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first_imgLocal News WhatsApp By admin – March 24, 2018 Facebook Pet photo contest Twitter Pinterest Humane Society of Odessa logo center_img Twitter Humane Society of OdessaThe Humane Society of Odessa is having a pet photo contest this month. Enter your dog or cat’s photo to win prizes and raise funds for the shelter. Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleCommunity Easter Egg HuntNext articleOC gives Zavala students, teachers a boost adminlast_img read more

Watch Ademola Lookman’s Panenka miss: Angry Scott Parker says striker ‘needs to learn’ | Football News

first_img2:23 2:59 Ademola Lookman misses a Panenka penalty in the last minute against West Ham “If you miss a penalty like that, you put yourself right on show. He understands that, he’s disappointed more than anyone.“He’ll bounce back, he’s an unbelievable character and professional.” Ademola Lookman misses a Panenka penalty in the last minute against West Ham Lookman 1:16 Ademola Lookman West Ham vs Fulham Highlights Scott Parker says Ademola Lookman must learn from his panenka penalty miss which cost Fulham a point in the 1-0 defeat to West Ham. “My emotions are one of disappointment, anger a little bit,” Parker said of Lookman.- Advertisement – Scott Parker was left angry with Ademola Lookman’s failed Panenka attempt that cost Fulham a point at West Ham, declaring: “He needs to learn.”Lookman terrible’s attempt was saved in the last minute as Fulham slipped to a 1-0 defeat at West Ham after Tomas Soucek had fired home moments earlier.- Advertisement – Parker: I don’t know the offside rule!Parker was left equally as perplexed by the officials’ decision not to disallow West Ham’s goal as he believed Sebastian Haller was interfering with play when the initial ball was played into the box.A VAR review was undertaken for the goal but Stockley Park deemed the goal a legitimate one to the absolute bemusement of Parker, who questioned whether he even knows what constitutes offside anymore. Worst Premier League penalties Take a look at five of the worst penalties in Premier League history, featuring fluffed kicks from Wayne Rooney, Robert Pires, Luis Suarez and Harry Kane! Aleksandar Mitrovic had missed their previous penalty at Sheffield United this season and Parker said his striker would have taken the penalty but was suffering with an injury when the foul was awarded by VAR, so the second-choice Lookman stepped up.His duffed effort cost Parker and his side what would have been a deserved point in another improved showing. FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from West Ham’s win over Fulham in the Premier League. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – He said: “Haller is in an offside position and my centre-half has had to react and head the ball. We’ve got every gadget and gimmick in the game, but I don’t personally know the offside rule. And I don’t think a lot of people do.“What I do know is I played the game for a long time and now I coach a defence in terms of catching people offside. I understand if Haller is 25 yards away from my defender and not influencing the game. My defender can’t take the risk of leaving it. He’s reacted as Haller is on his shoulder – Haller is offside. And from there the goal has come. We need some clarity. It went to VAR but maybe the person looking at VAR doesn’t understand it either. Or understand the game.“We had to change a rule regarding handball. Why? Because defenders were being told to defend differently as it was a natural position in terms of putting your hands out. Maybe we have to go the same way with offside. I don’t understand how he’s not interfered with play.“If the offside rule is the one we’ve seen tonight, there isn’t one. You might as well drop your back line off and run this risk of playing offside. A backline is always working a line to catch people offside, it’s part and parcel of football. I’d like to think the VAR would have intervened as Haller is offside and he’s made my defender head it.”Opposite number David Moyes had sympathy with Parker, adding: “If I was Scott I’d be disappointed withthe goal because Seb runs offside. I think the whole offside rule with the delaying of the flag is a terrible rule.” “He’s a young player and when you are young you make mistakes. And you need to learn from them. That’s where Ade is tonight. Anyone can miss a penalty but if you decide to take a penalty like that you need to hit the back of the net. He needs to understand that. He’s been fantastic since he’s been here – we’ll see the character of him now as he’ll need to dust himself down. He needs to learn.last_img read more

Proximity to main road no issue for buyers wanting peace and quiet

first_img3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.Mrs Dwyer said when her grandsons attended nearby Villanova College, they would pop around and she would make them toasted sandwiches.“The grandsons still talk about the toasted sandwiches now,” she said.“On a Friday afternoon, the boys and girls would sit around the table and we would have scones with jam and cream, apple tea cake or chocolate cake.” Inside 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Known as the Skyline Lodge, only six units make up the apartment block.There are two units per floor.Mrs Dwyer said she had enjoyed many summer nights sitting on the balcony watching the planes go by.“It was night seeing the lights on the planes, the view is just so nice from there,” she said. “The kids loved coming around to watch the fireworks from here when they were little.” The bedroom at 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.She said while the unit was close to a main road, it was quiet and peaceful inside.“People walk in and they always comment on how quiet it is. You never hear the traffic.” The 3D Diakrit floor plan of 3/15 Dowar St, Coorparoo.Tobin Real Estate – Carina selling agent Pathrina Watson said: “Lovers of retro-style real estate will relish the opportunity to make this property their own, while those who value a large footprint with the possibility of further enhancing what is already in place will identify this property as one with huge potential.”center_img The kitchen where sweet treats were made at 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo. 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.After 18 years at their 1970s style Coorparoo property, Mary and Brian Dwyer have made the move to a retirement home.Mrs Dwyer said her large family of eight children and 24 grandchildren had visited them regularly at their Dowar St property over the years.“We just love our home. The last thing we wanted to do was to leave but the place we are in now is lovely,” she said.last_img read more

New research plots top sources of ESG risk for UK DC default funds

first_imgHuman capital, business ethics, product safety, and data privacy and security are the most material environmental, social or governance (ESG) issues a typical UK defined contribution (DC) default fund’s equity portfolio will be exposed to, according to newly released research.The research was commissioned by the UK pensions trade body, the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), and carried out by Sustainalytics, an ESG data and research provider.Doug Morrow, associate director on the thematic research team at Sustainalytics and author of the study, said the research “sits at the confluence of two major trends in the UK”: the growing use of DC plans, and an increased interest in ESG investment strategies.The research assessed the equities allocation (71%) for a typical DC default fund based on data from a Schroders FTSE Default DC Schemes report, and then plotted the most prominent ESG risks for a model portfolio. Key findings included that “human capital, business ethics, product safety, and data privacy and security stand out as the most material ESG issues from an overall portfolio perspective”.It said “[s]ome investors may find this surprising” given these issues receive relatively less coverage, but that they are “of central importance in many of the industries that happen to be overweighted in a typical DC default fund, including banks, pharmaceuticals, and food products”.These industries accounted for more than 19% of a typical default fund’s total allocation, according to the research.The PLSA said the research found human capital to be the single biggest source of ESG risk at the companies in which DC default funds invest, accounting for 11% of the ESG risk to which they are exposed.According to Sustainalytics’ Morrow, pension funds can mitigate the key ESG risks in DC default funds by using products that track an ESG index. He cited the example of HSBC UK Pension Scheme’s decision to use a Legal & General climate “tilted” index fund for its equity default option.Passive products are a “cost-effective” solution, said Morrow, especially given the UK’s 0.75% charge cap for default auto-enrolment funds.Morrow also recommended for DC schemes to consider global equity asset allocation from an ESG risk perspective. According to Sustainalytics its analysis showed that schemes “can reduce ESG risk in their default funds by tilting towards UK equity”.Schemes should also be “forceful stewards”, according to the report.Luke Hildyard, policy lead for stewardship and corporate governance at the PLSA, said: “The PLSA commissioned this research to better understand the scale and type of risk facing DC pension savers. The findings demonstrate the importance of stewardship activities around issues including human capital, business ethics, data security and climate change.“Over the coming year we will be developing further resources to help our members engage with asset managers and investee companies around these issues.”last_img read more