If the PSBB request for the Greater Bandung area was approved by the end of this week, the implementation would start on April 22, Ridwan said.“[The implementation] will be based on the same pattern and strategy as that in Bogor, Depok and Bekasi,” Ridwan said.Ridwan also instructed the regional heads in Greater Bandung to prepare a social safety net to address the social and economic impacts resulting from the restrictions.West Java COVID-19 task force secretary Daud Achmad said Greater Bandung needed to implement the mobility restrictions because the area had confirmed a high number of COVID-19 cases, second only to Greater Jakarta. The heads of five regions of Greater Bandung, West Java, have agreed to Governor Ridwan Kamil’s plan to jointly request the Health Ministry’s approval for imposing large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) this week.Home to a combined population of around 8.6 million people, the five regions – Bandung city, Bandung regency, West Bandung regency, Cimahi city and Sumedang regency – seek to enforce the same measures as those to be imposed in Jakarta’s satellite cities in West Java starting Wednesday.“We agreed to send the PSBB request to the Health Ministry by Thursday,” Ridwan said during a coordination meeting with the regional heads through a video conference on Tuesday. “Greater Bandung is the [main] epicenter of the coronavirus after Greater Jakarta,” Daud said.Separately, Bandung COVID-19 task force head Ema Sumarna said she had been finalizing data on potential recipients of social aid in Bandung city.“We are cleaning up the data so that it is right on target. We are also calculating our financial capabilities,” Ema said.The Bandung city administration has allocated Rp 298 billion (US$19 million) for COVID-19 countermeasures, Rp 218 billion of which are allocated for social safety, Rp 75 billion for health care and Rp 5 billion for the task force’s operational activities.Ema said Bandung was currently home to 137,000 poor households, but the PSBB measures would likely cause nearly 20,000 more households to fall into poverty.Under the social safety net, each eligible family is projected to receive Rp 500,000 per month for the next three months.Ema said the city administration had been looking for ways to enhance its social aid programs, as tax revenue from various sectors had declined drastically.“Taxes from the hospitality sector are near zero, and those from the restaurant business decreased quite dramatically. Entertainment activities are no longer contributing, as they are prohibited,” Ema said, adding that the income from land and buildings as well as parking had also been affected. After Jakarta, West Java is the province hit hardest by COVID-19. As of Wednesday, the Health Ministry recorded 559 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the province, with 52 deaths. (syk)Topics :
Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 25 Aug 2020 6:01 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.4kShares Nigel Winterburn urges Mikel Arteta to keep Arsenal defender Rob Holding this summer Advertisement Arteta has some tough decisions to make this summer (Picture: Getty Images)‘I think there’ll be more than one of them going, because Arsenal have got a host of centre-halves and it may come down to which players are going to be limited in appearances going forward,’ Winterburn told Bookmakers.co.uk.‘Age may come in to it too – all of those players will be looking at the situation and wondering how often they’re going to be playing and what their chances of being a first choice are.‘And if not, are they happy to sit on the bench and wait for opportunities? The one player out of the four that I think might be worth holding on to is Rob Holding.‘Up until his injury I would have said he was Arsenal’s most consistent defender, but he’s struggled to get back to full fitness and get that consistency back.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘I don’t know whether there’s a slight doubt that he’s going to ever get that consistency back, but before his injury he’s the one centre-half I felt was able to offer that.‘So it would be a bit of a surprise if Holding was to leave, but then you have to consider Arsenal’s financial situation.‘They might feel as though he’s the one they might be able to get the most money for, so in terms of the club trying to balance the books it might be a good option for them to sell.‘But with the amount of games Arsenal are going to be playing next season it makes sense to retain at least two of them.’MORE: Gabriel’s agent reveals Lille star turned down bigger offers to join ArsenalMORE: Why William Saliba rejected Manchester United to join ArsenalFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and InstagramFor more stories like this, check our sport page Advertisement Holding hasn’t been the same since his serious knee injury (Picture: Getty Images)Nigel Winterburn expects multiple exits in the centre-back department this summer for Arsenal, but insists Rob Holding is the one most worth keeping.Mikel Arteta is overseeing a complete overhaul of his squad after his side finished outside of the top six for the first time in 25 years last season.Arsenal’s campaign ended on a high note with their record 14th FA Cup win over Chelsea, but there is much work to be done for the Gunners to get back to the top.The Gunners have already completed the signing of former Chelsea winger Willian on a free transfer, while Lille defender Gabriel looks set to be become their second major recruit of the summer.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe north London club have plenty of centre-backs on their books, and Gabriel would be their ninth, including Kostantinos Mavropanos, who was sent out on a season-long loan to Bundesliga side VfB Stuttgart.Shkodran Mustafi, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Calum Chambers and Rob Holding are the names being linked with an Emirates exit, and Arsenal legend Winterburn believes that out of the four, Holding is the one that should stay. Comment
4/11 Onslow Street Ascot Qld 4007 4/11 Onslow Street Ascot Qld 4007The apartment has a 97sq m internal floorplan with space extended thanks to three balconies.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoThe entry leads into an open-plan living and dining area overlooked by a kitchen, according to marketing by agent Vanessa Harte of Ray White Ascot. 4/11 Onslow Street Ascot Qld 4007Two further bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, the largest also having balcony access. The second bathroom has a bathtub and is adjacent to the laundry. Built in 2005, the development has its own pool. The auction will be held on site at 10am today, Saturday February 4. 4/11 Onslow Street Ascot Qld 4007Sliding glass doors lead to the largest of the balconies. The nearby main bedroom has built-in wardrobes and an ensuite with a shower. Sliding glass doors open to a small balcony. 4/11 Onslow Street Ascot Qld 4007AN Ascot triple bedroom apartment is all set to hit the auction block Saturday morning.The three bedroom, two bathroom, two car space unit at 4/11 Onslow St, Ascot, goes under the hammer at 10am.
Betty Ruth Hollin, of Sunman, Indiana, passed away October 14, 2017 in Cincinnati, Ohio.She was born May 17, 1933 in Clay County, KY, daughter of the late Roscoe Baker and late Gracie L. Owens Baker.Betty was a Homemaker. She enjoyed singing and attending church. Her faith was important to her and her life reflected those beliefs. Her family was her greatest joy.Surviving are children, Rich (Kathy) Hollin of Aurora, IN, Betty Rose (David) Kennedy of Cincinnati, OH, Ernest (Wanda Jean) Hollin of Moores Hill, IN, Timmy Hollin (Mary Lucas) of Dillsboro, IN; siblings, Houston (Sue) Baker of Falmouth, KY, Frank (Janice ) Baker of Brooksville, KY, Chrissy (Larry) Sapp of Danville, KY, Debbie (Randy) Mayes of Mitchellsburg, KY, America (Jerome) Vanqurp of Tampa, FL, Gracie (Jim) Vise of Alexandria, KY, Alice (Larry) Etler of Florence, KY; 19 Grandchildren and 22 Great-Grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents; loving spouse of 48 years, Ernest Hollin; Daughter, Bonnie Lou Hollin; siblings, Lester Baker, Dori Scott, Joyce Belcher; and Great-Granddaughter, Olivia Schlumar.Friends will be received Friday, October 20, 2017, from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Funeral Home, at 2:00 pm immediately following visitation.Interment will follow in the Hogan Hill Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to defray Funeral Expenses. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit www.rullmans.com
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Liverpool are set to receive a huge TV cash boost. According to The Times, Liverpool are set to receive a huge £175million cash windfall after Premier League clubs decided to delay reductions in this year’s prize money following the coronavirus pandemic. All 20 clubs must pay back TV revenue received prior to the outbreak as a result of the suspension of the season. The figures could total £330m that are due as a rebate to broadcasters including Sky Sports and BT Sport.Advertisement However, that will not affect any of this year’s earnings with Liverpool in line to collect the largest amount after romping to the title. read also:Liverpool seal signing of Greek defender Tsimikas Liverpool will now pocket £175m in prize money and TV earnings – the highest amount ever received by a top-flight club. Had the Premier League taken the decision to begin making repayments this season, Liverpool would have received £21m less. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithLittle Georgie Henley Has Grown Into A Beautiful Swan!Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appeared7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootContemplate Life At These 10 Stargazing Locations6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way
By Jim HainesNATURAL BRIDGE, Va. (May 28) – Brian Lawson won for the first time this season when the Virginia Sprint Series made its second visit of 2016 to Natural Bridge Speedway.After recording his first IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car tour heat win, J.D. Coats joined Bill Rice in pacing the Saturday evening field to the feature green.Rice took the early lead, riding his favorite high line. Daren Bolac was making ground up on Rice and on lap four he went to the front with Lawson close behind.Lawson got by Bolac for the top spot on lap nine and Jerald Harris got into the picture, running second at halfway.The front two were really going at it but Harris could only get close as Lawson went under the checkered flag for his first win of the season. Harris was second and Tom Humphries took third.Feature results – 1. Brian Lawson; 2. Jerald Harris; 3. Tom Humphries; 4. Daren Bolac; 5. Bill Rice; 6. Anthony Linkenhoker; 7. J.D. Coats; 8.Glenn Worrell; 9. French Grimes; 10. Josh Perreault; 11. Ron Moyers.
Press Association He added: “But we will leave it late. I don’t want to give any indication either way because I don’t know. Things can change day-to-day. “It’s looking unlikely that the ground will be soft at Cheltenham but if it did turn up soft or heavy, then that could make the two miles and five of the Ryanair less likely. So we will leave everything until closer to the time.” A decision on Sizing Europe’s target at Cheltenham is set to be left until the last moment. Henry de Bromhead’s stable star holds engagements in the Queen Mother Champion Chase and the longer Ryanair Chase, and should connections opt for the Queen Mother, he would be attempting to regain the crown he won in 2011 and was second in last year. De Bromhead told The Irish Times: “Strong cases can be made for both races and myself, and Alan and Ann (Potts, owners) will have to sit down and discuss everything much closer to the time.”
Manchester United came back from two goals down to defeat a spirited Hull 3-2 at the KC Stadium, with former Red Devil James Chester deciding things with a second-half own-goal. Hull enjoyed the best of the play at 2-2 but, after Alex Bruce’s header hit the woodwork, Chester turned Ashley Young’s cross into his own net. Danny Graham spurned a fine chance to equalise in the 87th minute, with Chester also going close at the death after Antonio Valencia picked up a late red card. For United boss David Moyes it was both a lucky escape and a fifth straight win in all competitions, while Hull’s Steve Bruce has still yet to beat the club he once captained in 15 years of management. He can rarely have had a better chance. The visitors’ team sheet – phoned in after a delayed arrival – contained several intrigues: Darren Fletcher back for a first start since December 1 2012, Danny Welbeck fit after Achilles trouble but Phil Jones absent with a knee injury. Hull, unchanged for the third time in a row, set the tone for the afternoon by scoring with the first chance of the game, Jake Livermore and Ahmed Elmohamady having earned an early corner. Tom Huddlestone delivered the ball into the box where Alex Bruce got above Patrice Evra to head towards the far post. Welbeck was slow to come off the line but Chester was one step ahead, advancing to volley first time into the roof of the net. Press Association Chester, a one-time United trainee, had opened the scoring with a close-range finish in the fourth minute and, after heading in at the wrong end, had a glorious chance to finish it in injury time only for David De Gea to make the save. David Meyler doubled Hull’s advantage thanks to a heavy Jonny Evans deflection but United rallied swiftly from their calamitous start and were level by the 25th minute as Chris Smalling’s header and Wayne Rooney’s stunning volley found the target. United had been caught cold and worse was to follow in the 13th minute as Hull’s fine start turned into the stuff of dreams. Meyler was the man who drove Hull into the penalty area and stayed up to collect Yannick Sagbo’s cutback across the box. His first connection was wayward but Evans allowed him a second chance with a sloppy clearance that came back to the Irishman. The resulting shot would not have troubled De Gea but Evans again intervened, wrong-footing the Spaniard and turning the ball into his own net. The home support first celebrated then turned their attention to Moyes, who was told “you’re getting sacked in the morning”. An apparent groin injury to Rafael gave the Scot a chance to change things, and he made an aggressive move in sending on livewire winger Adnan Januzaj. He had an almost immediate impact, winning a 19th-minute free-kick from which United scored. Rooney provided the hanging cross from the right and Smalling produced a clinical header that nestled inside the far post. United, almost immediately, regained confidence and only a superb save from Allan McGregor stopped Tom Cleverley finding the top corner with a 20-yard curler. The Scotsman’s effort was all the better considering he had earlier collided awkwardly with Ashley Young, an incident that eventually forced him off at half-time. The pace did not relent and with 25 minutes gone, Rooney netted the pick of the day. He controlled Evans’ long ball effortlessly with his back to goal before flicking an overhead pass to Welbeck. When it came back to him, via a combination of Welbeck and Curtis Davies, the England striker took another deft touch before crashing home a fierce 30-yard volley. Bruce had to reshuffle at the interval, Steve Harper on for McGregor and Robert Koren replacing Meyler. But the hosts once more came out brightly, Yannick Sagbo working De Gea on the turn and Davies glancing a header wide from Huddlestone’s corner having beaten Smalling. Hull turned the screw again either side of the hour mark, Sagbo tripped by Valencia as he surged towards goal and Huddlestone denied by a ricochet off Evra. Bruce’s header, off the resulting corner, had De Gea well beaten but came back off the frame of the goal. Having weathered that storm, United promptly scored on the counter in the 66th minute. Rooney started the move in midfield and hoped to finish it after Young had beaten Maynor Figueroa on the wing. Instead, it went down as an own-goal as Chester nodded into his own net. In the 87th minute Sagbo’s determination yielded a good chance for Graham to equalise but his header lacked conviction. Valencia’s red card gave Hull a sniff in extra-time but De Gea’s block off Chester ensured United held out.
Madrid, Spain (AFP) — Few expected Zinedine Zidane to leave Real Madrid and even fewer expected him to come back as coach.And yet almost 500 days later, he has won the La Liga title, without fuss, without even the improvements he was promised.On Thursday, in an empty Alfredo di Stefano Stadium at Real Madrid’s training ground, he hoisted another trophy, his second in La Liga and 11th overall as coach.Zidane currently wins a trophy every 19 games on average and while three Champions League titles out of three was historic, this might be his most impressive yet.When he was reappointed in March last year, Madrid President Florentino Perez said Zidane had come again to launch “a glorious new era”.But standing next to him was Madrid’s third coach of the season, taking over a team 12 points behind Barcelona, having just been knocked out and outplayed by Ajax in the Champions League.Most thought it was a mistake, the coach that had gone out on the highest of highs returning to a team in tatters.Cristiano Ronaldo was gone and it seemed those that remained had lost the hunger. “We will change things, for sure, and for the years to come,” Zidane said.Change, though, would have to wait and then it never really came at all. Zidane saw out a miserable 11 games of last season where performances grew worse not better.Anticipation of a summer overhaul increased as Madrid’s newspapers published polls revelling in which of the world’s best players should arrive.Kylian Mbappe or Neymar? “I would like them both,” said Perez.Zidane did not want them all but there was one he desperately wanted, Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, who he was convinced could change everything.Yet Pogba stayed put and so too did Gareth Bale, who Zidane was assured would be sold. “It would be best for everyone,” he said.Hazard did sign, for 100 million euros, but arrived overweight and then got injured, the opening sequence of his nightmare first year in Spain.Instead of a sparkling new era, Zidane was handed more of the same but when the inevitable questions came about broken promises, he refused to stoke the fire.“The decisions that are up to me are on the pitch,” he said.The trouble was those were no better. Draws against Valladolid and Villarreal were followed by humiliation in Paris. Defeat by Real Mallorca in October left Zidane on the brink of the sack.“I know how this works,” said Zidane, with Jose Mourinho ready, but perhaps that jolted the players, who beat Galatasaray 1-0 and began to turn the tide.Zidane grows bolderZidane escaped and grew bolder. Fede Valverde came into his midfield and proved the catalyst for change, the Uruguayan bringing dynamism and chaos to an all-too predictable midfield.“He’s amazing,” said Kroos. “I love this player.”The defence tightened too, conceding nine goals during a crucial run of 21 games unbeaten either side of Christmas.Ferland Mendy proved a more reliable alternative to Marcelo at left back while in goal, Thibaut Courtois blossomed.“Even as someone who prefers exciting, attacking football, the defence is the most important thing right now,” Zidane said.In attack, he trusted two young Brazilians, Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo, and between them, Karim Benzema found arguably the best form of his entire career.“My job is to transmit a sense of calm in the difficult moments,” he said. “To be quiet, patient and positive.”That ability to exude confidence and diffuse pressure appeared even more valuable as Barcelona descended into turmoil and sacked Ernesto Valverde, the coach that at least kept the team happy, and winning.And when the coronavirus pandemic hit, Madrid’s players reacted better, coming back revitalised, more determined than ever that an 11-match sprint would end with a trophy.“After lockdown there was something very particular,” said Zidane on Wednesday. “I could see it in training. The players wanted something.”Zidane had a bigger squad than Barcelona’s but his willingness to rotate became key.Tournaments have also been his strength and perhaps he rekindled that mentality. With no time for training, the message was simple: Win.In that sense, Zidane has silenced the doubters, even if it remains to be seen whether he can rebuild a team or replicate his success elsewhere.But just as this Madrid were a mess without him, with him they are celebrating again.Few expected him there but Zidane was right in his first press conference. “Change is for the future,” he said. “The important thing is I’m back.”