COD GALBEN: 19-02-2019 Intre 08:00 si 11:00 se va semnala ceață care determină reducerea vizibilității local sub 200 m și izolat sub 50 m in Județul Braşov, Județul Covasna, Județul Harghita, Județul Sibiu; COD GALBEN: 19-02-2019 Intre 07:00 si 09:00 se va semnala ceață care local reduce vizibilitatea sub 200 m in Județul Giurgiu, Județul Teleorman; COD GALBEN: 19-02-2019 Intre 07:00 si 09:00 se va semnala ceață care determină reducerea vizibilității local sub 200 m, izolat sub 50 m in Județul Caraş-Severin; COD GALBEN: 19-02-2019 Intre 06:35 si 09:00 se va semnala ceaţă care determină vizibilitate scăzută, local sub 200 m şi izolat sub 50 m in Județul Constanta, Județul Tulcea; COD GALBEN: 19-02-2019 Intre 06:20 si 09:00 se va semnala ceață care determină reducerea vizibilității local sub 200 m și izolat sub … [Read more...] about Online commerce takes postal, courier services market in Romania to over 4bln lei in 2018..
Monday, 18 February 2019 6:44 AM The Oceania Football Confederation has found the Solomon Islands Football Federation breached regulations during a 2018 tournament and has effectively thrown the country out of this year's Under-17 World Cup. A disciplinary committee found Under-16 player Chris Satu breached both the OFC Disciplinary Code and OFC regulations when he turned out for Solomon Islands at the OFC U16 Championships last year. An investigation was launched after the OFC received complaints regarding the fielding of overage players during the championships held at Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara in September 2018. The OFC Disciplinary Committee concluded that a "deliberate and serious breach of the OFC Disciplinary Code" had been made after the player in question was found to have been born prior to 1 January 2002, on an undetermined date. Satu has been suspended for six matches. Also as a result the Solomons U16 team forfeited all five matches in which Satu participated … [Read more...] about Solomon Islands Out of U-17 World Cup
Monday, 18 February 2019 6:35 AM The bulker Solomon Trader has gone aground in a sensitive marine area in the Solomon Islands, raising concerns of environmental damage. On February 5, the vessel went onto a reef off Rennell Island, the southernmost island in the Solomons. Rennell is located about 100 nm due south of Guadalcanal. Stormy conditions may have contributed to the grounding, and another storm is hampering the response effort. A small tropical cyclone - Cyclone Oma - is passing to the south of Rennell Island on its way towards Vanuatu, with bands of thunderstorms extending out for hundreds of miles. The Solomon Trader is reportedly loaded with bauxite ore, one of the Solomon Islands' key export commodities. Rennell Island has hosted a bauxite mining operation since 2014, and has a geographic advantage in the trade due to its relative proximity to the Chinese market. The Bintang Mining development, located on the west side of the island, is locally controversial; the east side … [Read more...] about Bulker Grounds on Rennell Reef
The Ministry of Agriculture tested 33,839 cattle in total for TB and more than 1000 came out positive. Minister for Agriculture Mahendra Reddy One-thousand-six-hundred-and-eighty-one cattle tested positive for Bovine Tuberculosis last year under the Brucellosis and Tuberculosis Eradication Campaign. Minister for Agriculture, Rural and Maritime Development,Waterways and Environment Mahendra Reddy said they tested 33,839 cattle in total for TB and only more than 1000 came out positive. He added that 22,090 cattle were tested for Brucellosis and 31 were positive. Mr Reddy said they initially had 10 trained staff working under the campaign who undertook TB and Brucellosis testing of the cattle on a day-to-day basis.He said the ministry now had four veterinarians and was in the process of recruiting one more. Edited by Percy Kean [email protected] … [Read more...] about 1600 Cattle Tested Positive For Bovine Tuberculosis
This follows the fire that destroyed part of the school on Friday night. The initial damage assessment is $424,000 and this will continue to be evaluated. Part of the Vuci Methodist School was destroyed in a fire on February 15, 2019. Photo: Simione Haravanua The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts has thanked Nausori schools for donating school furniture to the Vuci Methodist School. This follows the fire that destroyed part of the school on Friday night. The initial damage assessment is $424,000 and this will continue to be evaluated. Minister Rosy Akbar has expressed relief that there were no students or teachers injured in the incident. However, to ensuring that students continue with their education in a safe environment is of paramount importance. The ministry, working with the school management and the head of school, has put the following arrangements in place: Year 701 and 702 will resume … [Read more...] about Nausori Schools Donate Furniture to Vuci Methodist School