Advertisement(photo credits: SEKDRIVE)Belgium will kick start their World Cup campaign when they meet the tournament newcomers Panama in Fisht stadium in Sochi.Belgium under the Leadership of Roberto Martinez will look to get off to a winning start with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku under their ranks.Panama on the other end will not be expected to much to make an impact this time around. But they will be looking to add to the series of upsets that have taken place so far this world cup.Here are the teams for the following match.TEAM NEWS // #BELPAN Thoughts on the line-ups? pic.twitter.com/ZcBE3uYytK— FIFA World Cup 🏆 (@FIFAWorldCup) June 18, 2018 Also Read: FIFA World Cup 2018: Stats of the Day – Day 4 Advertisementread more
AdvertisementThe 20-year old Honduran-American Teofimo Lopez continued his impressive run of form by producing his seventh career KO and taking his professional record to 10-0. The lightweight prospect knocked out veteran William Silva in the sixth round of Lopez’s first scheduled 10-rounder at Lakefront Arena in New Orleans. Lopez dropped Silva once apiece in the first, fifth and sixth rounds on the Regis Prograis-Juan Jose Velasco undercard.The referee stopped the fight 15 seconds into the sixth round, immediately after Silva went down for the third time in the fight.Lopez (10-0, 8 KO) was just too much in there for Silva, displaying why so many are high on him as a prospect. Lopez was cool, calm, and feeling himself in the ring as he blistered Silva with shots all over his body before finally putting him away. And in true Teofimo fashion, he celebrated in style.Brazil’s Silva (25-2, 14 KOs) hadn’t been knocked out before Lopez stopped him. His lone loss before opposing Lopez was a 10-round, unanimous-decision defeat to then-undefeated Felix Verdejo (23-1, 15 KOs) in February 2016 in The Theater at Madison Square Garden.With skills like that it looks like Teofimo Lopez is going to be the next superstar in Boxing.VIDEO-Video Playerhttps://www.sportsindiashow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/ZMxNGi_gZWito-RQ.mp400:0000:0000:18Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Advertisementread more
Students from India bagged six awards at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). The fair was organised by Intel Corporation and the Society for Science and Public in Arizona this month in the US.(Read: UGC to varsities: Award degrees on time or face consequences )Position holders and specialisation:New Delhi’s Shreyas Kapur (Modern School, Barakhamba Road) was declared grand winner of the ‘Google Thinking Big Award’. Kapur’s project titled ‘Cellphone-based Optometry using Hybrid Images’ also won him position 3 in National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Biomedical Engineering AwardArvind Krishna Ranganathan (Ecole Mondiale World School, Mumbai) won position 2 for his project titled ‘Deterministic Approach to the Position, Trajectory, and Collision Prediction of Particles within Bounded Two-Dimensional Environments’Position 3 was shared by Suhani Sachin Jain and Divya Kranthi (Centre Point School, Nagpur) in plant sciences for their project ‘Innovative Strategy using Endophytes for Effective Biocontrol of Insect Pests in Cotton”Vasudev Malyan (Maharaja Agarsain Public School , Delhi) bagged position 4 for “Novel Paper Sensor as a Diagnostic Test for Multiple Sclerosis”. An award worth $1000 was also granted to each winner’s school and the affiliated fair they represented(Read: Punjab Board Class 10 Result 2016 declared: Check your scores at pseb.ac.in )About the Indian Students who participatedSixteen students from India were a part of this fair. They won a total of $9,500 prize amountA total of six awards were won by the Indian students, three of which were grand awards and other three were special awardsThe sixteen Indian students were selected as finalists of the Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science (2016) The IRIS featured more than 1700 young scientists selected from 419 affiliate fairs in 77 countries Here is a list of fields that students were awarded for:advertisementBiotechnologyMedicineBiomedical EngineeringMathematicsClick here for more updates form India Today Educationread more
Bayern Munich midfielder Leon Goretzka is expecting a mixed reception when he returns to former club Schalke for the first time on Saturday.The Germany international, who joined Bayern on a free transfer in June, is looking forward to going back to Gelsenkirchen after being pencilled in for a starting spot.However, Goretzka does not anticipate receiving the same positive reaction from supporters which Bayern team-mate Renato Sanches enjoyed at Benfica in the Champions League in midweek. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! “I think it will be similar to my departure,” Goretzka told Kicker. “There are two camps, the ones who wish you the best and who have understood my change a bit, and the others who are expressing their dissatisfaction. It will be the same on Saturday.“I guess it will not be quite like Renato’s (return to Benfica).”For sure this is a special game for me. Personally, I’m just looking forward to coming back to Gelsenkirchen and seeing the old boys again.” “I arrived here very well, had very good, intense weeks to start, I am doing very well, I feel accepted.” Goretzka’s only start of the season so far came in a 3-0 win at Stuttgart on September 1, but Bayern coach Niko Kovac confirmed the player will face his old club.Kovac, who left Goretzka out of his squad for the subsequent victory over Bayer Leverkusen and then used him as a late substitute in the Champions League win against Benfica, said the 23-year-old had done enough to earn a start this weekend.”Leon Goretzka is playing well so far,” Kovac told reporters.”He has integrated well in the team. I’m convinced that he will do well tomorrow and will be in the starting 11.Kovac wants his side to put in another dominant performance against Schalke, but admitted it will be a tough assignment for his players.”Against Schalke we want to pick up where we left off last week against Leverkusen. I’m expecting an aggressive, intensive match.”If we play our best, we can win this game too. Otherwise it will be difficult.”Kovac will hope Goretzka can emulate team-mate Sanches by scoring against his old employers, with the Portuguese midfielder netting against Benfica on Wednesday.Sanches scored Bayern’s second in the 2-0 triumph as he made his first start for the German champions since May 2017.Kovac praised Sanches and gave a positive assessment of his squad’s fitness ahead of the trip to Gelsenkirchen.”Renato did very well against Benfica. He justified the faith we have put in him and he will play regularly in the coming weeks.””Every player that went to Lisbon is fit. The only absentees from the squad are [Kingsley] Coman, Rafinha and [Corentin] Tolisso. Otherwise everyone is fit and will be available tomorrow.”read more
Ashleigh Barty was being rallied on by the crowd at Melbourne Park as she was putting five-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova during their fourth round match at Australian Open on Sunday.Ashleigh Barty was staring at a defeat she was down a game in the second set after losing the first but the 22-year-old Australian won nine straight games, thanks to some ordinary serving by Maria Sharapova. The Russian superstar though made a spirited fightback only to lose the match 4-6, 6-1, 6-4.Barty was filled with delight as it has been a good two days for the young tennis star. Her former Big Bash League team, Brisbane Heat had made it to the final of the ongoing season on Saturday. Yes, you read that right.Barty had played an entire season of BBL for the Brisbane Heat in 2015-16 after she had taken a break from professional tennis in 2014.”I think I was pretty wrapped yesterday… the Heat girls made the final… the WBBL final next week but that was a hell of an afternoon yesterday but this is unreal, playing on this beautiful court in front of a packed house, there is nothing better,” Barty, who became the first Australian woman to reach the quarter-final of the Grand Slam at home in 10 years, said on Sunday. Cricket Australia/Getty ImagesBarty, who had claimed the limelight when she won the junior Wimbledon title as a 15-year-old, found a lot of success in doubles in 2013 wherein she had reached three of the four Grand Slam finals with Casey Dellacqua.advertisementHowever, in 2014, a 20-year-old Barty had announced she was taking an indefinite break from tennis in a bid to avoid travelling often and spend more time with her family. In her time away from the sport, she had got in touch with one of her former physios who also worked in the BBL to get a trial with the Brisbane Heat.After impressing in the trials, Barty made her debut for the BBL team in 2015-16 season and impressed straightaway, scoring 39 off 27, including a huge six, in her league debut. She also played a List A game for Queensland women in 2015 in Adelaide.However, Barty made a strong comeback to tennis after an 18-month break in 2016. Ever since, the 22-year-old has grown from strength to strength as she won three titles, including the WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai last year. She also reached her career-high ranking of 15 in 2018.The most famous victory of her young career.Congratulations, @ashbar96 #AusOpen pic.twitter.com/MEvPFeKZc7#AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 20, 2019Barty will next face two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open on Tuesday. The 22-year-old lost the final in Sydney to the former world number two but is hopeful of giving her best in what will be the biggest match of her nascent career.”It doesn’t get any easier at all, it’s just another challenge and I’ll try to come out and play my best tennis.”Also Read | Australian Open: World No.1 Simona Halep ready to face Serena WilliamsAlso Read | Australian Open: Former champion Angelique Kerber stunned in fourth roundread more
College basketball How Duke became Black America’s most hated team: the perception of white privilege Share on Messenger … we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many new organisations, we have chosen an approach that allows us to keep our journalism accessible to all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford. But we need your ongoing support to keep working as we do.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism, to maintain our openness and to protect our precious independence. Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. news Share on LinkedIn Read more Virginia will play the winner of Sunday’s Kentucky-Auburn game in the Final Four on Saturday in Minneapolis. Meanwhile, Texas Tech reached the Final Four for the first time in school history. The third seeded Red Raiders defeated No1 seed Gonzaga 75-69 in the West Regional final. Jarrett Culver, the Big 12 Player of the Year, led the Red Raiders with 19 points. Matt Mooney scored 17 and Davide Moretti added 12 for Texas Tech. The Red Raiders will play the Duke-Michigan State winner next Saturday in Minneapolis.Rui Hachimura scored 22 points, Brandon Clarke scored 18 and Josh Perkins added 16 for Gonzaga. The Zags led 37-35 at halftime after a first half that featured nine ties and nine lead changes. Moretti hit a three-pointer with just under four minutes remaining to put the Red Raiders up 63-58. He drained another three with 1:46 to play that gave the Red Raiders a six-point lead.With about a minute to play and Tech ahead by six, Tech’s Tariq Owens blocked a three-pointer by Hachimura, then saved the ball to a teammate. Replays showed Owens was out of bounds before the save, but the play was not reviewable. Tech’s Brandone Francis made one of two free throws to make it a seven-point lead with 52 seconds to play. Share on Facebook Topics College sports NCAA tournament 2019 Support The Guardian NCAA tournament Virginia are heading to the Final Four for the first time since 1984. Kyle Guy had 25 points and 10 rebounds as the top-seeded Cavaliers withstood a brilliant performance from Purdue’s Carsen Edwards and beat the third-seeded Boilermakers 80-75 in overtime. Virginia forced the overtime on a buzzer beater from Mamadi Diakite. With Purdue trailing by one in overtime, Edwards missed a three-pointer with nine seconds remaining and Virginia got the rebound. Virginia’s Kyle Guy made two free throws with five seconds remaining to put the Cavaliers up by three. The Boilermakers turned the ball over when they tried to bring the ball upcourt, and the Cavaliers made two more free throws to advance. Etan Thomas Share on Twitter Since you’re here… US sports Reuse this content Share on Pinterest Share on WhatsApp Share via Emailread more
Bryan Adams is the latest star to cancel a show in protest over new LGBT laws.“Mississippi has passed anti-LGBT ‘Religious Liberty’ bill 1523. I find it incomprehensible that LGBT citizens are being discriminated against in the state of Mississippi,” he wrote in a statement. “I cannot in good conscience perform in a State where certain people are being denied their civil rights due to their sexual orientation. Therefore I’m cancelling my 14 April show at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum. Using my voice I stand in solidarity with all my LGBT friends to repeal this extremely discriminatory bill. Hopefully Mississippi will right itself and I can come back and perform for all of my many fans. I look forward to that day.”The news follows the cancelation of Bruce Springsteen’s show in North Carolina over the weekend.read more
Madonna is asking fans to help celebrate her 60th birthday by raising money for Raising Malawi.The star hopes to raise $60,000 before her birthday on August 17.“I have an unwavering commitment to providing vulnerable children with a loving home,” said Madonna. “For my birthday, I can think of no better gift than connecting my global family with this beautiful country and the children who need our help most. Every dollar raised will go directly to meals, schools, uniforms and healthcare. I want to come together with my friends, fans and supporters to change the lives of Malawian children and let them know they are nurtured, protected and loved. Through their generous commitment to this organization, Ripple will match each dollar donated to this campaign.”The fundraiser will run from July 30 through August 31 and utilizes Facebook’s charitable giving tools, which charge no processing fees, meaning 100% of every contribution goes directly to Raising Malawi’s work at Home of Hope orphanage, located in a rural, high-need area of Malawi.To find out more and donate, click here.read more
Redshirt sophomore Jake Hanes (16) jumps up to an incoming ball at the game against George Mason on Jan. 18 at St. John Arena in Columbus. Credit: Ethan Clewell | Senior ReporterThe Ohio State men’s volleyball team took on McKendree on Sunday, the second of a two-match home series, hoping to build on its Friday victory against the Bearcats. But the Buckeyes came up short, falling in five sets, 25-23, 19-25, 22-25, 25-22 and 10-15. The Buckeyes (6-12, 2-6 MIVA) struggled to keep the ball in play for much of the night, totalling 47 combined errors to McKendree’s 36. Of the five sets, only the first and the third had lead changes, while the final two sets saw just a single tied score. Two aces gave McKendree an early 3-1 advantage in the fifth set, but kills by freshman outside hitter Sean Ryan and sophomore outside hitter Jake Hanes brought the Buckeyes within one, 4-3. The Bearcats responded with a resounding five-point run, featuring an ace and three Ohio State errors, giving McKendree a 9-3 advantage. The Buckeyes used an error and an ace by Hanes to bring the score to 9-5, but the Bearcats wouldn’t relinquish their lead, killing the next two points and adding another ace en-route to a 15-10 set victory and taking the match, 3-2. The Bearcats totalled seven aces on the night, four of which came in the final set. Head coach Pete Hanson said errors kept the Buckeyes from challenging McKendree. “It’s a game of managing your errors as much as anything,” Hanson said. “We just didn’t do a good job of that at times when we needed to.” Not taking errors into account, the Buckeyes performed on par offensively with their performance on Friday, killing 58 balls and serving up six aces. Hanes led the Buckeyes with 22 kills and 10 digs, adding an ace and four block assists. The Bearcats were led by junior opposite hitter Zach Schnittker, who racked up 14 kills, two aces, five digs and four block assists. Ohio State opened the fourth set with an ace by junior setter Andrew Hillman as well as a kill and an ace by Ryan for a 5-1 advantage. Ohio State’s lead ballooned to as many as seven, but a late push by the Bearcats featuring back-to-back kills by sophomore outside hitter Patrick Ross cut the lead to 23-21. Attempting to force a fifth set, the Buckeyes would not be denied, using a kill by redshirt senior Blake Leeson and a block by Hillman and sophomore middle blocker Austin Gerwig to put the set away, 25-22. Hillman finished with 26 assists, two kills and two aces. Hillman spent the beginning of this season out with an injury he sustained in December during training, and he said he felt comfortable in his first match of the season. “The guys were very accepting of me being on the court, especially after being out for two months,” Hillman said. “They definitely picked me up and gave me a lot of energy.” Ohio State jumps back into nonconference play against No. 6 UCLA at 8 p.m. on Friday and USC at 11 p.m. on Saturday in Los Angeles.read more
Game designers have it rough these days as producers are looking for the next Call of Duty franchise, Angry Birds, or Halo. So, most developers that are pitching a new/quirky title are denied funding. At least that was the case until Kickstarter began successfully funding crowd-sourced projects — projects that appeal to gamers, funded by gamers.Tim Schafer’s Double Fine Adventure Kickstarter (recently revealed as “The Cave“) was the first to receive an unprecedented amount of support: $3,336,371 of funding from a total of 87,142 backers. Wasteland 2 was the next big project that came to Kickstarter, which also received a huge backing from 61,290 people and $2,933,252 to support it. And while these funding projects are already pioneers for the Kickstarter cause, I hate to think what would happen if one of these projects (or both) was an utter failure.Put aside your optimistic outlook for a moment, and imagine that you invested your hard-earned money into one of these games (or maybe you actually did). Next, imagine receiving this game after waiting months and it stinks; on Metacritic’s scale it’s a 50 or less. What happens?Breaking down the pitchesThe one thing about Kickstarter is also a weakness: it puts the power of investing in the hands of the people. It’s not that people don’t know what they want, it’s recognizing the difference between a project that has a higher chance of delivering what they want versus one that might not.When I first saw Double Fine’s Kickstarter project I was amused and drawn in by Schafer’s quirky video. But that’s all it was: a quirky video asking for money from fans to build an adventure game because he’s Tim Schafer. To his credit, he has a reputation for consistently making great games. But if this were the television show Shark Tank the investors would have looked at him with a sideways stare and denied him funding because all he has to recommend him is his reputation.Brian Fargo of the Wasteland 2 Kickstarter at least told potential investors what his game was all about, as well as backing his promises up with a resume that shows experience. He clearly has a vision for this game and has worked in directing, programming, and producing roles. But when you take a peak at the recent work his studio InXile Entertainment has done, you begin to see a list of games that did not perform very well.Know what you are getting intoPutting down the minimum $15 for Wasteland 2 gave investors the chance to 1) be a part of something new and revolutionary and 2) pre-order the game. But in doing so, there’s a risk of your investment not being returned. Kickstarter isn’t held liable to return your money on a project that hasn’t delivered your reward, and neither is the developer beyond being expected to offer a refund if a project won’t be completed.To some extent investors could be compared to gamblers: it’s understood that once they lay down that money there’s a good chance it won’t be returned. Everyone who invests in a Kickstarter should consider his or her money gone the minute the project is successfully funded, because it is. That might seem logical, but it’s not the mindset of most investors.Most, if not every person, who invested in Tim Schafer’s adventure game and Wasteland 2 are still in the honeymoon phase — waiting for the day when the game is finished and a copy arrives in the mail. But regardless of which game it is, or some other high-profile Kickstarter project that drops the ball, it’s bound to happen eventually. And when it does happen, the Internet will come down on Kickstarter and developers with a fiery wrath usually reserved for the Mass Effect 3 and Star Wars forums.A high-profile failure might be what the community needs to adjust to this new funding model so members (and gamers) understand that Kickstarter isn’t responsible for your money or investments, you are.read more
Davar says, “We don’t look at this as an adversarial situation. If the formal cease and desist we received from the big publishing companies yesterday was a one-line email from the world’s smallest blogger, we would treat it exactly the same: we would switch the content from reading mode to web view mode. That’s it. This is not our legal position, it’s just our policy. Zite is eager to work with publishers in a way that benefits everyone – most importantly end users.” A week after the app was launched, Davar said there were no official partnerships with publishers yet – though he said many were in the works. Zite, the app that gathers content according to a user’s interests and behaviors to form a personalized web magazine, has run into legal issues abound from major publishers such as Washington Post, Associated Press, Getty Images, Time and Dow Jones.Yesterday, publishers sent Ali Davar, CEO of Toronto-based Zite, a cease-and-desist letter. They claimed copyright infringement and misuse of intellectual property. Zite works with user behaviors, tracing patterns through authors read, length of articles consumed, Twitters feeds and oft-searched topics. Users can give a “thumbs up” to relevant content, and dismiss content that does not fit their interest.Zite will often bring in entire article from original sources – and will leave out advertising. Publishers also claimed that there is false implication they are affiliated with Zite. read more
Bigg Boss 13 contestants list leaked.ColorsAt a time when a lot of speculations are being made regarding the names of Bigg Boss 13 contestants, we have dug out the list of celebrities who are most likely to be part of the show this season.A source close to the show has revealed the names of the celebrity contestants, who have been approached for the show, and have also agreed to be a part of Bigg Boss 13.As many as 23 people, including some well-known celebs, have been shortlisted for the controversial show. Out of these 23, the final 13 contestants will be signed after July 30.Although some of the celebrities mentioned in the list denied being approached or being part of the show, it is apparently because they are not allowed to announce their participation as per their contract.”Zareen Khan recently tweeted saying that she is not joining Bigg Boss 13, but actually she will be a part of it. She had to deny the rumours as BB makers do not want the names to be out so soon,” the source said.Bigg Boss 13 will witness contestants hailing from Bollywood to Television industry, from modelling to fashion hub and others too. Below is the list of Bigg Boss 13 contestants, whom you will most probably see this season on the show:1. Zareen khan (Bollywood actress)2. Chunky Pandey (Bollywood actor)3. Rajpal Yadav (Bollywood actor)4. Warina Hussain (Indian model)5. Devoleena Bhattacharjee (Female television star)6. Ankita Lokhande (Indian actress)7. Rakesh Vashisth (Television actor)8. Mahika Sharma (controversial actress)9. Danny D (Male porn star)10. Jeet (Bengali super star, Bigg Boss Bangla host)11. Chirag Paswan (Politician, former actor)12. Vijender Singh (Boxer, actor)13. Rahul Khandelwal (Model)14. Himansh Kohli (Model and actor)15. Mahima Chaudhary (Former Bollywood actress)16. Meghna Malik (TV actress)17. Mahaakshay Chakraborty (Mithun Chakraborty’s son, actor)18. Dayanand Shetty (CID fame actor)19. Faizy Boo (makeup artist/LGBTQ)20. Ritu Beri (Fashion designer)21. Sonal Chauhan (Singer, model)22. Fazilpuria Rahul Yadav (Singer)23. Siddharth Shukla (Actor)The makers of Bigg Boss 13, that will be hosted by Salman Khan, have done away with the previous format of including a mix of celebs and commoners on the show. They decided to have only popular celebrities on board this time, which might be a good thing for the show. Bigg Boss 13 is expected to start in September.read more
The Supreme Court (SC) on Wednesday extended for five more weeks the stay on the High Court (HC) order that declared illegal running mobile courts by executive magistrates, reports UNB.A four-member bench of the Appellate Division led by acting chief justice Abdul Wahhab Miah passed the order.The apex court came up with the order as the state represented by attorney general Mahbubey Alam pleaded six more weeks’ extension.Earlier on 10 October, the apex court extended its stay on the ban on executive magistrate-run mobile courts, validating its operation for three more weeks.Earlier on 11 May, the High Court declared illegal of the operation of mobile court by the executive magistrate and later on 14 May after hearing on a government appeal the chamber judge stayed until 18 May.On 21 May, the SC adjourned the verdict of the High Court till 2 July.Later, the SC extended the time for several times.read more
Jayne fought Staffordshire Moorlands District Council to overturn the decision. (Image: Stoke Sentinel) Jayne originally appealed the decision through the council, but found her initial plea rejected – only for the authority to backtrack and cancel the fine. “I eventually received a letter saying the council was dropping the fine,” she added. “I had been let off. It’s good news for me but, for anyone else in this situation, it might not be as good. Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. For the very latest updates on roads including the M6, A500, A50 and more, visit our dedicated traffic and travel news channel here. We also run a live news feed each weekday, which you can access on our website’s homepage from 7am to 9pm from Monday to Friday. And for more as-we-get-it updates on the roads across the region and beyond, join The Sentinel’s traffic and travel Facebook group here. “When you’re going to the doctors, the last thing you think about is your car. I think a medical centre needs some sort of free parking.” A Staffordshire Moorlands District Council spokesman said: “Following a review of the circumstances, the council has, on this occasion, decided to cancel the parking charge, but respectfully reminded Mrs Fairhurst that she must allow adequate parking time for appointments in the future.” Jayne Fairhurst ended up with a parking ticket after parking outside the doctors. (Image: Stoke Sentinel) When she left, she found a traffic warden slapping a ticket on the car and says she even showed them the gauze from where the blood test had been done. The incident happened on May 16. Now she has successfully appealed the charge through Staffordshire Moorlands District Council. Read MoreCould motorists in North Staffordshire soon be fined for driving 1mph above the speed limit? Jayne, from Springfield Road in Biddulph, said: “I woke up in the morning in pain, having only finished three weeks of breast cancer treatment, so I went to the doctor straight away. I put 60p in the machine and went in. “The doctor decided to send me for some tests, but I was late out. I was 13 minutes late and saw a warden ticketing my car. I showed them the gauze, but they continued anyway. “I came home upset and said I wasn’t paying it. The problem is people going to the doctors have to pay, but don’t know how long they will be. If I had to go to the hospital, I would have left my car. Who knows how many tickets I would have then? “I can’t see this being the first time. I could have parked at Sainsbury’s, but was in pain so couldn’t walk very far.” Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailMotorist Jayne Fairhurst received a parking fine after staying 13 minutes over because her doctor wanted to take an emergency blood test. The 50-year-old had recently finished treatment for breast cancer, but woke up feeling unwell, so she decided to visit her GP at Biddulph Health Centre in Wharf Road. She only had 60p in her purse, but believed she would be out of the surgery within an hour. read more
Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite A head-on collision took place this evening (July 29) in Centenary Road.Two light motor vehicles – a Toyota Yaris and a VW Polo – were involved in the crash.Emergency officials responded to the scene.A 15-month-old baby was injured, as well as a woman in the Yaris and a man in the Polo. The injured were transported to hospital.read more
Ocwen Financial Corporation, announced on Thursday that members of the Company’s home retention team will be at an upcoming Nevada Hardest Hit Fund borrower outreach event in Las Vegas to discuss potential loan modification options with families having trouble making their mortgage payments.The event, coordinated by the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation will be held from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at Legacy High School in North Las Vegas. Registration for the event is not required and all services will be free.“Ocwen collaborates proactively with states to ensure that our customers are aware of the variety of mortgage assistance programs that are available,” said Jill Showell, SVP, Government and Community Relations at Ocwen. “We are excited about our ongoing work with the Nevada Hardest Hit Fund to help families access available resources and explore mortgage solutions to better afford their homes. We strongly urge Ocwen customers in Nevada to attend this event.”Nevada homeowners whose loans were serviced by Ocwen benefited from $3.6 million of Nevada Hardest Hit Fund assistance since October 2011. In an effort to increase the number of families able to access these resources, Ocwen has collaborated with the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation to develop a targeted mailing campaign to share information about HHF programs with potentially eligible Ocwen customers.“Even after 10 years the impact of the financial crisis is still being felt by many homeowners across Nevada,” said Verise Campbell, CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation. “Working with trusted servicers like Ocwen is critical to helping Nevada families remain in their homes and part of their community. This important event will offer borrowers the opportunity to ask questions, get answers and clearly understand their options for a possible mortgage solution to address their unique circumstance.” Ocwen Assists Nevada’s Hardest Hit Homeowners in News Share Nevada Ocwen 2018-09-21 Seth Welborn September 21, 2018 445 Views read more
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