Vida and the rest of his Croatia team-mates had tested negative on Monday but the Besiktas centre-back’s Wednesday morning test came back positive as the first half ended.A Croatia statement read: “The medical service of the Croatian national team received initial information at the end of the break between the two halves that there was one potentially positive result. This is a common test procedure, and a ‘suspicious’ finding is retested to confirm the result.“As at that time the coach Zlatko Dalic had already made the decision to change (Domagoj) Vida, the medical service of the national team isolated Vida according to all epidemiological measures until the confirmation of the test results.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Croatia captain Domagoj Vida found out at half-time of his country’s 3-3 draw with Turkey that had tested positive for Covid-19.The 31-year-old defender, who was already scheduled to be withdrawn after 45 minutes, was immediately isolated from the rest of the squad.- Advertisement – Croatia twice came from behind to lead Turkey 3-2 before Leicester’s Cengiz Under made it 3-3. “Vida will, in accordance with regulations, spend the next few days in self-isolation in Istanbul.“All other national team members and staff members, who tested negative, are scheduled to travel to Stockholm. It is taken into account that the national team complied with all epidemiological measures, in accordance with UEFA’s Return to Play protocol.”Vidal will self-isolate for 10 days while the rest of the squad prepare to be tested again before their UEFA Nations League fixture with Sweden on Saturday.- Advertisement –
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Publicly listed private lender PT Bank Mayapada will channel almost all of its Rp 528 billion (US$36.2 million) in net profit from 2019 into strengthening its capital as Taiwan-based Cathay Life Insurance prepares to increase its ownership stake in the lender.Bank Mayapada decided to allocate 2.56 percent of its 2019 net profit, equal to Rp 13.5 billion, to meet its paid-up capital requirement as stipulated in Law No. 40/2007 on limited liability companies.“Meanwhile, the remaining Rp 514.61 billion will be recorded as retained earnings to strengthen the company’s capital structure,” the lender wrote in a statement following its shareholders meeting on Thursday. The decision not to provide any dividend payouts to its shareholders came after Bank Mayapada’s shareholders agreed to inject funds into the lender to strengthen its capital.Bank Mayapada president director Hariyono Tjahjarijadi told The Jakarta Post on Monday that Cathay Life Insurance, a subsidiary of Cathay Financial Holdings, was preparing to increase its ownership stake.The publicly listed insurance company now owns 37.33 percent of Bank Mayapada, making it the bank’s biggest shareholder, followed by PT Mayapada Karunia Corporation, which owns 26.42 percent of the total shares. Bank Mayapada also received a deposit of Rp 1 trillion from its controlling shareholder in two injections of Rp 750 billion on July 1 and Rp 252 billion on April 24, according to a statement it issued on July 3, as published by the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). PT Mayapada Karunia channeled Rp 230 billion of the Rp 252 billion in April, while PT Mayapada Kasih funneled Rp 22.09 billion, according to a statement published on the IDX website on April 28. “The fund placement strengthened [the bank’s] capital and is part of the company’s plan to carry out rights issues in 2020 worth a total of Rp 4.5 trillion,” the bank’s statement reads.In the first quarter of this year, Bank Mayapada’s net profit plunged 44.52 percent to Rp 79.22 billion from Rp 142.78 trillion in the same period last year.Its non-performing loan (NPL) rate stood at 6.94 percent as of March 31, up from 4.99 percent last year and above the Financial Services Authority’s (OJK) health threshold of 5 percent. The banking industry’s NPL rate, on the other hand, was 2.77 percent in March, showing an upward trend, as people’s purchasing power declined during the COVID-19 outbreak.During a shareholders meeting on Thursday, Bank Mayapada shareholders also agreed to use Rp 626.03 billion of its Rp 997.33 billion rights issue proceeds in 2019 to expand credit. Meanwhile, the remaining Rp 371.3 billion will be placed in Bank Indonesia’s repo facility.The meeting also agreed on remuneration for commissioners and directors, with a maximum of Rp 56.87 billion set, for the 2020 financial year.As of Monday, Bank Mayapada’s shares, traded on the IDX under the code MAYA, had lost 28.57 percent of their value year-to-date (ytd). Over the same period, the finance sector experienced a 17.5 percent drop, while the benchmark Jakarta Composite Index declined 19.61 percent.Topics :
June 29, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Statement on Senate Passage of Budget Budget News, Statement Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf released the following statement:“I would like to thank Senators Scarnati, Corman and Costa, as well as their colleagues for their leadership in passing a budget that invests more money in early childhood, K through 12 and higher education, and also provides vital resources in combatting the heroin crisis. As the budget moves through the process, I look forward to continuing to engage with the legislature to discuss a sustainable revenue package.”Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf
Jason Heffernan and his partner, Esther Bond, in the house they have renovated in Camp Hill. Picture: Jamie Hanson.IT WAS a classic case of buying the worst house in the best street.Surrounded by multimillion-dollar homes, the humble workers’ cottage at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill, stood out like a sore thumb.But Jason Heffernan and his partner, Esther Bond, did not mind — they knew the location was worth the gamble.“We’d seen it in the area and went to auction without any intention of acting on it,” Mr Heffernan said. RELATED: Key to Tess and Luke’s huge Block win The first step was the raise the house and dig out another level underneath, so the house could become three storeys.“The basement level is pretty much subterranean,” Mr Heffernan said.“The digout took a good five or six weeks.”This level accommodates a wine cellar, media room, storage room and garage, which is accessed via a side driveway.“That way we were able to hide the garage from the front of the house,” Mr Heffernan said.“I don’t think the council likes or approves three level houses much anymore, so we had to jump through a few hoops to get the three levels, but the block has a gentle slope to the back so it lends itself to three levels.” BEFORE: The living room in the house at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill, before the renovation. AFTER: The living room in the house at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill.The original, pre-war house is now the top level of the new property and the only thing remaining of it is the timber weatherboard facade.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoA large two-storey extension was also added to the back of the house to create more room.This upper level has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a lounge area, a gallery, a separate toilet, a large deck and a completely self-contained parents’ retreat.Along with the usual master bedroom, ensuite, lounge and walk-in wardrobe, the retreat also comes with a kitchenette, concealed behind wardrobe doors.This incredible space spans 150 sqm and offers 270 degree views from Mt Coot-tha to Hamilton.“You can just hide from the children for days!” Mr Heffernan said. BEFORE: The kitchen in the house at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill, before the renovation. AFTER: The kitchen in the house at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill.The middle level of the home contains a reception area, a study, a guest bedroom and ensuite, a laundry, a separate toilet and open-plan lounge, kitchen, butler’s pantry and dining area opening out to a lower deck and pool area. The end result is a massive family home offering 615 sqm of living space. “We put a lot of hard work into it, but we’re looking forward to the next project now,” Mr Heffernan said. BEFORE: The master bedroom in the house at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill, before the renovation. AFTER: The main bedroom in the house at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill.The property is being marketed by Joanna Gianniotis of Place – Bulimba and is scheduled for auction on Thursday, November 21.RENO FACT CHECKTime taken: 2 yearsTotal spend: $1.9m “We lived close by so were familiar with the street — it would have to be the premier street of Camp Hill.” BEFORE: The front of the house at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill, before the renovation. AFTER: The front of the house at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill.They ended up bidding for the property and bought it under the hammer.“There was a bit of competition on the day and probably, like most people, we felt we maybe paid a little bit more for the location — just to get in to a pretty special part of Camp Hill,” Mr Heffernan said.Two years on, they have no remorse.“We’d been looking for a project for a little while and it just felt like it was right for us,” Mr Heffernan said.“When we got it, the house was about 90 sqm.“They’d squeezed in three bedrooms, a lounge room, kitchen and bathroom.” BEFORE: The back of the house at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill, before the renovation. AFTER: The back of the house at 66 Newman Ave.It was not Mr Heffernan’s first home renovation, but it was definitely one of his biggest.He made sure he was involved in the entire project.“I’ve had the toolbag on with the builder every day — cutting timber, digging holes, managing the issues that arise in a project of that size, putting walls up,” Mr Heffernan said.“(Renovating is) something I’ve enjoyed in the past and I haven’t looked at it as a career, but I’m not ruling it out.”He drew up a rough vision of what he wanted the finished project to look like and brought in an architect to bring it to life. BEFORE: The backyard of the property at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill, before the renovation. AFTER: The back of the property at 66 Newman Ave, Camp Hill. MORE: The Block ‘nuisance’ strikes again, buying party house
Norwegian subsea and marine seismic vessels player GC Rieber Shipping said it has been cleared of charges made by former staff of its two subsidiary companies.Namely, GC Rieber Crewing AS (GCRC) and GC Rieber Shipping AS (GCRS), both subsidiaries of GC Rieber Shipping, were sued last year by 17 ex-employees of GCRC .Their employments were terminated when the Group decided to liquidate the internal crewing company GCRC.According to GC Rieber, Bergen District Court ruled in favor of GCRC and GCRS, with each of the parties being liable for their own legal costs.The ruling may be appealed within one month, the company stated.
NORTH VERNON, Ind. — North Vernon police say drugs are believed to be involved in an accident that injured 2 people in North Vernon on Christmas Eve.The North Vernon Police responded to a collision on US 50 near Showers Drive around 11:50 pm.When police arrived on scene, they found a car driven by William Lane, 27, of Seymour had collided with a vehicle driven by Brittany Engelking, 19, of Scipio.Both were transported to Indianapolis area hospitals for treatment.
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Press Association Evans has been struggling with a leg injury and made his first appearance of the season when captaining Manchester United in their embarrassing 4-0 defeat by MK Dons in the Capital One Cup this week. He sits out the international following his red card against Azerbaijan in October. Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill has named a bumper 26-man squad for his side’s first Euro 2016 qualifier against Hungary next month, with the suspended Jonny Evans the only notable absentee. Evans gifted the League One Dons their opening goal of the cup game and the two men who combined to punish the mistake – Ben Reeves and Will Grigg – are both in O’Neill’s squad. A handful of senior players who missed the summer tour of South America, including Chris Brunt, Gareth McAuley, Kyle Lafferty and Jamie Ward, all make their comebacks for the Sunday, September 7 match in Budapest. With Evans absent and O’Neill expected to stick with his preferred 3-5-2 formation, the group is packed with defensive options – including seven players capable of operating at centre-half. Up front, Lafferty is back after returning to English football with Norwich. Strikers James Gray and Liam Boyce, midfielder Jonny Steele and teenage defender Liam Donnelly drop out of the squad that travelled to Uruguay and Chile at the end of last season. R Carroll (Notts County), A Mannus (St Johnstone), M McGovern (Hamilton), A Hughes (Brighton), C Baird, G McAuley (both West Brom), C Cathcart (Watford), D Lafferty (Burnley), R McLaughlin (Liverpool), C McLaughlin (Fleetwood), L McCullough (Doncaster), A Bruce (Hull), S Davis (Southampton), C Brunt (West Brom), S Clingan (Kilmarnock), C Evans (Blackburn), O Norwood (Reading), S Ferguson (Newcastle), P Paton (Dundee Utd), B Reeves (MK Dons), K Lafferty (Norwich), N McGinn (Aberdeen), J Ward (Derby), B McKay (Inverness), J Magennis (Kilmarnock), W Grigg (MK Dons)
THE Guyana Football Federation (GFF)-organised, NAMILCO U-17-sponsored, Upper Demerara Football Association (UDFA)-run football championship in Linden will recommence today.The tournament will now be played using the knockout format instead of a league tournament.After the initial round-robin format championship began a couple weeks ago, the inclement weather in Linden forced the UDFA to postpone.Today the matches scheduled for the tournament venue, Wisburg Secondary School ground, will see Botofago oppose Coomacka at 13:00hrs and Milerock against Hilltop United at 15;00hrs.Tomorrow from 13.00hrs Amelia’s Ward United will take on Topp XX and at 15.00hrs Eagles United will meet Hi Stars.With time running out for the decision of which team will represent the Upper Demerara region at the nationwide championship, UDFA has set matches for weekends with next weekend being for the semifinals.According to the UDFA in a release, if any game is deadlocked at the end of regulation time, straight penalty kicks are to be taken. (Joe Chapman)