Dutch Navy Frees Iranian Fishing Vessel View post tag: Frees View post tag: Naval View post tag: Iranian View post tag: fishing Share this article April 5, 2011 View post tag: Dutch Two Somali pirates were killed in an operation by the Dutch frigate HNLMS Tromp on Saturday morning…(rnw)[mappress]Source: rnw, April 5, 2011; View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today Dutch Navy Frees Iranian Fishing Vessel View post tag: vessel
Italy has complained over the UK’s use of voluntary colour-coded food labels, claiming the system is discriminatory.The European Commission’s Competitiveness Council said last week that the launch of a voluntary “traffic light” nutrition labelling system in the UK had “triggered vivid reactions” from EU economic operators.It added Italy had “requested discussion” of this point concerning the “alleged discriminatory and negative effect” of the system.Additionally, on 18 February 2014, the European Association of Craft, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (UEAPME), wrote to representatives ahead of the Commission meeting in Brussels. It claimed the labels “seriously hinder the free movement of food products within the European internal market”, adding food exports from EU countries towards the UK could decrease by up to 12%.Citing a market survey by The Co-operative, it said “some 40% of women and almost a third (30%) of men” say “red” traffic lights have stopped them purchasing a product because it contained too much fat, salt or sugar.Introduced last June, the UK’s traffic light system uses red, amber and green front-of-pack colour coding to show consumers salt, sugar, fat and calorie levels, alongside EU-mandated Reference Intakes.According to the Department of Health (DOH), the new recommendation was based on “over 11 years of research” to identify a label that consumers can use at a glance to identify healthier choices.
Returning to Denver, CO for the sixth straight year, the exciting Spread The Word Music Festival has just announced their lineup for the upcoming 2018 event. Taking place from May 11th through the 13th at the Fox Street Compound, the festival will see a headlining performance from the the Jeff Austin Band (former leader of Yonder Mountain String Band), A-Mac & The Height (2 shows), Bass Physics, another headliner TBA, as well as a late-night Everyone Orchestra conducted by Matt Butler at Cervantes.The full billing includes Tatanka, Skydyed, Eminence Ensemble, Grant farm, Great American Taxi, Evanoff, Cycles, Tnertle, Lucid Vision, Whitewater Ramble, Dead Floyd, Rastasaurus, The Sweet Lillies. Aaron Bordas, Spectacle, Mikey Thunder, Trufeelz, Homepage Spaceship, and so many more! Check out the full lineup below, and head to the festival’s official website for more information.
Elsewhere, Arsenal host relegated Aston Villa, Norwich travel to Everton and West Brom take on Liverpool.Sunderland round off a nerve-shredding campaign away to Watford. Champions Leicester travel to last year’s competition winners Chelsea.The race for fourth place is still alive as Manchester United host Bournemouth and Manchester City – who are currently in 4th place – go to Swansea.Shane Long’s Southampton continue the push for European places as they host Crystal Palace, while Stoke will look to put a dent in West Ham’s European ambitions at teh Britannia Stadium.
The Blues are the Stanley Cup champions.St. Louis took down the Bruins 4-1 in Game 7 on Wednesday to earn the first Stanley Cup title in franchise history. What happened to Pastrnak?When the season started there might not have been a more talked about young player in the NHL than David Pastrnak. The 23-year-old lit up the net at the beginning of the year and couldn’t be stopped from putting points up.But in these playoffs he had some serious struggles, as did all of the Bruins’ top line. That line was possibly the best in the NHL all season long, but it went through big stretches in the NHL playoffs where it didn’t do what it needed to, especially in five-on-five situations.In Game 7, Pastrnak drove home the point of his disappointing run by whiffing on three separate shots in the first period. Maybe Binnington would have stopped them, maybe he wouldn’t have. But it’s a lot harder to stop 15 shots in a period than it is to stop 12 and Pastrnak came up empty when his team needed him to make a statement. It wasn’t a great showing from the youngster.David Pastrnak Whiffs on the Puck Count: 3— Stephen Whyno (@SWhyno) June 13, 2019 Stanley Cup Final 2019: Blues GM exchanges words with Bruins’ ice crew A late shot from Matt Grzelcyk snuck in the corner to ruin the shutout but at that point it was too late. The Blues were the champs.Here are three takeaways from Game 7The easiest takeaway ever writtenIf there is no Binnington, the Blues trade Ryan O’Reilly. If there’s no Binnington, St. Louis has a top-10 pick in the NHL Draft. If there is no Binny, the Missouri team may have finished where it sat in January — in dead last. But unfortunately for the Bruins, there is Binnington and now the Stanley Cup is bound for St. Louis.The rookie goalie was absolutely phenomenal in Game 7. He stood on his head in the first period stopping all 12 shots he faced, including several which made virtually no sense.Yeah, @binnnasty came to play in #Game7 . #StanleyCup🇺🇸📺: https://t.co/x1v5IP9RaP @nbc🇨🇦📺: https://t.co/Ru1tdgCszT @Sportsnet pic.twitter.com/jNWUfR16xw— NHL (@NHL) June 13, 2019And he did all of this while his teammates were neither getting shots on goal nor giving him any help as they had several bad turnovers in the first period, as well. But that didn’t matter because he’s made of nails. Binnington held his ground long enough to give his teammates a chance and they thanked him with two late goals in the period.Those goals helped Binnington become the first-ever rookie goalie to win 16 playoff games in a single season. Binnington might be the best thing to ever happen to the Blues.A problem re-emergesBinnington also forced the Bruins into some old bad habits in Game 7. Because of the amazing stops he continually made in the first period, Boston looked like it was getting skittish.As a result, it started doing the one thing a team can’t do against an incredibly physical team like St. Louis — it started over passing again. Multiple times in the second period, Boston had chances to shoot but it didn’t take them. In one moment in particular, Brad Marchand had an open lane to the net and just didn’t pull the trigger.To steal an old saying: “You can’t win unless you score.” The Bruins didn’t score in those first two periods, and a big reason they didn’t score in the second was because they often wouldn’t shoot. And, while this was a dominating score well out of reach of the Bruins, this game was all about Jordan Binnington.The rookie goalie saw 32 shots and stopped 33 of them. Related News
More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Embed Code Welcome to the latest episode of Hot Takedown, FiveThirtyEight’s sports podcast. On this week’s show (Mar. 28, 2017), we preview the Final Four in the men’s and women’s NCAA tournaments. Next, is Colin Kaepernick being blackballed by the NFL? We investigate. Finally, we preview the American League and ponder who might take down the Red Sox, Indians and Astros. Plus, a significant digit on the Oakland Raiders’ upcoming move to Las Vegas.As promised, a photographic throwback to Kate Fagan’s days as a professional basketball player for the Colorado Chill.In the aftermath of the latest round of the men’s NCAA tournament, Neil explained why this year’s Final Four is built on defense.ESPN notes that the men’s Final Four is full of unfamiliar faces this year.FiveThirtyEight’s Benjamin Morris says UConn’s path to perfection has become much easier.ESPN’s Dan Graziano argues that no matter which side of the Colin Kaepernick debate you’re on, you’re wrong.Check out FiveThirtyEight’s chats previewing the AL East, AL Central and AL West.Significant Digit: $750 million, the public subsidy that was offered to the Oakland Raiders to move to Las Vegas. According to The New York Times, Las Vegas politicians raised taxes to supply this new funding. FiveThirtyEight
Posted: May 25, 2018 Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Allie Wagner, Walkabout Australia exhibit opens at Sam Diego Zoo Safari Park 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsThe San Diego Zoo Safari Park is famous for its expansive habitats featuring African and Asian species – the all-new Walkabout Australia gives park guests a view into a new region of the world with interesting and unique species.The immersive 3.6-acre Walkabout Australia habitat, representing Australia’s rural landscapes, opens summer 2018!The Walkabout Australia experience offers the opportunity for up close animal interactions with unique species like kangaroo, wallaby and wombats.These unique opportunities are similar to experiences offered by zoos in Australia and are a key part of their work to engage local communities in species preservation.Included in Walkabout are habitats for two endangered animal species, the southern cassowary and the Matschie’s tree kangaroo. Both are unique and beautiful species threatened by loss of habitat.Both species are new to the Safari Park and form part of a national effort to create sustainable insurance populations of this species under human care.Walkabout Australia takes guests through four different type of Australian habitats: grassland, rain forest, wetlands and desert.Features animals include western gray kangaroos, red-necked wallabies, brush turkeys, radjah shelducks, freckled ducks, magpie geese, double-wattled cassowaries, Matschie’s tree kangaroos, kookaburras, red-breasted cockatoos, echidnas, sugar gliders and wombats.A pathway, with no barriers, will lead guests through an expansive grassland, home to a large group of Western gray kangaroos and red-necked wallabies. The kangaroo and wallabies may come right up and interact with guests! Allie Wagner May 25, 2018