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Oil transfer complete in Belfast Lough

first_imgNews LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Twitter Previous articleMore budget protests taking place this afternoonNext articleHundreds attend budget demonstrations in seven Donegal towns and villages News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Oil transfer complete in Belfast Lough Facebook NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson center_img Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH The transfer of 54,000 tonnes of oil from a damaged tanker in Belfast Lough has been successfully completed.The Genmar Companion had been sheltering in the Lough since a crack was found on its deck 40 miles off Tory Island just over three weeks ago as the ship was heading from Rottrerdam to New York.The oil was pumped onto the BW Seine in an operation that started on Friday evening, and had to be halted at least once as a result of high winds.The Genmar Companion is now being brought into Belfast Harbour for repairs. By News Highland – January 8, 2012 Pinterest WhatsApp Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Pinterest Google+ Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Google+last_img read more

Staff lack confidence in sharing business ideas with employers

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Staff lack confidence in sharing business ideas with employersOn 18 Mar 2003 in Personnel Today UK employers are missing out on new ideas from their staff because theydon’t feel comfortable or confident in sharing them with managers. A new poll timed to coincide with National Ideas Week, reveals that morethan a quarter of the workforce have ideas for their businesses that they havenot shared with their employers. The research, commissioned by 3M, finds that untapped employee ideas cover amultitude of subjects, ranging from ways to improve staff morale andproductivity to new product ideas. One in five respondents claim they don’t share ideas because they think theywon’t be listened to, while one in 10 said they are intimidated by managers. Jeff Skinner, training and development manager at 3M, said it was importantfor managers to genuinely listen to staff and take their ideas on board. “The simple message is that most employees don’t believe their ideasare valued. One of the main criticisms is that managers don’t really listen totheir staff,” he said. “Employers must do more to make staff feel valued, and that meansmanagers asking people’s opinions, rather than going through the motions.Giving basic leadership training can also help to harness staff ideas.” The figures demonstrate the value of employee suggestion schemes, with 84per cent of the 1,000 respondents claiming they would be more likely to staywith an employer that listened to ideas. More than half of the respondents claim schemes that encourage managers tolisten to their ideas are just as important as a good benefits package. Ray Meads, innovation specialist at 3M, said: “3M has always valuedcreativity and innovation in employees. From our experience of running formalideas schemes, staff are motivated by playing an additional valuable rolewithin the organisation.” By Ross Wighamwww.ideasuk.com Comments are closed. last_img read more

Andrews six wickets fail to stop GCC’s outright win in two-day cricket

first_imgLEON Andrews led from the front with the ball and helped with the bat, but the Guyana Defence Force were not at full strength on day two of their Georgetown Cricket Association-Noble House Seafoods Second Division two-day cricket competition, which resulted in the home team winning by an innings and 30 runs.Although the Georgetown Cricket Club had wrested control on Saturday, the opening day, and had a sizable lead after their first innings, GDF could have still held on for a draw, but only nine players were available to bat—when the eighth wicket fell on Sunday afternoon, the army had to concede defeat.Scores in the game: GDF 91 and 153, GCC 274.After taking the lead on Saturday due to a half-century from youngster, Mavendra Dindyal (72), the home team continued from their overnight score of 145-3 on Sunday morning. The army had a good session, since apart for a fighting unbeaten 51 from teenager Zachary Jodah (2x4s, 23 singles) and an aggressive last stand by fast bowler Carlos La Rose, the rest of the side succumbed to the off-spin bowling of Andrews.Andrews, who had taken the wicket of Dindyal on Saturday, took five wickets on Sunday, including overnight batsmen Rivaldo Phillips (28) and Deonarine Seegobin (23). The army could have restricted the side to a lower score, but La Rose got on top of the bowling as he and Jodah added 59 runs for the last wicket.  The number 11 batsman struck three sixes and two fours in a score of 35, which helped to push GCC to 274.Andrews finished with 6-96 from 28 overs, while Damian Waldon and Randy Lindore supported with one wicket each. In GDF’s second innings, Andrews (31) paced his time in the middle with a plethora of twos, but like several of the top order batsmen, he had a start, but did not follow on.GDF’s middle-order then had a moment of lapse, as four wickets went down in quick succession (62-1 to 63-5); Joshua Jones, though, kept the scoreboard ticking with some aggressive batting.  His 52 included four sixes and one four. Despite his half-century, and 25 runs from Dameon Ross and 20 from Lindore, GDF succumbed at 153-8 just before the scheduled close of play.Left- arm spinner Stephon Wilson again took three wickets. He proved to be extremely economical with 3-13 from 12 overs. Darrius Andrews and Bernard Bailey supported with two wickets each.last_img read more

Stamford Bridge to host the inaugural five-a-side SBC Global Championship

first_img Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Submit Share Five-a-side teams featuring players from some of the sports betting industry’s leading operators, suppliers, affiliates and media organisations will be taking part in the inaugural SBC Global Championship at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday 22 May.Supported by headline sponsor Trustly Group, the eight-team tournament played out in Chelsea kits will be officiated by former FIFA and Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher.Club legend Graeme Le Saux, who made 250 league appearances for the Blues and collected 36 caps for England between 1994 and 2000, will be in charge of the pre-tournament draw and playing for one of the teams.Besides the coveted SBC Global Championship trophy, winners will take home fantastic prizes such as a VIP Box day at Stamford Bridge during one of the 18/19 season games.The tournament, rounded off by a networking event at The Jam Tree in Chelsea, will also feature a pitch-side barbecue after the group phase, before attention turns to the SBC Global Championship semi-finals and final from 16:00.Le Saux said: “SBC continues to unite the vibrant sports betting industry with social events such as this. I was proud to put my name to the SBC Global Championship, and I’m looking forward to getting the boots out to play at my favourite football stadium.”SBC Founder and CEO Rasmus Sojmark commented: “SBC is always looking for ways to strengthen the industry community, and the SBC Global Championship is a great example of that. Football and fun at Stamford Bridge will stay with you forever when you get to share it with industry friends and colleagues.”A preview of companies with player representatives include 12Bet, bet365, BetBright, BetConstruct, Betgenius, betPawa, Betradar, Better Collective, Betway, bold.dk, Catena Media, Danske Spil, ECommPay, Esports Insider, Favbet, FSB Tech, Golden Race, GVC Holdings, HiPay, iGaming Elite, Intertops, Livescore.com, Marathonbet, MuchBetter, Oddslife, OPTIMA, Parimatch, Pinnacle, Play’n GO, Processing.com, RedZoneSports, Setanta Sports, Smarkets, Sporting Solutions, SportNation, SportPesa, Sun Bets, Trustly, VSoftCo, WinDrawWin and Worldpay.The draw for the tournament by Graeme Le Saux will be streamed live on the SBC Facebook page HERE on Thursday 17 May from 4:00 pm. Better Collective cautious on quick recovery as COVID drags growth momentum August 25, 2020 SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020last_img read more