Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An alleged hit-and-run driver was the second suspect charged in a Woodbury crash that left one dead last week, Nassau County police said.Areefeen Hirji, 19, of Muttontown, was charged with leaving the scene of a fatal crash. A judge set his bail at $10,000 cash or $25,000 bond.Homicide Squad detectives alleged that Hirji was driving one of possibly three vehicles involved in a crash on the eastbound said of the Long Island Expressway near exit 44 shortly before midnight Thursday.Jonnathan Santos, 20, of Manhasset, was previously arrested and charged with vehicular manslaughter and driving while impaired after a passenger was fatally ejected from his vehicle in the crash, police said. His bail was set at $25,000 cash or $50,000 bond.The identity of the passenger, who was pronounced dead at the scene, was not released.Santos is due back in court Tuesday and Hirji is due back Thursday.
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Thai oil company PTTEP has named new CEO for its Australian business PTTEP Australasia.Ryan Hartfield is the new CEO of PTTEP AAPTTEP said Thursday that Ryan Hartfield, former Head of Contracts and Procurement at PTTEP Australasia, would take over as new Chief Executive Officer in Australia.“I’m excited to have the opportunity to drive forward PTTEP’s business in Australia as we begin a new chapter,” Hartfield said.Before joining PTTEP AA in 2012, Hartfield worked for Mubadala Development Company in Abu Dhabi, and Woodside.PTTEP Australasia was the operator of the Montara platform in the Timor Sea offshore W. Australia, which exploded and spilled oil into the ocean in 2009. PTTEP was in 2012 fined 510.000 Australian Dollars in the Northern Territory Magistrate’s Court over the Montara incident.The company sold the Montara oil field to Jadestone Energy in July 2018, and transfer of operatorship was completed in August 2019.While no longer having an interest in the Montara field, PTTEP Australasia might still be affected by it. Namely, the company has recently been sued by Indonesian seaweed farmers whose livelihoods have allegedly been destroyed after the 2009 blowout and subsequent oil spill.Also worth reminding, Indonesia in 2017 filed a $2 billion lawsuit against PTTEP for the Montara oil spill saying PTTEP had not shown good faith in resolving problems with Montara oil pollution that reached the area of the East Nusa Tenggara province.PTTEP has claimed that no oil from Montara reached the shores of Indonesia and that no long-term damage was done to the environment in the Timor Sea.Having sold the Montara asset, PTTEP AA currently operates the Cash Maple gas and condensate field, as well as several other permits in the Timor Sea.Offshore Energy Today StaffSpotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.
Some Europeans are helping refugees cross through Austria to Germany free of charge even though it is illegal to do so under the Austrian and German law.Hundreds of profit-seeking traffickers have been detained in recent weeks. The law says asylum-seekers must apply in the first European country they reach.
Share Share Share Tweet Prime Minister of Dominica, Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit. Photo credit: GIS NewsPrime Minister Honourable Roosevelt Skerrit has commended Haiti’s outgoing president Rene’ Preval for what he describes as distinguished service.In a letter dated April 28th Prime Minister Skerrit told Mr. Preval that as he prepares to leave office he’s compelled to express his appreciation and gratitude for the contributions that Preval has made to Haiti and the rest of the region during his tenure as president.Prime Minister Skerrit noted that Mr. Preval’s tenure was marred with several challenges yet he stood unyielding and remained focused on his priority as leader of Haiti which was always the welfare of the people of Haiti particularly the less fortunate.The letter states that, “During your tenure our own bilateral relations between Haiti and Dominica were greatly strengthened. Your absence will bring a definite void to the leadership of Caricom and to governance at the interntional scale.”Prime Minister Skerrit again renewed his invitation to the outgoing President and Mrs. Preval to visit Dominica as his guest and the guest of the Government and people of the country.The Prime Minister also sent a letter of congratulations to President elect Michel Martelly this week.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! LocalNews Prime Minister commends Haiti’s outgoing President Preval by: – April 30, 2011 95 Views no discussions
Batesville, In—St. Louis Catholic School has issued a “Kindness Challenge” to their students.Acts of kindness are documented on a small piece of paper with the child’s name that will become a chain running throughout the hallways.Students have embraced the challenge and are enjoying watching the kindness chain progress through the halls. Ella King in 3rd grade said, “I like watching it grow longer and seeing the progress we make.” 8th grader Olivia Raab said, It’s growing really fast.” John Meer in 7th grade added, “That’s because there’s a lot of kindness going on.” Principal Chad Moeller said, “Basically this is just continuing the journey to be the best possible school and students that we can be.”
Area Girls Basketball ScoresMonday (12-18)Jac-Cen-Del 79 South Decatur 33Milan 46 Hauser 42 (OT)Crothersville 66 Shawe Memorial 47
The St. Nicholas Trojans 5th and 6th Grade Boys’ Basketball teams were in action again hosting the St. Mary’s (Greensburg) Knights Monday evening. The 5th grade Trojans team notched another victory defeating the Knights 27-20. The 6th grade Trojans were also victorious over the Knights 32-20.Courtesy of Trojans Coach Davis Hoff.
Press Association Serbian playmaker Dusan Tadic hopes he can be part of a new chapter in Southampton’s history, with manager Ronald Koeman close to bringing more fresh faces to St Mary’s. Tours striker Andy Delort is said to be on Koeman’s radar as well as Lorient defender Bruno Ecuele Manga, who could be seen as cover for wantaway Dejan Lovren, who is determined to leave for Liverpool. “There was a lot of interest from other clubs, but I really wanted to finish (the transfer) and I could see Southampton was a good opportunity for me,” Tadic told Southampton’s official YouTube channel. ” I see this as a new step for me, so I want to show myself and to help the club. “I heard the club has a history, and I watched them last year and they played really good football, which is important because I am a football player and I like to play football. “England has one of the best leagues in the world. English football is really good to watch, and it’s going to be a pleasure to play here. “I hope me and Southampton are going to have a good future.” Tadic is confident former Barcelona defender Koeman, who impressed while in charge of Feyenoord in the Eredivisie, can help develop his game. “Feyenoord have had a lot of success because of him, because he developed a lot of players and made them better,” the 25-year-old added. “You always have a lot of respect for his teams because he is a Dutch legend. He is a really good coach and you can expect that his teams will play even better because of him, even if they don’t have great quality. “He is tactically really good, and it’s very difficult to play against his teams.” Saints have seen the likes of England internationals Luke Shaw, Adam Lallana and Rickie Lambert all follow former boss Mauricio Pochettino out of the south-coast club. However, Tadic, signed for what is believed to be in excess of £8million, is convinced Southampton can move forward next season.
United have been linked with a number of the continent’s top targets this window, including Mats Hummels, Kevin Strootman and Marquinhos. But their only incoming on deadline day was that of little-known Kellett, who has only played four times for the Trotters. The defender, who was on loan at League Two Plymouth until three weeks ago, moves to United on loan until the end of the season. As part of the deal, which was announced just before midnight, 19-year-old United defender Saidy Janko has joined Bolton until the end of the season. United’s other signings of the window were free agent Victor Valdes and 20-year-old Libyan right-back Sadiq El Fitouri from Salford City. Manchester United’s only signing of transfer deadline day was 21-year-old Andy Kellett from Bolton. Press Association
The goalkeeper limped off during Saturday’s 1-0 Barclays Premier League win over Stoke and scans have revealed damaged cartilage. Foster was expected to be included in the England squad for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania and friendly with Italy this month but will now miss out. “It’s rotten news for Ben because he’s been so consistent,” boss Tony Pulis told the club’s official site. “He kept seven clean sheets in 10 games but we have a very able man to step forward in Boaz (Myhill), who has performed well when he’s come into the team. “We’ve got the international break coming up which I hope will give our medical team the chance to work on Ben’s rehab and we will reassess later.” Myhill replaced Foster on Saturday and will deputise while 20-year-old rookie Jack Rose will provide back-up to the former Wales international. Foster could miss the majority of the Baggies’ final run-in – starting at Manchester City on Saturday – and they currently sit eight points above the bottom three. Press Association Ben Foster has been ruled out for at least a month with a knee injury, West Brom have announced.