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Regeneration: For the common good

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Alberta oilpatch worker death heading to court

first_imgHe sustained a serious head injury at a worksite approximately 30 kilometres northwest of Grande Prairie, and died a day later. He was struck in the head by rotating equipment on a drilling rig, but the oilfield services company wasn’t charged until November of 2012.According to Alberta Occupational Health and Safety, in cases where workplace safety is in question, it’s not unusual for 24 months to elapse before pressing charges. The newspaper report quotes Lisa Glover, an OHS public affairs officer, as saying that technically under legislation from the date of the incident the agency has two years less a day to lay charges. To read the full Grande Prairie Daily Herald Tribune article, click here.- Advertisement –last_img

THERE’S SOMETHING ‘SPECIAL’ HAPPENING AT WATSON HIRE

first_imgWatson Hire has come a long way when it first hired out drills, powertools and cement mixers.The store, which has outlets in both Letterkenny and Donegal Town, is now a leading supplier of everyday goods used by the consumer. The store is now running a series of ‘First Tuesday Specials” to coincide with children’s allowance day.The store’s one-off specials include 3 bags of coal for €19, 3 bales of briquettes for €11, a 40 pack of toilet roll for €10, a large box of Daz washing powder for €13.99, a large box of Bold washing powder for €14.99.As well as that there will be 20% off dare2b ladies running gear for busy mums looking to try and squeeze in a bit of exercise while there will also be 20% off al homeware.So if you are looking for your ‘First Tuesday’ money to go further on the essentials, drop into Watson Hire for a look. Watson Hire – a lot more than just a hire store. THERE’S SOMETHING ‘SPECIAL’ HAPPENING AT WATSON HIRE was last modified: February 3rd, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:coalFirst TuesdaysWatson Hirelast_img read more

Paine on banter with Kohli: He brings out the competitive spirit in a lot of people

first_imgAustralia captain Tim Paine shrugged off his verbal duel with India captain Virat Kohli saying it happened only in competitive spirit from both captains and it was not very serious. Kohli and Paine had a series of verbal showdowns on Monday in the second Test at the Perth Stadium which spilled over to the umpire getting involved and reminding the two of their responsibilities as captains of their teams. While Kohli sledged Paine while he was batting and almost ran into him, Paine chose to sledge Murali Vijay in the name of Kohli. Australia beat India by 146 runs to level the series 1-1.”I don’t think we did touch to be honest. It got pretty close. It was a highly competitive Test match from both teams. There’s a lot on the line and both teams desperately want to win and sometimes that stuff happens” Paine said in the post-match press conference.”I love it. I enjoy watching Kohli, I always have. I think he brings out the competitive spirit in a lot of people which is great, and I’m sure it was great to watch.”India vs Australia, 2nd Test: MATCH REPORT | HIGHLIGHTS | SCORECARDPaine said he was very proud of his team’s conduct throughout the Perth Test and asserted that as per tradition, the team will invite India for a beer after the series.”I was really proud of the way our team conducted themselves on the field this week. We definitely will (invite the Indian team for a beer) after the series. That’s always been the thing that has happened and will always be the case,” Paine said.advertisementDespite laughing off the duel, Paine made sure he said that they will not cross the line but if similar situations arise, they are not going to back down as well.”I think it’s just one of those things, at times you have got to draw a line and start sticking up for yourself and sticking up for your teammates.”…we are certainly not going to sit back and be walked all over. Sometimes those things happen and you have to get involved. Was it a decision as a captain to try and assert myself on the game? No. It was just two competitive cricketers trying to do their best to win the game,” he said.Paine said the 112-run stand between Marcus Harris and Aaron Finch was critical in their 146-run win. India folded within 65 minutes on day five.”…I thought the way Finchy and Marcus Harris played in that first session, to put on 112, looking back now was critical. It allowed us to get a 300-plus score in the first innings.”From that moment I felt we were always just ahead in the game, and only needing a partnership or a wicket to continually stay in front…and then Nathan Lyon’s bowling in the first innings was, again, unbelievably good,” Paine said.While India didn’t pick a full-time spinner, Lyon finished man of the match with a haul of eight wickets in the second Test. Paine lauded the spinner and also credited his pace bowling unit that came through for the second Test running.”…it does seem like Nathan is getting better. I feel like at any stage you can throw him the ball, it doesn’t matter at what end or who is on strike, what time of day it is…even with the bat at the moment.”I think his game keeps going to another level. I can feel guys growing in confidence around Nathan and that’s what you want form your senior players,” said Paine.”In terms of the quicks, I think they’re all going beautifully at the moment, they’ve bowled a lot of overs but we’ve got decent rest and all three of those guys super professional so they will be raring to go,” he added.When asked if Australia are confident enough of playing an unchanged eleven through the series, Paine said, “I think we will just enjoy this victory first and then obviously later today we will turn our attention to the MCG.”If it’s the same eleven, then great, but if we have to make some changes I am sure will talk about that at some stage.”Paine has increasingly drawn praise from former Australian cricketers for the manner in which he is leading the Test side. It helps that this is not only the first Test win under his leadership but also the first since the scathing ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.advertisement”I am relieved, personally. It’s been hard work. The first two Tests of this series have been really, really tough. Both teams have outstanding fast-bowling attacks. It’s been a really bruising Test match to be honest,” he said.”I think we have some really inexperienced players in terms of Test matches played. To get a win like that against the best team in the world is going to give them a huge boost of confidence, no doubt.”But it means nothing as soon as we get to Melbourne next week at the MCG. It’s going to be on again from ball one so we have to maintain that intensity and match India in that area. If we do, we are going to be right in the fight again,” said Paine.(With PTI inputs)Also Read | Tim Paine relieved after registering first Test win as Australia captainAlso Read | To compete against Virat Kohli and take his wicket was pretty special: Nathan LyonAlso Read | You seriously cannot like Virat Kohli as a bloke: Tim Paine tells Murali VijayAlso Read | Perth Test: Ishant Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja fight with each other on the fieldAlso See:last_img read more