Canâ€™t make it to the 2016 National Touch League but want to watch some games live? Weâ€™ll be live streaming more games than ever to the Touch Football Australia YouTube channel. Every field one game will be streamed from Wednesday to Saturday lunchtime, with Power Productions taking over on Saturday afternoon for their grand final coverage. To view the games, please click on the links below: Wednesday, 9 March 12.20pm â€“ Sydney Rebels v SWQ Swans (Mixed Open) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VW4HvVEyalc 1.10pm â€“ SQ Sharks v Hunter Western Hornets (Mixed Open) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SulVTW9LWxM 2.00pm â€“ NSW Scorpions v QLD Cowboys (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eWZK2zmgq0 2.50pm â€“ QLD Broncos v NSW Country (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3stOpkoak4 3.40pm â€“ NSW Scorpions v QLD Cowboys (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mayNqOj8jDg 4.30pm â€“ QLD Broncos v NSW Country (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ME-MRpDpD8 5.20pm â€“ QLD Broncos v NSW Mets (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0JjteXGaCk 6.10pm â€“ NSW Scorpions v QLD Titans (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAdpMSaXZuI 7.00pm â€“ QLD Broncos v NSW Mets (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfitnwzRgNo 7.50pm â€“ NSW Scorpions v QLD Titans (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdBmHroogRM Thursday, 10 March 9.00am â€“ Northern Eagles v Tasmania (Menâ€™s T League) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWeJivjMpUs 9.50am â€“ CQ Bulls (A) v Victoria (Menâ€™s T League) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEtHe1Lf4ts 10.40am â€“ QLD Broncos v NSW Scorpions (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_PH9LJAWes 11.30am â€“ QLD Titans v NSW Rebels (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MP4Y54eHEpw 12.20pm â€“ QLD Broncos v NSW Scorpions (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8lsDgFxylU 1.10pm â€“ QLD Titans v NSW Rebels (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoycDxzttXs 2.00pm â€“ SQ Sharks v Northern Eagles (Menâ€™s 30â€™s) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNOMIcUgXsQ 2.50pm â€“ NSW Mets v Alliance (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pi3Lvo6Cq4 3.40pm â€“ QLD Titans v QLD Cowboys (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ix_PCBrGx34 4.30pm â€“ NSW Mets v Alliance (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hIGDdU3s5w 5.20pm â€“ QLD Titans v QLD Cowboys (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrusRzdI1bs Friday, 11 March 9.00am â€“ Brisbane City Cobras v WA Tigers (Womenâ€™s T League) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gWwvNgeB3k 9.50am â€“ CQ Bulls v Tasmania (Womenâ€™s T League) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MzZHGSd2hQ 10.40am â€“ QLD Titans v Alliance (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRKriwdPiGQ 11.30am â€“ NSW Country Mavericks v NSW Rebels (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3BCcQXvbX0 12.20pm â€“ QLD Titans v Alliance (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YrMGUlNwGc 1.10pm â€“ NSW Country v NSW Rebels (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmBH35MKtKw 2.00pm â€“ NQ Cyclones v Sunshine Coast Pineapples (Womenâ€™s 27â€™s) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKWRKQFSZzs 2.50pm â€“ NSW Mets v NSW Rebels (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gxc7v01rFA 3.40pm â€“ QLD Cowboys v NSW Country (Womenâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoC6qKHs_Mg 4.35pm â€“ NSW Mets v NSW Rebels (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_GN4N_xTCQ 5.25pm â€“ QLD Cowboys v NSW Country Mavericks (Menâ€™s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPnU6v0r97Q 6.20pm â€“ Menâ€™s T League Quarter Final – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eICgk8nLBA Saturday, 12 March9.00am â€“ Menâ€™s T League Semi Final 1 – Brisbane City Cobras v South QLD Sharks – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAw37Xz4jBk 9.55am â€“ Womenâ€™s 27â€™s Grand Final – Sydney Rebels v South QLD Sharks – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QpkFeMWd_8 10.50am â€“ Womenâ€™s Elite Eight Semi Final 1 – NSW Mets v QLD Titans https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJYsWiIGOTs 11.45am â€“ Menâ€™s Elite Eight Semi Final 1 – QLD Cowboys v NSW Mets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LwZvn4bEzI From 12.30pm – Power Productions Coverage (Men’s 30’s final, Women’s T League final, Men’s T League, Mixed Open, Women’s Open, Men’s Open) – https://livestream.com/powerproductions/events/4935887. 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About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Essien impressed by work of Chelsea manager Sarriby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea hero Michael Essien is impressed by the work of manager Maurizio Sarri.The Italian currently looks on course to steer the Blues to a top-four finish.Essien says the 59-year-old has got his players on side.“Sarri came in and didn’t really have much time,” explained Essien to the Daily Express.“He had to go straight into pre-season but he came in and bought some good players.“They’ve been doing very well and everyone is buying into his system and how he wants his players to play.“So yes, he’s been very good so far and hopefully they can continue like that until the end of the season.”
Nuno admits Wolves waiting for ‘special player’ amid Abraham interestby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo says the club will only sign a “special” player during the winter transfer window.A move for Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has been put on hold, although Wolves remain hopeful they will be able to sign the England international, who is currently on loan with Aston Villa.And Nuno says he will only bring in somebody who can dramatically change his team.”When you bring someone, you have to be careful what you bring,” he said.”It has to be something we don’t have already.”If someone comes, they have to bring something really, really special, because we already have something good.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Newcastle director Charnley in contract talks with four playersby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveNewcastle United managing director Lee Charnley is in the process of securing several players to new deals.The Evening Chronicle says four players are in contract talks with the club.Behind the scenes, the next few weeks and months will be crucial. Martin Dubravka is close to signing a new deal and Charnley has been in discussions with the representatives of the nucleus of the squad about extending their contracts.Matt Ritchie, Isaac Hayden and Fabian Schar’s contracts are all up in 2021.
zoomImage Courtesy: Teekay Corporation/Flickr Owner and operator of LNG carriers Teekay LNG Partners has secured a new charter contract for its LNG carrier, the 2009-built Magellan Spirit.The 3-year fixed-rate contract, secured with an integrated oil and gas company, is scheduled to commence during the summer of 2019.Concurrently, Teekay LNG extended the in-charter of the Magellan Spirit until the summer of 2022.With this deal “the partnership’s LNG carrier fleet is approximately 97, 93 and 92 percent fixed for the remainder of this year, 2020 and 2021, respectively, which further supports Teekay LNG’s expected earnings growth and continued deleveraging profile over the next few years,” Mark Kremin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Teekay Gas Group Ltd, said.Furthermore, Teekay GP LLC, the general partner of Teekay LNG Partners, has declared a cash distribution of USD 0.19 per common unit for the quarter ended March 31, 2019, representing a 36 percent increase over the previous quarter’s distribution.“Our new annual distribution of USD 0.76 per unit is supported by our diverse portfolio of long-term fixed-rate LNG contracts. Importantly, our new distribution level strikes a balance between providing a meaningful increase in returns to our unitholders, while simultaneously allowing Teekay LNG to continue along its existing delevering path,” Kremin added.
Known for his Emmy-winning roles playing curmudgeons, ranging from Lou Grant on The Mary Tyler Moore Show to Carl in the Pixar film UP, actor Ed Asner’s true character is that of a philanthropist and loving father who shared his passion for comic books with his children.Earlier this year, the legendary actor and founders Matt and Navah Asner opened The Ed Asner Family Center, to offer a host of programs, classes and therapy dedicated to promoting self-confidence in differently abled individuals. They plan to open in their new location in November.On Oct. 17, Heritage Auctions is hosting The Ed Asner Family Center Original Comic Art Charity Auction at HA.com/Asner. Today’s leading comic book artists, including Kevin Nowlan, Alex Ross, Jim Lee and more, have donated high-profile work for the online auction.“The Asner family have always been comic book fans,” said Matt Asner, Ed Asner’s son and President of The Ed Asner Family Center. “We thought, ‘What can we do to raise the eyebrows of people and highlight creativity?’ We are incredibly excited about doing an original art sale. The Ed Asner Center represents unleashing creativity, and what better way of illustrating this than the world of comics?”Matt Asner said the core values and programming of the Center are based around creation of an environment that shows the limitless potential of children with different levels of ability, including autism, Down syndrome and developmental delays. “The arts are so important for instilling self confidence in people,” he said.Matt Asner still remembers his father taking him to newsstands and bookstores while his father was a star on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. “I still remember the first comic book my father ever bought me,” Matt Asner said. “It was an Avengers reprint from 1970. He sees the great, creative atmosphere around comics. He gets it. He saw the creativity, the art and writing involved, and appreciated it.“We are honored to have 70 pieces of original art from some of the brightest stars in comics in this special auction that we feel could only be done through Heritage,” Asner adds.Artists donated both individual work and collaborations, including:Alex Ross; Adam Kubert, Tom Derenick, Danny Miki, Scott Hanna and Lary Stucker; Brent Anderson; Adam Hughes; Colleen Doran; Barry Crain; Dan Jurgens; Karine Charlebois; Cully Hamner; Eric Powell; Geof Darrow; Jerry Ordway; Jim Lee; Tom Raney and Scott Hanna; Jim Valentino and Steve Montano; José Luis García-López; Kelley Jones and Kevin Nowlan; John Cassaday; Mark Bagley and Andrew Hennessy; John Heebink and Aaron McClellan; Phil Hester; John Heebink and Fred Fredericks; Howard Chaykin; José Luis García-López; Lee Weeks; Karl Kesel; Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz; Michael Allred; Aaron Lopresti; Eduardo Risso; John Romita Jr.; Michael Cho; Barry Kitson; Bobby Rubio; Mike Hawthorne; Philip Tan; Steve Lieber, Mark McKenna and Robin Riggs; Mike Norton; Nicoletta Ceccoli; Ryan Sook; Ryan Stegman; Sandy Jarrell; Fernando Pasarin and Scott Hanna; Howard Porter and John Dell; Tom Everhart; Shawn Martinbrough; Adam Kubert; Sanford Greene; Sam Kieth; Jeff Parker; Tom Derenick; Mostafa Moussa; Danny Miki; Chris Samnee; Scott Hanna and Lary Stucker; Charles Schulz; Paul Pelletier and Sandra Hope; Bill Sienkiewicz; Igor Kordey and Scott Hanna; Paul Smith; Fabio Napoleoni; John Heebink and Don Hudson; Kelley Jones; Scot Eaton and Andrew Hennessy and Kevin Nowlan.“We are very thankful for the contributions of these artists and the time and friendship of Kevin Nowlan,” Matt Asner said. “Kevin was Superman, Batman and Doctor Strange on this project. We also wish to thank Albert Moy, Spencer Beck, Animazing Gallery and Kurt Busiek for their contributions, as well.”Select highlights include, Nowlan’s original cover art to Doctor Strange #19 (Marvel, 2017), the original cover art by Lee from Scooby Apocalypse #3 (DC, 2016) and variant cover original art by Cassaday for Captain America: Reborn #6 (Marvel, 2003), published in the popular six-issue series.Bidding opens Oct. 3 for The Ed Asner Family Center Original Comic Art Charity Auction and concludes Oct. 17 at HA.com/Asner. The Center also offers donors several giving levels and even explains how contributions support various programming. Donations may be made at EdAsnerFamilyCenter.org.
LAS VEGAS — The CES 2019 gadget show is revving up in Las Vegas. Here are the latest findings and observations from Associated Press reporters on the ground.THIS SHOW WON’T GO ONThe Trump administration has some ideas about the future of commercial drones and self-driving technology, but it won’t be sharing them at CES this week amid an ongoing partial government shutdown.CES organizers say U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao has cancelled a planned Wednesday keynote address at the Las Vegas tech conference.Her decision to skip the event came several days after Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, and several other scheduled federal government speakers told CES they wouldn’t be coming because of the shutdown.Chao had planned to speak about U.S. policies affecting drones and self-driving vehicles.FRESH BREAD, NO BAKERThat smell wafting through the CES show? Freshly baked bread.Wilkinson Baking Co. unveiled a 22-foot machine that can bake 10 loaves of bread every hour — no baker needed. But a human is needed to dump the ingredients into the machine, which then mixes them, forms the dough and starts baking. Someone also needs to slice the bread, although the company says it’s working on a way for the machines to do that, too.The BreadBot, as it’s called, is being pitched to supermarkets as a way to deliver fresh bread to shoppers who are increasingly worried about the ingredients in their foods. The machine is all glass, so customers can watch bread get made. They then select the loaf they want on a touch screen, sort of like a vending machine.Three local supermarkets are already testing it. The company says a couple of big chains have agreed to try it out soon, but it won’t say which.SMART BRAIs your bra dumb? An underwear company is pitching a solution to an age-old problem for women: finding a bra that actually fits.In the past, women could get help from an expert human in finding their right size. A simple measuring tape wouldn’t do, as it doesn’t reflect other factors such as the shape of a woman’s breasts. But these old-school “bra fitters” are hard to find these days.To address that, a company called Soma has added some circuits to a brassiere and connected it to an app.The Soma Innofit has four lines of circuitry hooked up to a circuit board in the back, which then connects to an app via Bluetooth. The smart $59 bra then recommends a bra — from Soma’s line, of course.The smart bra isn’t meant for regular wearing, though it could be used again if sizes change because of pregnancy or other factors. The company says people who don’t want to buy one can use it at a Soma store.CASH FOR KIDSHow do you teach children the value of money when there is no cash around?Pigzbe is offering an electronic cash device with a digital currency called Wollo. It connects to an app that explains how money is earned and spent. Parents can set tasks that children complete to receive Wollo currency.Trouble comes when your kid tries to spend Wollo at a store. The currency needs to be connected to a card to spend as real money in the real world.And to get Pigzbe, parents also have to fork out some real money — $99.___AP video journalist Jona Kallgren contributed to this report.Matt O’Brien And Joseph Pisani, The Associated Press
BC SPCA for its Fort St. John low-income spay and neuter program;Fort St. John & Area Senior’s Care Foundation for its 2019 Support for Seniors program;Northern British Columbia Volleyball Club for its skills camp.From the $800,000 fund, this is the ninth time grants have been awarded, which was established in September 2016. To date, $316,489 has been distributed to 34 projects.Applications for funding are accepted on an ongoing basis and funds are distributed quarterly over an eight-year period.For more information on the fund, including past recipients and application details, please visit sitecproject.com/gofund. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. -Three Peace Region non-profit groups will receive nearly $30,000 from BC Hydro through the Site C project’s Generate Opportunities (GO) Fund.Northern Development Initiative Trust administered the program that supports organizations that provide services to vulnerable groups, including children, families and seniors.The following are the most recent award recipients;
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – B.C. AdventueSmart has recently trained eight more search and rescue volunteers in Fort St. John from North Peace Search and Rescue, specifically training in ‘SAR Prevention’.According to Executive Director and B.C. Coordinator, Sandra Riches, for 15 years the AdventureSmart program has been increasing awareness for the reduction of SAR incidents with over 325 educators across the Province.“The AdventureSmart program started in B.C. 15 years ago to increase awareness for the reduction of SAR incidents and their severity of. We now have over 325 educators in B.C., who deliver the AdventureSmart programs at school, workplaces, on ski hills and at trailheads.” B.C. sees over 1,700 search and rescue incidents annually, with 80 SAR groups, consisting of 2,500 volunteers responding to those incidents.The goal of B.C. AdventueSmart is to increase awareness to help reduce the number and severity of incidents that happen each year.For more information, you can visit AdventureSmart’s website.
Ingredients Roasted Cashewnut 75 gm Roasted Almond Flakes 75 gm Tossed Oats 50 gm Tossed Sesame Seeds 25 gm Raisin 30 gm Dry Coconut Powder 25 gm Honey 150 gm Jaggery Syrup 180 gm Brown Sugar 50 gm Grated Carrot (boiled) 100 gm Also Read – PUMPKIN MASH, TAMATAR RASSABrown Sugar 20 gm Preparation Roast cashewnut, almond flakes, sesame seeds, and coconut powder – put all together in bowl. Mix honey, jaggery, brown sugar and cook until it dissolves properly. Fold the nut mix in the above mix. Fill the above mix in tray lined with butter paper. Put the sil-pad on the tray and roll it to make an even surface. Rest it for a day and cut it to desired shape. Top with glazed carrot and pumpkin seeds. (Courtesy: Chef Prem K Pogakula, Executive Chef, The Imperial, New Delhi)