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  • The Masters: Shots of the day from third round at Augusta National | Golf News

    first_imgDustin Johnson holds a four-shot lead after 54 holes at The Masters and is favourite to claim a second major title; Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed and Shane Lowry all feature in the top shots from day three at Augusta National By Ali StaffordLast Updated: 14/11/20 11:53pm 3:54 – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Take a look at the best shots from the third day of The 84th Masters at Augusta National A bunker hole-out from Rory McIlroy lifted the world No 5 inside the top 10 and Shane Lowry also chipped in from off the putting surface, while Abraham Ancer and Justin Thomas produced impressive approaches into the par-four 11th. – Advertisement – Take a look at the best shots from the third day of The 84th Masters at Augusta National Hole-outs, ridiculous iron play and some monster putts all feature in the top shots from an entertaining third day at The Masters.Dustin Johnson pulled clear of the field with a brilliant bogey-free 65 in the third round at Augusta National, with a stunning approach setting up a tap-in eagle at the second and a 40-foot birdie putt at the fourth helping him quickly move ahead.Johnson flicked a wedge to kick-in range at the seventh and showed off more short-game magic to open up a four-shot advantage, while Sungjae Im, who is one of his closest challengers, chipped in from off the 11th green on his way to a third-round 68. – Advertisement – The Masters – Live November 15, 2020, 3:00pmLive on Rickie Fowler holed out from an unusual spot at the seventh and Bernhard Langer continued to roll back the years by draining a 63-footer at the 16th, with Charl Schwartzel, Patrick Reed, Justin Rose and Lee Westwood among the others to feature in the day’s best efforts! Dustin Johnson equalled the 54-hole record at Augusta National by getting to 16 under Dustin Johnson equalled the 54-hole record at Augusta National by getting to 16 underDustin Johnson equalled the 54-hole record at Augusta National by getting to 16 under Dustin Johnson equalled the 54-hole record at Augusta National by getting to 16 under Click on the video above to see the top shots from the third round of The Masters! Watch the final round of The Masters live on Sunday on Sky Sports. Live coverage begins with ‘Live from The Masters’ from 2pm, ahead of full coverage from 3pm on Sky Sports The Masters, with bonus feeds available via the red button. Get Sky Sports Golf for just £10 a month All four days of The Masters exclusively live. Get our £10 golf offer. Find out more here. last_img read more

  • A total of 92 applications were received for the competition for the election and appointment of the director of the CNTB representative offices

    first_imgThe members of the Tourist Board were presented with the status of applications for the competition for the selection and appointment of the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in seven markets, ie in Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Sweden, Hungary, Slovakia and China.The tender was announced on April 11, 2018 and was open until April 26, 2018, and within the specified deadline, a total of 92 applications. The greatest interest was expressed for the Austrian market (19 applications) and for the Slovenian market (14 applications) and the Slovak market (14 applications).A detailed processing of all received candidatures and verification of compliance with the formal requirements of the competition is underway. Upon completion of the processing, a special commission in charge of conducting the selection procedure will meet, which is appointed in the following composition: the President of the Commission is appointed Barbara Mesić, Chief Advisor to the Minister of Tourism, and the members of the Commission are the Director of the CNTB Kristjan Staničić, representatives of the Tourist Board of the CNTB Boris Žgomba, Tomislav Fain i Marcel Medak and professor Dragan Magas who is a member as an external collaborator.The following directors of the representative office were appointed to new mandates in September last year:Nera Miličić for Germany (head of the Munich branch office)Viviana Vukelic for Italy (also covers the Spanish market)Agnieszka Anna Puszczewicz for PolandRomeo Draghicchio for Germany (re-election)Danijela Mihalic Djurica for France (re-election)Ivan Novak for Benelux (re-election)Ina Rodin for the USA (also covers the Canadian market) – (re-election)Rajko Ruzicka for Russia (covers Ukraine and other markets in the region) – (re-election)last_img read more

  • Villa Vulin was named the leading luxury boutique hotel in Croatia and Europe

    first_imgBritish LUX Life magazine as part of the Global Luxury Hotel & Spa award for 2018, he chose five-star hotel in Pula, Villa Vulin as the leading luxury hotel in Croatia.The Global Luxury Hotel & Spa Awards is designed to recognize companies, brands and individuals with a growing luxury hospitality industry – those who go above and beyond. “It is confirmed that only persistent work and uncompromising direction can achieve top results. He thanks his team for their commitment, because without teamwork we would not be what we are. In the class of our hotel, currently no posthat world award that we did not win. This is our gift to our beloved city of Pula”Proudly points out the owner and director of the hotel Vaso Vulin. By the way, the mentioned recognition is just another in a series for the Pula hotel Villa Vulin, because only last year it received a total of 10 recognitions and valuable awards. Among the most important is certainly the one from the International Hotel Awards 2017-2018 in London, where Villa Vulin was named the best small hotel in Europe, and the best small five-star hotel by Croatian standards, and the icing on the cake was at the Oscars in the hotel industry in St. Moritz.These are the biggest trophies so far, ie the recognition that a small hotel in the world has, points out Vaso Vulin and adds that he is very satisfied that all the work and effort after so many years has borne fruit. “It will be a beautiful legacy for my family, but also a great honor for our city, the whole of Istria and Croatia. At the same time, it is a great obligation to continue to maintain the quality of our service at a high level. ” says Vulin.But as we all know how often it is harder to maintain the same level of service and defend the title of best in a particular category, I was interested in what the “formula for success” is and how to maintain the same level of service. As Vaso Vulin points out, the magic formula for this success and keeping the service at a high level are personal limits, perseverance, striving for perfection, culture and the goal that every hotelier sets for himself. “One of the most important points I had was positioning and creating a brand, first of all in Croatia, and then in Europe and the world. And that requires hard work for at least three years, with a good knowledge of management. Of course, there is always the question of investment, not only material but also other aspects recognized by guests from around the world, but it must always be based on simple and “perfect” things. Whoever sets himself the priority of profit and earnings, will not go beyond his own threshold, such a philosophy is a utopia, these are just some of the elements that make magic, of course with the city itself which is beautiful, beaches, kindness, region, state .. “Vulin points out and adds that the key is the synergy of all tourist participants because everyone has to work together to achieve the result, because one man is not able to do everything alone.It is interesting how Vulin metaphorically described and set the whole story, like digging a mine. ” If we were to compare business to a mine, and that is certainly a mine, then I chose platinum, and I had to behave that way. Tracking all world trends, but not plagiarism but a focus on authenticity and uniqueness. “Says Vulin.By the way, Villa Vulin is the first facility with a high level of 5-star service in Pula, and the logical question is whether Pula is ready for accommodation at that high level as well as the content and offer for such demanding guests. According to Vulin, Pula certainly has a lot of potential, but above all it lacks such important synergies of all participants. ” Pula certainly has potential and a story that can attract guests of high purchasing power, but the results would be much better if the tourist boards, HGK, agencies and everyone else act united and enlarged because we all have the same goal, which is quality strategic tourism development. ” concludes Vulin.last_img read more

  • A fragile plan for London

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  • Minerva Gas lays keel for LNG newbuild at SHI

    first_imgImage courtesy of Minerva GasMinerva Gas, the Greek LNG carrier owner and operator, has made further progress with its newbuilding program.The company, on Monday, laid the keel for its LNG carrier newbuild, SN2304, at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyards in South Korea.The company noted in its emailed statement that the Minerva Kalymnos, a 174,000-cbm LNG carrier, is scheduled for delivery within early 2021. The vessel features a two-stroke X-DF propulsion and will be equipped with GTT’s Mark III Flex Plus containment system.This is the first of a series of LNG carriers Minerva Gas is building at SHI.To remind, earlier this month, Minerva Gas has laid the keel for one of its newbuild LNG carriers at the Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) yard in Geoje.The vessel, to be named Minerva Psara, will be capable of transporting up to 173,400 cubic meters of liquefied natural gas and is also set for delivery in early 2021.last_img read more

  • Psychologist who pioneered effects of divorce dies

    first_imgWashington Post 7 July 2012  Judith Wallerstein, psychologist who pioneered research on divorce, dies at 90 In 1970, preschool teachers asked Marin County, Calif., psychologist Judith Wallerstein how to deal with a rash of children who couldn’t sleep, cried constantly or were too aggressive with playmates. The common denominator, the teachers said, was that the parents were divorcing. Dr. Wallerstein looked for research on the issue and, finding nothing useful, decided to conduct her own. She launched what would become a 25-year investigation, producing alarming findings that made her, a long-married grandmother of five, a polarizing figure in a contentious national debate.Once described by Time magazine as the “godmother of the backlash against divorce,” Dr. Wallerstein died June 18 in the Bay Area city of Piedmont, Calif., after surgery for an intestinal blockage, said her daughter Amy Wallerstein Friedman. She was 90.  When Dr. Wallerstein began looking at the effects of divorce, she thought the children’s difficulties would be fleeting. Instead, she found that for half of the 131 children she studied, time did not heal their wounds but allowed them to fester, creating “worried, under-achieving, self-deprecating and sometimes angry young men and women” who, not surprisingly, struggled considerably with romantic relationships.In light of this delayed effect, Dr. Wallerstein came to a controversial conclusion: If parents could swallow their misery, they should stay together for their kids. “What in many instances may be the best thing for the parents may by no means be the best thing for the children,” she told Newsday in 1994. “It is a real moral problem.” read more

  • Five things that Brave New World got terrifyingly right

    first_imgThe Telegraph 25 November 20131) The tyranny of “happiness” 2) Drugging the populaceThe people of Brave New World are kept chilled with a drug called soma. Described as having “all of the advantages of Christianity and alcohol [and] none of their defects”, it’s a psychoactive drug that induces feelings of calm, thus negating any need to discover and potentially tackle the true source of one’s sorrow. Soma subdues all “malice and bad tempers”. Modern society uses antidepressants in a disturbingly similar way. This week a report discovered that prescriptions for antidepressants have “surged across the rich world”. A British psychiatrist is worried that antidepressants are being dished out not to combat serious depression but merely to “get rid of unhappiness”. Ritalin use among children has “soared” in Britain, as parents and doctors take to drugging kids who seem overly pesky. As in Brave New World, we prefer to supress “malice and bad tempers” with drugs rather than ask what travails might lie behind such emotions and how they might be addressed.3) The fashion for euthanasiaIn Brave New World, death is celebrated. Most of those who reach 60, and become economically useless, are euthanised. Hearses are “gaily coloured”. People are sent to die in comfortable, primrose-coloured apartment blocks, which are “alive with gay synthetic melodies” and where there’s a TV at the foot of every bed. Today, people aren’t euthanised en masse, of course, but there is a fashion for euthanasia, or what we must now bizarrely call “the right to die”, particularly in liberal-leaning circles. The bright, gay death centres of Brave New World find their equivalent in the euthanasia clinics of modern Europe, where one can request a “good death” in comfortable surroundings if one is suffering from a terminal illness or, in the case of Belgium, simply from depression. Baroness Warnock has said elderly people should ask themselves if they have a “duty to die”, because “if you are demented… you are wasting the resources of the NHS”. A Times columnist recently said we should legalise voluntary euthanasia in order to address society’s “unaffordable explosion in dementia and age-related illness”. That isn’t a million miles from Brave New World’s use of euthanasia to limit the number of resource-sucking sick people and keep the economy healthy.4) Malthusian miserabilism5) Bashing the familyIn Brave New World, promiscuity is encouraged and family life is frowned upon. The family is viewed as a drain on people’s creativity. Having a family demands “a narrow channelling of impulse and energy”, officials insist, as they mock “the frictions of tightly packed [family] life, reeking with emotion”. Today, too, the family is sneered at. Feminists depict it as a site of abuse, especially of women and children; bookshop shelves creak with misery memoirs about wicked mothers and violent fathers; Cameron complains of Britain’s thousands of “chaotic families”, who apparently need state guidance. The number of people across the globe who live alone rather than as part of a family unit has “skyrocketed”, rising from 153 million in 1996 to 280 million today. As in Brave New World, today not only are we surrounded by misanthropy, authoritarianism and emotion-modifying drugs in public life, but even that once quiet, private sphere of family life, that old heart in a heartless world, is being thoroughly undermined. read more

  • Petrol bombs and water cannon amid HK clashes

    first_imgThe violencebroke out after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators marched, despite beingdenied a police permit. HONKONG –Police in in this country have u sed water cannon and tear gas againstprotesters throwing petrol bombs and bricks near government offices in thecity. Scuffles alsobroke out later between rival protesters around the city. Earlier hundreds rallied outside the British Consulate, demanding the UK press China to maintain freedoms guaranteed during the 1997 handover. (BBC) Some protesters threw petrol bombs as violence broke out near government offices in Hong Kong on Sept. 16, 2019. REUTERSlast_img read more

  • 29-year-old man ‘shoots’ self dead

    first_imgThe 29-year-old resident, whose name was withheld by Panay News due to the request of his family, was believed to have committed suicide by shooting himself on the head using a .38 revolver, police said. BACOLOD City – A man was found dead inside their house in Barangay Mandalagan. The man’s lifeless body was found by his elder brother in the former’s room around 6:05 p.m. on May 27, a police report showed. The man’s body was brought to a local mortuary for a “post-mortem” examination.center_img Prior to discovering the man’s cadaver, the elder brother heard an alleged gunshot around 5 p.m. the same day but did not mind it as he believed it came from outside of their house, it added. Officers of Police Station 3 have yet to rule out foul play in the incident./PNlast_img read more

  • St. Louis vs. St Nicholas Girls Basketball Results

    first_imgThe St. Louis 5th grade girls came out strong against St. Nicholas bringing home a victory, 28-0.  The team played solid all four quarters.Grace Eckstein led the team with 10 points and Grace Laudick finished with 6.  Every player contributed to this victory and most added points to the scoreboard for the Cardinals.‘I was glad to see the team was working together better to move the ball around for opportunities to score!’  STL Coach Dee Ann Stahley.ST. Louis’ next game against St. Lawrence at home on Monday, Feb 3rd.The St. Louis girls sixth grade team traveled to St. Nichols on Wednesday. Although the girls were on the wrong end of the score again losing 30-7 there was much improvement over their last game.The team was lead by another solid effort of offense by Syndey Schutte. Also contributing to the offense was Grace Mack and GiGi Dreyer. Alexa Miles, Erin Batta, and Chloe Meadows help contribute to the offense with several nice assists and picks. The defense was lead by Mindy Eckstein, and Molly Wachsman. Molly was the team leader in rebounds.The girls continue to work hard and Coach Brad Dreyer is proud of all the girls the effort. The team will host St. Lawrence on Monday.last_img read more