French set up – Longchamp Bags http://long-champbags.com/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 04:09:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://long-champbags.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/favicon-1-120x120.png French set up – Longchamp Bags http://long-champbags.com/ 32 32 Nuns created some of Australia’s first schools, but their history remains shrouded https://long-champbags.com/nuns-created-some-of-australias-first-schools-but-their-history-remains-shrouded/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 03:59:00 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/nuns-created-some-of-australias-first-schools-but-their-history-remains-shrouded/ In a wealthy country like Australia, an era without public schools seems unimaginable. But in the 1840s, when the Sisters of Mercy opened the first secondary school in Western Australia, there were only a few small private schools. Many children, especially girls, receive no formal education. Nuns, or nuns, made education more accessible. Their way […]]]>

In a wealthy country like Australia, an era without public schools seems unimaginable. But in the 1840s, when the Sisters of Mercy opened the first secondary school in Western Australia, there were only a few small private schools. Many children, especially girls, receive no formal education.

Nuns, or nuns, made education more accessible. Their way of life also provided one of the few leadership opportunities for women.

These women have demonstrated entrepreneurial and diplomatic skills while developing education in Australia. Their work required them to navigate hostile male hierarchies, religious discrimination, class struggles and complex relationships with Indigenous peoples.

Historians have documented some of this history, but there is a long way to go. In a country committed to egalitarianism, the lives of nuns testify to the larger historical reality of inequality.

Where did these women come from?

Religious orders are made up of people living apart from society but as a community under the spiritual rule of their founder. Catherine McAuley (1778-1841) founded the Sisters of Mercy in Dublin when she opened the first House of Mercy dedicated to serving the poor, sick and uneducated.

Catherine’s approach to helping the burgeoning poor in Ireland was radical. The community consisted of two classes of sisters. The choir sisters were educated, middle-class women and usually served as teachers. The lay sisters were poor and working class and managed the kitchen or the laundry.

Ursula Frayne (1816-1885), who opened the first secondary school in Western Australia as well as schools in Victoria in the mid-19th century, had trained with McAuley. In 1845, Bishop John Brady visited the Sisters’ Convent in Dublin and asked the Mother Superior to send six Sisters to Western Australia with Frayne as head.

While sailing to Western Australia aboard the Elizabeth, one member of the missionary party traveling with Bishop Brady was a young French monk, Léandre Fonteinne, who noted ominously:

“His Lordship is only concerned […] for the six nuns he brings with us. They are and will remain for many years a burden on the mission.

What did they do in Australia?

After arriving in Perth, in 1846, the sisters became the first female religious teaching order to establish a school in Australia. After navigating sectarianism in Ireland, they decided to offer a general education to all Christians. The sisters prioritized Aboriginals, Irish immigrant orphans, the poor, and the uneducated. The sisters established a fee-paying school, a voluntary institution and Western Australia’s first high school.

Coming from a prosperous Dublin family, Frayne was conscious of his class, but the distinction between choir and lay nuns was not viable in colonial Perth. Leaning on the bishop was not an option that would allow them to advance their business.

For these women to be self-sufficient, each had to perform domestic chores. Frayne herself became a baker.

Although Bishop Brady promised financial support, in 1850 Frayne traveled to Colombo, Malta, Rome, Florence, Paris, England and Ireland to raise funds. In March 1851 she returned to Perth with £450. She gave £157 to the Bishop, who was broke.

In 1853 the nuns could afford a new £800 school building. As the sisters’ workload increased, they applied to Dublin for “strong” lay sisters.

Two of the oldest lay sisters sent from Dublin were Catherine O’Reilly and Catherine Strahan. O’Reilly filled several roles, including that of a carpenter. She was eventually promoted to choir sister and helped establish schools in places such as Geraldton.

Strahan’s trajectory was different. Strahan was a lay sister at 30 and provided essential cooking and laundry services for the convent until her death at 67.

In 1857 Frayne moved to Melbourne to establish a new school replacing Brady as bishop, Joseph Serra, frequently interfering in the direction of the order. Frayne felt that much of his interference was unnecessary. Such interference culminated in Queensland, where the Sisters of Mercy had established the state’s first girls’ secondary school. The local bishop withheld part of their government salary and exposed them to starvation and premature death.

Ursula Frayne was a pioneer in education in Perth and Melbourne.

Undeniably important but curiously anonymous

The nuns ran important educational enterprises. Historian Stephanie Burley considers the Irish teaching orders to be an empire within the British Empire. Their classes bridged the political, religious and cultural norms of the Irish Catholic Church and the British Empire, acting as a pacifying force between the two spheres.

Unfortunately, as historian Colin Barr notes:

“Unfortunately, historians have too often seen these women as an undifferentiated mass, undeniably important but curiously anonymous. Still [they] were not merely passive transmitters of male ideas or initiatives.

As a leader, Frayne has been the subject of biographies. However, Catherine O’Reilly and Catherine Strahan remained cloistered.

Women who worked in domestic roles in religious communities deserve greater attention. Although historians are increasingly interested in the wider role of nuns in Australian society, some aspects of their influence remain opaque.


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Chase Bank cleared to pursue Carrefour establishment debt https://long-champbags.com/chase-bank-cleared-to-pursue-carrefour-establishment-debt/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 21:01:55 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/chase-bank-cleared-to-pursue-carrefour-establishment-debt/ Market News Chase Bank cleared to pursue Carrefour establishment debt Monday, June 20, 2022 Carrefour supermarket in Mombasa. FILE PHOTO | NMG The High Court has cleared Chase Bank, which is in liquidation, to sue the owners of French retail chain Carrefour over a debt of more than 10.5 million shillings. The lender, which was […]]]>

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The High Court has cleared Chase Bank, which is in liquidation, to sue the owners of French retail chain Carrefour over a debt of more than 10.5 million shillings.

The lender, which was put into liquidation by the Central Bank of Kenya in 2017, is claiming 10.5 million shillings from Majid Al Futtaim Hypermarkets Ltd for costs incurred in setting up the retail chain’s outlet at the detail in addition to damages for loss of earnings.

The case was filed in August 2017, but following new developments in the receivership by the regulator, Chase Bank Limited (in liquidation) returned to court asking to be allowed to continue the case to recover the debt.

“I have read the pleadings filed here and note that plaintiff’s request is not frivolous or an abuse of legal process,” the judge said. Judge Okwany denied a request by Crossroads to compel Chase Bank to provide security for the charges, in the event the lender’s quest is unsuccessful.

The national finance director of the retail chain, Alaa Ahmed Mahmoud Abdo El-Gindy, had argued that it would be difficult to pursue the costs of the collapsed bank, in case it (Chase Bank) lost the case.

“At this interlocutory stage of the proceedings, the court cannot say that conclusive evidence has been presented to show that the plaintiff will not be able to pay the costs, notwithstanding his current financial situation. I therefore conclude that a security order of the costs may jeopardize the plaintiff’s recovery plan, ”said the judge.

The regulator authorized the liquidation of the assets of Chase Bank, left aside after the takeover by SBM Bank.

Mauritian lender SBM Bank took over 75% of certain assets and liabilities of Chase Bank in 2018. In the deal with Chase Bank, SBM valued the total assets acquired at 69.59 billion shillings, with fixed assets having a fair value of 1 shilling. .25 billion.

The CBK had also ordered the Kenya Deposit Insurance Corporation, the receiver, to begin liquidating the remaining assets, as part of an exercise to recover money for customers who had more than the guaranteed maximum amount that s now stands at 500,000 shillings. .

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Jabeur fends off Gauff to set up Berlin title clash with Olympic champion Bencic https://long-champbags.com/jabeur-fends-off-gauff-to-set-up-berlin-title-clash-with-olympic-champion-bencic/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 16:45:46 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/jabeur-fends-off-gauff-to-set-up-berlin-title-clash-with-olympic-champion-bencic/ Ons Jabeur kept Coco Gauff waiting for her top-10 debut as the Tunisian battled her teenage opponent to reach the Berlin Open final. Gauff would have had a career-highest WTA list ranking had she won Saturday’s semi-final, but top seed Jabeur prevailed 7-6 (7-4) 6-2 to earn Belinda a chance Bencic in the title match. […]]]>

Ons Jabeur kept Coco Gauff waiting for her top-10 debut as the Tunisian battled her teenage opponent to reach the Berlin Open final.

Gauff would have had a career-highest WTA list ranking had she won Saturday’s semi-final, but top seed Jabeur prevailed 7-6 (7-4) 6-2 to earn Belinda a chance Bencic in the title match. .

Only world number one Iga Swiatek has won more matches on the WTA Tour than fourth-placed Jabeur this year, who picked up a 29th win as she overcame a 3-1 career deficit to Gauff to claim victory.

Gauff, at 18 years and 98 days, would have become the youngest American to reach a grass singles final on tour since Andrea Jaeger was runner-up to Martina Navratilova at Wimbledon in 1983.

It was not to be his day though, with Jabeur breaking serve for the fourth time in the game to seal the win, cheered on by a large Tunisian home crowd.

Reflecting on the match, Jabeur said: “When you play against Coco, you have to have all the shots. She’s a talented player, she’s very hard to beat. You can see that I’ve already lost three times against her.

“Sometimes she takes it, sometimes I take it, and it was a great game for both of us.”

This is only the second WTA tournament where Jabeur, 27, is one of the top seeds.

“I’ve tried to act like a number one seed on and off the court, and that’s good pressure,” she added. “I try to handle it very well and with the support of our Tunisian people here, it’s great.”

Olympic gold medalist Bencic previously secured an impressive 6-7 (6-8) 6-4 6-4 victory over second seeded Greece Maria Sakkari in the first semi-final.

Jabeur was beaten by Bencic in a hard-fought final in Charleston in April but is determined to get a different result this time around.

“I will definitely go for the final rematch because we faced each other in Charleston, and it was a very, very tough game,” Jabeur said. “I hope she’s tired from today’s game.”

Rain meant there was no play at the Birmingham Classic on Saturday, with the semi-finals rescheduled for Sunday.

Beatriz Haddad Maia will face 2019 Wimbledon champion Simona Halep, while Zhang Shuai will face Sorana Cirstea.


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Cheshire crisis cafes set up as lockdown hurts children’s mental health https://long-champbags.com/cheshire-crisis-cafes-set-up-as-lockdown-hurts-childrens-mental-health/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/cheshire-crisis-cafes-set-up-as-lockdown-hurts-childrens-mental-health/ The lockdown has had a significant impact on the mental health of children and young people, with up to one in six needing help, a health boss has said. Dr Anushta Sivananthan, medical director of the Cheshire & Wirral Partnership NHS Trust, said a wellness center and crisis cafes were just two services set up […]]]>

The lockdown has had a significant impact on the mental health of children and young people, with up to one in six needing help, a health boss has said. Dr Anushta Sivananthan, medical director of the Cheshire & Wirral Partnership NHS Trust, said a wellness center and crisis cafes were just two services set up in East Cheshire to help tackle the problem.

She told the Cheshire East Council Oversight Committee: ‘The impact of the pandemic has resulted in a 20 per cent increase in demand for specialist mental health care, and this across all ages. For children and young people, at one point it went up to 40%, it went down to 20%, but it is clear that the impact of the pandemic and the lockdown has had a significant impact on the mental health of people.

The doctor said the CWP reacted in several ways. “As part of the long-term mental health plan, we were able to invest in 24/7 liaison psychiatry services at the two acute care hospitals,” she said during the interview. Tuesday’s meeting at the council headquarters in Sandbach.

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“We have opened two crisis cafes, one in Crewe and one in Macclesfield, which means people with mental health needs can simply come in and get support and care locally. We have also launched an Intensive Mental Health Support Team for those with the most complex needs so that we can provide intensive holistic support.

The doctor said the loss of a normal routine for children had had a significant negative impact on their mental health, saying: ‘The prevalence of children and young people requiring mental health support is now estimated to have risen from one in six to one in nine. This has clearly resulted in more people requiring hospital care, but there has also been an increase in referrals to our community services,” she said.

She said a wellness center had been developed for children and families who could self-refer for advice and support. Cllr Rachel Bailey (Audlem, Con) said the children’s learning ability and self-esteem were affected “because they literally couldn’t interact like they would have if the masks didn’t were not necessary”.

She asked what arrangements were made in schools to help children. Dr Sivananthan said Cheshire East has been instrumental in setting up Intensive Mental Health Support Teams in schools.

She said: “We have specialists who work in schools not only to see pupils but also to help teachers help others. Not all schools are covered. There is not 100% coverage, but we are working on it, and as part of the long-term plan for mental health, this investment will go to Intensive Mental Health Support Teams in schools.

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Kishida unveils plan to set up pandemic crisis control unit https://long-champbags.com/kishida-unveils-plan-to-set-up-pandemic-crisis-control-unit/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 12:43:27 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/kishida-unveils-plan-to-set-up-pandemic-crisis-control-unit/ TOKYO— Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Wednesday announced plans to create an infectious disease crisis management agency to better prepare for future pandemics. Kishida, marking the end of the current parliamentary session and weeks before national elections on July 10, said Japan had succeeded in significantly slowing COVID-19 infections, but it was still too […]]]>

TOKYO— Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Wednesday announced plans to create an infectious disease crisis management agency to better prepare for future pandemics.

Kishida, marking the end of the current parliamentary session and weeks before national elections on July 10, said Japan had succeeded in significantly slowing COVID-19 infections, but it was still too early to “turn down our guards”. He said it was necessary to “walk the path back to ordinary life carefully” as Japan gradually resumes social and business activities as well as tourism.

Kishida, who had low public expectations when he took office in October and recorded unimpressive support ratings of 40%, has since risen steadily in popularity to over 60%, buoyed by easing public concerns. public about infection and growing concern over the Ukraine crisis.

His plan to create the infectious disease crisis management agency responded to criticism that the government was unprepared and lacked a centralized command center to manage COVID-19, and was hampered by bureaucratic divisions. in the allocation of hospital beds, testing centers and the deployment of vaccines. .

Kishida said Japan’s two main infectious disease research institutes will be unified into one that will be overseen by the health ministry and serve as Japan’s version of the United States’ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

He also reiterated his promise to strengthen Japan’s diplomatic and security roles to contribute to international peace at a time when it is badly shaken by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Japan has stood with the United States and Europe to sanction Russia and support Ukraine, and has also stepped up cooperation with NATO. Kishida announced on Wednesday his intention to attend a NATO summit later this month as the first Japanese leader to do so.

Kishida, in summits with US President Joe Biden and other regional leaders last month in Tokyo, has already pledged a significant boost to Japan’s military capacity and budget.

He said protecting lives and restoring the economy had been his promise since taking office, and that “I will fulfill my responsibility as Prime Minister by delivering on my promises”.

Citing the pandemic and Russia’s war on Ukraine that have triggered global price increases, Kishida said the world is “at a historic turning point” and the upcoming elections are “for voters to pass judgment on Japan’s response to challenges”.

Kishida also pledged to take steps to mitigate energy and food price increases resulting from the Ukraine crisis.

The war has caused fossil fuel shortages for resource-scarce Japan, he said, pledging to maximize the development of renewable energy and speed up the restart of nuclear reactors, whose recovery has been delayed by stricter safety standards after the Fukushima disaster and a lingering anti-nuclear public sentiment. .

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VinFast prepares its establishment in Europe https://long-champbags.com/vinfast-prepares-its-establishment-in-europe/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 13:50:54 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/vinfast-prepares-its-establishment-in-europe/ Vietnamese electric car maker VinFast has announced the opening of more than 50 stores in Germany, France and the Netherlands. Specifically, more than 25 VinFast stores are to be built in Germany, 20 in France and five in the Netherlands. According to VinFast, among the first confirmed locations in Germany are Frankfurt, Berlin, Cologne, Oberhausen […]]]>

Vietnamese electric car maker VinFast has announced the opening of more than 50 stores in Germany, France and the Netherlands. Specifically, more than 25 VinFast stores are to be built in Germany, 20 in France and five in the Netherlands.

According to VinFast, among the first confirmed locations in Germany are Frankfurt, Berlin, Cologne, Oberhausen and Hamburg. In France, outlets are planned in Paris, Marseille, Nantes, Rennes, Nice, Montpellier, Aix en Provence and Metz, among others. In the Netherlands, the first VinFast store will open in Amsterdam.

In the process, the company claims that not only the cities but also the exact showroom locations have already been decided. “Following a robust evaluation process that considered factors such as existing infrastructure, location and potential EV community, locations were selected to optimize guest convenience,” the statement read. . Stores vary in size and offer sales-only or full-service options.

“The announcement of VinFast stores in the French, German and Dutch markets confirms VinFast’s seriousness and commitment to Europe,” said Le Thi Thu Thuy, Vice President of Vingroup and CEO of VinFast. “VinFast is not just there to sell cars. We are here to inspire change and accelerate the transition to electric vehicles for the benefit of the environment.

In mid-May, the automaker released more technical details, retail prices and monthly battery rental rates for its first two models, the VF 8 and VF 9. In January at CES, VinFast showed three more electric cars to be launched in the coming years.

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Medvedev knocks out defending champion Mannarino to set up Van Rijthoven final https://long-champbags.com/medvedev-knocks-out-defending-champion-mannarino-to-set-up-van-rijthoven-final/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 18:05:20 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/medvedev-knocks-out-defending-champion-mannarino-to-set-up-van-rijthoven-final/ Daniil Medvedev is one game away from winning his first title of 2022 after beating Adrian Mannarino in straight sets to reach the Rosmalen Grass Courts final. Defending champion Mannarino had won eight straight at the ATP 250 event, last held in 2019, but fell 7-5 7-5 to Medvedev in a game of just less […]]]>

Daniil Medvedev is one game away from winning his first title of 2022 after beating Adrian Mannarino in straight sets to reach the Rosmalen Grass Courts final.

Defending champion Mannarino had won eight straight at the ATP 250 event, last held in 2019, but fell 7-5 7-5 to Medvedev in a game of just less than two hours.

Top-seeded Medvedev, whose last final appearance was at the Australian Open in January, will now face local favorite Tim van Rijthoven on Sunday.

“Adrian is playing well, and some games in this match felt like: okay, I can’t do anything,” said Medvedev, who will reclaim the top spot in the ATP rankings next week.

“I just had to keep playing tennis. He was amazing at times, missing at times, so I kept playing, and it worked out today.”

Medvedev was far from his best against Mannarino, who struck flat, with the first set featuring five breaks of serve, but the 26-year-old did enough to take the lead.

After losing a chance to serve the match in the 10th game of the second set, Medvedev outstripped a gigantic 11th game and avoided any kind of scare to advance.

The Russian will next face a different kind of test against Van Rijthoven after the Dutch wildcard stunned second seed Felix Auger-Aliassime earlier on Saturday.

Van Rijthoven, who hadn’t won a match at tour level until his first-round win over Matthew Ebden, prevailed 6-3 1-6 7-6 (7-5) in a semi-final thrilling.

After splitting the first two sets, Van Rijthoven wasted six break point chances in the tiebreak but kept his composure in the tiebreak to continue his dream run.

He is the first Dutchman to reach the final at ‘s-Hertogenbosch since Raemon Sluiter in 2009.


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Tsitsipas and Murray set up Stuttgart tennis showdown, Kyrgios also reaches quarter-finals https://long-champbags.com/tsitsipas-and-murray-set-up-stuttgart-tennis-showdown-kyrgios-also-reaches-quarter-finals/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 13:37:17 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/tsitsipas-and-murray-set-up-stuttgart-tennis-showdown-kyrgios-also-reaches-quarter-finals/ Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas will face former world number one Andy Murray. EPA-EFE/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO COMMERCIAL SALES By Ricky Dimon The BOSS Open draw may not be of Grand Slam caliber, which is understandable since it is only an ATP 250 tournament. But at the same time, it is likely to keep a many […]]]>
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The BOSS Open draw may not be of Grand Slam caliber, which is understandable since it is only an ATP 250 tournament. But at the same time, it is likely to keep a many of its star players for the duration, unlike Roland-Garros.

The two seeds Stefanos Tsitsipas and Matteo Berrettini advanced to the quarter-finals, joined by Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios. Although Tsitsipas, Murray and Kyrgios are all in the top half, a quarter-final clash between Berrettini and Lorenzo Sonego at the bottom of the range makes for an intriguing game on Friday.

Berrettini and Sonego advanced on Wednesday, while Tsitsipas, Murray and Kyrgios clinched their last-eight tickets on Thursday. After a bye, Tsitsipas made a quick 6-3, 6-4 job of Swiss qualifier Dominic Stricker.

“I could work a bit on the first serve percentage, which could be higher,” admitted the fifth-placed Greek, who hadn’t won a match on grass since 2019. “Otherwise I was very involved in my footwork – being very active on the first serve, pushing my opponent away. It was a good game.”

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Next up for Tsitsipas is Murray, who beat Alexander Bublik 6-3, 7-6(4). A rollercoaster second set saw the 35-year-old Scotsman come back from a break, fall behind 5-2, recover to force a tiebreaker and then take the win by taking the breaker seven to four.

“He’s predictable in his unpredictability,” Murray said of Bublik during his on-court interview. “You’re ready for some amazing shots and then maybe some loose plays. Today he played some amazing stuff for five or six games in the second set and everything was flowing and I was a little frustrated but I kept fighting. I held a tough game at 2-5 and I think I played well until the end.

Kyrgios needed three sets to advance, beating Nikoloz Basilashvili 6-7(4), 6-4, 6-3. The 27-year-old Aussie fired 20 aces against a single double fault and he wasn’t broken once.

“He’s a hell of a player,” Kyrgios said. “He’s world No. 25 for a reason and he’s beaten some great opponents so I knew he was dangerous. When he gets into his rhythm it’s hard to get out of it. I’m just very happy with the how I competed.

Ricky contributes to 10sballs.com and also runs its own tennis website, The Grandstand. You can follow him on Twitter at @Dimonator.





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Traveler site set up near Great Western Park in Didcot https://long-champbags.com/traveler-site-set-up-near-great-western-park-in-didcot/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 02:01:42 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/traveler-site-set-up-near-great-western-park-in-didcot/ A VISITING traveler site has been spotted setting up near a new housing estate in Didcot. People spotted the camp being set up at the bottom of Taylor Wimpey’s Great Western Park development near the A4130 roundabout. Taylor Wimpey’s developers have been made aware of the site’s existence as well as Oxfordshire Country Council and […]]]>

A VISITING traveler site has been spotted setting up near a new housing estate in Didcot.

People spotted the camp being set up at the bottom of Taylor Wimpey’s Great Western Park development near the A4130 roundabout.

Taylor Wimpey’s developers have been made aware of the site’s existence as well as Oxfordshire Country Council and Thames Valley Police.

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Councilor Sally Povolotsky, a Liberal Democrat member who represents Hendreds and Harwell on the country council, said: ‘County council, police and Taylor Wimpey have all been notified.

“I went through the site yesterday. However, it is important to note that Great Wester Park has yet to be adopted by council.

“So it’s up to Taylor Wimpey to issue eviction orders. Our travel team has also been notified.

This story was written by Gee Harland, she joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

Gee covers Wallingford and Didcot.

Get in touch with her by emailing: Gee.harland@newsquest.co.uk

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Portugal and Spain win to stage Nations League Final Four battle https://long-champbags.com/portugal-and-spain-win-to-stage-nations-league-final-four-battle/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 22:51:20 +0000 https://long-champbags.com/portugal-and-spain-win-to-stage-nations-league-final-four-battle/ BOSTON: Even as he lay on the court, with 240-pound Celtics center Al Horford over his recently recovered left ankle, Stephen Curry knew what was wrong. And as soon as he got up and took a few steps, he knew he was going to be fine. “I’m going to play. That’s all I know for […]]]>

BOSTON: Even as he lay on the court, with 240-pound Celtics center Al Horford over his recently recovered left ankle, Stephen Curry knew what was wrong.

And as soon as he got up and took a few steps, he knew he was going to be fine.

“I’m going to play. That’s all I know for now,” the Warriors star said Thursday, a day before Golden State took on Boston in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.

“I know exactly what it is,” said Curry, who injured the same ankle in a similar play in a season-ending game against Boston. “I guess (there’s) some comfort knowing that I’ve been through it before, but you’d also rather not have to deal with something like that at this point in the season.”

Curry found himself at the bottom of a pile Wednesday night as players from both teams dove for a loose ball late in the fourth quarter. Teammate Draymond Green said he heard Curry scream in pain, but the Warriors star stayed in the game until coach Steve Kerr sent the bench behind 14 with two minutes left.

The Celtics held on to win 116-100 and take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Golden State needs a win on Friday night to avoid falling behind 3-1 before the series returns to San Francisco.

A key for them to avoid the edge of elimination: Curry not only by staying healthy, but by playing as a two-time NBA MVP. The Warriors guard scored 31 points in Game 3, but only two of them came in the fourth quarter as the league-leading Celtics defense chased him down the field.

Golden State held a movie night on Thursday, but the team regulars didn’t practice. Curry appeared to be walking without a limp as he entered the media room to speak to reporters, and he ascended the podium steps three at a time. He had no leg bandages or splints.

Curry said he slept a lot – 10.5 hours – and spent time with his foot in an ice bucket. But he said he didn’t need an MRI because the injury was the same one he suffered when Celtics guard Marcus Smart landed on his foot during a March 16 game in San Francisco.

“This one just wasn’t as bad as that one,” said Curry, who missed the final 12 games of the regular season. “As soon as you start taking a few steps, you kind of know if you can run normally, cut normally or not. At the time, I couldn’t. Yesterday I could. It gave me some confidence knowing it wasn’t as bad.

When asked Thursday if he would be out if it was a regular season game, Curry said he couldn’t say for sure.

But for Game 4 of the NBA Finals, there’s no doubt about it.

“I know I’m going to play,” he said.

The Celtics listed center Robert Williams III as questionable on Thursday with the left knee injury that required season-ending surgery and sidelined him for seven of the team’s first 14 playoff games.

Boston coach Ime Udoka said forward Jayson Tatum was dealing with a right shoulder sting.

“It will pop every time it gets hit the wrong way,” Udoka said. “(He) had to shoot a few free throws afterwards, he might be a little numb there. He shoots a three right after, so I’m not sure that hinders his ability to finish.

Golden State has beaten Boston in the third quarter of all three games so far, so a reporter asked Kerr why they couldn’t start the game the same way.

“I ask myself this question very often,” he said, “and I don’t have an answer.”

The Warriors outscored the Celtics by a combined score of 106-63 in the Finals. Golden State had a 33-25 advantage Wednesday night, overcoming a 12-point halftime deficit and briefly taking the lead.

Kerr joked that he had a book of “incredibly inspirational quotes” to draw on.

“I’m just trying to pull off the good one,” he said. “And if I motivate them and they’re excited, then they seem to play better.”

Third-quarter struggles are a recurring problem for the Celtics, who experienced similar lapses against Miami and Milwaukee.

“It’s just one of those things where it’s a mystery,” Smart said. “We definitely try not to maintain that pattern.”


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