Last weekend Greg Duncan Fields, in Bundaberg, hosted the Queensland State Cup.28 teams contested eight divisions, with Redlands the most successful at the Cup, winning three divisions, and runners- up in another.The Results are as follows:Men’s OpenKawana – 8 def. Redlands – 6Women’s OpenTigers – 6 def. Crushers – 5Mixed OpenDodgers – 5 def. On The Gas – 3Senior MixedPalm Beach – 8 def. Coomera Comets – 3Men’s 30’sRedlands – 8 def. ADF – 3Men’s 40’sRedlands – 5 def. Bundaberg – 0 Men’s 45’s Coomera Comets – 7 def. Gladstone – 1Men’s 50’sRedlands – 8 def. Caboolture – 0 A special thanks to all referees involved in the finals:Men’s Open:Matt Lavery, Marcellus Phillips, Adam ThetfordWomen’s Open:Phil Nutley, Jesse Bolton, Louise MaloneyMixed Open:Russell Hendry, Carl Hartwig, Peter GregorySenior Mixed:Adrian James, Talia Bowden, Kennith ChanMen’s 30’s:Ken Wilson, Peter Cominos, Neil BrienMen’s 40’s:Don Byers, Kevin Rasmussen, Graham WaltersMen’s 45’s:John Lewis, Alex Wong, Marc JordanMen’s 50’s:Mark Jensen, Pat Williams, Amanda Single
Newcastle striker Elias Sorensen a target for Blackpool, Gatesheadby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveNewcastle United striker Elias Sorensen is a target for Blackpool.The Evening Chronicle says Blackpool have enquired about the possibility of signing Sorensen on loan for the second half of the season.The 19-goal striker signed a new contract this week and has is now set for international duty with Denmark Under-21s but Newcastle have yet to sanction his exit in the January window.Sorensen picked up an ankle knock in the Checkatrade Trophy defeat at the Stadium of Light on Tuesday evening.Newcastle also had interest from Gateshead for Sorensen’s signature while Hartlepool United scout Tommy Miller senior has scouted the youngster extensively this term. TagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Southampton boss Hasenhüttl pleased with draw at Wolvesby Paul Vegas6 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveSouthampton boss Ralph Hasenhüttl was pleased with their 1-1 draw at Wolves on Saturday afternoon.Danny Ings was the scorer of Saints’ goal, his fifth in four appearances, and the strike marked the first time he’s scored in four consecutive games in his career.”I think we showed a much better performance and that’s why we deserved a point today,” Hasenhuttl asserted. “It was a step forward.”When you see the whole game I think they also had a few chances, two goals that were ruled out by VAR.”A good organised performance from my team. We had chances also for a second goal, but finally we take this point. It’s an important one for us. We go on from here.”I’ve got no doubt, that after only one point from our home games, that we must do everything against Leicester next week.”We need to be committed against a good opponent. It will be a tough game, but we will prepare and look for a good game plan and then let’s see.”
The Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), which works to promote press freedom globally, today condemned the recent murder of Uzbek journalist Alisher Saipov in Kyrgyzstan.“The use of violence to silence a journalist is unacceptable, it runs counter to the basic human right of freedom of expression and tramples the democratic right of people to engage in free and informed debate,” Koïchiro Matsuura. The 26-year old victim was killed in the Kyrgyz city of Osh , near the Uzbek border, on 24 October. He was shot three times at close range by an unknown assailant who is reported to have used a silencer, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). Mr. Saipov was the editor of independent Uzbek-language weekly Siyosat. He reported on Uzbekistan’s political and social issues for Radio Free Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Voice of America, and the Central Asia news website Ferghana.“Shedding more blood is not going to solve the issues besetting Uzbek society,” Mr. Matsuura said. 29 October 2007The Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), which works to promote press freedom globally, today condemned the recent murder of Uzbek journalist Alisher Saipov in Kyrgyzstan.
15 December 2010The Security Council today ended United Nations mandates on Iraq stemming from the 1991 and 2003 wars, including those on weapons of mass destruction (WMDs), in a move that Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called a “milestone” on the country’s path to normality. The Security Council today ended United Nations mandates on Iraq stemming from the 1991 and 2003 wars, including those on weapons of mass destruction (WMDs), in a move that Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called a “milestone” on the country’s path to normality.“Its people have known tremendous hardship,” he said in his speech to the 15-member body. “They continue to struggle with insecurity and appalling violence. They lack jobs and basic services. But today we recognize how far the country has come in key aspects of its journey to normalize its status in the community of nations.”Citing “the difficult history” on WMDs in Iraq, he hailed the lifting of its remaining obligations on the issue in the wake of its pledge to remain free of such weapons, enshrined in its constitution, and its accession to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), Biological Weapons Convention, Chemical Weapons Convention and Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty.Saddam Hussein’s WMD activities, particularly with regard to nuclear arms, were one of the reasons given for the United States-led invasion of 2003. None were subsequently found.In one of the resolutions adopted today, this one unanimously, the Council terminated measures it imposed on Iraq starting in 1990 after its invasion of Kuwait and subsequent expulsion by US-led forces, including the destruction of all WMD materials. At the same time it urged the country to ratify the additional protocol to the NPT that allows for unannounced spot verification checks.The Council also unanimously voted to end, by next June, provisions in its Resolution 1483 of 2003 stemming from the earlier oil-for-food programme under which Saddam Hussein was allowed to sell oil for humanitarian goods, despite sanctions imposed on him in a stand-off over inspections of his WMD activities. Under Resolution 1483, proceeds from petroleum and gas exports are deposited into an internationally audited Development Fund for Iraq “until such time as an internationally recognized, representative government of Iraq is properly constituted.”A third resolution, adopted by 14 votes with one abstention, asked Mr. Ban to terminate all residual activities stemming from the internationally supervised oil-for-food programme, first adopted in the Council’s Resolution 986 of 1995, and updated in four subsequent resolutions.In recognition of these steps towards normality, Mr. Ban commended Iraq’s leaders for their recent agreements ending months of political deadlock, paving the way for a national partnership government – the first peaceful transition between elected governments under full Iraqi sovereignty.He noted that a new government faces many challenges in providing stability and opportunity for all Iraqis, including the normalization of Arab-Kurd relations in disputed areas, ensuring the protection of all minorities, including Christians, and managing oil production and the return of refugees and internally displaced persons.“The United Nations is eager to be part of this wide-ranging drive to normalization,” Mr. Ban said, noting that the planned US military drawdown will have major security implications for the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI), which for more than seven years has been helping the conflict-ravaged country recover from the 2003 war. “The Mission will continue to need strong political and financial support from Member States.”Presiding over the session, Vice-President Joe Biden of the United States, which holds the Council’s monthly presidency, paid tribute to UNAMI’s work, with particular homage to the first UNAMI chief in Iraq, Sergio Vieira de Mello, who was killed in the massive terrorist bombing of the UN headquarters in Baghdad in August 2003.Reading out a Presidential Statement, Mr. Biden reaffirmed the Council’s commitment to Iraq’s independence, sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity and called on the Government to fulfil its remaining obligations to Kuwait – which include reparations for the 1990 invasion and demarcation of borders. Taking part in the meeting, Iraq’s Foreign Minister, Hoshyar Zebari, also expressed his country’s appreciation for the UN role.In concluding his remarks to the Council, Mr. Ban addressed the Iraqi people directly. “You have suffered too much for too long,” he said. “I pay tribute to your resilience. There will be more hurdles ahead. But you have the wisdom and the capacity to overcome. You are now in the lead in your quest for a better life. The United Nations will continue to stand with you as an impartial partner. We are determined to fulfil that mandate, and help you find, once and for all, the path of prosperity and peace.”In a bilateral meeting on Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Ban and Mr. Biden discussed the need for follow-through and the importance of the UN role in Iraq. Other matters they discussed included the need to de-escalate post-electoral tensions in Côte d’Ivoire, the importance of ensuring successful referenda in Sudan next month, and Lebanon, the Korean peninsula and UN reform.Mr. Ban also met with Mr. Zebari to discuss Iraq’s obligations, including those to Kuwait, and the progress in forming the new government.
ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — General Motors says it has temporarily laid off about two-thirds of hourly workers at its parts plant in St. Catharines, Ont. as the strike by the United Auto Workers in the U.S. enters week two.The company says about 730 employees are off the job after it halted engine production at the plant Monday because of the strike disruption.The closure follows the full shutdown of vehicle production at the company’s Oshawa Assembly Plant Friday because of supply chain issues from the strike, leaving another 2,000 hourly workers temporarily laid off.The plant closures have led to a wave of temporary layoffs at companies dependent on the plants, including about 1,700 unionized workers centred around Oshawa operations and another 200 from the St. Catharines plant.Close to 50,000 GM workers in the U.S. went on strike last Monday, forcing a halt to production at more than 30 manufacturing sites across nine states.The labour action, the first national strike by the UAW since 2007, is over issues including wages, health care, and job security. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 23, 2019.The Canadian Press
Elizabeth Campbell was nominated by the Tory group on Kensington and Chelsea Council to be the new chief executiveCredit:BBC Labour’s Emma Dent Coad speaking after she was elected as MP for Kensington Credit:Rick Findler/PA Mrs Campbell, who quit as a long-standing member of the council’s cabinet in May, said she would ask Communities Secretary Sajid Javid for help.Mrs Campbell must be formally elected by a meeting of the full council and a spokesman for the authority said the next scheduled meeting was on July 19, although an emergency one could be called earlier.One Tory councillor, who did not want to be named, said her election was a “formality” and Mrs Campbell was now leader of the council “in practice”.Ms Caro said she had no confidence in the leadership of the council and called for it to be dissolved.She said: “It’s like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. They have shown they are not fit to run a council or deliver the services that are needed and I don’t really think it matters who is the leader.” The retired judge leading the inquiry into the Grenfell Tower disaster should stand down because he will not have “empathy” or “understand human beings”, the local MP has suggested.Emma Dent Coad, the Labour MP for Kensington, joined calls for Sir Martin Moore-Bick to be replaced as head of the inquiry, saying he could not understand what people had been through.”How anybody like that could have empathy for what those people have been through, I don’t understand”, she told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme.”A technocrat is really not what we need right now. We need someone who can understand human beings and what they’ve been through.”She added: “I don’t think he should do it. I don’t think there will be any credibility. Some people are saying they are not going to co-operate with it so it’s not going to work.” And Sue Caro, a co-ordinator for the Justice 4 Grenfell group that represents survivors, said: “Our view is the whole thing needs to start again – there is no confidence in the process.” She continued: “As new leader, I will appoint a new cabinet tomorrow and things are going to change.” Sir Martin’s appointment has been met met with concern by survivors, with a group called BME (black and minority ethnic) Lawyers 4 Grenfell writing to Prime Minister Theresa May to say her choice was “astonishing”.The open letter, signed by the chairman of the Society of Black Lawyers Peter Herbert and the president of the Association of Muslim Lawyers Ismet Rawat, said: “Your lack of consultation has increased the mistrust of both the Grenfell community and the wider community and led to firm opposition of the appointment of Sir Martin Moore-Bick.” In her first public statement, Mrs Campbell said she was “truly sorry” and pledged to “heal the wounds” in the community.”The first thing I want to do is I want to apologise,” she said. “This is our community and we have failed it when people needed us the most. So, no buts, no ifs, no excuses – I am truly sorry.” Meanwhile, judges have been told to issue tougher sentences for gross negligence manslaughter in the wake of the Grenfell disaster.There have previously been no set sentencing guidelines for the offence but the longest sentences were usually for less than ten years. Now the Sentencing Council has moved to tell judges that they can hand out prison terms of up to 18 years in the most serious cases.It comes as the nominee to lead the embattled council handling the Grenfell Tower fire fallout is expected to pick her cabinet on Tuesday after promising “change” moments after her selection by the local Conservative party.The Tory group on Kensington and Chelsea Council nominated Elizabeth Campbell to take over from Nicholas Paget-Brown, who resigned on Friday amid fierce criticism of the council’s response to the Grenfell tragedy. Her comments came as it emerged that Sir Martin is prepared to consider the “broad” causes of the fire amid concern from survivors’ groups over its scope and leadership.Sir Martin previously indicated his investigation would be limited to the causes of the deadly fire, why it spread so quickly and how it could be prevented in future. But survivors suggested they were prepared to abandon the process unless the parameters were broadened to consider systemic issues, such as why residents’ concerns about fire safety were allegedly ignored by authorities.A source said the former Court of Appeal judge was looking to scrutinise issues tracing back to building regulations at the time the block was erected.”He is very happy to look at why there were warnings that weren’t listened to, these were the allegations,” the source said.It is understood the inquiry into the blaze, which killed at least 80 people, will be a “broad interpretation of what caused the fire”, which extends beyond the “physics of what happened”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedFormer Bishops’ teacher accused of rape released on $300,000 bailMarch 15, 2018In “Court”Sex scandal update: BHS teacher arrested, released on $100,000 bailDecember 3, 2017In “latest news”Former Bishops’ teacher charged with rape, remandedMarch 8, 2018In “Court” The former Bishops’ High School teacher who is accused of being involved in a sex scandal was on Tuesday committed to stand trial at the High Court for rape, by City Magistrate Judy Latchman.Accused: Coen JacksonCoen Jackson is presently on $300,000 bail and the matter is expected to be called at a later date at the Demerara High Court.The accused is being represented by Attorney Siand Dhurjon.Jackson, who has been a teacher for the past 15 years, is being accused of abusing his position of trust as a teacher after he allegedly began grooming female students for sexual activity after they would have attained the age of 16; the legal age of consent in Guyana.He has vehemently denied the accusations but did admit to having sexual relations with two former students who are both in their early 20s now.The embattled teacher recently got married to one of his former students.The Police claimed that between December 2010 and May 2011 at D’Urban Street, Lodge, Jackson raped one of his students.The Education Ministry had launched an investigation into the allegations and upon completion, forwarded their findings to the police who began conducting a criminal investigation.As such, on March 15 2018, he was arraigned at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court on a rape charge.
Wales national team head coach Ryan Giggs insists star player, Gareth Bale will struggle to make the team’s trip to Ireland.Wales travel to Dublin next Tuesday to face the Republic of Ireland in their third game of the UEFA Nations League and Real Madrid’s Bale is expected to be absent due to injury.The former Tottenham Hotspur star sat out a 4-1 friendly defeat at the hands of a ruthless Spain team due to what his national team coach described as “muscle fatigue.”And Giggs, who was taking charge of only his third competitive game as manager of Wales, admitted he is unlikely to have him back in the mix when Wales look to dust themselves down from a Principality Stadium pummelling.Players who made it public that they weren’t happy in their club Jozef Fabian – September 12, 2019 Football is about so much more than what happens on the pitch.The build-up was magnificent. Coming into the stadium on the coach (it was Wales’ first game at the Prinicpality Stadium for seven years), you could feel the buzz and it’s something different. Unfortunately, we couldn’t perform on the pitch, which is obviously disappointing.“We brush ourselves down, take it on the chin. The last time we were in Cardiff we won 4-1 and were magnificent. Tonight, we were disappointing.” Giggs said, according to Sports Mole.“The good thing about football is you have always got the next game, and that can’t come quickly enough.”“We got taught a lesson in many aspects, but the main thing we were taught tonight was to do the basics right.”
Posted: March 5, 2018 Updated: 7:00 PM 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 SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott issued her legal analysis Monday of the SDSU West initiative, which is now in the hands of Mayor Kevin Faulconer and members of the San Diego City Council. The measure has enough signatures to get on the November ballot.Ed Lenderman shares details, including the fact that the initiative does not include specific plans to develop a stadium, live from Qualcomm Stadium. KUSI Special Report: What does the SDSU West memo mean? Nick Stone, the project manager for SoccerCity, issued the following statement regarding City Attorney Elliott’s analysis:“The City Attorney’s analysis exposes the empty promises that the developer promoters of SDSU West are making to San Diego. It’s clearer than ever that the so-called SDSU West initiative, while hiding behind the university’s name, is really about protecting the interests of Mission Valley land barons on the backs of San Diego taxpayers. SoccerCity will transform what’s now a drain on the city’s finances into something for all San Diegans: a new Major League Soccer & Aztec football stadium, sports-and-entertainment district, a large river park, and room for SDSU to grow — all without a dime of taxpayer money.” Ed Lenderman, March 5, 2018 Ed Lenderman Categories: Local San Diego News, Special Reports Tags: City Attorney Mara Elliott, sdsu, sdsu stadium FacebookTwitter
A researcher at Washington State University Vancouver is the first recipient of a new type of grant from the university’s College of Education.Michael Dunn, who trains teachers of special education on the Vancouver campus, was awarded the Judy Nichols Mitchell faculty fellowship. He will receive $10,000 annually for the next three years to run research projects focusing on elementary school students in Clark County who are struggling with writing.The fellowship represents a fairly new concept in college grant-giving, as it’s meant as seed money for researchers who stand a good chance of attracting larger federal or private grants once they’ve produced small-scale results.The new Mitchell fellowship is available to any education researcher in the statewide WSU system. The leadership of the College of Education in Pullman nominated the Vancouver professor for the award, said Kim Holapa, the college’s director of development.The fellowship is named after the late Judy Mitchell, who was the dean of the college of education from 1998-2009.Mitchell had created the concept of a faculty fellowship at the college. Such fellowships are funded through private donations, not tax dollars, and are relatively small, Holapa said.
Dan Cohen AUTHOR The Senate is scheduled to vote on final passage of the fiscal 2019 defense authorization bill Monday evening, after the legislation cleared several procedural votes during debate Thursday. One of those votes was to limit debate on a substitute amendment to the measure that includes the Senate Armed Services’ version of the defense policy bill, S. 2987, and 45 amendments that have support from both parties, reported CQ. The Senate also rejected a vote to limit debate on an amendment that would have allowed Congress to review new regulations by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, blocking it from advancing. Debate over the authorization bill never really got off the ground this week due to an impasse among Republican lawmakers over what amendments would receive votes on the floor.
Amazon made the next move in the race for satellite broadband internet. Blue Origin Amazon has taken another step toward providing global broadband internet from space through its Project Kuiper. The company filed paperwork with the US government to launch the thousands of satellites needed for the plan.Amazon submitted its application with the FCC for Project Kuiper on July 4. The internet heavyweight asked the commission for permission to “launch and operate a non-geostationary satellite orbit system using Ka−band frequencies.” Satellites will orbit 366 to 391 miles above Earth. “Submitting to the FCC is the first step – next, the FCC will thoroughly review our application and we look forward to working with them throughout this process,” an Amazon spokesperson said in an email Monday. Project Kuiper will use 3,236 low Earth orbit satellites to provide broadband internet globally. “The Kuiper System will deliver satellite broadband communications services to tens of millions of unserved and underserved consumers and businesses in the United States and around the globe,” the company said in the filing.Meanwhile, Starlink is the SpaceX plan to provide broadband access across the world from space, and the company launched its first batch of satellites back in May. Billionaire Richard Branson started this race when his company OneWeb launched satellites for his own high-speed internet space project back in February. On Tuesday, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai addressed the private sector push for small satellites and his enthusiasm for it.”We now have in our sights new competition in the broadband marketplace and new opportunities for rural Americans who lack access to high-speed Internet access,” Pai said in remarks prepared for a talk at the US Chamber of Commerce. “That’s why the FCC under my leadership has moved quickly to give a green light to satellite entrepreneurs like OneWeb, SpaceX, and O3b and is considering other applications from entrants like Amazon and Boeing.” Pai also noted that on Tuesday he presented his FCC colleagues a draft order to make it easier and cheaper to license small satellites. Originally published July 8.Updated on July 9: Adds comments from FCC chief Ajit Pai. Share your voice 3:33 Now playing: Watch this: The 50 weirdest Amazon Prime Day deals ever Tags 2 Jeff Bezos reveals plans for the moon and beyond 50 Photos Comments Computers Sci-Tech Amazon
© 2015 Phys.org More information: K. L. Yeakel et al. Shifts in coral reef biogeochemistry and resulting acidification linked to offshore productivity, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2015). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1507021112AbstractOceanic uptake of anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) has acidified open-ocean surface waters by 0.1 pH units since preindustrial times. Despite unequivocal evidence of ocean acidification (OA) via open-ocean measurements for the past several decades, it has yet to be documented in near-shore and coral reef environments. A lack of long-term measurements from these environments restricts our understanding of the natural variability and controls of seawater CO2-carbonate chemistry and biogeochemistry, which is essential to make accurate predictions on the effects of future OA on coral reefs. Here, in a 5-y study of the Bermuda coral reef, we show evidence that variations in reef biogeochemical processes drive interannual changes in seawater pH and Ωaragonite that are partly controlled by offshore processes. Rapid acidification events driven by shifts toward increasing net calcification and net heterotrophy were observed during the summers of 2010 and 2011, with the frequency and extent of such events corresponding to increased offshore productivity. These events also coincided with a negative winter North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) index, which historically has been associated with extensive offshore mixing and greater primary productivity at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study (BATS) site. Our results reveal that coral reefs undergo natural interannual events of rapid acidification due to shifts in reef biogeochemical processes that may be linked to offshore productivity and ultimately controlled by larger-scale climatic and oceanographic processes. To better understand what might happen with coral reefs if more carbon dioxide makes its way into the oceans due to an increase of the gas in the atmosphere caused by human emissions, the researchers set up monitoring devices along a coral reef offshore from Bermuda—information from the sensors was monitored for five years (2007 to 2012). The team also had access to data from an ocean chemistry monitoring station approximately 80 kilometers from their study site. The combined data offered a unique perspective on coral activity.In studying the data, the researchers noticed that spikes of phytoplankton blooms occurred during 2010 and again in 2011—those blooms made their way to the coral reef offering more food than normal for the coral. The coral responded by growing which caused them to pull more alkaline carbonate from the surrounding water, making it more acidic. Eating more also resulted in the corals emitting more carbon dioxide into the water. The result was a big increase in acidity—to levels higher than have been predicted for the future due to human emissions—yet, the coral continued to flourish.These observations contrast sharply with the prevailing view that an increase in acidity is harmful to coral—leading to death if it goes too far. But the levels seen by the researchers with this new effort suggest that is not the case at all, and therefore muddles theories regarding the impact on the oceans of higher levels of carbon dioxide and warmer temperatures. Another team with Western Australia noted that the results found by this new team appeared to agree with those of a small study they conducted where they put boxes around some coral and piped in carbon dioxide, to no detrimental effect. Carbon dioxide-spewing volcano drives reef from coral to algae This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Journal information: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Explore further Citation: Increase in acidity may not be harmful to coral reefs after all (2015, November 10) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-11-acidity-coral-reefs.html (Phys.org)—A combined team of researchers affiliated with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences has found, via a five year study, that increased ocean acidification may not pose the threat to coral reefs that scientists have thought. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the team describes their study and why they now believe that an increase in green house gas emissions many not have the devastating impact on coral reefs that most in the field have assumed would occur. Close up of polyps are arrayed on a coral, waving their tentacles. There can be thousands of polyps on a single coral branch. Credit: Wikipedia
Posted by Share Tags: AmaWaterways, Technology Tuesday, March 26, 2019 Store and share photos easily with AmaWaterways new mobile app Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >> CALABASAS — Cruisers can store photos, share them with friends and track their itinerary with AmaWaterways brand new mobile app.Called ‘myAmaCruise’, the app is now available for guests to download on the App Store or Google Play prior to embarking on all AmaWaterways’ European (excluding Portugal) and Vietnam and Cambodia itineraries.“As we continue embracing innovation in all areas of our business, it is very important that we use technology to meet the evolving needs of our guests,” said Rudi Schreiner, president and co-owner of AmaWaterways. “We were the first river cruise line to offer complimentary Wi-Fi throughout our ships and with this new app, we’re happy to now provide even more ways for our guests to stay connected and share their experiences with friends and family.”With ‘myAmaCruise’, passengers can track their itinerary live, through an interactive map that follows the ship’s journey and showcases details of each stop. They can also stay read up on onboard activities, shore excursions and ports of call with the Mobile Daily Cruiser feature.More news: Can you guess the one and only hotel company to rank on Indeed’s Top Workplaces in Canada list?Moreover, with the app’s Personal Cruise Album, guests can store their photos and easily share them with family and friends during and after the cruise. And through Email Postcards, the app also allows users to automatically send e-cards with images in each new port visited during their cruise.In addition to the app’s launch, AmaWaterways has enhanced cellular data plans throughout its European ships. Combined with fiber optic land lines in every European port where a ship docks for a minimum of six hours, the company now offers the fastest Wi-Fi on Europe’s rivers, making it easy for guests and groups to ‘roam’ on the river. Those staying in spacious suites on the AmaMagna will also enjoy mobile Wi-Fi devices that allow complimentary Internet connection.Moreover, AmaWaterways has added more viewing options on its stateroom Entertainment-On-Demand system. The expanded system now offers hundreds of movies and TV shows with new releases being added each month.
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