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Wellington brothel closed by bylaw

first_imgDominion Post 12 March 2013Complaints from neighbours prompted the closure of a clandestine brothel operating from an inner-city Wellington apartment – but only because it breached “work-from-home” rules. Up to 20 prostitutes worked around the clock from the brothel in an apartment on The Terrace. After neighbours complained to Wellington City Council about strange sounds, and clients knocking on the wrong doors, the council shut it down. However,  the 1 Night Stands escort agency – whose website boasts of being located “in the central city amongst a very discreet residential area” – has merely moved down the street. The closure was ordered in November despite Wellington having no bylaws restricting the operation of brothels out of residential properties. But any business operating from a residential property must have no more than three people working from the building at any time, and at least one of them must live there. The business breached both those conditions, council spokesman Richard MacLean said.The apartment is part of a block of townhouses that share a parking area. One neighbour said they had been plagued by strange men accidentally knocking on the wrong door, and the sound of “sexual noises. We heard everything.”http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/8411120/Work-from-home-laws-trip-up-brothellast_img read more

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Haaland bags 20-minute hat-trick on Dortmund debut

first_img Loading… The 19-year-old showed why Dortmund paid Salzburg 20 million euros ($22 million) for him last month when he came on early in the second half with his team 3-1 down. Norwegian rising star Erling Braut Haaland came off the bench to claim a hat-trick inside 20 minutes on his Borussia Dortmund debut and inspire a 5-3 comeback win at Augsburg in the Bundesliga on Saturday.Advertisement Read Also: EPL: Solskjaer reacts to Man Utd missing out on HaalandHaving already scored 28 goals in 22 games for Salzburg this season, the teenager needed just three minutes to open his Dortmund account, then added two more in quick succession.It was his sixth hat-trick of the campaign.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Playing Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body9 Most Epic Movie Robots We’ve Ever Seen8 Most Interesting Sylvester Stallone MoviesThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise YouBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Themlast_img read more

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Bruno Fernandes wins Man of The Match Award after Wolves draw

first_img Although the Reds did not break the visitors down, the 25-year-old showed some of his qualities in a couple of different positions in midfield, managing a number of positive passes and testing Rui Patricio in the Wolves goal, a keeper he knows very well from his time at Sporting Lisbon and Portugal. Bruno had five shots, more than anybody else on the pitch, and also the highest amount of overall passes (88) and passes in the opposing half (70), highlighting his influence.Advertisement Bruno Fernandes made an instant impression on the Manchester United fans after being voted our Man of the Match on his debut in the 0-0 draw with Wolves. The Opta statistics also showed he was involved in 24 duels, again the most of anybody on the field, and nine more than his closest team-mate (current Player-of-the-Month Fred). Showing defensive aptitude, he surprisingly made more clearances than any of his colleagues (3) and also picked up a yellow card. For the first time, supporters could opt for any of the Reds involved on the day, rather than the three nominees from the MUTV studio. The new innovation led to more votes in total but Bruno was a clear winner, ahead of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Fred. Loading… center_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The World10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Yearlast_img read more

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Texas chemical plant blasts lead to evacuation order

first_imgThree employees were reportedlyinjured in the initial explosion.  WASHINGTON – Around 60,000 people havebeen evacuated from the area surrounding Port Neches in Texas, United Statesafter a series of huge explosions at a chemical plant. It is not yet known what caused theblast, which was felt 30 miles. The first blast at 01:00 local time(07:00 GMT) on Wednesday was followed by a series of secondary explosions.      The plant processes petrochemicalswhich are used to make rubber and resins. According to the company’s website,it can produce 408,233 tons of chemicals.(BBC) The mandatory evacuation zone covers a6.4-km (4 mile) radius of the facility, including the towns of Port Neches,Groves, parts of nearby Nederland and Port Arthur. Around 60,000 people have been evacuated from the area surrounding Port Neches in Texas, United States after a series of huge explosions at a chemical plant. BBC last_img read more

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Vickie L. Bishop

first_imgVickie L. Bishop, 68, of Versailles, Indiana, passed away Monday, May 11, 2020, in Versailles, Indiana.She was born April 12, 1952 in Batesville, IN, daughter of the late Charles Kenneth Gullion and Ruby (Johnson) Gullion.Vickie worked as a nurses aid for Three Rivers, Shady Nook and Silver Bell.She attended the Church of Christ in Madison and North Vernon, Indiana.Vickie enjoyed dancing, listening to music and playing games on her phone. In her younger years she loved to fish with Zeke. She will be greatly missed by her loving family and her faithful dog, Shagg.Vickie is survived by her children, Deanna Bishop of Aurora, IN, Jerrold (Sherry) Bishop of Holton, IN, Michael (Shaye) Bishop of Lawrenceburg, IN, Lee (Mary Sutton) Bishop of Aurora, IN; siblings, Beverly Harrell of Lawrenceburg, IN, Tammy Barrett of Versailles, IN, Chuck (Kim) Gullion of Holton, IN; Grandchildren, Kendra, Devin, Haley, Jordan, Jacob, Dakota, Dillon and Kera Bishop; great-grandchild, Dior Bishop.She was preceded in death by parents; her loving husband, Iseral “Zeke” Bishop; and a brother, Kenny “Bub” Gullion.Private visitation will be Friday, May 15, 2020, at Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Graveside Services will be held at Holton Cemetery, 7171 West Versailles Street, Friday May 15, 2020 at 1:45 pm with Brother Gary Sandusky officiating.Contributions may be made to defray the Funeral Expenses. Please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Due to the current situation dealing with COVID-19, we are following the directives from Governor Holcomb and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concerning large events and mass gatherings. The family deeply appreciates the support and love shown from friends, but the health and well being of everyone in our community is of top priority.Alternative ways to express your condolences can be done by going online at our website and leaving the family a message, sending a card, flowers, or making a donation in memory of their loved one.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

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Eagles Are EM Champions!

first_img Board notes better security – March 8, 2014 This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Baseball roundup – May 22, 2013 MCMH Breast Cancer Events Scheduled – October 8, 2012 archivedThis post is from the archives of The Ellsworth American, Mount Desert Islander and fenceviewer.com. Latest posts by archived (see all) ELLSWORTH — Junior midfielder Nick Holt took a pass at the 18-yard line, beat a pair of Camden Hills defenders and lined a shot into the goal with 2 minutes and 44 seconds left to play, lifting the Ellsworth Eagles to a 3-2 win over the Camden Hills last_img

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Update on the latest in sports:

first_imgIn other news involving the pandemic:— USA Rugby has decided to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy because its financial woes have been exacerbated by the coronavirus shutdown. USA Rugby has been in financial strife since 2018. A recent attempt to restructure was set back this month when it had to suspend all activities indefinitely in the face of the pandemic.NBA-CELTICS-SMARTSmart says he’s been clearedBOSTON (AP) — Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart says he has been cleared by medical officials after testing positive for the new coronavirus earlier this month. March 31, 2020 Associated Press Sale has elbow surgeryBOSTON (AP) — The Boston Red Sox say starting pitcher Chris Sale has undergone successful Tommy John surgery.Sale is expected to miss 14-15 months, which would bring him back in the middle of the 2021 season.The Red Sox said during training camp that he had a flexor strain near the elbow, but the team hoped he would avoid ligament replacement surgery.The seven-time All-Star is 109-73 in 10 major league seasons and entering the second season of a six-year, $160 million contract. He comes off his worst season as a full-time starter, going 6-11 with a 4.40 ERA in 25 starts. BOXING-SAUNDERS-LICENSE SUSPENDEDBritish boxer has license suspended over video commentsCARDIFF, Wales (AP) — British boxer Billy Joe Saunders had his boxing license suspended Monday after publishing a social media video in which he appeared to condone domestic violence amid the coronavirus outbreak.The WBO super-middleweight champion filmed himself working out and offered men advice on how to hit their female partners during the lockdown.The British Boxing Board of Control says it investigated Saunders’ comments and decided to suspend his license under the regulations for misconduct.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Elsewhere in the NFL:— Free-agent punter Sam Martin has signed a three-year, $7 million package with the Broncos. Martin has averaged 46 yards per punt with a 40.9-yard net average, 38 touchbacks and 175 punts inside the 20-yard line during his seven NFL seasons.— The Steelers have signed three XFL players, giving one-year deals to defensive end Dewayne Hendrix, safety Tyree Kinnel and linebacker/long snapper Christian Kuntz. All three played in the startup league that suspended operations earlier this month because of the COVID-19 pandemic.— Receiver Darius Jennings has signed a contract with the Chargers after spending the last two seasons with the Titans. Jennings led the league in kick return average in 2018 and had a 94-yard return for a touchdown against Miami. Jennings appeared in eight games for Tennessee last year before becoming a restricted free agent.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-NBA Smart posted a message on Twitter saying he was informed of the news Friday by the Massachusetts Department of Health. He thanked everyone for their support.Boston played the Utah Jazz on March 6. Five days later, Jazz All-Star Rudy Gobert announced he had tested positive for COVID-19, triggering rolling shutdowns of sports around the world.Smart had been in isolation since testing positive on March 19 and was being monitored by Celtics medical staff. His teammates, coaches and staff members were also tested, but those tests have come back negative.NFL-NEWSReid promotes probe, re-vote over post-ballot changes to CBA Update on the latest in sports: NCAA-SPRING ELIGIBILITYNCAA adds another year of eligibility for spring athletesUNDATED (AP) — The NCAA will permit spring sport athletes who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus outbreak to have an additional year of eligibility.The NCAA Division I Council has voted to give college athletes who compete in spring sports such as baseball, softball and lacrosse a way to get back the season they lost. However, the council did not guarantee financial aid. Winter sports were not included in the decision.The amount of scholarship money available to each athlete will be determined by the athlete’s school. Roster limits will be adjusted to fit returning athletes along with incoming freshman.center_img Michigan forward Isaiah Livers is applying for early entry into the NBA draft. However, the school says Livers is not hiring an agent and will work with the Michigan coaching staff during the evaluation and pre-draft processes. Even if a player does use an agent during the evaluation process, he can return to school without losing eligibility if he ends the relationship with the agent. Livers has started 46 games in three seasons at Michigan.He led the Wolverines in scoring this season at 12.9 points per game, although he was limited to 21 games because of injury problems.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-MICHIGAN STATE-SEXUAL ASSAULTWoman wants Michigan AG to investigate sexual assault accusation against MSU playerEAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A woman who said she was sexually assaulted by a Michigan State basketball player is asking the Michigan attorney general’s office to investigate, according to a published report. More players eyeing NBA draftUNDATED (AP) — Two more high-profile college basketball players are leaving campus early, while two are giving it strong consideration.Mississippi State forward Reggie Perry has entered the NBA draft. The 6-foot-10, 250-pound sophomore was selected as The Associated Press co-Southeastern Conference player of the year after ranking in the top 10 of several conference categories. Perry led the SEC in rebounds last season with 10.1 per game, ranked sixth in scoring at 17.4 points and ninth in blocks with 1.2.Arizona State junior point guard Remy Martin has declared for the draft, saying he’s decided to take another step into making his dream a reality. Martin led the Sun Devils with 19.1 points. 4.1 assists and 3.1 rebounds in 2019-20, putting them on the cusp of a third straight NCAA Tournament appearance before the college basketball postseason was halted by the coronavirus. He was named first team all-Pac-12 by The Associated Press.Minnesota’s Marcus Carr has announced on Instagram that he will declare his early entry for the NBA draft. Carr says he intends to keep his name in the draft, but says he will not sign with an agent in order to maintain his college eligibility. Carr averaged 15.4 points, 6.7 assists, 5.3 rebounds and 36.8 minutes for the Gophers. VIRUS OUTBREAK-NATIONAL TENNIS CENTERNational Tennis Center aiding coronavirus battleNEW YORK (AP) — The site of the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York is going to be used for 350 temporary hospital beds and to prepare food packages during the coronavirus pandemic.U.S. Tennis Association spokesman Chris Widmaier says an area that houses indoor courts at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows will begin to be converted into a medical facility starting Tuesday.New York state and city officials are trying to increase hospital capacity by up to 87,000 beds to handle the outbreak. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditTOKYO OLYMPICSTokyo Olympics rescheduledUNDATED (AP) — Tokyo Olympics organizers have rescheduled the Summer Games that were postponed last week by the coronavirus. UNDATED (AP) — Free agent safety Eric Reid wants the NFL’s new collective bargaining agreement invalidated over language added following ratification of the pact earlier this month.He is calling for an investigation and a re-vote.In a letter to the NFLPA on Monday, Reid’s lawyers said language posted on the players association’s website after passage of the agreement by a 1,019-959 vote on March 15 contains different language than the one players signed off on.The letter highlights a difference in wording in the section about the league’s disability plan that affects hundreds, and potentially thousands, of ex-players who applied for Social Security disability insurance payments before Jan. 1, 2015. In the version the players received and approved, those offsets applied only to players who applied after Jan. 1, 2015.The new CBA is set to begin with the upcoming 2020 season and extend through 2030. Organizers say the opening ceremony will take place on July 23, 2021, almost one year to the day the games originally were due to begin. There had been talk of switching the Olympics to spring, a move that would coincide with the blooming of Japan’s famous cherry blossoms. But it would have clashed with European soccer and North American sports leagues.The new Olympic dates conflict with the scheduled world championships in track and swimming, but those events are now expected to also be pushed back. All sports federations involved in the Olympics signed off on the new dates.The governing body of track and field says it supports the new dates for the Tokyo Olympics and is working with organizers in Eugene, Oregon, to move its world championships to 2022.In other Olympic news:— Tokyo Olympic Committee CEO Toshiro Muto is promising transparency in calculating the costs of reschedule the Olympic Games. Katsuhiro Miyamoto, an emeritus professor of sports economics at Kansai University, puts the costs as high as $4 billion. That would cover the price of maintaining stadiums, refitting them, paying rentals, penalties and other expenses. Japan is officially spending $12.6 billion to organize the Olympics. However, an audit bureau of the Japanese government says the costs are twice that much. All of the spending is public money except $5.6 billion from a privately funded operating budget. Citing a police report and emails obtained through a public records request, ESPN is reporting that Michigan State University police told prosecutors they had probable cause that sophomore guard Brock Washington raped the woman on Jan. 19 while she was too intoxicated to consent. Police referred the case to county prosecutors, who declined to file charges this month.An MSU police spokesman told ESPN on Monday that the attorney general’s office requested the case file and the department was cooperating.After a loss at Indiana on Jan. 23, coach Tom Izzo told reporters that Washington had been suspended. He did not elaborate.Washington did not play again this season. He played a total of 19 minutes this season before the suspension.MLB-RED SOX-SALElast_img read more

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Girls golf Mustangs, Lakers vie for league honors

first_imgCBA would finish at 452 to claim the team title ahead of the 481 from Marcellus. Skaneateles finished at 538 as Lili Winkelman led the Lakers, shooting a 130 to finish alone in ninth place.Westhill had a head-to-head match with CBA and lost, 220-281, to the Brothers, with Julianne Bleskoski shooting a 65, well back of the 48 from Mills and 52 from Annie Kilmartin. Charlotte Roth had a 71, ahead of Grace McMahon (72) and Hannah Johnson (73).West Genesee still had some SCAC Metro division matches left, facing Liverpool last Wednesday and taking a 183-231 defeat to the Warriors at Westvale. Mikaela Riley had a 45 for the Wildcats, behind the 40 by the Warriors’ Natalya Avotins and the 41 by Mia Avotins. After waiting out more rain early last week, area high school girls golf teams were able to complete their regular seasons and then turn their attention to post-season action.Going first was various Onondaga High School League teams at Woodcrest Country Club last Wednesday afternoon, with Marcellus finishing second and Skaneateles taking third place.The Mustangs had Grace Alexander and Kendall Koloski each contend for individual honors, both shooting 105 for 18 holes. They tied for second place, two shots behind the 103 by Christian Brothers Academy’s Aubrey Mills. Then, on Friday, WG lost to Baldwinsville 210-229. Riley did shoot the low round of 46, but the next-best Wildcats total was a 59 by Chrissy Van Allen as Collen Vredenburg (47), Margaret Dec (50) and Cara Vredenburg (52) led the Bees.In boys golf, Marcellus tore up Solvay 194-326 at Pine Grove on Thursday, seeing Shawn Colella blaze to a season-best 31. David Bosak shot a 37, with Patrick Morocco adding a 39 as John White had a 41 and Justin Schoeneck had a 46.Bishop Ludden shot 246 last Wednesday to finish ahead of Solvay (332) and Weedsport (292). Dan Cacchione shot a 39 for the Gaelic Knights as Noah Kerwin had a 45 and Nico Santone added a 48. Brendan Smith shot a 59 for the Bearcats.Jordan-Elbridge prevailed 228-237 over Bishop Grimes on Friday afternoon. Thought the Cobras’ Anthony Falgiatano had a 34, the Eagles countered with a 41 from Jeremy Melfi and a 42 from Josh Kuchinski. Maddie Green had a 46, with Zach Lipton, David Hearn and Colin Jewsbury each shooting 47.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story center_img Tags: GolfMarcellusskaneatelesWest GeneseeWesthilllast_img read more

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Patience bears fruit for Imatorbhebhe

first_imgIf patience is a virtue, then USC redshirt freshman tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhe is as virtuous as they come.It was a moment 665 days in the making. It was a dream that traveled a total of 2768 miles — from Suwanee, Georgia to Gainesville, Florida to Los Angeles, California — in order to be realized.It was a first-and-10 play on a Saturday afternoon against Colorado at the Coliseum when USC redshirt freshman quarterback Sam Darnold heaved a 32-yard touchdown pass to a diving Imatorbhebhe. On Oct. 8, it was a dream realized; it was Imatorbhebhe’s first collegiate touchdown.“I was so grateful I was able to come down with the catch, and when I got up, I just thought, ‘God, thank you, the glory is yours — yours alone,’” Imatorbhebhe said. “I wasn’t surprised or anything that it happened, but I was mostly happy about the fact that it put us up early in a big game like that.”Imatorbhebhe’s journey to crossing the goal line for the Trojans began on Dec. 16, 2014, when he signed to play college football for the University of Florida. Less than one year later, Imatorbhebhe found himself across the nation at USC after transferring from Florida. After joining the Trojans last fall, Imatorbhebhe patience would begin to be tested, as he was forced to sit out and redshirt his freshman season due to NCAA transfer policies.“There’s a lot of mental gymnastics you have to go through [when sitting out an entire season], because you’re grinding every day and you don’t even get the chance to put pads on on game day,” Imatorbhebhe said. “I felt like I grew so much waiting during that redshirt year … I think it’s like when photos have to develop in that dark room first, because if they don’t then they won’t be ready when that light hits them — that’s kind of how I looked at my freshman year sitting out.”Imatorbhebhe’s allegiance and shift westward to USC goes beyond opportunity on the field — it runs in his blood. Imatorbhebhe’s younger brother, Josh, is a freshman wide receiver for the Trojans.“[Josh’s] such a dynamic athlete, the stuff he can do on the field is baffling. Pretty much everything he can do well, I struggle with,” said Imatorbhebhe regarding the on-field abilities of his younger brother. “It’s been cool watching him grow both on the field, and off of the field as a man. It’s pretty much like just me and him taking care of ourselves out here in college now.”Over its past four games, USC has reaped the benefits of Imatorbhebhe’s toil during his glamor-less redshirt season last fall. Beginning with Colorado, Imatorbhebhe caught a touchdown reception in three consecutive games through Oct. 22 (the others being against Arizona and Cal) for the Trojans. Against Oregon, Imatorbhebhe reeled in a deflected pass to complete a difficult 37-yard reception for the Trojans that preserved what would be a scoring drive for USC in its conference win over the Ducks.“All last year as a redshirt, he was just one of those guys who would be staying and working after practice, always putting in voluntary time in the weight room … he’s a young man who is really maturing and developing into something special,” said USC offensive coordinator Tee Martin. “You couldn’t ask for a better young man. He’s very committed to his faith. He keeps working at his craft.”The 6-foot-4, 240-pound Imatorbhebhe is not difficult to spot during practice at Howard-Jones Field, let alone amongst the general population of USC. While his size — even as a redshirt freshman — may be one of his greatest assets on the field, he credits his successes elsewhere; more specifically, he looks upward.With his personal Instagram account filled with quotations of scripture from the Bible, and with a constant burden on his heart to “give glory where glory is due,” Imatorbhebhe accredits his work both on and off the field to a being which he believes to be more powerful and capable than he is.As USC enters a pivotal three-game sprint to the conclusion of the 2016 season, it will look for continued offensive production from its tight end corps — with Imatorbhebhe as a spark plug.“As a team, I want us to be brothers who would lay down our lives for each other,” he said. “If we have that bond, nobody will be able to tear us apart, and as a result, nobody will be able to beat us … I feel like we’re on our way there right now.”last_img read more

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Medeama SC appoints Van der Pluym as new head coach

first_imgDutchman Hans Van der Pluym has been appointed the new head coach of MTN FA Cup finalists Medeama SC.According to sources, Van der Pluym had been targeted by the Tarkwa-based team from the moment it became clear that his contract with Berekum Chelsea was not going to be renewed.Van der Pluym led Berekum Chelsea to second place in the just ended Glo Premier League season, taking over as head coach after originally starting the season as the club’s technical director.Van der Pluym led Berekum Chelsea to the group stages of the 2012 CAF Champions League and has also worked with Heart of Lions and Gomoa Fetteh Feyernoord.last_img

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