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first_imgPDI-P Gerindra-Party megawati-soekarnoputri Prabowo-Subianto puan-maharani Sandiaga-Uno anies-baswedan 2024-presidential-election Log in with your social account Although it will be a while before the 2024 presidential election begins, the ruling Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) and the Gerindra Party have again showed close relations that may set the foundation for their future coalition.As the Constitution prevents President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo from running for a third term, the 2024 election will give political parties the opportunity to nominate their own members or support other prospective candidates.PDI-P chairwoman Megawati Soekarnoputri has kept close ties with Gerindra Party chairman Prabowo Subianto. She helped the former Army general who ran against Jokowi in last year’s election to reconcile with his former rival and join the government. Prabowo is also frequently seen at many PDI-P events. The latest was on Friday, in which both attended the inauguration of … Forgot Password ? Facebook Google Topics : Linkedin LOG INDon’t have an account? Register herelast_img read more


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first_imgPartnering with local public health agencies, community organizations, and the nonprofit community to expand Press Release,  Public Health As Pennsylvania plans to safely reopen the economy and recover from COVID-19, Governor Tom Wolf announced the creation of the Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps, a public service initiative that will support efforts this fall to increase testing and contact tracing and provide critical new job opportunities in the public health sector.“Our highest priority remains protecting public health and safety, but we must also look ahead to see how we can address future needs. To reopen our economy to its maximum potential, we will need to boost our ability to contain this highly transmissible virus,” Governor Wolf said. “The Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps will serve as a public service program that will expand our ability to conduct contact tracing and testing and mobilize Pennsylvanians to contain COVID-19.”The Wolf Administration’s continued measured and careful efforts to reopen Pennsylvania will depend on our ability to expand the availability of COVID-19 testing and develop a robust infrastructure to conduct surveillance and contact tracing. This work will allow Pennsylvanians to effectively monitor and respond to new cases and quantify mitigation efforts. It will help our phased reopening efforts while ensuring that the health care system does not become overwhelmed and that the transmission of disease continues to slow.As Pennsylvania plans to ramp up these efforts in the coming months, the Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps would bring these efforts to fruition by: May 06, 2020 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Pennsylvania’s existing testing and contact tracing initiatives;Leveraging additional resources to fund testing and contact tracing initiatives;Exploring creative ways to recruit experienced Pennsylvanians with health care and public health experience to support this initiative; andCoordinating existing resources deployed by the commonwealth, including community health nurses and county health departments who are currently conducting testing and contact tracing throughout the state.The Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps will also provide for a unique opportunity for Pennsylvania to recruit and train COVID-19-impacted dislocated and unemployed workers into public service for contact tracing roles, which would address Pennsylvania’s health and economic needs.To foster this new workforce, the Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps would:Engage partners in the workforce development system, existing allied health training programs, and AmeriCorps programs to build and strengthen a public health workforce across the commonwealth;Leverage existing workforce development resources to recruit, train, and connect the public health workforce with employment opportunities; andEngage public health and health care employers to connect trained workers with long-term career opportunities.“We have all made many sacrifices throughout this crisis and all we share a desire to move forward toward a healthier, safer and more prosperous future,” Governor Wolf said. “Through this public service initiative, Pennsylvanians will have opportunities in the months ahead to join a collective effort to ensure that we emerge from this pandemic a stronger commonwealth.”View this information in Spanish. Gov. Wolf Outlines Plans to Create Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps to Support Fall COVID-19 Recovery Effortslast_img read more


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first_imgThe rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.A BUYER with deep pockets is being offered the chance to become a neighbour to Billabong founder Gordon Merchant on a Tugun hilltop.Offers are being sought for a 2.616ha site that neighbours Merchant’s sprawling ridge line home and enjoys expansive views that take in the ocean.The land, approved for a large luxury house, last changed hands as part of a $2.8 million transaction in 1995.The rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.Brad Duncalfe, of Ray White Commercial GC South, yesterday said that the site offered exclusivity.“It’s got some of the best views and, of course, a private driveway.“This land’s perfect for someone looking for the ultimate in privacy, while still being close to the beach and services.”The property is being sold by Pacific International Properties, which is linked to Philippine businessman Philip Cea, a long-time Gold Coast property investor.Duncalfe said the Cea family two years ago had plans approved for a lavish 580sqm house and these plans were included in the sale offer.Merchant bought his 13.23ha property for $1.4 million in 1993 and went on to build his two-level home.When the Tugun bypass was built his access was in jeopardy until the State Government agreed to build a bridge over the new motorway section to service not only two properties but also the Woodgee walking trail.last_img read more


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first_img – Decision imminent – The German Football League (DFL) has presented “safeguards” in recent days, said Laschet, adding he “can imagine us returning to ‘ghost games’”. The backing of the premiers of Germany’s two most powerful states could prove to be crucial to the league as it mulls a resumption of the Bundesliga. A decision is imminent with a video conference due to be held on Thursday between the DFL and 36 clubs in the first and second divisions. While Germany began easing curbs and allowing smaller shops to open from Monday, large public events have been scrapped through to August 31. Germany’s Bundesliga could resume from May 9, regional leaders of the country’s biggest states said on Monday, although games can only take place without spectators to prevent coronavirus contagion. Markus Soeder, state premier of Bavaria which hosts champions Bayern Munich, said it remains “completely unimaginable to have spectators” in the stadiums given the need for social distancing to slow the virus spread. Bayern Munich players returned to training earlier this month while observing social distancing guidelines But “we could perhaps from May 9 play such a round of ‘ghost games’,” Soeder told Bild, using the German term “Geisterspiele” for matches played in empty stadiums. “A weekend with football is much more bearable than a weekend without football,” he added. Likewise, Armin Laschet, premier of North Rhine-Westphalia state which is home to Borussia Dortmund, said Germany’s top flight could resume “on condition that there is a thoroughly thought-out concept”.Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayThe Best Cars Of All Time9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo15 Most Astonishing Staircases In The World8 Most Beautiful Modern Chinese ActressesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth Borussia Moenchegladbach are planning to fill their stadium with cardboard cut-outs of fans when the season resumesIn the face of pressure from an industry anxious to get business going again, Laschet, who controls Germany’s biggest state by population, has pushed for more relaxations.But Soeder, who runs the biggest state by surface, has taken a more cautious stance, including keeping schools shut a week longer than elsewhere in Germany.German football was halted on March 13 to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Germany, which currently has 141,672 confirmed cases and 4,404 deaths as a result of the pandemic.The DFL is desperate for the season to be finished by June 30 to secure an instalment of television money, reportedly worth around 300 million euros ($326 million).It is hoping to get the green light from Angela Merkel’s national government for the top two tiers to resume next month – possibly on May 9 or 16.– Restart ‘unjustifiable’ –Earlier on Monday, German FA chief Fritz Keller insisted the Bundesliga could only resume next month behind closed doors, although a nationwide collective of fan groups voiced harsh criticism of the league returning.“The resumption of football, even in the form of ghost games, is not justifiable,” supporters’ group Fanszenen Deutschlands said in a statement.The group says it would be a “sheer mockery of the rest of society” and especially to those in Germany’s health system dealing with the pandemic.“We are very much aware that football without fans lacks its heart,” Keller told Kicker magazine, adding without the TV money “some fans might never be able to attend a game of their club again, because it might soon no longer exist.”Another issue that needs to be clarified is the testing of players and backroom staff every few days, should the league resume.Read Also: Real Madrid consider Chelsea star as Casemiro alternativeA reported 20,000 tests would be needed just for the season to be completed, and a leading politician who is also a scientist says football’s return during the pandemic sends the wrong message.“It would be wrong to use tens of thousands of tests for ‘ghost games’ when there is not enough testing for nursing homes and teachers,” Karl Lauterbach, a member of the Bundestag and a professor in epidemiology, wrote on Twitter.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more


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first_imgThe 59-year-old resident Jessie Decimino was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 5 a.m. on June 2, a police report showed.Decimino was listed as the No.10 most wanted person in Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office. The suspect was detained in the lockup cell of the E.B. Magalona municipal police station. BACOLOD City – The court recommended no bail bond for the temporary liberty of a rape suspect arrested in Barangay Canlusong, E.B. Magalona, Negros Occidental. The court recommended no bail bond for his temporary liberty./PN Police officers served the warrant issued by Judge Dyna Doll Chiongson-Trocio of the Regional Trial Court Branch 40 in Silay City dated Jan. 23, 2020.last_img


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first_imgDorothy M. Greenway, age 88 of Batesville, died Sunday, July 9, 2017 at her home.  Born May 31, 1929 in Greensburg, Indiana, she is the daughter of Frances (Nee Wenning) and Henry Haunert.  She married Richard Greenway December 11, 1976 in Covington Kentucky.  A home decorator, she also worked for Residential CRF and First Choice in Connersville and was a member of the Prell-Bland American Legion Ladies Auxiliary and the Batesville Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #1130.According to her family, “mom liked to play the slots”, so along with visits to the boats locally, trips to the Tunica Mississippi casinos were always a favorite.  Dorothy liked to golf, was an avid mushroom hunter, enjoyed boating and crocheted afghans as well.  While Dorothy was a good cook, whose meatloaf and mushrooms and noodles will be missed, her attraction to the QVC channel makes the kids chuckle.She is survived by her daughter Jane Walke of Batesville; sons Ron Bedel of Rushville, Indiana, Gerry Bedel of Guilford, Indiana, Doug Bedel of Batesville; sisters Mary Krekeler of Batesville, Annie Ricke of Greensburg; brothers Robert and Leo Haunert, both of Greensburg; ten grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.  In addition to her husband, she is also preceded in death by her sister Rita Litmer.Visitation is Wednesday, July 12th, from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home.  Funeral services will follow at 11:30 a.m. at St. Louis Church with Rev. Stan Pondo officiating.  Dorothy’s wishes were to be cremated following services so a private interment will be held.  The family requests memorials to the Batesville Rescue 10 Life Squad.last_img read more


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first_imgAnita L. Grehl, 72 of Dillsboro passed away January 24, 2018 at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati.  Anita was born January 20, 1946 in Cincinnati, OH the daughter of Eugene and Luella (Pfenning) Voegele. She married James Grehl November 26, 1970 and he survives. Anita was a homemaker.  She was a member of the St. Charles Catholic Church in Milan. She enjoyed collecting anything that dealt with pigs, crossword puzzles, cooking, traveling, gardening, Elvis fan and going on “Sister Day” and “Carma” Trips. Anita loved her family the most of all.Anita is survived by husband: Jim Grehl of Dillsboro; sons: Steve Grehl of Aurora; Bob Grehl of Dillsboro; brother: Gene, Jerry, Bob, Mike, and Brian Voegele. Sisters: Carol Greenwood and Sheila Lehrter.  6 Grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents, daughter and her brother: Denny Voegele.Funeral Mass will be 12 noon Monday January 29, 2018 at St. Charles Catholic Church in Milan with Father Frank Eckstein officiating.  Burial will be private for the family at West Chester Township Cemetery, West Chester, Ohio. Visitation will be from 10-11:30 a.m. also on Monday at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to St. Charles Catholic Church. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 707 South Main Street, P.O. Box 243 Milan, In 47031 (812)654-2141. Go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence for the family.last_img read more


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first_imgSENIORS Winston Missigher, Ashanti Scott and junior athletes Kezra Murray and Matthew McKenzie all scored wins at the first athletic event of the year, the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) second cross country run, which was held at Bay Rock, Linden last Sunday.Missigher edged out Nathaniel Giddings on home turf, for the men’s open win, while Marlon Nicholson took third place. Scott prevailed over Assata Eastman for the women’s open win. Cassie Kirton was for third.Both the open and juniors (Under-20) categories ran a distance of 8km. In the youth category there were a 3km run for Under-16 and a 1km race for Under-14.Murray and McKenzie respectively championed the girls’ and boys’ Under-20 groups. Coming in behind Kezra was Collia Rowe, while next in was Delicia Tinnitus.On the boys’ side McKenzie beat out Ricky Williams and Anfernee Headecker, who were second and third respectively.With a time of 15 minutes 22 seconds, Joanna Archer was first across the finish line in the girls’ Under-16 race, six seconds later Kissanna Glen crossed the line.Murphy Nash topped the boys’ Under-16 race with a time of 12 minutes 45 seconds, a race that Nicholas Daw took 13 minutes 26 seconds to complete. Mark Solomon managed in 15 minutes 20 seconds to make it to third place.For the Under-14, Joel Williams, Benel Ogle and Joshua Bennett took first to third, respectively for the boys.On the distaff side Aaliyah Headley, Kellannie Glen and Attoya Harvey were the first three across the finish line.Approximately 100 persons participated. The event was sponsored by the National Sports Commission (NSC) and beverage company Banks DIH under their Rainforest Waters and Powerade brands.last_img read more


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first_imgNigeria’s contingent to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro is to depart the country next Monjday, August 1.Special Assistant (Media) to the Minister of Youth and Sports, Nneka Ikem-Anibeze confirmed yesterday that Team Nigeria athletes and officials have been booked to leave for the South America nation on Ethiopia Airlines. The Games Village in Rio where the athletes are going to be camped during the global multi-sport fiesta opened on Sunday with officials of Australia complaining of lack of some infrastructure.The ministerial assistant also revealed that air tickets for foreign-based athletes are to be sent to them to join Team Nigeria in Brazil.“The Ministry of Youth and Sports is to send air tickets for the Rio Olympics to athletes by midweek.Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung, confirmed the development during a meeting with the president of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria AFN and staff of the Federation of Elite Athletes Department FEAD in Abuja yesterday.The minister had summoned both parties to establish the author of the email purportedly sent to athletes to buy their tickets to Brazil on behalf of the ministry.Dalung reiterated federal government’s commitment to ensure that Nigerian athletes are well taken care of ahead of the games, describing the e-mail as mischievous.“The author of that e-mail lacks the authority to write on behalf of the ministry or even the Federal Government of Nigeria. At no time did we ask our athletes to sought for funds to travel knowing too well that athletes are very fragile people to be managed.“There are so many things that come to play in determining their success. It’s not just skills, training and determination. The psychology of an athlete at the point of contest is also very important so if you ask them to look for money to buy air tickets, how sincere could you be in terms of planning for Rio.“The said letter which generated a lot of negative reactions is not the position of the ministry. We have a responsibility to transport our athletes to and from anywhere they are because they are on national assignment. Whosoever published that email and his motive will definitely be investigated,” Dalung said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more


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first_img Published on February 4, 2013 at 1:12 am Contact David: dbwilson@syr.edu | @DBWilson2 Tyler Rouse’s whole family wanted to him to play for Syracuse. He grew up an Orange fan living just miles away from the Carrier Dome. He fondly remembers going to football games, munching on Dome Dogs and taking in the atmosphere.So when an SU coach came to visit the running back during his senior year and invited him to a camp, it was an exciting proposition for the Baldwinsville, N.Y., native.But in the week leading up to the camp, Rouse received a phone call.“They called and said they couldn’t get over my size and they probably couldn’t really keep recruiting me,” Rouse said. “So, therefore, I didn’t end up going to the camp because I felt that I was unwanted and there was no need to go.”Despite totaling nearly 3,000 yards on the ground and 45 touchdowns during his senior season, Rouse had virtually no offers until last week. His Scout.com page is barren, his Rivals.com and ESPNU pages nonexisten. In a new age of recruiting, fueled by the Internet and television, there’s almost no evidence of the running back who rewrote the Central New York record books and put up unmatched numbers this season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWith two days remaining until National Signing Day, Rouse, New York’s Gatorade Player of the Year, remains undecided on his college future. Despite being one of the best to ever play in Central New York, Syracuse hasn’t made an offer. He had almost no interest from major conference schools until the past two weekends, when he traveled to a pair of undisclosed schools, including one in the Atlantic Coast Conference.The recruiting well ran so dry for Rouse that had a Football Championship Subdivision offered him a full scholarship as recently as three weeks ago, his high school coach Carl Sanfilippo said, he probably would have accepted.“Honestly, I was a little worried,” Rouse said, “but you can’t have that in mind.”He isn’t an imposing figure. He stands just 5 feet, 8 inches and is about 205 pounds. Under long sleeve clothing it’s impossible to tell that he overpowers defenders on the field.But he bulldozed his way to 2,977 yards and 45 touchdowns as a senior. The Bees finished 8-2 and won their division. Against division runner-up Fayetteville-Manlius, Rouse ran for 272 yards and four touchdowns. In all but two games, Rouse busted touchdown runs that stretched at least half of the field.He does his damage on the second level. While his speed is exceptional – he ran a 4.46 40-yard dash – he takes most of his carries between the tackles, rarely settling for edges. After he bursts through the defensive line, he can either overpower linebackers and defensive backs, or pull off devastating cuts to get around opposing defenders.For nearly two years, Rouse has trained with Vinny Scollo at VB Performance in Brewerton, N.Y. The 28-year-old trainer is gaining a reputation as one of the best and most innovative in the business.Traditional Olympic weightlifting is part of the workout routines he has for Rouse and the Baldwinsville football team. But most of Rouse’s work is resistance training and lifting on unstable surfaces, all to better the undersized back’s durability, endurance and movement. Even with opposing defenses keying on him, Rouse managed 33 rushes a game, while excelling on the defensive end as a linebacker, too.“When he came to me, I told him we need to make him as durable as possible and we need to make ready, to basically prepare him for overtime in every game,” Scollo said. “To where he is going to be that strong, and just as strong as the fourth as he is in the first quarter.”There are no attitude issues surrounding the running back either. He’s “a kid you want,” his high school coach said. He does volunteer work on his own.“You just can’t say enough about him,” Sanfilippo said. “Never been in trouble a day in this building, never been in trouble a day — that’s hard to find. He’s drug- and alcohol-free. He’s a kid who loves video games and loves football.”But for whatever reason, Syracuse, the university less than 15 miles down Interstate 690, remains distant. One of Rouse’s former teammates, Nick Robinson, is a guard for the Orange. His high school coach played for SU. But Rouse estimates he received only three letters from the Orange in his four years of high school.Even with the defections stemming from the recent coaching change – most notably running back Augustus Edwards from Staten Island, N.Y. – no one from new head coach Scott Shafer’s staff has come by with interest in the running back.“I don’t know if I can feel the same, like the passion and pride into them,” Rouse said. “If they win I’m pleased to hear, but I’m not going to go against them obviously, but there’s kind of like an ‘X’ there.”Both Rouse and his head coach feel confident that next season, he’ll be playing at one of the ACC schools he’s meeting with. He’ll get his chance against Syracuse, a chance to play in front of friends and family at the Dome, and a chance to play on television stations seen in his hometown.One comparison Sanfilippo uses for his running back is Ray Rice. Sanfilippo was on the coaching staff for the 2005 Governor’s Bowl, when the former New Rochelle (N.Y.) High School running back won MVP honors after rushing for 122 yards. In size, speed and physicality, Rouse is, in many ways, a spitting image of the current Baltimore Ravens back.There could be another similarity. Eight years ago, SU missed on Rice and the running back ended up starring for Rutgers and finishing seventh in 2006 Heisman Trophy voting during his sophomore season.Syracuse never beat the Scarlet Knights during the Rice era. Rouse now seems poised to go to a conference rival as well.“Would we have loved to have seen him at Syracuse? Yeah, we would have. No doubt, we would have. Didn’t happen,” Sanfilippo said. “ … Kids grow up around here, that’s where they want to play.”Tony Grosso is now retired, but coached in Central New York for 33 years and still regularly attends Rouse’s games. He’s seen players develop, leave the area and star elsewhere, even going to the NFL. But Rouse is one of a kind.“I haven’t seen a kid like that around this area ever, realistically,” Grosso said. “What do you got to have to play major college football?”Recently, Rouse said, he dreamed about playing against Syracuse in the Dome.It’d be a big moment in his career. His family always wanted a chance to see him play in the Dome, and even if SU never offered a scholarship, it’s his opportunity to prove that’s where he belonged.“I’m playing with all my heart that game, not that I’m not going to play with all my heart the other games, but I really — I’m going to feel that game something a little more than other games I’ll play,” Rouse said. “I would have a target on my schedule if that was the case because I feel like, maybe not that I deserve to go there or that they should offer me, but I feel like I should have been at least acknowledged a little more in the process.“Because I am like, right in the back yard and I barely got talked to and I got let up that easy.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more