Australian patrol boat Cape Inscription aids vessel on fire in Darwin Harbour Back to overview,Home naval-today Australian patrol boat Cape Inscription aids vessel on fire in Darwin Harbour View post tag: ADV Cape Inscription Royal Australian Navy’s Cape-class patrol boat ADV Cape Inscription rushed to the aid of a vessel on fire in Darwin Harbour.According to the navy, the patrol boat was in the middle of a training exercise when crew members noticed black smoke pouring from a pleasure craft off East Point.Executive officer Cape Inscription, Lieutenant William Jackman, praised the crew’s response as “rapid and professional”.The flames spread so quickly the three men aboard the burning boat were forced to jump into crocodile-inhabited waters. Luckily, another pleasure craft was nearby and plucked them from the water.“The crew in Cape Inscription recognised the vessel fire, promptly alerted harbour authorities, and then quickly launched a correctly prepared and outfitted team to render assistance as required,” Lieutenant Jackman said.“However, despite our aid party arriving on the scene shortly after noticing the smoke, the vessel was completely engulfed in raging flames. There was simply nothing that could be done for her.”Lieutenant Jackman said continuous training ensured Navy crews were ready to respond to any situation at sea.Cape Inscription was conducting a training activity known as a work up when the emergency occurred. Work ups are designed to train a platform and her crew to meet a baseline level of knowledge and skills.Achievement of unit or mission readiness demonstrates to Navy that the boat and crew meet those baseline elements and are capable of safely undertaking exercises and other peacetime tasks.It is the second time in seven days that a Royal Australian Navy patrol boat has been involved in a maritime rescue, highlighting one of the important roles navy patrol boats play in Australian waters.It was the second recent incident when Royal Australian Navy crewed Cape-class patrol boats have lent assistance to mariners in distress.ADV Cape Fourcroy recently rescued nine Papua New Guinea fishermen adrift without food or fuel in the Torres Strait. February 16, 2018 Authorities View post tag: Royal Australian Navy Share this article
IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Twitter (Photo supplied/ABC 57) UPDATE: On Monday, June 8, South Bend Police reported around 300 shots were fired during the time span of the entire weekend, Friday – Sunday.ORIGINAL STORY: It’s been a busy weekend for South Bend Police officers.In less than 30 hours, 5 people, including a 13-year-old, were shot and officers responded to at least 169 shots fired.Investigators are pleading with the public to come forward with any information. Anybody can submit an anonymous tip by calling Michiana Crime Stoppers at 574-288-STOP or 800-342-STOP. The public can also call the South Bend Police Department Investigative Bureau at 235-9263.Below is a rundown of the shootings that have taken place since Friday, June 5:FRIDAY MORNING AROUND 12:30 AMOfficers responded to the 2000 block of W. Linden, 2300 block of W. Linden, 300 block of N. Johnson, 200 block of N. Jackson, 200 block on N. College, 1700 block of W. Florence, 500 block of N. College, 1300 block of W. Fassnacht, 1400 block of W. Fassnacht and 1300 block of Linden for shots fired. In all, evidence confirmed 71 shots were fired, there could be more. Preliminary reports indicate that vehicles were driving in these locations with occupant(s) shooting at each other. One vehicle is described as a white Chrysler, possibly a 300. The other is described as a black, possibly Nissan Maxima or similar. One of the cars has headlights with a “blue haze”.FRIDAY MORNING AROUND 2:30 AMOfficers were called to Memorial Hospital after someone walked in with a gunshot wound. The victim told police they were in the 2200 block of S. Franklin Street when shot.Evidence confirms at least 1 shot was fired.FRIDAY AFTERNOON JUST AFTER 2:00 PMOfficers were called to the 1700 block of Kemble Avenue for shots fired. When officers arrived, they found a 13-year-old had been shot. The teen was taken to Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injures. Evidence confirmed at least 5 shots were fired, there could be more.FRIDAY AFTERNOON AROUND 5:00 PMOfficers responded to the 1800 block of Webster after hearing shots fired. When they arrived, witnesses confirmed hearing the shots. No injuries were reported. Evidence confirmed at least 2 shots were fired, there could be more.FRIDAY AFTERNOON AROUND 5:30 PMOfficers were called to the area of Napier Street and Chestnut Street for reports of shots fired. While en-route, dispatch stated a dog had been shot and killed. Dispatch then advised of a shooting victim in the 1400 block of W. Dubail Street. Officers made contact with the victim who was taken to Memorial Hospital with non-life-threating injuries.Witness statements and evidence show the victim was shot on Chestnut Street and made his way to Dubail Street. Evidence confirmed at least 4 shots were fired, there could be more.FRIDAY NIGHT TO SATURDAY MORNINGBetween 11 p.m. Friday night and 2:20 a.m. Saturday Morning, officers were called to the area of Olive Street and Bertrand Street three different times for reports of shots fired. Reports indicate 54 rounds were fired and dozens of cars were seen in the area. When officers arrived, the cars dispersed. No injuries were reported.SATURDAY MORNING AROUND 2:20 AMOfficers were called to the 1000 block of W. Kinyon Street for reports of shots fired. When they arrived, they learned a residence had been struck but no injuries were reported.Evidence confirmed at least 8 shots were fired, there could be more.SATURDAY MORNING AROUND 4:00 AMOfficers responded to the area of McKinley and Ironwood after hearing shots fired. No injuries were reported. Evidence confirmed at least 4 shots were fired, there could be more.SATURDAY MORNING JUST AFTER 5:30 AMOfficers were called to the area of Olive Street and Bertrand Street for the fourth time for shots fired. When officers arrived, they learned two victims self-transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injures. Evidence shows at least 74 casings were collected, there could be more.All these cases remain under investigation. Facebook By 95.3 MNC – June 8, 2020 1 912 Pinterest UPDATE: Around 300 shots fired during weekend according to South Bend Police Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Pinterest Previous articleMan found shot to death in Nappanee mobile home park identifiedNext articleUPDATE: Proposed pay raise for South Bend Police officers tabled 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan.
(“Woodland Mosquito” by Katja Schulz, CC BY 2.0) It’s Elkhart County health leaders against mosquitoes as Eastern Equine Encephalitis is making its presence known, once again, in Michiana.To be proactive ahead of a small number of cases in LaPorte, LaGrange, and Kosciusko counties, Elkhart County plans to spray against mosquitoes on Tuesday night, Sep. 22, at dusk.Residents are advised to protect ornamental fish ponds and bee hives.Organic farms registered on Field Watch won’t be sprayed. Mosquito spraying to ward off EEE set for Tuesday in Elkhart County Pinterest Previous articleLocal unemployment rate continue post-pandemic dropNext articleTuesday is National Voter Registration Day Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Twitter By Jon Zimney – September 22, 2020 0 381 Google+ Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp IndianaLocalNews Facebook Google+
Surrey-based family baker and confectioner Coughlans Bakery opened its 25th store this week, in Lingfield.The third-generation bakery firm has branches across London and Surrey. Established in 1937, it was crowned ‘Britain’s Champion Bakery’ for three years running, and British Sandwich Maker of the Year in 2005, 2006 and 2008.It also supplies wholesale customers including Harrods, Allders Department Store and Thorntons.On its website the company claims to deliver more than 50,000 Danish pastries, 15,000 croissants and 10,000 sausage rolls a week. Cakes, pastries and platters are also available to order online. Founder Peter Coughlan remains chairman and managing director and, along with its 25 shops, the company operates three mobile lunch vans.
Some kind of wonderful news from L.A.! The 57th Annual Grammy Awards took place on February 8, and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical took home the trophy for Best Musical Theater Album. The tuner beat out the albums of Aladdin, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Hedwig and the Angry Inch and the San Francisco Symphony’s West Side Story during the Premiere Ceremony.The Beautiful win is shared by the Tony-winning leading lady Jessie Mueller and producers Jason Howland, Steve Sidwell and Billy Jay Stein.Additional artists of note to the theater community who took home gold gramophones include Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, who won for both Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media for the Disney megahit Frozen and for the Best Song Written for Visual Media for the film’s anthem “Let It Go.” Additionally, the late Joan Rivers—a Tony nominee and ally to the Broadway community—received the Best Spoken Word Album Grammy for Diary of a Mad Diva.Check out our exclusive video of Mueller recording the album that won her a Grammy! Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 27, 2019 View Comments
This short GoPro video recorded by Red Bull athlete Rafa Ortiz documents what may be one of the best multi-adventures days of all time. It starts with Rafi at home making breakfast, then chronicles his commute to a 9 a.m. snowboarding session in the breathtaking Cascade Mountains of the Pacific Northwest, followed by whitewater kayaking, kite surfing, and mountain biking. He’s calling it a CuadShred, and it’s all the inspiration you’ll need to sale through this Hump Day on toward some weekend adventures of your own. Take a look!
Any fan of John Prine is a friend of mine.That means, then, that Ed Romanoff and I could be good buddies. I count Prine as my all time favorite songwriter. Years ago, Prine’s work inspired Romanoff to learn to play the guitar, and it was Prine’s depressingly romantic “Hello In There” that he counts as the first song he mastered.A listening party might be in the offing.This month, the award winning Romanoff is releasing his second record, The Orphan King, as the follow up to his critically lauded 2012 eponymous debut.Romanoff’s work reminds me a lot of Prine’s; somber and contemplative, rich with insight and introspection. The new record features a bevy of guests, including famed guitarist Larry Campbell, who has worked with Bob Dylan and The Band, and was produced by Simone Felice.I recently caught up with Romanoff to chat about the new record, odd jobs, and our shared love of the singing mailman.BRO – You are celebrating the release of your second record. Which one was the bigger challenge? This one or the first one?ER – I think this one was a little more fun because I’d done it once before. The first record was something I never thought I’d live to see, so that seemed like a pretty tall mountain to climb. That said, I really wanted to top what we’d done and that challenge was always at the front of my mind for this one.BRO – Your working life outside of music has included some interesting trades. What job might our readers be most surprised to hear that you have done?ER – Baking Teflon onto pots in a factory in New Haven, staking hundreds of toilet bowls in Winston-Salem, or jackhammering a shuffleboard court on a ranch in Wyoming. Which do you think is weirdest?BRO – I am a longtime fan of Simone Felice’s work. How did he influence the crafting of this record?ER – Oh, man. Simone is a sly genius. He created a dark and magical space to record everything live and he was very open to all ideas. He was particularly great at capturing our vocal takes, and also the song doctoring. Plus, he knew Larry Campbell. Everything got better with his help.BRO – We are featuring “Less Broken Now” on this month’s Trail Mix. What’s the story behind the song?ER – Having gone through a pretty debilitating depression after learning my father wasn’t my father, through a DNA test, in 2010, I also got dinged in a few relationships. After that, I finally rediscovered my footing and met somebody new. So, it kind of sums up leaving a sad chapter behind and moving forward with a little bit of grace.BRO – I read that it was a John Prine record that inspired you to learn the guitar. If you could meet a character from one of his songs, which one would it be?ER – Just one? That’s tough. Either Sabu, the elephant boy, or the wise poet in “Bruised Orange (Chain of Sorrow), who knows how brutal the world can be, but even so, reminds us that anger is a useless prison.For the record, I think that stacking toilet bowls is the weirdest of those jobs listed above. Thankfully, it’s a guitar in Ed’s hands now, and not potties, and you can catch him at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC next weekend.For more information on Ed Romanoff, his touring schedule, or how you can get a copy of his new record, check out his website.And be sure to listen to “Less Broken Now,” along with new tracks from Wild Child, Lowpines, and Jim White on this month’s Trail Mix.
Judging by the number of visitors who decided to visit the Papuk Nature Park this year, then we can say that Papuk has become perhaps the most desirable continental destination. With just over 7000 visitors, 2017 was the best year so far, but in just the first 8 months of 2018, the Papuk Nature Park, or Jankovac Park-Forest, was visited by more than 25 visitors.Yesterday, in the morning, this pearl of Slavonia was visited for the first time by Mrs. Nisveta Vignjević from Rijeka, accompanied by her husband, and thus became the 25.000th visitor this year. “The Count fled from Vienna, and we from Rijeka – civilization always retreats because the heart recognizes peace, beauty, simplicity, harmony of nature. Thanks for making it possible for us. “Said Nisveta Vignjević, who did not hide her delight at what she saw.”I am especially pleased with the growth of domestic and foreign nature lovers. We are extremely pleased with this figure, which is an indication that protected areas can significantly contribute to the development of tourism and the local communities in which they are located. We believe that this growth trend will continue. The park has made multimillion-dollar investments in the past period, especially in the Jankovac Forest Park. This positive trend will continue in the next two years, where tens of millions of kunas will be raised invest in the wider area in the development of tourist infrastructure, which seeks to provide an offer that balances the interest of visitors and nature protection, which we must preserve for all future generations. ” pointed out the director of the Papuk Nature Park Alen JurenacThis is a confirmation that even continental destinations that are not in the center of media attention can have a very good attendance if the contents are interesting to visitors. We can conclude how the number of visitors to the Park is growing from year to year, and the reconstruction of the road from Slatinski Drenovac will further facilitate access to Jankovac and that an even larger number of people will decide to enjoy the beauties of the Park, conclude PP Papuk.
The souvenir shop at the Knin Fortress is open from 9 am to 19 pm. There is also a corner for children, to entertain while adults choose something from the diverse offer of traditional, contemporary, useful, artistic and food souvenirs. Before reaching the souvenir shops, these items are selected according to the criteria of quality and recognizability, but also the degree of connection with cultural, historical and natural heritage, originality and ecological acceptability. The history of Krka, with which the town of Knin is connected, is older than humanity. Krka and Krčić were one river in the geological past. The main and inexhaustible source of the river Krka is located three and a half kilometers northeast of Knin, on the edge of Kninsko polje, at the foot of a twenty-two meter high cliff. It is Topoljski slap (Veliki buk or Krčića slap). Sixteen kilometers from the spring, and nine from Knin, is the first waterfall on the river Krka, Bilušića buk. A new souvenir shop of the Krka National Park has been opened in the area of the famous Knin Fortress, so that visitors who visit the Park from the north, but also Knin residents and their guests, can find some of the indigenous souvenirs that speak of the tradition and history of the place. The Krka National Park and the area in which it is located, with its people and customs, are one entity, created by the interaction of man and the river over centuries of history. That is why today, when talking about the activities of the Krka National Park, one cannot fail to mention local units, especially since the cities and municipalities along the border of the Park, in addition to being proud of it, cooperate with its management on numerous projects of common interest. Source / photo: Krka National Park
Bowyer claims Aribo is ready to sign a new contract at Charlton (Picture: Getty)‘I spoke to Joe last week, I had a meeting with him. He wants to sign and I think it’s just trying to agree with his agent. Joe likes it here.‘He’s learning and improving – that’s all you can say.‘He knows this is a good place for him to be. The lad is improving lots.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesEmery has reportedly been informed that he will only have around £45million to spend in the summer.However, Arsenal’s budget could be boosted to £80m should they qualify for the Champions League with a top-four finish in the English top flight.MORE: Manchester United set to confirm Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s permanent appointment Joe Aribo is firmly on Arsenal’s radar (Picture: Getty)Charlton manager Lee Bowyer has ruled out the possibility of Joe Aribo joining Arsenal and insists that the midfielder is ready to sign a new deal at the Valley.Aribo has scored 12 goals in 86 appearances since breaking into Charlton’s first-team back in 2015 and the midfielder’s recent performances have caught the attention of a host of Premier League clubs.Arsenal are reportedly hopeful of completing a deal for Aribo in the summer transfer window, with Unai Emery convinced by the 22-year-old’s burgeoning potential.Aribo is out of contract at the end of the season which has put the Gunners on red alert, but Bowyer claims the youngster is ready to commit his future to Charlton.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAsked about Aribo’s links to Arsenal, Bowyer replied: ‘If it’s true then it’s good on our behalf.‘It means the job we are doing with him is a good job. But I think it’s his agent if I’m honest. I’m not reading too much into that. Comment Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 26 Mar 2019 9:44 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link154Shares Arsenal target Joe Aribo ready to sign new deal at Charlton, claims Lee Bowyer Advertisement