Nearly 95 percent of parents think their own children are overindulged; now Bromfield, a clinical instructor in psychology in the Department of Psychology, lays down rules — “take back the power!” — to parenting, the hardest job in the world.
Rescuers work near the site of a collapsed bridge in Nanfangao, eastern Taiwan on Oct. 1, 2019. AP MANILA – The bodies of twoFilipinos have been recovered from the rubble after a bridge in Taiwancollapsed on Tuesday, the Manila Economic and Cultural Office said Wednesday. Divers joined hundreds of rescuers inthe search effort, using cranes and excavators to raise the wreckage of twofishing boats after Tuesday’s accident injured 10 people, most of themfishermen from Indonesia and the Philippines. (ABS-CBN News/PN) 3 Filipinos still missing after Taiwan bridge collapse; 5 others injured Rescuers are also searching for anIndonesian fisherman, local authorities said. One Filipino fisherman remains missing,MECO director for administration Gerry De Belen said. Impang’s family will receive allbenefits as he was an active member of the Overseas Workers WelfareAdministration. Serencio, meanwhile, was an inactive OWWA member as of 2017,DOLE said. “We will assist in the repatriationof human remains and to process all benefits and entitlements arising from theaccident,” it said in a statement. The Department of Labor and Employment(DOLE) identified the fatalities as Andree Serencio and Gorge Impang, and themissing fisherman as Romulo Escalicas Jr.
Hull City rounded off their preparations for a first European campaign with a 1-1 draw against Barnsley at Oakwell in a game where goalkeeping errors led to both goals. Shane Long put the Premier League side in front three minutes into the second half, charging down Adam Davies’ clearance, but their hosts equalised on the hour when goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic r ushed out to try to head clear a long ball from Dale Jennings only for the ball to bounce over his head for Barnsley’s new signing Connor Hourihane to slot into an empty net. Hull’s next match is their Europa League third qualifying round first leg against Trencin in Slovakia on Thursday. Burnley needed a 71st-minute goal from Jason Gilchrist to earn them a 1-0 win over League Two neighbours Accrington. QPR ended their tour of Germany with a 2-0 defeat by Red Bull Leipzig at Stadion Der Freundschaft. Rio Ferdinand and Steven Caulker made their debuts for Harry Redknapp’s men and trialist Jack Collison was also given a run-out but two second-half goals from Yussuf Poulsen proved to be the difference. West Ham United will return home empty-handed from their pre-season tour of New Zealand after losing 3-1 to A-League side Sydney FC in Wellington. Sam Allardyce’s side were 2-0 down at half-time before wideman Matt Jarvis saw his left-wing cross deflect off Sydney captain Nikola Petkovic and into the net five minutes after the restart. Sydney added a controversial third 18 minutes into the second half when Corey Gameiro capitalised on a missed handball to slot home his second of the game. It was West Ham’s second loss in three days after they were beaten 2-1 by Wellington Phoenix in Auckland on Wednesday. Arsenal suffered a 1-0 defeat against the New York Red Bulls at the Red Bull Arena in Harrison in a match featuring former Gunners favourite Thierry Henry for the opposition. Arsene Wenger fielded a strong Arsenal starting line-up but they fell behind to a Bradley Wright-Phillips opener just after the half-hour mark as he slotted home after Ambroise Oyongo headed down Henry’s corner. Jack Wilshere came close to netting an equaliser minutes later with a great effort on target, but the England midfielder was denied by goalkeeper Luis Robles. And Arsenal’s best chance to get something from this pre-season friendly came from 18-year-old striker Chuba Akpom in the second half, as he managed to shake of his marker, but then shot straight at Robles as the Gunners were denied in front of a crowd of 25,219. Press Association
Submit OPAP delivers on Athens children’s hospital CSR projects July 6, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Dr. Armin SagederUpdating the market, FTSE-listed gambling technology provider Playtech PLC (Playtech) has informed its investors that it has secured a three-year services agreement with Greek gambling operator OPAP.Securing its contract under its new division Playtech BGT, the technology firm will become lead supplier of self-service betting terminals (“SSBTs”) and over-the-counter (OTC) provisions for OPAP, the Greek market’s largest gambling operator.Playtech BGT leadership confirmed that initial roll-out of SSBTs would commence in early 2017, with the division adding OTC provisions by 2018.Playtech governance was pleased to have secured its first major contract under its new BGT division. In November 2016, the firm announced that it unified its sports betting assets of Geneity, Mobenga, Unilogic with recently acquired Best Gaming Technology (BGT), creating a dedicated omni-channel sports arm Playtech BGT.Dr. Armin Sageder, Chief Executive Officer of Playtech BGT Sports, said: “The agreement with OPAP is a milestone for Playtech BGT Sports and we are proud to be supplying such an important lottery supplier with our solutions. There are multiple opportunities to further develop our relationship as OPAP looks to enhance its digital retail offering and we believe today’s agreement marks the start of a long and successful relationship.”Commenting on this agreement OPAP Chief Executive Officer, Damian Cope said: “We are pleased to be cooperating with Playtech and we are looking forward to leveraging their in-depth expertise, as part of this new venture. The introduction of SSBTs is aligned with our strategic priority to build a world-class portfolio of products and services for OPAP. Our cooperation with Playtech will contribute to the considerable improvement of our retail sports-betting offering and the enhancement of our customers’ experience.” Related Articles SAZKA confident of European comeback as assets weather COVID-19 storm June 12, 2020 Share Greek retail closures rock OPAP Q1 performance June 11, 2020