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first_imgBrazilian mining giant Vale has received a notification from the local court on the suspension of activities at its Port of Tubarão amid environmental concerns.The order, described as a “temporary suspension of activities”, relates to Vale and ArcelorMittal Brazil’s operations at the port’s ore and coal terminals, paralyzing Vale’s export and import.The ruling comes on the back of a police investigation into the matter that found air and water pollution in the surrounding areas of Vale’s coal and iron docks.According to Vale, the decision is causing major impact on the state economy. However, the company said it would take all appropriate legal measures to ensure the re-establishment of its activities.The company also stressed that it has been investing in its environmental control systems and working hard to attain strict compliance with environmental regulations.Based on the court decision, the port will remain closed until the environmental issues are resolved.The announcement comes following the deadly collapse of a dam in Brazil, run by a join venture between Vale and BHP Billiton, that was dubbed as one of the biggest environmental disasters in the country’s history.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

first_imgCapital credits haven’t been retired, and payments haven’t been made, since 2012. Shelley says that’s largely because HEA’s finances were committed to the Independent Light project. Payments will be made the week of April 17, 2017. The average amount for a residential member will be $75. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Homer Electric Association will soon distribute $1.5 million to members who were active between 1986-87. HEA’s Bruce Shelley says the payments are called ‘capital credits.’ When the co-operative earns more than it spends, the excess is distributed back to members. Shelley says a business would describe that ‘excess’ as profit, but HEA is a co-op and ‘profits’ are described as ‘margins.’ From 1960 through 2017, HEA has returned over $18.9 million in capital credits to members of the cooperative.last_img read more

first_imgRugby League PNG LNG Kumul centre Justin Olam has been ruled out for this weekend’s Oceania Cup Pacific Test after injuring his hamstring during training with the Melbourne Storm over the weekend. PNG LNG Kumuls coach Michael Marum said before leaving Port Moresby this morning that SP PNG Hunters centre Brendon Nima will replace Olam. Marum said it is a major setback for the team. “Nene McDonald has been out with injury for a prolonged period and now Justin (Olam) which we will have to deal with,” Marum said. “Brendon Nima will replace Justin and is travelling with us today to Sydney.” Nima wore the red, black and gold jersey during last year’s two game series against England Knights. He will be the seventh debutant for the PNG LNG Kumuls in an international Test Match. The six SP Hunters players – Enock Maki, Junior Rau, Moses Meninga, Stanton Albert, Terry Wapi and Brendon Nima with coach Michael Marum left for Sydney yesterday. They were expected to join up with the Australian-based PNG LNG Kumuls in Sydney last night. The PNG LNG Kumuls play Samoa in the first leg of the Oceania Cup Pacific Test this Saturday (June 22) in Sydney.last_img read more

first_imgHarry Redknapp has launched an astonishing attack on Adel Taarabt.The QPR manager has publicly criticised Taarabt on a number of occasions and gave his most damning assessment of him yet after the 3-2 defeat against Liverpool.Taarabt was left out of the matchday squad for the game, with Redknapp once again indicating that the Moroccan is unfit and refusing to train properly.AdChoices广告Redknapp said: “He’s not fit to play football. He’s about three stone overweight. He played in a reserve game and I could have run about more than he did.“I pick people who want to train and want to come in every day and work and play for a good club like QPR. When he starts doing that – whether he can do it – he’ll get a game.“I can’t keep protecting people. What am I supposed to say, ‘keep getting your £60,000 or £70,000 a week and don’t train’?” Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Rodgers praises Sterling after Reds winUnlucky QPR beaten after incredible finaleRedknapp defiant after gut-wrenching lossQPR’s worry increase as duo are injuredQPR v Liverpool player ratingsHenry admits Rangers were ‘unprofessional’ Clause means Rangers can ditch RioHarry rapped over handling of Taarabt rowRangers confident Onuoha will face VillaTaarabt back in training after Redknapp rowWarnock sympathises with Harry over rowTaarabt recalled by QPR for Burnley clashRedknapp does not regret Taarabt attackTaarabt scheduled to return to actionNo Taarabt as QPR Under-21s battle backTaarabt features in QPR Under-21 gameRedknapp: Morrison should be playing for Barca or Real – and EnglandRedknapp: Taarabt set to feature at BurnleyTaarabt back in the fold after ‘great chat’last_img read more

first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Embed from Getty ImagesJames Perch and Joel Lynch remain sidelined for QPR’s game against Bristol City.Rangers recently welcomed Nedum Onuoha and Grant Hall back, easing the defensive injury problems which have marred the club’s season so far.AdChoices广告Perch is also closing in on a return to action, having recently resumed training following a knee injury.But Perch is not yet ready to play and is likely to feature in at least one Under-23 match before being considered by boss Ian Holloway, while Lynch is still struggling. See also:Ngbakoto plays in QPR Under-23 gameQPR interested in Gers youngster HardieQPR boss eager to stick with his preferred formationlast_img read more

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first_imgLast Updated: 3rd July, 2020 21:08 IST IOA Members Urge For R K Anand To Take Full Control Of Legal Dept Some IOA members feel the need to bring in professionalism in dealing with legal matters and urged RK Anand to take full control of its legal department. FOLLOW US (image credit: PTI) Suman Ray LIVE TV “I understand that the Hon’ble Court today did not allow recognition of 57 NSF and next date is in August2020. Athletics, Hockey, Weightlifting which are training for 2020 Olympic will now stop. Stopping of training is very bad for athletes. IOA lawyers and Government lawyers as usual did not do anything in Court today also. Rajeev Mehta, IOA Secretary General, who handles legal cases of IOA, does not know anything about law and that is why IOA loses cases or compromises in cases and sometime also plays fixed matches.” WATCH US LIVE After High Court’s rap which disallowed provisional recognition to 54 NSFs granted by the Sports Ministry, some members in the Indian Olympic Association feel the need to bring in professionalism in dealing with legal matters and urged eminent lawyer and IOA vice president RK Anand to take full control of its legal department.Read | Contempt petition filed in Delhi HC against IOA Chief for non-complianceIn a letter to IOA President Narinder Batra, a copy of which is with Republic TV, Bholanath Singh, IOA’s Associate Executive Council member wrote:  SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 3rd July, 2020 21:08 IST Read | IOA Chief asserts his position; urges Legal Dept to allow new Committees to functionHe further alleged that “No athlete from Fencing has qualified for Tokyo 2020 and Kho Kho is not an Olympic Sport. Both Rajeev Mehta and Sudhanshu Mittal will try their best to see that training of athletes does not start because it suits them and India wins less medals. They are not in IOA to promote sports but to ruin sports in India. Therefore, I request you to please ask RK Anand Chairman of IOA Legal Committee to take control of IOA legal cases.”Read | Legal notice served to IOA president Narendra Batra on defamation chargesHere’s the letter accessed by Republic TV:  Written By COMMENTlast_img read more

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