South Korean shipping firm H-Line Shipping has been linked to an order for two vessels at a compatriot shipyard.According to broker reports, the company placed an order for two 180,000 dwt bulk carriers with Hyundai Heavy Industries.The price of the units, which would be fueled by liquefied natural gas (LNG), was not unveiled.The vessels are scheduled to join their owner in 2020.Following delivery, the bulk carriers would start working under a time charter agreement for South Korea’s steel maker Posco.World Maritime News Staff
Daily Mail 11 May 2016Family First Comment: No slippery slope? Yeah right!A former victim of child sex abuse has ended her life under Dutch euthanasia laws because she could not live with her mental suffering.The woman, in her twenties, was given a lethal injection after doctors and psychiatrists decided that her post-traumatic stress disorder and other conditions were incurable.It went ahead despite improvements in the woman’s psychological condition after ‘intensive therapy’ two years ago, and even though doctors in the Netherlands accept that a demand for death from a psychiatric patient may be no more than a cry for help.The woman, who has not been named, began to suffer from mental disorders 15 years ago following sexual abuse, according to the papers released by the Dutch Euthanasia Commission. The timescale means she was abused between the ages of five and 15.News of her death angered anti-euthanasia MPs and disability campaigners in Britain. One Labour MP said it meant sex abuse victims were now being punished with death.READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3583783/Sex-abuse-victim-20s-allowed-choose-euthanasia-Holland-doctors-decided-post-traumatic-stress-conditions-uncurable.htmlEuthanasia debate reignited by 20yo sexual abuse victimNZ Herald 16 May 2016When we think about euthanasia, many of us picture an elderly person.They’ve had many good years, but an illness has ruined their quality of life. They’re in pain, and they want to end things on their own terms. For many people, this is an easy concept to accept.READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=11639637
Funeral services will be Noon (12 p.m.) on Friday May 11, 2018 at Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home with Pastor Harris Long officiating. Burial will follow at Forest Hill Cemetery at Moores Hill. Visitation will be 10-12 p.m. Friday also at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to Ripley Crossing Activity Fund. Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home, entrusted with arrangements, 16717 Manchester Street, Box 156 Moores Hill, Indiana 47032 (812)744-3280. Go to www.sibbettmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family. Aileen Withered, 92 of Moores Hill passed away Wednesday May 9, 2018 at Ripley Crossing in Milan. Aileen was born October 17, 1925 in Harrodsburg, KY; the daughter of Jessie and Gertie (Huffman) Dean. She married Curtis Roberts and he preceded her in death in 1960; then she married Robert Withered in 1962 and he preceded her in death in 2011. Aileen retired from working at the Moores Hill School. She was a member of the Moores Hill Baptist Church. She enjoyed gardening, yard work, mowing, quilting, cooking, taking rides in the country and getting up really early in the morning to work on her crossword puzzles and spending time with the family.Aileen is survived by sons: Loyd “Ebbie” (Lana) Roberts of Greendale; Bennie (Jan) Roberts of Moores Hill; Randy Roberts of Milan. 5 Grandchildren, 8 Great-Grandchildren, 2 Great-Great- Grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, 2 brothers: Dallas and J.B. Dean; twin sister: Irene Keeling and sister Lillie Adkinson.
VINTON, Iowa – IMCA will administer all six of the current divisions running at Minnesota race tracks Princeton Speedway in Princeton and North Central Speedway in Brainerd this season.IMCA will tabulate points and pay out point funds, and all classes will use IMCA procedures at regular weekly programs.“We want all of the racers at these two historic Minnesota tracks to know that they will be competing with a national sanctioning body behind them in the upcoming season,” said IMCA President Brett Root.“We are excited about working with owner Cliff Sasker and general managers K.T. Torbart and Mary Beth Cripe in 2015,” continued Root. “They have shown that they are committed to the racers and fans in the region and we are honored to play a role in their long term plans.”Princeton runs on Fridays and North Central on Saturdays.
Greendale, IN—INDOT Crews will be working this week to replace signage along U.S. 50 between the Ohio state line and Belleview Drive to mark a new, lower 45 mph speed limit. The lower speed limit is being implemented due to the new traffic signal at Greencomm Drive in Greendale and to coincide with speeds in Ohio.
RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes David de Gea is still the best goalkeeper in the world despite facing criticism for conceding too easily against Tottenham Hotspur.De Gea allowed Steven Bergwijn’s fierce shot to fly through his hands in a 1-1 Premier League draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Friday and the goalkeeper was lambasted by former United captain, Roy Keane, who said he was “sick to death” of the goalkeeper. Another former club captain Gary Neville described De Gea’s dip in form as “more than a blip”, but Solskjaer said the Spain international is still delivering match-winning performances on a regular basis.He told a news conference on Tuesday: “I don’t think it is a bad run when you concede two goals in seven games, which included matches against Man City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Everton.“He makes great saves, he wins games for us and I still think he’s the best goalkeeper in the world.“He’s not making errors that you see time and time again. He’s been consistently working hard in training and I’m very pleased with his work.”Manchester United, who sit fifth in the league standings, host seventh-placed Sheffield United in their first match back at Old Trafford on Wednesday. Chris Wilder’s Sheffield United suffered a crushing 3-0 defeat by Newcastle United last weekend, and Solskjaer is wary of a reaction.“Sometimes a wounded animal is harder to play against. “I know Chris Wilder well enough, he will have his team fired up for this game,” the Norwegian coach added.Meanwhile, Scotland midfielder Scott McTominay signed a new contract with Manchester United, which will keep him at the club until 2025, with the option to extend for a further year.The 23-year-old academy graduate has made 75 appearances for United since making his debut in 2017.Reuters/NAN. Tags: David De GeaDefenceManchester UnitedOle Gunnar Solskjaer
More Floridians are considering purchasing guns, according to newly-released state records that show an increase in the number of background checks being processed since the death of George Floyd in Minnesota last month.According to The Tampa Bay Times, Florida has processed 30,657 background checks in the weeks after Floyd’s May 25 police-involved death.That amount is twice the number over the same period last year.Protests drive surge in Florida gun sales months after coronavirus-driven spike https://t.co/wl4p95Funf— Tampa Bay Times (@TB_Times) June 20, 2020 Buyers must usually undergo a background check in order to buy a gun in Florida.One week after Floyd’s death, which was Monday, June 1, the state processed 8,597 background checks that day. That is more than four times higher than the first Monday in June last year.
“The only perspective that we wish to put forth is that we were vulnerable targets as one of the family members i.e. Yuvraj Singh was, and is adored and loved by millions,” said Yuvraj’s familty in a statement.”His great reputation was put at stake for personal malafide reasons in the most unfair manner in the hope of gaining some kind of advantage which was not otherwise due.”We can only feel proud of Yuvraj Singh yet again, who has always decided to fight back with unshakable faith in God and the judiciary of this great country,” it added. Yuvraj Singh’s name was dragged for “malafide” reasons in the case.His brother Zoraver’s wife has named Yuvraj and his mother in the case.She, however, has apologised and withdrawn the charges against Yuvraj. highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Yuvraj Singh’s name was dragged for “malafide” reasons in the domestic violence case against his brother Zoraver but with the matter recently settled after an apology by the accuser, the family on Wednesday said he can now begin to “heal”. Yuvraj was named in the domestic violence case filed by Zoraver’s estranged wife Akanksha Sharma.After a four-year legal battle Akanksha and Zoraver got divorced earlier this month and the former apologised to Yuvraj and his family for making false allegations against them. Zoraver and Akanksha’s marriage lasted a mere six months.”Finding no other way to escape the process of law against her, Ms. Akanksha Sharma has apologised and admitted all her allegations to be false and incorrect and withdrawn the same,” the family stated.Yuvraj and his mother Shabnam Singh were named in the domestic violence complaint filed by Akanksha in a Gurugram court in October 2017.
Update on the latest sports Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-MLB-NATIONALSZimmerman and Ross won’t playWASHINGTON (AP) — The reigning World Series champion Washington Nationals will be without at least two holdovers from last year’s team. Longtime infielder Ryan Zimmerman and pitcher Joe Ross are opting out of playing as Major League Baseball tries to get back amid the COVID-19 pandemic. ZANARDI INJUREDSecond surgery for ZanardiSIENA, Italy (AP) — Italian auto racing champion turned Paralympic gold medalist Alex Zanardi has undergone a second brain surgery. It comes 10 days after an emergency operation following a crash on his handbike. The latest surgery lasted 2½ hours. Zanardi was then returned to the intensive care unit in a medically induced coma at the Santa Maria alle Scotte Hospital in Siena. The hospital says in a medical bulletin, “His condition remains stable from a cardio-respiratory and metabolic viewpoint, grave from a neurological viewpoint.” The 53-year-old Zanardi lost both of his legs in an auto racing crash nearly 20 years ago. Associated Press General manager Mike Rizzo says the team supports Zimmerman and Ross deciding not to play the 60-game season that’s set to start in late July. Zimmerman says his family situation factored into his decision. His mother is at high risk for the coronavirus because of multiple sclerosis, and he has three young children including a newborn. The 35-year-old says the decision doesn’t mean he’s retiring.VIRUS OUTBREAK-MLB-LEAKEDiamondbacks pitcher Leake opts outPHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Diamondbacks right-hander Mike Leake is opting out of the 2020 season due to concerns about the coronavirus. Ontario Premier Doug Ford says city, provincial and federal authorities “kind of gave their approval,” but the Toronto Blue Jays are waiting for a letter of support from the federal government. He also says Dr. David Williams, Ontario’s chief medical officer, requires a few tweaks to the plan. MLB requires an exemption, as anyone entering Canada for nonessential reasons must self-isolate for 14 days, and the U.S.-Canada border remains closed to nonessential travel until at least July 21.NBA-WIZARDS-WALLWizards rule out John Wall returning this seasonWASHINGTON (AP) — John Wall will not join the Washington Wizards for the resumption of the NBA season this summer, ending the chances of the five-time All-Star guard playing his first game since 2018. CLEVELAND (AP) — A person familiar with the deals says the Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to terms with free agent forward Jordan Bell on a two-year contract and signed forward Dean Wade to a multiyear deal. The person who spoke on condition of anonymity because the team has not announced the deals says the additions fill two roster openings for the Cavs ahead of the NBA reopening its transaction window. The 6-foot-8 Bell was a second-round pick in 2017. He spent his first two seasons with Golden State. Wade played in 12 games for Cleveland last season. MLB-ATHLETIC SIGNINGSA’s top draft pick Tyler Soderstrom gets $3.3M signing bonus General manager Tommy Sheppard effectively ruled out Wall returning this season when he said Monday the 29-year-old wouldn’t be part of the Wizards’ traveling party to Central Florida. Among the factors in the decision was a cap of 35 people per team in the quarantined bubble at Walt Disney World. The COVID-19 pandemic also hindered Wall’s progress in his rehab from multiple surgeries.Wall hasn’t played an NBA game since December 2018. Surgery for bone spurs in his left heel ended that season; while he was working his way back from that, he tore his left Achilles tendon and needed another operation in 2019. He declared himself “110 percent” healthy in late May.PGA-WATNEY RECOVERSWatney bored in isolation, nervous about how he got virusMonday marked the 10th day of self-isolation for Nick Watney, the minimum required for PGA Tour players who test positive for the new coronavirus. Diamondbacks general manager Mike Hazen did not elaborate on Leake’s decision during a Zoom call, but the pitcher’s agent issued a statement saying he made a personal decision not to play during the pandemic. Hazen also said two players on Arizona’s 60-man roster tested positive for COVID-19, as did another player not in Arizona.VIRUS OUTBREAK-MLB-CANADAOntario premier says approval near for Toronto gamesTORONTO (AP) — The premier of Ontario says Major League Baseball is close to winning approval to play in Toronto amid the coronavirus pandemic. He said he is feeling good except for some minor fatigue, perhaps brought on by a major case of boredom, and except for the distinction of becoming the first of what now is five players and two caddies who have tested positive since the PGA Tour returned amid the COVID-19 pandemic.He lost his sense of smell, a sensation he described as “gnarly,” but said that is coming back. And perhaps the strangest sensation is being at a golf resort without playing golf. He remains in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, as the PGA Tour has moved on to Connecticut, and now Detroit this week, and then two weeks in Ohio. The show goes on.Three more players tested positive during the Travelers Championship — Cameron Champ before the tournament started, Denny McCarthy after his first round and Dylan Frittelli after he missed the cut. Two caddies tested positive, which caused a chain-reaction of withdrawals. Harris English tested positive Monday at the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit.NBA-CAVALIERS-BELLSource: Cavs agree to 2-year deal with free agent Bell KAEPERNICK-NETFLIXNetflix to dramatize Kaepernick’s path to activismLOS ANGELES (AP) — Colin Kaepernick is joining with Emmy-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay on a Netflix miniseries about the teenage roots of the former NFL player’s activism. Neftlix says the limited series, titled “Colin in Black & White,” will examine Kaepernick’s high school years. In 2016, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback began kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality. His actions drew both support and criticism, with President Donald Trump among his detractors. Kaepernick became a free agent in 2017 but went unsigned. Writing on the six-episode series was completed in May, Casting details and a release date were not immediately announced for “Colin in Black & White.” OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Left-handed hitting catcher Tyler Soderstrom, selected 26th by the Oakland Athletics in the amateur draft, has agreed to a minor league contract with a $3.3 million signing bonus. Sodorstrom’s deal was above the slot value of $2,653,400.Oakland also announced Monday that it finalized a deal with fifth-round selection pitcher Stevie Emanuels. He got a $400,000 bonus as the 157th pick, which had a slot value of $333,300.Soderstrom has been added to the club’s 60-player pool with workouts scheduled to begin later this week. The 18-year-old star from Turlock High, who batted .450 as a junior in 2019 with his senior season cut short this year by the coronavirus pandemic, is set to report to the A’s alternate site, likely to be Stockton. Emanuels went 3-1 with a 0.79 ERA and 38 strikeouts in four starts over 22 2/3 innings this year for the University of Washington.The A’s also added three non-drafted free agents: right-hander Garrett Acton out of Illinois, catcher Cooper Uhl from Loyola Marymount and outfielder D.J. Lee of the University of Richmond. June 29, 2020
Friday night – as the Wisconsin men’s hockey team was blanked for the first time at home this season in a 3-0 decision against No. 10 Denver – I had the unsettling feeling I would soon have to eat my own words.Sitting next to former Heralder Ben Worgull in the press box, witnessing the frustration on the Badgers’ bench only a few levels below, Worgull leaned over and remarked, “Has Justin Schultz already gone pro”?The sarcastic one-liner could not have summed up Schultz‘s second half of the season in a more perfect way.Schultz leads the team with 13 goals, but only four of those goals have come in the second half of the season. While he’s managed eight assists in that span of time – for a season total of 27 – Schultz hasn’t made a mark on the stat sheet in seven of the Badgers’ 12 games since the break.Now it isn’t extremely unusual for most players to go stretches at a time without scoring, but for a player like Schultz, it’s downright weird.Only a few months ago he led the nation in points alongside sophomore Mark Zengerle (who we’ll come back to later). While his 40 points this season are impressive for a defenseman and earn him the No. 9 standing nationally, he was easily on pace to break his 47 points from a year ago headed into the break – something I boldly predicted he would do. With four games left in the season, he’ll have to average at least two points a game to beat last year’s mark by a single point.Similarly, Zengerle, who leads the Badgers with 41 points, went four games straight without posting a single point before Saturday night. There are only two other games this season when he hasn’t scored: the season-opener and the 3-0 shutout at Minnesota State on Jan. 14 that snapped his 20-game point streak.In a strange phenomenon that has epitomized the Badgers second half, Wisconsin’s two Hobey Baker hopefuls found themselves in a severe scoring drought, and I was starting to question whether I had counted my chickens too soon.Only a few weeks prior I had heralded Schultz‘s chances for a successful run at the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. After the first series back from break he looked more on top of his game than he ever has been. But then he had a rare weekend off the stat sheet, which soon became a trend.Then Zengerle seemed to be following in Schultz‘s lead, and the Badgers faced a five-game losing streak.The duo seemed to disappear and the offensive threat they carry became a faint memory.Waiting in the Kohl Center pressroom Friday night, I couldn’t help but to continually ponder over this strange disappearance, but the frustration that was emanating from these two – specifically Zengerle – could not have been more palpable.Throughout their disappearance from the box score, head coach Mike Eaves has addressed the need for them to find a way to make big plays and get back on the score card, but after Friday night, he simply wanted them to relax.And that’s exactly what they did.My fears subsided, only slightly, as the Badgers’ starting centerman put the Badgers back on the board and scored his first goal since hosting Alaska-Anchorage on Jan. 20.By his reaction, it was clear all frustration and worry of needing to score had melted away as did a classic bow-and-arrow celebration.“I don’t think I tried to do as much,” Zengerle said. “[Friday] night I tried to do a little too much; skating it in, I was losing it. Tonight I just tried to play [and do] what I was doing back my 20-game streak when I just tried to play my game and it worked out.”With just over five minutes left in the third, the Badgers had a comfortable 4-2 lead and were headed on the power play. So far they had been 0-7 with the man advantage throughout the series.That’s when Schultz finally broke his unwanted streak. From the point, the junior defenseman ripped one on net and DU sophomore goaltender Sam Brittain just couldn’t get a pad on it.While the duo can’t completely right the season, they’ve put themselves back on the map as they hold onto those No. 7 and 9 spots in the nation in points.Both Zengerle and Schultz posted a goal and an assist and showed that the lowly 11th place team still has some fight, taking down a team that is in contention for the conference title and giving its home crowd one final game to get stoked about.After the game ended, Schultz stayed out and lingered at center ice taking it all in – the band, the fans, everything. Zengerle went and gave him a hug and they headed into the locker room.“I was just kind of taking it in, who knows, this could be my last time playing here,” Schultz said. “I’m not saying it is but just kind of taking it in just in case I never get to play here again.”Kelly is a junior majoring in journalism. Think Schultz and Zengerle can still help UW make something more of this season? Send her a Tweet @kellymerickson.