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first_imgMaritime who’s who gathered last night at Hamburg’s City Hall to celebrate the opening of the biennial SMM trade fair in Hamburg, Germany.The fully packed city hall was addressed by Secretary General of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Kitack Lim.“I am sure that the exchange of ideas will contribute towards the main goal we all share – to shape the future of shipping,” Lim said in his speech.IMO’s Secretary General touched upon the latest trends in the industry including the organization’s environmental intitiatives as well as challenges and risks arising from automation of shipping and digitization.The official opening ceremony of the exhibition and conference program is set to take place this morning.Celebratory #SMMopeningceremony: Maritime who’s who congregated at Hamburgs City Hall. #SMMfair commences tomorrow. For more information make sure to click the following link https://t.co/LK4LSm3lgU pic.twitter.com/eeEHccHrDI— SMM (@SMMfair) September 3, 2018The fair, being held September 4 – 7, 2018 at the Hamburg Messe und Congress (HMC), is to gather 2,289 exhibitors and around 50,000 visitors from more than 124 countries over the four days.last_img read more

first_imgPictured: Ric Hertel, Shane Tucker, Ryan Marshall and Ashlee SatterfieldBatesville, In. — Ripley County prosecutor Ric Hertel presented his 2nd annual “State of the Streets” report in Batesville.The report shows in 2013 there were 40 cases of domestic violence reported, compared to 74 reported in the first 10 months of 2017. In October of 2017 a deputy prosecutor, Ashlee Satterfield was added to the staff to handle domestic violence cases.In 2013 Hertel says 125 drug-related cases were filed by his office compared to 204 so far this year. He says it is likely the number will double by the end of the year.The report says methamphetamine lab investigations are down for 2017, but Indiana had more in 2016 than any other state in the country. At the same time, the Indiana State Police have tested more methamphetamine samples so far this year. Hertel says the increase is due to the introduction of crystal methamphetamine manufactured in “super labs” reportedly in Mexico.Hertel says the increases could be attributed to more awareness, publicity or increased law enforcement presence, not necessarily more criminal incidents.Hertel says the juvenile crime statistics are encouraging. In 2016 39 actions were filed against juvenile defendants. In 2017 that number is 17. Hertel cited a partnership and collaboration between his office, state & local police and schools as the driving factor for the decrease.The Ripley County jail has a capacity of 99 inmates and has been regularly over that number. Hertel says the problem is mitigated by work release, home monitoring and modified punishments. However, a new facility could be needed in the future.Batesville police chief Stan Holt, Indiana State Police detective Tom Baxter and Ripley County sheriff Jeff Cumberworth were honored for their contributions to public safety. The three officers have a combined experience of more than 90 years and have worked on many serious, high profile cases.last_img read more

first_img Continuing our Countdown to Cheltenham, and with only eight days to go, SBC has been quizzing major operators on what we should expect from the four day event.SBC caught up with Amy Jones, UK PR & Mischief Maker at Paddy Power, who revealed that the Irish are tipped to win big at the Prestbury Cup, and that the bookmaker doesn’t plan to lose any sleep over the threat of a Wednesday wipeout. SBC: Paddy Power recently recruited Colm Meaney to send a message to the English racing fans … how has this campaign helped boost engagement with punters?Amy Jones: The Prestbury Cup (or UK vs Ireland at Cheltenham) has grown in profile in recent years with such strength in depth being sent over by the Irish trainers and we enjoy getting behind the Irish challenge. Betting should be fun and we hope the campaign will evoke this spirit, especially during Cheltenham week!It’s also a way of creating competition in our two main areas, and creating a conversation around the Festival. As an Irish brand, we of course love to poke fun at the Brits and what better way to do it.SBC: Could we see the Irish win big at this year’s Cheltenham Festival?Amy Jones: Ireland are currently 8/15 to win the Prestbury Cup which tells the story of just how strong the Irish challenge is, and has been for the last couple of years. Messrs Mullins, Elliott and De Bromhead all send a very strong team over to spearhead the Irish challenge. Willie Mullins is the 1/1 favourite to be the Top Trainer at the Cheltenham festival and Henry De Bromhead is punters choice having been backed into 10/1 from 20/1.SBC: Three of the shortest-priced favourites of the week have been lined up to race on the Wednesday of Cheltenham Festival – is this a worry for Paddy Power? and how does Paddy Power plan to mitigate the risk of a ‘wednesday wipeout’?Amy Jones: We feel talk of a ‘Wednesday wipeout’ have been overplayed. We do of course look ahead at the forecast starting prices on each day and Wednesday is undoubtedly the most daunting for the bookmakers with the big three Irish bankers Envoi Allen, Tiger Roll and Appreciate It all in action. If those three go in we’ll have a losing day but it’s a long week with plenty more battles so we won’t lose too much sleep over it.SBC: Data has suggested that this year’s Cheltenham Festival has attracted – on average – 40% more ante-post punting in comparison to last year. Why do you think this is?Amy Jones: Cheltenham gets bigger, more competitive and more anticipated every year so it’s no surprise to see increased interest in ante-post betting this year. A wide open Champion Hurdle, a hotly contested Champion Chase and a defending champion in the Gold Cup have added intrigue to the action. The additional appeal of 5 places for Paddy Power bettors in all Cheltenham handicaps has definitely spiked interest.SBC: The Gold Cup hasn’t been defended since 2004, what are the chances of current joint favourite Al Boum Photo doing it for Willie Mullins this year?Amy Jones: Al Boum Photo currently heads our market at 7/2. The Gold Cup is hard to win once, let alone back to back, so there will be plenty lining up to take him on but he was an impressive winner last year and arrives off the back of an identical preparation so he will be a tough nut to crack if in the same form. He’s probably the horse in the field with the fewest question marks.          SBC: And finally. what role will request a bets and promotional offers play in engaging punters with this year’s festival? Amy Jones: Due to the competitive nature of racing at Cheltenham the week is always awash with promotions to help punters to find a winning bet. Requesting a bet is definitely the fastest growing area of our offering in recent years. Engaging customers through social channels has always been important to us and our ‘Whatoddspaddy’ offers allow our customers to build or request their own bet. I think it definitely adds to the satisfaction of a win if you request and land your own bespoke bet. ITV secures three-year British racing broadcast deal August 5, 2020 Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 Share Related Articles StumbleUpon Paddy Power raises awareness of Missing People with Motherwell ‘silhouette’ stand August 7, 2020 Submit Sharelast_img read more