Browsing:

Tag: 爱在上海 张水成

‘CLOSED SEASON’ Visayan Sea fishing ban starts

first_img* Roxas City,Pilar, Pontevedra, President Roxas in Capiz; “Bawal gid angpagbaligya, pagbakal, position kagpagpanguha sang amo na nga species sang isda forthree months kay may penalties ka kon madakpan kaw,” Aparristressed. * E.B.Magalona, Victorias City, Manaplan, Sagay, Cadiz City, and Escalante City inNegros Island; The amended administrative orderspecifies the prohibitions and the corresponding penalties for the violatorslike imprisonment for six months to six years and fine of P6,000, depending onthe gravity of the offense. BFAR-6 director Remia Aparri said thethree-month period has been marked as the spawning season of pelagic fish species. The Visayan Sea, one of the country’slargest fishing grounds, is surrounded by the islands of Cebu and Negros to thesouth; Masbate to the north; Panay to the west; and Leyte to the east. According toAparri, all stakeholders should know of the significant intentions ofimplementing this policy. * Seas innorthern Iloilo from Barotac Nuevo towards Carles; “Nagapakita nga amoni ang period sang breedingor spawning season sang tatlo ka species nga isda. So, dapati-allow naton ang magagmay nga mga isda para magdalagku and i-allow natonang nagabusong, nagabihod nga isda para mag-contribute sang population dirasang isda sa Visayan Sea,” explained Aparri, citingscientific studies. ILOILO – Catching, trading, selling, andmarketing of sardines, herring and mackerel in the Visayan Sea are prohibitedfor three months. center_img According toAparri, the three-month fishing ban covers the following areas: The Bureau of Fisheries and AquaticResources (BFAR) in Western Visayas has enforced the “closed season” on Friday.The ban will end on Feb. 15 next year. “Nagapanawaganako liwat sa tanan nga stakeholders, sa aton mangingisda kag saaton nga local government units nga magbuylog anay kita forthree-months nga indi kamo magpanguha da sang involve nga fishspecies,” hambal ni Aparri. * BantayanIsland in Northern Cebu She enjoined local governmentofficials and coastal communities to cooperate with the bureau in its effort toconserve and protect the existing marine species at the Visayan Sea. “Very critical nga kon ma-manage or mapatumannaton ang  FAO No. 167-3 ngaamo ni closed season kayma-ensure naton nga maga-damoang amo ni klasi sang isda after three months and this willsupport sang aton population for fish for this generationand future generation,” she added. Aparri said they have intensifiedinformation drive by educating fishermen on the salient provisions of theFisheries Administrative Order (FAO) 167-3, the policy that establishes theannual closed season at the Visayan Sea. The BFAR-6chief also enjoined commercial fishing vessel operators to comply with thepolicy and avoid encroaching on the portion where fishing of the pelagicspecies has been banned./PNlast_img read more


Reds rocked by Hull defeat

first_img The Reds were without the prolific Daniel Sturridge as he began what could be a stint of up to eight weeks on the sidelines after suffering ankle ligament damage in training on Friday. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers had recalled Victor Moses and Raheem Sterling, the latter making his first start since October 5, but they proved inadequate replacements for Sturridge and Liverpool’s consolation, a first-half equaliser, came from the more reliable source of a Steven Gerrard free-kick. Press Association Hull had gone ahead through Livermore’s first of the season, via another Skrtel deflection, and took a deserved lead when Meyler buried a low shot in the 72nd minute. Rodgers’ side lost all sense of shape as they attempted to retrieve the game and conceded a third when Tom Huddlestone’s off-target effort was nodded home by Skrtel. For Hull, it was a memorable afternoon and a season’s best performance – just the boost required after last week’s defeat to lowly Crystal Palace. Hull had started the day by digesting another round of inflammatory comments from owner Assem Allam. His proposals to rebrand the club as Hull Tigers led to the formation of an opposing “City Till We Die” fans’ group and Allam told a Sunday newspaper that members of it could “die as soon as they want”. With the match just a couple of minutes old supporters in the East Stand gave their response, chanting: “We’re Hull City, we’ll die when we want.” The match itself quickly settled into a pattern of Liverpool going forward and Hull clearing their lines. The Reds forced three corners in the first six minutes, but the hosts stood up well to Gerrard’s delivery. There were hints that Hull were not going to be completely passive, though, Yannick Sagbo and Livermore creating a promising counter-attack in the 14th minute only for Robert Koren to linger too long over a final ball. Nevertheless, it was still a major surprise when Hull went ahead six minutes later. Moses was culpable, giving the ball away to Ahmed Elmohamady when trying to attack from the back and bringing Livermore into the game. He exchanged a quick one-two with Meyler, advanced on goal and saw his 20-yard strike loop past Simon Mignolet via a heavy deflection off Skrtel. Hull’s game plan would surely have been to grit it out until half-time with their lead intact but with 26 minutes gone Curtis Davies felled the advancing Jordan Henderson and offered Liverpool the most inviting of free-kicks. Luis Suarez appeared interested but Gerrard pulled rank. It was a decision he would not regret, bending the ball brilliantly past Allan McGregor after Skrtel pulled away from the wall to create a gap for the shot. The leveller settled Liverpool and both Gerrard and Suarez began to play with greater freedom as they probed Hull for further openings. Yet they did not muster a shot of note between them until the stroke of half-time when Suarez hit an unusually tame effort from Sterling’s clever through ball. Moments earlier Hull winger Robbie Brady was booked for diving as he tumbled in the penalty area despite Lucas Leiva making no apparent contact. Liverpool started the second period shakily, Kolo Toure at times resembling an accident waiting to happen at the back. The impetus was still on them to win the game but Moses and Sterling were offering little cutting edge in support of Suarez. Hull threatened on the hour when Davies headed a Brady free-kick a yard wide of Mignolet’s goal and the momentum began to tilt in the home side’s favour. Huddlestone almost capped an impressive performance with a neat touch and shot from the edge of the area and Hull pressed home their advantage at the next attempt. Meyler was the scorer, driving into the bottom corner after his initial strike was blocked by Toure, but Davies, Sagbo and Livermore all had a hand in the build-up. Just before the goal McGregor made a brave close-range save to deny Moses, a contribution just as vital to the cause. Liverpool went to pieces in the last 15 minutes, frequently leaving themselves exposed as they threw numbers forward. A third goal seemed inevitable and came when Sagbo met a hopeful punt from the back and held the ball up long enough for Huddlestone to arrive in the box. His chance to finally end a long goal drought – and go for the haircut he has promised to have when he next scores – was not taken as his shot looked to be heading well wide until Skrtel intervened and left Mignolet stranded. Liverpool lost ground on table-topping Arsenal as strikes from Jake Livermore and David Meyler, as well as a Martin Skrtel own goal, handed Hull a surprise 3-1 victory at the KC Stadium.last_img read more


BiH handball team plays against Austria today

first_imgBiH handball team will play a match with Austria in the match of qualifications for the European Championship, reports radiosarajevo.baThe match will be played in Visoko at 5 p.m. and referees of the match will be Jiri Opava and Pavel Valek from the Czech Republic.On 15 June BiH is playing the last match of  qualifications against Serbia.last_img


England teenagers to target Fairhaven team titles

first_img27 Apr 2017 England teenagers to target Fairhaven team titles A dozen of England’s leading young players will make up mixed teams for the Nations Cup competition at next week’s Fairhaven Trophies. The international U18 championship will be played over 72 holes at Fairhaven Golf Club, Lancashire, from 5-7 May. The team event takes place over the first 36 holes, with the best two scores from three counting in each round. The players in the four England teams are all members of England Golf squads.They are: Team One: Michael Gilbert, 16, (Chelmsford, Essex), Harry Goddard, 17, (Hanbury Manor, Hertfordshire) and Lily May Humphreys, 15, (Stoke by Nayland, Essex). All three are England U18 internationals. Gilbert  won the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters; Goddard is the Daily Telegraph Junior Champion; Humphreys is defending the girls’ title at the Fairhaven Trophies and is also the English U16 girls’ champion. Team Two: Jack Cope, 17, (Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire), Danny Daniels, 18, (Essendon, Hertfordshire) and Amelia Williamson, 16, (Royal Cromer, Norfolk). Cope and Daniels were in England’s winning team at last year’s Canadian International Junior Challenge; Williamson (image © Stills Photography) is a girl international and has just won the Gold Rose for her combined performance in the Roehampton Gold Cup and the Hampshire Rose. Team Three: Barclay Brown, 16, (Hallamshire, Yorkshire), Conor Gough, 14, (Stoke Park, BB&O) and Caitlin Whitehead, 14, (Kendal, Cumbria). This is an U16 combination bringing together Brown, an England U16 international; Gough, the English U14 boys’ champion; and Whitehead, the winner of the 2016 Scottish U14 girls’ championship. Team Four: Tom Cleaton, 17, (Rugby, Warwickshire), Kristian Tannum-Donaldson, 17, (Buckinghamshire, BB&O) and Martha Lewis, 17, (St George’s Hill, Surrey) Cleaton was eighth in the recent Peter McEvoy Trophy; Tannum Donaldson also helped England win the Canadian International Junior Challenge; and Lewis was fourth in the Scottish girls’ open championship earlier this month.last_img read more


Lacey Parks & Recreation Makes Revisions to Summer Programs

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of LaceyLacey Parks and Recreation has cancelled their 2020 Lacey In Tune Summer Entertainment Series, due to COVID-19 related issues. However, they plan to provide other recreation and entertainment opportunities, if circumstances allow.The cancellations include the Tuesday Children’s Entertainment series, Wednesday concerts at noon in Huntamer Park, and the new Friday concerts. However, the Parks and Recreation staff is working on a Thursday Family Entertainment Series to be held at various neighborhood parks this summer. In addition, they plan to offer Movies in the Park in August. All events will take place with appropriate Health Department guidelines in place and only if allowed under the Governor’s orders. Specific details are still in the works and will be posted at ci.lacey.wa.us/Events and the City of Lacey Facebook page, when available. As with other programs, these events are subject to change.For more information, contact Jeannette Sieler, Parks & Recreation Supervisor at JSieler@ci.lacey.wa.us or (360) 491-0857.last_img read more