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As countries around world face the COVID-19 pandemic, some Indonesian students said that they felt safer staying in Australia, despite Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s statement that international students “make their way home”.On Friday, Morrison advised holiday visa holders and foreign students who are unable to support themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic to return to their home countries as the country looks to reserve economic aid for its own citizens.”As much as it’s lovely to have visitors to Australia in good times, at times like this, if you are a visitor in this country, it is time […] to make your way home,” Morrison after a Cabinet meeting on Friday, as quoted by Australian public broadcaster ABC. Nadiah felt that the hospitals in Australia were more capable, adding that going home might risk contracting the disease during travel and endangering her family back in Indonesia. “I feel safer here,” she said.As of Sunday, Indonesia has announced 2,273 confirmed cases, with 191 deaths, while Australia has recorded 5,687 cases, but only 35 deaths.Marissa Devi, a 27-year old student pursuing her master’s degree at the University of South Australia in Adelaide echoed Dian’s sentiments.“I personally feel safer here, specifically South Australia. A few days ago, it was reported that the state was the best for COVID-19 testing worldwide,” she said. “My parents have asked me to go home, but I feel that, in Jakarta, the risk of contracting the disease is even greater, not to mention the limited capacity for testing.”Indonesia has only tested 7,986 people as of Saturday, while Australia has tested more than 260,000 people.The Indonesian Embassy in Canberra, however, advised Indonesian citizens with travelers and working holiday visas to “immediately arrange a return trip to Indonesia” following the Prime Minister’s statement.Embassy spokesperson Billy Wibisono said that the embassy and consulates would keep track of Indonesian nationals holding working holiday visas that needed help while continuing to aid ones that have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Australia.Topics : Despite the prime minister’s statement, Dian Dini Primadani, the vice president Indonesian Student Association (PPIA) in South Australia, said that around 160 students in the state chose to stay put as they felt safer.She added that some students that have gone back to Indonesia before the pandemic cannot go back to Australia now, forcing them to postpone their studies.Several Indonesian students said they chose to stay because they felt that Australia has better healthcare capabilities.“Because if I go home in Indonesia the conditions are the same, or maybe even worse right?” Nadiah Ghina Shabrina, a 22-year old Indonesian studying for a master’s degree at the University of Technology Sydney told The Jakarta Post on Saturday.
2 Sapphire St, Hollywell.The deceased estate at 2 Sapphire St offers 50m of Broadwater frontage as part of a 1058sq m block.It will go under the hammer at 11am on Saturday.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoIn Mermaid Beach a luxury mansion will go under the hammer on Sunday. 2 Sapphire St, Hollywell goes to auction at 11am on Saturday.“One of a handful of mainland Broadwater fronting blocks, this is unquestionably one of the Gold Coast’s most unique and desirable positions,” the listing states.“The sensational preserved Broadwater outlook is ever changing over expanses of blue water across to the natural wonderland of South Stradbroke Island.” 14-16 Ocean St, Mermaid Beach.The two-storey residence at 14-16 Ocean St features a cinema, entertainment room with wet bar and wine cellar, a pool and an alfresco terrace with kitchenette.And on Sunday afternoon, a spectacular Burleigh Heads duplex will be taken to auction.Designed over three levels, the home at 129 George St allows separation between entertaining and sleeping zones while allowing the vista to take centre stage. 14-16 Ocean St, Mermaid Beach will go under the hammer at 11am on Sunday.“We’ve had strong interest and we’ve got an owner who’s committed to selling,” Michael Kollosche of Kollosche Prestige Agents said.“It represents a really good opportunity to buy an affordable large home beachside of Mermaid Beach.” 129 George St, Burleigh Heads.The middle level is flexible with a media room and gym alongside the bedrooms while the lowest level is dedicated to a master retreat.“The way the home was designed is very unique — you’re inside and would have no idea there is another duplex next door.” 129 George St, Burleigh Heads is going to auction at 3pm in Sunday.Marketing Agent Sean Graves of NGU Real Estate Gold Coast said he was expecting a crowd following a successful marketing campaign.“We’ve had lots of interest,” he said.“Over the past three weeks we’ve had 26 groups through.”The upper level forms the social heart of the home with open plan living spaces and the kitchen. Stacking doors bring the indoors outside. Ray White auctioneer Mitch Peereboom in action on the Gold Coast last month. Photo: Richard GoslingA “LANDMARK estate” is among an array of properties set to go under the hammer on the Gold Coast this weekend.The Hollywell property is being offered to the market for the first time in 40 years, and takes waterfront living to a new level.
Speaking with Lagos-based Brila FM, Omo Agege confirmed that the boxing Federation registered boxers ahead of AIBA deadline for the registration of boxers. Nigeria Boxing Federation (NBF) board member Azania Omo Agege has stated that the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics to 2021 due to the Covid-19 break is a bit of favour. And with the Covid-19 break anticipated , the Federation will now have more time to be ready ahead of the last qualifying window for the boxing event of the Olympics in 2021.Advertisement Omo Agege noted that the Nigeria Boxing Federation now has more time to prepare boxers for the Olympic qualifiers in France. Loading… Nigeria Boxing Federation favoured by Olympic postponement “We got a mail from AIBA (International Boxing Association) saying even if the postponement was going to take place, we had to register which we did before the Covid-19 break so we are in order.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Read Also: Ighalo deserves new Man United deal – Arsenal legend “The boxers have already been registered, there was a deadline for registration which we did. We’ve already registered our boxers that will be going for the qualifiers. “Definitely it favours boxing now, we are already getting ready to go for the qualifiers in France for May just because of the postponement that we can’t go. Promoted Content7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Great Ancient Mysteries That Make China Worth VisitingThe Best Cars Of All TimePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made11 Items You’ve Been Using Wrong Your Whole Life8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?
The 46-year-old resident Robert Mariposa sustainedgunshot wounds on the body, a police report showed. Police identified the suspect as 46-year-oldresident Elvie Sanipa. According to police investigators, Sanipa andMariposa were having a drinking spree when a heated argument ensued betweenthem around 12:30 a.m. on Friday. The motive in the incident was not immediatelyestablished. Meanwhile, officers of the Cauayan municipalpolice station conducted a manhunt operation against Sanipa, who fled after theincident./PN Mariposa was brought to the Cauayan DistrictHospital but was later transferred to the Corazon Locsin Montelibano MemorialRegional Hospital in this city for treatment. BACOLOD City – In Barangay Inayawan, Cauayan,Negros Occidental, a man was shot. This prompted Sanipa to shoot Mariposa usingan improvised firearm, police said.
St. Louis 5th grade girls beat St. Nicholas girls 11-9.All the girls played well and it was a great team win.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Laura Grote.The St. Louis School sixth grade girls basketball team won on Wednesday night and defeated St. Nicholas by a score of 20 to 17.The game was a home game and played at St. Louis. This was the first win for the team this season and the team continues to improve.The team was led in scoring by Pamela Meneses and Olive Cerniglia. Other scorers included Isabel Rennekamp and Abby Smith. Katie Karbowski and Gretchen Oppelt played strong defense and were key overall contributors.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Tom Karbowski.
Aidan O’Brien’s unbeaten Deauville is still among the 18 possibles for the Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday. The Galileo colt is a full-brother to The Corsican and built on his reputation when beating Sanus Per Aquam in the Tyros Stakes at Leopardstown on his second outing. O’Brien has also left in eight of Deauville’s stablemates – Shogun, Air Vice Marshal, Beacon Rock, General Macarthur, Landofhopeandglory, Port Douglas, Unicorn and Lieutenant General. Press Association John Gosden’s Foundation is also unbeaten in two starts and barely came off the bridle in winning a Listed race at Haydock. Richard Hannon’s Listed winner Tony Curtis and stablemate Humphrey Bogart are still engaged, as is the Roger Varian-trained Haalick. Beast Mode, Ibn Malik, Muntazah, Lazzam and Sixth Sense also have the option of running in the Group Two over a mile.
Willian scored a fourth free-kick goal in four games to open the scoring, but Chelsea afterwards scarcely tested Maarten Stekelenburg as they fell to a first home loss to Saints since January 2002. A rare Steven Davis goal levelled matters and Mane put the visitors ahead after mistakes by Gary Cahill and John Terry, before Pelle got Southampton’s third. Southampton might have had a penalty before the equaliser when Mane was tripped by Ramires. The forward was soon after booked for diving, while Radamel Falcao received a yellow card for the same offence as Chelsea desperately sought something in attack. Loic Remy was sent on after Pelle’s goal, Nemanja Matic making way just 28 minutes after coming on as a half-time substitute. But this was not a performance for one scapegoat as Chelsea disintegrated against an excellent Southampton. Mourinho insisted there were no prima donnas or ostriches at Chelsea and his players accepted criticism, but Terry – making his second start in six games, the other at Walsall – might as well have had his head in the sand when a Tadic corner was floated over towards Jose Fonte. Had the ball been a foot lower, it would have been 1-0 to Southampton as Fonte had lost Terry six yards out. Captain John Terry was restored but Saints exposed the now familiar failings in the defence which just five months ago formed the foundation for winning the title. Chelsea have conceded at least two goals in seven of their eight Premier League games this season – the exception the 2-0 defeat of Arsenal – and time and again Sadio Mane, Graziano Pelle and Dusan Tadic found holes in a 3-1 win. Oriol Romeu and Ryan Bertrand seemed keen to impress after being discarded by Mourinho, but both Southampton players were booked, the former for tripping Hazard’s heels. Willian curled the resulting free-kick into the far corner, but Saints – bar two tame Oscar shots – then went on the attack. Ivanovic was unspotted in tugging back Virgil van Dijk before Davis sliced a good chance wide, and Ramires was fortunate not to concede a penalty for a trip on Mane. The theatrical fall did not help Mane, who was moments later booked for diving after a tussle with Ivanovic outside of the box. Fabregas was yellow-carded for diving in last December’s fixture at St Mary’s and Mourinho was furious there was no penalty award then. Ronald Koeman had reason to feel aggrieved, but Saints continued to test Chelsea and Asmir Begovic had to be alert to claw away Victor Wanyama’s cross and save from Bertrand. Southampton equalised after Ramires was booked for a foul on Mane, and Fonte played the ball long to Pelle, with his back to goal. Pelle held off Cahill, chested it and, one bounce later, Davis hit it sweetly to score. Mourinho almost fell off his seat when Falcao was booked for diving and might have done so again when Cahill lost the ball and Terry failed to intercept Pelle’s pass to Mane, who snuck in behind to slot in. Mane ran at Chelsea and then played in Pelle for the third. Chelsea tried in vain to find a response, but none was forthcoming in a second Premier League home loss in three games. Mourinho had lost one of his previous 99. TWEET OF THE MATCH “@graemelesaux14: I’ve just turned on the TV against the advice of many of you. Even if I hadn’t lost my voice, I’d be lost for words! #cfcvsou” – Former England and Chelsea defender Graeme Le Saux was one of many fans stunned by Chelsea’s continued fall from grace. PLAYER RATINGS Chelsea Asmir Begovic: 6 (out of 10) Branislav Ivanovic: 4 Cesar Azpilicueta: 5 John Terry: 4 Gary Cahill: 4 Oscar: 5 Cesc Fabregas: 5 Eden Hazard: 6 Willian: 7 Ramires: 6 Radamel Falcao: 5 Subs Matic: 5 Pedro: 6 Remy: 6 Southampton Maarten Stekelenburg: 7 Cedric Soares: 6 Ryan Bertrand: 6 Jose Fonte: 7 Virgil van Dijk: 7 Oriol Romeu: 5 Victor Wanyama: 7 Steven Davis: 7 Dusan Tadic: 8 Sadio Mane: 9 Graziano Pelle: 8 Subs Ward-Prowse: 6 Rodriguez: 6 STAR PLAYER Sadio Mane: The Senegal forward continually troubled Chelsea’s fragile defence with his pace and movement and scored a deserved goal. MOMENT OF THE MATCH There was one foot between Tadic’s early corner and the free head of Fonte, who had totally lost marker Terry. Had the ball been a fraction lower, Southampton’s captain would have scored, Terry’s restoration would have been questioned. It was questioned anyway as Saints stunned Chelsea. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Captain Terry was back, along with Eden Hazard. Oscar and Falcao also started despite not travelling to Porto in midweek, the latter more as a result of Diego Costa completing his suspension. Nemanja Matic remained on the substitutes’ bench and returned there after a brief appearance in the second half which clearly annoyed Jose Mourinho. Ronald Koeman replaced ex-Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu with James Ward-Prowse at half-time and his players repeatedly exposed the Blues’ creaking defence. MOAN OF THE MATCH Odd coloured boots: If Falcao really needs help identifying his left foot from his right, he really has lost his reputation as a prolific goalscorer. WHO’S UP NEXT Chelsea v Aston Villa (Barclays Premier League, Saturday, October 17) Southampton v Leicester (Barclays Premier League, Saturday, October 17) After the game, Jose Mourinho suggested his side should have had a penalty when Radamel Falcao went to ground inside the area when the sides were level. The Chelsea boss suggested the referees were to blame for a slow start to the season which has sparked a confidence crisis within the club. Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, Mourinho said: “When you are so down it is time to be honest and to say clearly the referees are afraid to give decisions to Chelsea. “The result (score) 1-1 is a huge penalty and once more we don’t get and I repeat, if the FA wants to punish me they punish me, it is not a problem for me.” He went on: “We have a penalty, and the penalty is a giant penalty and he was afraid to give – like everyone is afraid to give – a penalty. “And after that the team lost even more confidence. “Psychologically the team is unbelievably down, it looks like good players are bad players. “The first half was again where we didn’t show our quality but we were more than in control and one mistake, lack of concentration and one goal and and you are in a tough time. “In normal circumstances you come into the second half you do your game, no panic. “This team need to finish the first half winning two or three nil, with the fear disappearing into the second half to play with a free spirit. “That’s what the team needs but it is not happening.” “The second goal is an individual mistake, the third goal is an individual mistake and the team mentally tried, but they collapsed because they are in such a low moment,” he added. Press Association Chelsea capitulated and were booed off as Southampton won at Stamford Bridge for the first time in almost 14 years to leave Jose Mourinho contemplating a fourth loss from eight Premier League games this season.
If you are a SunPass user, chances are you have received outrageous Turnpike toll bills.Florida’s SunPass toll payment system went down in June of 2018 and resulted in chaos.Governor Ron Desantis is trying to clean up the mess left by Governor Scott.Customers are our top priority according to Gov. DeSantis and he has ordered the continued suspension of administrative fees and penalties for SunPass and TOLL-BY-PLATE customers. Customers are our top priority. @GovRonDeSantis orders the continued suspension of administrative fees and penalties for SunPass and TOLL-BY-PLATE customers. https://t.co/fic8X2hH0r pic.twitter.com/yeW5daOLYS— SunPass FDOT (@SunPass_FDOT) April 16, 2019 Some SunPass subscribers are now seeing those invoice totals go down, but they say the say the bill still doesn’t add up.In fact, one West Miami man threatened to blow up the SunPass headquarters over his huge bill and is in jail.He said he didn’t mean it.
Miami Dolphins player Kendrick Norton lost his arm in a serious car accident Thursday.The the crash occurred just after 1 a.m. on State Road 836 in Miami.Norton was driving his Ford F-250 when it struck a concrete barrier wall and flipped over.The Florida Highway Patrol says a Maserati was also involved in the crash but the driver did not sustain any injuries.Norton and a female passenger were transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.The 22-year-old played for the University of Miami where he was a three-year letterman and two-year starter.He signed with the Miami Dolphins in 2018 after briefly playing for the Carolina Panthers.An investigation into the accident is ongoing, says the FHP.