Three killed in landslide at illegal mine in Central Java

first_imgHe added that rescuers spent hours trying to recover the victims’ bodies as they needed to remove huge rocks and landslide debris, requiring the use of heavy machinery.Read also: Mining accident tip of icebergSouth Kendeng Energy and Mineral Resources Agency head Teguh Yudi Pristiyanto said the mine had been operated without the proper license and permits.“The location of the landslide is part of the Sukolilo karst area, where mining is banned,” said Teguh.The police are investigating the incident. Grobogan Police’s criminal investigation department chief Adj. Comr. Andi Moh. Akbar Mekuo said his team would coordinate with the local energy and mineral resources agency during the investigation.“Local police officers said authorities had warned the miners about their unauthorized activities,” Andi said. (trn)Topics : A landslide has killed at least three miners at an unauthorized mine in Brati district, Grobogan regency, Central Java, on Wednesday.Brati Police chief First Insp. Zaenal said the three miners were hit by large rocks when a 30-meter-tall hillside collapsed. The three victims were identified as Suwadi, 45, Yulianto, 35 and Ridwan, 39, all of whom were residents of Katekan village.“They died on site,” Zaenal said on Wednesday, as quoted by read more

PREMIUMAnalysis: Anticipating economic challenges after COVID-19

first_imgLOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Facebook Topics : Log in with your social account Linkedin analysis bank-mandiri COVID-19 pandemic recovery Forgot Password ? Google The COVID-19 pandemic is turning into a global economic crisis as most countries have fallen into recession. The pandemic has severely hit global demand, which in consequence has disrupted the global value chain, lowering total trade and discouraging investments. It also increases risk and uncertainty in the global financial market.Indonesia, while not officially in recession yet, is predicted to record another contraction in the third quarter of 2020. In the preceding quarter the economy shrank 5.32 percent year-on-year (yoy).The pandemic creates a low inflation and interest rate environment in Indonesia. The inflation rate has been below the 2020 target of 3±1 percent with core inflation, a good proxy for domestic demand, continuing to weaken. In response to that, BI’s seven-day reverse repo rate has been cut by 100 basis points (bps).As imports decelerated mor…last_img read more

Governor Tom Wolf Statement on Senate Pension Reform Vote

first_imgGovernor Tom Wolf Statement on Senate Pension Reform Vote Government That Works,  Pension Reform,  Press Release,  Statement Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf released the following statement in support of the pension reform legislation voted on tonight in the Senate:“I applaud Senators Corman and Browne for their leadership on reforming our pension system, and I commend members on both sides of the aisle for their work on this very important issue.“I continue to support reform that pays down our debt, reduces Wall Street fees, and shifts risk away from taxpayers, all while providing workers with a fair retirement benefit.“This compromise plan, which is the result of tireless efforts over the course of the last several weeks by leaders in both chambers and my administration, accomplishes these goals, and the Senate’s vote tonight is an important first step in the process.” June 04, 2017center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Everything you need can be found at Westcourt

first_imgCazalys at Westcourt is one of Cairns’ premier sporting facilities. PICTURE: STEWART McLEANFROM rock concerts to top-flight sports fixtures and a Cairns shopping hub, Westcourt residents have just about everything at their fingertips.A large dairy farm in the late 19th century, the area is now a diverse and populous inner-city suburb.Cairns real estate agent Chris Gay has worked from his Westcourt office for 25 years and said the location was hard to beat for convenience. “My son lives at Westcourt and for him it’s a two-minute drive to the office,” he said.“People appreciate the fact that the area has nice restaurants, shops and they have just done a wonderful job refurbishing the Bungalow Hotel.“There are also some beautiful homes here, especially Queenslanders.“Some people like living at the Northern Beaches, which is fine, but it’s hard to beat a $12 taxi ride home from the city.” The suburb was originally known as West Cairns and, according to Cairns Regional Council, was set to be renamed Westgate.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms3 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns3 days agoHowever, following the tragic collapse of Melbourne’s Westgate Bridge in 1970, the name was changed to Westcourt.The average selling price of Westcourt homes as of January this year, according to CoreLogic, was $351,000 – more than $120,000 below its neighbour Parramatta Park.Units are abundant in the suburb and delivered average rental yields in excess of 7 per cent over the 12 months to January. Westcourt’s Cazalys Stadium will this year host AFL premiers the Western Bulldogs and music superstar Elton John, while DFO Cairns shopping centre is in the early stages of a multi-million dollar revamp.Retiree Suzanne Haslam, 68, has lived on Mann St for more than 20 years and couldn’t be happier to call Westcourt home.“I’m close to all the amenities and have wonderful neighbours on both sides,” she said. “I’m a carer for one of my neighbours. There are some families on the street but most of the people are a bit older.“If I had all the money in the world and could afford to live in the richest suburbs, I would still stay here.”last_img read more

Former Broncos coach Wayne Bennett is selling his Brisbane riverfront home

first_imgMr Davis said the modern home was only completed a few months before the pair bought it from the builder.“When Dale and Wayne first saw the house, they signed a contract within two days to buy it — they loved it instantly,” he said. “It’s a stunning big riverside home with large bedrooms plus an office that is bigger than most standard bedrooms if a fifth bedroom was required“It’s got an expansive, open plan lounge and dining area with soaring ceilings, striking timber flooring, bi-fold doors and banks of windows to draw in cooling breezes and natural light.“The pool area is amazing. It’s a resort-style alfresco entertaining area extending off the central living space featuring a stylish outdoor kitchen, built-in BBQ and sparkling heated pool.“It’s very low maintenance with astro turf around the pool and entertaining area.” MORE REAL ESTATE NEWS The scene of ‘Barbecue-gate”At the time, relations between White and Bennett had hit the skids, with the coach sacked by the club on December 2. Wayne Bennett’s entertainment area will sell with the houseSACKED Broncos coach Wayne Bennett is severing ties with Brisbane, selling the riverside home he shared with his fiancee Dale Cage.And yes, the super coach’s infamous entertaining area is included in the sale. The resort-style al fresco entertaining patio made headlines after a number of Broncos players reportedly snubbed a function hosted by club chief executive Paul White in favour of a gathering at Bennett HQ. Features include a downstairs media room, a large office, rumpus room, powder room, three car garage, three bedrooms on the upper level and a master bedroom that includes a walk-in robe and ensuite on the main level of the house. Ms Cage said it was a wonderful street to live in, with good company all round. The four bedroom house was built in 2016 by local builders Grayhaus, who are recognised for their high-end quality finishes. Former Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett now leads the South Sydney Rabbitohs. Picture. Phil HillyardNow the coach of the South Sydney Rabbitohs, the couple had initially planned to rent the property, which was listed for $1850 a week, but will now sell the house to make the permanent move into cockroach country. Wayne Bennett and partner Dale Cage arrive at the Broncos Award Night last year. (AAP/Image Sarah Marshall)Speaking of the Brisbane love nest they once shared, Ms Cage said the property was a “warm, inviting and modern home … made for entertaining”.“We looked all over Brisbane when we were looking to buy … and we both fell in love with this house together,” Ms Cage said.“As soon as we walked in we knew it was right for us, and it would suit a big family as it’s got a heated pool and four big bedrooms, two of which are ensuited.” Wayne Bennett and his partner Dale Cage are selling their home at 356 Brisbane Corso, YerongaMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoThe Corso is a popular riverside street in Brisbane, and is home to a number of notable local sports stars and well known faces. The kitchen The property will officially hit the market tomorrow, with the couple seeking offers over $2 million.Ms Cage said it would suit a professional couple with children at school or university.She said it would be a sad moment when the house sold, but confirmed they would be regular visitors to southeast Queensland.“We both still have our families there and Wayne still has the farms,” she said. MORE NEWS: Former Lion on the hunt for new den “We didn’t really want to sell but it is probably time,” Ms Cage, a former real estate agent, said. “But we are comfortable in Sydney now. We are just renting a brand new duplex at the moment but we are looking at what areas we would like to buy.” It is listed with Ray White Sherwood agent Tim Davis, who sold the house to the couple back in 2016. Former tax evader lists Coast mansion Country music star’s farm ‘escape’ under offer MORE NEWS: A house AND a Lamborghinilast_img read more

Area Boys And Girls Basketball Scores (12-15)

first_imgArea Boys And Girls Basketball Scores.Thursday  (12-15)Boys Scores.Milan  50     Batesville  41Milan Wins JV Game 50-37East Central  73     South Dearborn  53Girls Scores.Milan  63     Rising Sun  63North Decatur  69     Waldron  62Triton Central  47     Hauser  36last_img

QA1 unveils 20th annual IMCA awards program

first_imgLAKEVILLE, Minn. – Twenty-year sponsor QA1 has renewed an awards program that benefits drivers in six IMCA divisions.Product certificates in increments of $250, $150 and $100 will be given to the first, fifth and 10th place finishers in national IMCA Modified, IMCA Late Model, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod point standings.The Lakeville, Minn., high performance parts manufacturer also awards a carbon fiber driveshaft to the Late Model national champion.All QA1 awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed beginning the next week from the IMCA home office. More information is available by calling QA1 directly at 800 721-7761, on Face­book and at“Any time we can recognize a sponsorship milestone it is a big deal, and two decades is a benchmark only the most consistent achieve,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “It is great working with QA1 and we look forward to another twenty years.”last_img read more

Weather radios available for Ohio County residents

first_imgRising Sun, IN—Ohio County Emergency Management has announced that they have a limited supply of weather radios for free for Ohio County Residents. If you are interested in one, please stop by their office at the Emergency Services Building located at 121 South High Street between  9 am to 5 pm Monday – Friday.last_img

Update on the latest sports

first_imgNASCAR’s season-opening race is being delayed by rain for a second time, leading to the possibility of a Monday finish. Pole-sitter Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was the leader 20 laps into the race when the rain returned, sending drivers back to pit road. Joey Logano was sitting in second, followed by Aric Almirola, Ryan Newman and Kevin Harvick.The first delay lasted 50 minutes and came moments after the presidential motorcade completed a ceremonial parade lap around the 2 1/2-mile track. The second stoppage was prompted by heavier rain, further soaking a racing surface that takes hours to dry.T25 MEN’S BASKETBALL-SCHEDULEAztecs stay unbeatenUNDATED (AP) — San Diego State remains the only unbeaten team in Division I men’s basketball following a resounding victory at Boise State. Suter, Brewers avoid arbitrationUNDATED (AP) — Milwaukee Brewers left-hander Brent Suter has avoided salary arbitration by accepting a two-year, $2.5 million deal.Suter returned from Tommy John surgery last September and went 4-0 with a 0.49 ERA in nine relief appearances, helping the Brewers earn an NL wild-card spot. Suter had mostly been a starter the previous two seasons with Milwaukee before having elbow surgery in July 2018. He is expected to be used out of the bullpen this year.In other baseball news:— Pitcher Chad Bettis has signed a minor league contract with the Yankees, a deal that includes an invitation to big league spring training. The 30-year-old right-hander was 1-6 with one save and a 6.08 ERA in 39 games for Colorado last season. Associated Press Update on the latest sports — The Ducks’ postponed game against the visiting Blues will be played March 11. The game began last Tuesday and was stopped when defenseman Jay Bouwmeester collapsed on the bench during the first period. The game will begin with a 1-1 score, as it was at the time of the postponement. It will follow a full 60-minute format.LPGA-WOMEN’S AUSTRALIAN OPENInbee Park wins Australian OpenADELAIDE, Australia (AP) — Seven-time major champion Inbee Park saw a seven shot lead shrink to two Sunday before winning the Women’s Australian Open by three strokes over Amy Olson.Park closed with a 1-over 74 for a 14 under total in her first LPGA title in almost two years. Park moved seven strokes ahead of the field early on the back nine, but she walked off the 16th green just two in front of Olson before claiming her 20th LPGA victory. NHL-NEWSIslanders get blueline help with GreeneUNDATED (AP) — The New York Islanders have solidified their defense for the playoff push by acquiring Devils captain Andy Greene for blueline prospect David Quenneville (KWEHN-vihl) and a second-round pick in the 2021 draft.The Islanders have been searching for a quality defenseman since losing Adam Pelech (PEH’-lehk) to an Achilles tendon injury on Jan. 2. Greene also gives them a lefty-shooting defender on a team filled with right-handed defensemen.Also in the NHL: — Cardinals pitcher Miles Mikolas (MY’-koh-las) was scratched from his second bullpen session of the spring because of a flexor tendon issue. Cardinals manager Mike Shildt said the Cardinals hope to have a more concrete time frame for Mikolas return to the mound in a day or two.— Former All-Star shortstop Tony Fernández has died at age 57 after a long battle with kidney disease. Fernández made five All-Star teams during his 17 major league seasons and helped the Toronto Blue Jays win the 1993 World Series. He won four straight Gold Gloves with the Blue Jays in the 1980s and holds club records for career hits and games played.NHL-SCHEDULEBruins, Pens winUNDATED (AP) — The Boston Bruins have expanded their lead in the NHL’s Atlantic Division, while the Pittsburgh Penguins have inched two points closer to the Metropolitan Division lead.center_img February 16, 2020 Charlie Coyle scored the Bruins’ second short-handed goal in as many days to give Boston a 2-0 lead in the second period of a 3-1 victory over the Rangers. Charlie McAvoy tallied late in the first period and Patrice Bergeron (pah-TREES’ BEHR’-zhuh-rahn) added an empty-netter to secure the Bruins’ eighth win in nine gamesJaroslav Halak (YAH’-rah-slahv hah-LAHK’) stopped 25 shots and blanked the Rangers until Mika Zibanejad (MEE’-kuh zih-BAN’-eh-jad) beat him midway through the third period.The win pushes the Bruins three points ahead of Tampa Bay for both the Atlantic Division and overall lead.In Pittsburgh, Patric Hornqvist had two goals and an assist as the Penguins knocked off the Red Wings, 5-1. Sidney Crosby added a goal and an assist, giving him 19 points in 12 games since returning from core muscle surgery.Matt Murray stopped 27 shots for the Penguins, who won for the 11th time in 15 games to pull within one point of the Metropolitan-leading Capitals. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNASCAR-DAYTONA 500Daytona 500 underway after rain delayDAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The leader of the Daytona 500 so far today has been precipitation. Malachi Flynn had 22 points and the Aztecs improved to 26-0 with a 72-55 trouncing of the Broncos. Yanni Wetzell had 14 points and seven rebounds for San Diego State, while Matt Mitchell delivered 11 points, seven boards and five steals.In other top-25 games Sunday:— Collin Gillespie scored a season-high 29 points and 15th-ranked Villanova finished 4-0 against Philadelphia’s Big 5 schools by trouncing Temple, 76-56. Jermaine Samuels added 13 points and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl had 10 in the Wildcat’s seventh straight win over the Owls.— Luka Garza dropped in 24 points and No. 21 Iowa closed on an 11-0 run to pull out a 58-55 victory at Minnesota. Golden Gophers center Daniel Oturu missed the front end of a one-and-one free-throw attempt with a chance to tie the game with 3.8 seconds left.MLB-NEWS PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS-CHUBB CLASSICParel wins in NaplesNAPLES, Fla. (AP) — Scott Parel closed with an 8-under 63 to overcome a three-stroke deficit and win the Chubb Classic by two shots.It’s Parel’s third career victory on the PGA Tour Champions surpassing $5 million for his career. It also moves him atop the Charles Schwab Cup standings for the first time in his career.Bob Estes shot 64 to end up second. Kevin Sutherland fired a 67 to finish in a third-place tie with Bernhard Langer, who closed with a 69.last_img read more

Zaugg first-rate second option for Badgers

first_imgGREGORY DIXON/Herald photoBeginning with a heroic two-goal performance in the national championship game against archrival Minnesota last season, junior forward Jinelle Zaugg has shown that she is a force to be reckoned with.Zaugg has found the net in each of the Badgers’ first six games, including a hat trick against St. Cloud State, and has been a major part of the team’s early success.Currently the nation’s leading scorer (she has 12 points on four assists and eight goals), Zaugg has built off of her sophomore campaign during which she scored 24 goals and has been able to find the net more often this season. Her increased scoring has forced opponents to pay more attention to her, taking both pressure and defenders away from teammate and last season’s Patty Kazmaier Award winner Sara Bauer.”I think it’s confused other teams on who to guard the most,” Zaugg said of her play taking pressure off of Bauer. “It’s worked to both of our advantages, sometimes they guard me more, which opens [Bauer] up for more opportunities, sometimes it’s vice versa.”Bauer, who has registered an assist on four of Zaugg’s goals this season, is currently second in the country in scoring with 11 points, one behind Zaugg.”I think she’s a huge asset, she’s been scoring quite frequently,” Bauer said of Zaugg’s play. “That’s what you need to do, put the puck in the net.”The Badgers’ power play has also received a huge boost from Zaugg’s scoring. Zaugg has scored five of her eight goals on the power play and has been a huge reason the Badgers have converted on 34.3 percent of their power plays this season, a big jump from last season’s 20.3 percent.”Bauer and I are connecting more, that’s been a big reason for [the power play’s success],” Zaugg said of her chemistry with Bauer on the power play. “I feel pretty comfortable with [the power play], I think we’re doing pretty well.””Sometimes you work the puck around really well and don’t get anything out of it,” Bauer added. “But this year, we’ve done a nice job and we’ve been very successful.”Zaugg, who at 6-foot-1 is the biggest of the Badger players, has been able to use her towering frame to outmuscle opponents and put the puck in the net.”She’s got great size and outstanding strength, but more importantly, she can shoot a puck very, very hard,” Wisconsin coach Mark Johnson said of Zaugg’s size and ability.Zaugg certainly hasn’t come out of nowhere — her 37 points last season were fourth on the team — but her improvement this season has been very noticeable. So what’s been the difference between Zaugg this season and years past? The popular answer seems to be confidence.”I think she’s grown up quite a bit,” Johnson said. “Obviously having a good season last year builds confidence in a player.””She’s gained confidence,” Bauer also said of her teammate. “She’s more assertive now, and I think that’s worked in her favor.”Quick to deflect praise, Zaugg attributes a lot of her success this season to her teammates, practice, hard work and a little bit of luck.”I guess the shots are just going in this year,” Zaugg said. “I feel like I’m working harder, I still think there’s a lot to improve on, though.”This weekend, Zaugg will get another shot against Minnesota, a team Zaugg scored against four times last year, including the two in the title game.”There’s nothing like beating a Gopher,” Zaugg said.If there’s anyone who knows how to do that best, it’s her.last_img read more