first_imgAt the annual conference organized by the tour operator TUI, Valamar Riviera was crowned with another award.Naime, već nakon prve sezone poslovanja TUI Family Life Bellevue Resort 4* osvojio je nagradu kao najbolje ukupno ocijenjeni novi hotel u konceptu FAMILY LIFE i za najbolji WI-FI među svim TUI FAMILY LIFE hotelima u svijetu, i to prema ocjenama iz anketa gostiju koje ovaj turoperater redovito provodi. Uz to, ‘Green & Grill’ a la carte restoran ovog Resorta nagrađen je kao ‘Best Practice’, odnosno kao najbolji primjer implementacije visokih TUI-jevih standarda, što su prepoznali i ovogodišnji gosti te mu također dodjelili visoku ocjenu u anketama.Family Life Bellevue Resort 4* otvoren je u lipnju ove godine te uz Valamar Girandella Resort  4*/5* predstavlja najveću ovogodišnju investiciju u hrvatskom turizmu. Priprema i realizacija projekta trajala je samo godinu i pol dana, a u razvoju projekta Valamar Riviera je ostvarila dva strateška partnerstva s najvećim europskim turoperatorima, TUI i Rewe grupom. U Family Life Bellevue Resortu u Rapcu se, temeljem ugovora s TUI-jem, u sljedeće tri godine očekuje 76.000 novih aviogostiju s britanskog i skandinavskog tržišta.The TUI Group is the largest travel company in the world, comprising a chain of strong tour operators, 1.500 agencies, six airlines with more than 150 aircraft, 300 hotels with more than 214.000 beds and 14 cruisers. More than 20 million guests use their services annually.last_img read more

first_imgPresident Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has called on the public to further uphold and preserve the state ideology of Pancasila and to remain optimistic amid the current challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.”This year, we commemorate Pancasila Day amid the COVID-19 pandemic. A situation that has tested our spirits as a nation, [as well as] our sacrifices, discipline, obedience and calmness in making fast and right decisions,” Jokowi said during the virtual commemoration of Pancasila Day at Bogor Palace in West Java on Monday.”We are grateful that Pancasila remains our guiding star as we face all these challenges. It has inspired us and strengthened our unity [..] and lifted our spirits to face every difficulty and challenge.”In his speech, Jokowi also asked all government officials to pay attention to those facing economic hardships and to serve the people equally without differentiating between ethnicity, religion, race or affiliation.”We must strengthen our unity, help each other, cooperate and remain optimistic that we will emerge as winners from every challenge,” Jokowi said.Read also: ‘Let’s coexist with COVID-19’: Jokowi calls on residents to adapt to ‘new normal’He said the current challenges would be tough to overcome and that Indonesia would still face hard times into next year, reminding everyone to remain optimistic, to maintain their spirits and forge a stronger and more united country. He also emphasized the importance of finding innovate solutions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.“As a great nation we have to come out as a winner. We should not stop creating, innovating and achieving [great] things amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Let’s prove our resilience and win our future,” he said.June 1 officially became a national holiday to commemorate the birth of Pancasila after Jokowi signed a presidential decree in 2016 in a bid to promote the state ideology as a way of life for all citizens.Topics :last_img read more

first_imgInside the home at 111 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Beach.On the Sunshine Coast, a jawdropping house in Coolum Beach marketed as one of the suburb’s best homes was the second biggest sale of the week, according to CoreLogic.The four-bedroom, four-bathroom property overlooking the ocean on a 1400 sqm block sold for $2.68 million. The view from the living room in the home at 9 Fauna Tce, Coolum Beach.Features include an ensuite in every bedroom, Calcutta marble finishings, Tasmanian oak flooring, LED strip lighting in the master bedroom, titanium coated glass windows and a fireplace surrounded by travertine.The property was sold by Roark Walsh of Tom Offermann Real Estate – Noosa Heads. This property at 111 Tallebudgera Dr, Palm Beach, has sold for $3.3m.A SLICE of paradise in Palm Beach has been snapped up for a cool $3.3 million.The tropical hideaway at 111 Tallebudgera Drive was the biggest sale of the past week in Queensland, according to property researcher CoreLogic. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The private terrace at the home at 111 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Beach.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoThe property was sold by Rhys Wildermoth of First National Palm Beach.Palm Beach has a median house price of $820,000 and has seen house price growth of more than 12 per cent over the past year. This stunning home at 9 Fauna Tce, Coolum Beach, has sold.The home at 9 Fauna Terrace has been on and off the market since 2014, when it was initially listed for $3.25 million. The property was the dream home for owner/builders Ian and Susan Callaghan, who won the award for Best House over 450sq m at the 2013 Regional Building Design Awards. This home at 111 Tallebudgera Dr, Palm Beach, sold for $3.3m.With its own stretch of white sandy beach and views for miles, the property is the ultimate, private getaway.Sitting on a 908 sqm block, the house itself features four bedrooms and two bathrooms, two fireplaces, a European kitchen, pool, spa and built-in cocktail bar. DOWNSIZERS DRIVING LUXURY UNITS FRIENDS SNAP UP PRIME APARTMENT LENDING CRACKDOWN A GAMECHANGER The front of the home at 9 Fauna Tce, Coolum Beach, which has sold for $2.68m.last_img read more

first_img The judge said the decision was to “preserve the security of the population,” noting that thousands of people regularly went to the venues for concerts or exhibitions. Rio’s mayor’s office appealed the ruling, and an appeal court ruled on Tuesday that the sites should be re-opened provisionally pending an examination of the case. read also:Former Rio governor paid $2 million bribe to host 2016 Olympics The Rio Olympic Park at Barra de Tijuca hosted the Rock in Rio festival in September, which welcomed 700,000 visitors over a week of concerts. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Olympic swimming pool will be “opened to the public on Sunday,” said local authorities. Public prosecutor Leandro Mitidieri had petitioned a judge to close the facilities because they had never obtained proper safety certificates. Loading… A Brazilian court has ordered a host of 2016 Rio Olympic Games facilities closed two weeks ago over safety concerns be re-opened, Rio de Janiero’s mayor’s office told AFP.center_img The facilities were closed on January 16 following a request from the Rio prosecutor’s office, which complained it had not seen safety certificates for the venues. “The Olympic park at Barra da Tijuca and the one at Deodoro were re-opened on Tuesday,” the mayor’s office told AFP late on Wednesday night. The Rio Games – the first to be held in South America – were heavily criticized for their extreme costs, estimated around $12.5 billion, and corruption scandals thatsurrounded the construction sites. Brazil’s canoe team has resumed training at the Deodoro site, around 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of the world famous Copacabana beach. Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All TimeThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone8 Amazing Facts About Ancient EgyptThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too SoonIt Might Be Quentin Tarantino’s Last Movielast_img read more

first_imgStatewide— Governor Eric J. Holcomb and Lt. Governor Crouch today announced that the second round of the Next Level Connections Broadband Grant program has received 72 applications requesting a total of nearly $100 million in funding.The applications come from 21 different service providers and their requests cover more than 4,100 of the eligible census blocks in 47 counties. Applicants must contribute at least a 20 percent match.  For this round of funding, service providers were able to apply for up to $5 million per project to expand service to unserved areas. Unserved areas are those without at least one telecommunications provider offering internet fast enough to provide at least 10 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload.This is the second round of broadband grant funding from the Governor’s Next Level Connections initiative, a $1 billion statewide infrastructure program announced in 2018. The Next Level Connections Broadband Grant program dedicated a total of $100 million to expanding the internet in Indiana. The first round awarded $28.4 million for 14 broadband expansion infrastructure projects across 18 counties.last_img read more

first_imgRelatedPosts Mike Tyson comeback fight postponed Mike Tyson beats up seven prostitutes Mike Tyson to face Roy Jones Jr Evander Holyfield has uploaded yet another training compilation as he bids to return to the ring in a potential fight with Mike Tyson, this time showing himself sparring against Wladimir Klitschko.The 57-year-old former heavyweight world champion has announced he is looking to take part in exhibition bouts for charity and is in talks to fight old rival Tyson, who is making his own comeback. Holyfield looked in phenomenal shape as he shared footage of his training regime this week, with Klitschko popping up part way through the video holding a clipboard.Quite how big a role the Ukrainian is playing in Holyfield’s comeback is still unknown, but in a new montage uploaded on Friday he was seen sparring against the veteran American.Klitschko, who last fought against Anthony Joshua at Wembley Stadium in 2017, was in the United States for work when the coronavirus crisis hit and has been unable to return to Europe.He has been living in south Florida for the past few months and seems to have ignored social distancing rules to link up with Holyfield at Miami gym Elev8tion Fitness.“I’m feeling stronger and stronger as each day passes,” Holyfield wrote on Instagram alongside the latest video. “I’m looking forward to stepping back into the ring this year.”Klitschko responded with his own message accompanying a shot of the former champs clenching fists, saying: “You wanna know what’s the “Real Deal? Will power! Physical power and brain power are equal in importance. Age is just a number!”In the video, D.r Steelhammer watched Holyfield skip while wearing a weighted vest and gives him some words of encouragement as he does lunges with an enormous chain hanging over his shoulders.Klitschko also spars with Holyfield at the very end of the video, though there was a whole lot of distance between the punches being thrown adding further weight to suggestions that the training clips have been tweaked to flatter the veteran American.— Tags: Evander Holyfieldmike tysonWladimir Klitschkolast_img read more

first_imgSOUTHAMPTON, England (CMC) – Hosts England are not having any sleepless nights over West Indies’ pace attack.In fact, head coach Trevor Bayliss said yesterday the tournament favourites were quite capable of handling the hostility from the likes of Oshane Thomas and Sheldon Cottrell, when the two teams clash at the Rose Bowl tomorrow.“We can handle anything that is thrown at us,” he said.“I have not seen too many with express pace here just yet but we have a couple of good ones too so I expect it to be tit for tat.”Thomas, Cottrell and all-rounder Andre Russell have all bowled aggressively in the World Cup with good effect, and have given West Indies excellent starts in their three games so far.In their opener, they blasted out Pakistan for 105, reduced Australia to 38 for four in their second game and had South Africa on the run at 29 for two in their third outing before rain forced an abandonment of the fixture.However, England also boast the likes of Mark Wood and Barbadian Jofra Archer, both of whom have consistently topped speeds of 95 miles per hour.Bayliss said he expected a heated contest, especially after the 2-2 draw in the five-match series in the Caribbean earlier this year.“We will have to play at our best to come away with a win. In the Caribbean, we were a little bit up and down. They bowled fast but then Mark Wood made a few of their guys jump up and down,” he pointed out.“The wicket here is reasonably flat and it has been in the past. There have been a few more wickets in the World Cup than there has been in the last few years, so I expect the fast bowlers are rubbing their hands together.”West Indies lie sixth in the 10-team standings on three points following a win, a defeat and a no-result in their three matches.England, meanwhile, are second on four points after pulling off two wins and tasting defeat to Pakistan in three outings.last_img read more

first_img Published on January 24, 2018 at 10:44 pm Wanted: reliable scorer and distributor in the paint.That was the job opening headed into Syracuse’s matchup against Boston College on Wednesday night. Because while junior center Paschal Chukwu has reached double-figures in four of his last eight games, he does not possess the court vision, shooting ability or distribution skill that SU needs out of one of its bigs.Enter Marek Dolezaj, a freshman forward who displayed Wednesday night why he, not starting forward Matthew Moyer, fits best at the four position for the Orange (14-6, 3-4 Atlantic Coast). In Syracuse’s 81-63 victory over Boston College (13-8, 3-5), a team that beat Duke and Florida State earlier this season, Dolezaj scored a career-high 12 points, while shooting a perfect 4-for-4 from the floor and charity stripe. He collected a pair of assists and steals over a career-high 35 minutes. Not to mention, he had a game-high eight rebounds.Yet here’s the thing: none of that was an anomaly. Rather, it was the result of a several-months-long progression in both his shot and ability to create for himself in the paint.Meanwhile, Moyer, who has started all 20 of SU’s games this season, exited the BC contest about five minutes in with a sprained left ankle. He will be re-evaluated Thursday. His status is unclear, and he could miss significant time, depending on the severity of the sprain. Either way, he had reached double-figures only twice since his 18-point explosion against Connecticut, and he is neither the passer or shooter that is Dolezaj.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWhen Moyer exited the game Wednesday, the tenor of the Syracuse offense changed. Dolezaj’s entrance coincided with a 36-23 SU run to cap off the first half, including a 13-3 mini run.“He changed the game,” said junior point guard Frank Howard, who scored 18 points. “With him flashing and cutting, making the hockey assists, I don’t think he gets enough recognition. The little dump-offs, hitting the open guy. He’s a smart player, talented, finding his spots, and he’s being confident.”Moyer, who stands a solid 6-foot-8, 215 pounds, is a strong defense player, able to stay tall against potent forwards. Yet it’s worth noting he has only five blocks to Dolezaj’s 17 on the season, and they rebound the same. Dolezaj has nearly the triple the number of assists as Moyer.Part of why Dolezaj struggled to get-going in conference play was a result of more physical defenses, head coach Jim Boeheim said. The difference Wednesday, Boeheim said, was that the Eagles played looser defense on him. But even when faced with physicality, Dolezaj finished on Wednesday. For example, Dolezaj finished a layup to push SU’s lead to nine early in the second half.“He finished those plays,” Boeheim said. “Early in the year, he bobbled it, missing those. This game he finished those and that’s a big difference.”Don’t discount Dolezaj for his lack of strength. Boeheim said in November that him being light — he is 6 feet 9 inches but only 180 pounds — does not matter, comparing him to former SU standout and 2005 first-round NBA pick Hakim Warrick. Both were light as freshmen, but that “has nothing to do with it,” Boeheim said, because being thin means being quicker.There are other encouraging signs, because for Dolezaj, the steep part of the learning curve could be nearing its end. Eric Devendorf, Syracuse’s assistant strength and conditioning coach, said that when Dolezaj is more aggressive and stays firm with the ball in the high post — a position in which SU has produced hardly any offense so far — he can open up space for Tyus Battle, Oshae Brissett, Howard and Chukwu.Boeheim also said in November that Dolezaj’s shooting was “a long ways away.” He didn’t miss a shot Wednesday.“It’s hard to improve your shooting in one year and he has,” Boeheim said. “His free throw shot, he’s got perfect form. The 15-footer he took, he had really good form with that and he couldn’t do that early in the year. It’s a big part of his game.”Dolezaj said the SU coaching staff completely changed his shooting form when he arrived on campus. That, he said, contributed to why his shooting mechanics were inconsistent. He has worked at the craft, though, by rising more in his shot, raising his shoulder higher and shooting with only one hand, not two.Of course, having both Dolezaj and Moyer clicking at the same time would be the perfect scenario. But Moyer’s injury, while likely a minor one, may just have given the keys to a budding Dolezaj. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

first_imgQUARTERBACKS (2)Austin Kafentzis★ ★ ★City: Sandy, UTH.S.: JordanRanked as the No. 1 quarterback in Utah by Scout.com after he threw for 3,862 yards and 40 touchdowns in addition to 1,842 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns his senior season. Kafentzis is considered by some to be the top Wisconsin recruit in the 2015 class and has enrolled early. WIDE RECIEVERS (1)Andrew James★ ★City: Fort Lauderdale, FLH.S.: Cardinal GibbonsThe 5-11, 165-pound wide receiver from Florida is a speedster, clocking a 4.33 40-yard dash time, according to Scout.com. James is the lone wide receiver for the Badgers in the 2015 class.#OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/OvUgHWPNHb— Andrew James (@andr3wjam3s_) February 4, 2015 Alex Hornibrook★ ★ ★City: West Chester, PAH.S.: Malvern Preparatory SchoolOriginally committed to Pittsburgh but flipped to Wisconsin after Paul Chryst was hired. The left-handed pocket-passer has also enrolled early.Beyond excited to announce that I have committed and will enroll early at the University of Wisconsin. On Wisconsin! pic.twitter.com/UiYhCWUmlT— Alex Hornibrook (@alex_hornibrook) January 13, 2015 RUNNING BACKS (2)Jordan Stevenson★ ★ ★ ★City: Dallas, TXH.S.:South Oak CliffRanked by Scout.com as the 84th overall player in the 2015 class and the fourth-best running back in the state of Texas. A former Texas commit, Stevenson ran for 2,511 yards and 31 touchdowns his senior season and is the highest-ranked recruit in Wisconsin’s 2015 class.Bradrick Shaw★ ★ ★City: Birmingham, ALH.S.: HooverFeatured on the MTV show “Two-A-Day”s in 2006-07, Hoover High School is considered the best high school football program in Alabama. Shaw chose Wisconsin over Vanderbilt and held offers from Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Nebraska, among others. FULLBACKS (1)Jake Whalen★ ★ ★City: Wausau, WIH.S.: Wausau WestPlayed both sides of the ball in high school, but Whalen commits as a fulllback. The 6-1, 220-pounder was a first-team All-State selection and was named the state’s most outstanding linebacker in 2014.https://twitter.com/JAKEisWHALEN/status/562091690811723776OFFENSIVE LINE (3)Jon Dietzen – Tackle★ ★ ★ ★City: Black Creek, WIH.S.: SeymourDietzen is ranked by Scout.com as the top tackle in Wisconsin and the 169th overall player in the 2015 class. The 6-5, 305-pound tackle has enrolled early.Kevin Estes – Tackle★ ★ ★City: San Marcos, CAH.S.: San MarcosEstes is 6-5, 270 pounds and is ranked as the 10th offensive tackle from California. He chose Wisconsin after receiving offers from most power conference schools in the West. David Moorman – Guard★ ★ ★ ★City: Northville, MIH.S.: NorthvilleMoorman is ranked as the No. 2 offensive guard prospect in the Midwest by Scout.com. The 6-5, 290-pound lineman also had offers from Minnesota and Penn State and is ranked 290th overall in the class of 2015.https://twitter.com/MoorDaddy/status/562969397586063360 TIGHT END (2) Kyle Penniston★ ★ ★City: Orange, CAH.S.: Mater DeiPlayed in the 2015 Under Armour All-America Game after he caught 31 passes for 419 yards and two touchdowns as a senior. ESPN.com has Penniston ranked as the 10th tight end overall in the 2015 class.David Edwards★ ★ ★City: Downers Grove, ILH.S.: Downers Grove NorthRanked by Scout.com has the No. 1 tight end in Illinois. The 6-6, 220-pounder played quarterback in high school but will slide over to tight end at UW. DEFENSIVE LINE (3)Olive Sagapolu – Nose guard★ ★ ★City: Huntington Beach, CAH.S.: Mater DeiA teammate of Penniston in high school, Sagapolu is listed as the fifth-best defensive tackle in California by Scout.com. He is 6-2 and 290 pounds.The big uso @OSagapolu is officially a Badger!#OnWisconsin— KP (@kyle_penniston) February 4, 2015David Pfaff – Defensive end★ ★ ★City: Mequon, WIH.S.: HomesteadThe Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Defensive Player of the Year is 6-2, 253 pounds and was also named the state’s most outstanding defensive lineman.I can’t wait till signing day! I’m so ready to get this done. #Anxious #byebyehighschool pic.twitter.com/jS9utA5dRM— David pfaff (@dpfaff21) January 28, 2015 Kraig Howe – Defensive end★ ★ ★City: Bellbrook, OHH.S.: ArchbishopAlter The Associated Press named him the 2014 co-defensive Player of the Year in his state, and he is 6-3, 253 pounds. https://twitter.com/KraigHowe/status/562959208438853636LINEBACKERS (5)Arrington Farrar – Outside linebacker★ ★ ★ ★City: Atlanta, GAH.S.: Woodward AcademyFarrar was a late pickup for the Badgers, choosing Wisconsin over Notre Dame on Signing Day around 3:30 p.m. At 6-2, 202 pounds, Farrar was a 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Game and a first-team Class AAAA All-State selection at defensive back.https://twitter.com/_CharlemagneIII/status/563128576493359104College Park (GA.) Woodward senior OLB Arrington Farrar picks Wisconsin #Badgers https://t.co/CKxFlwQ3r6— Brice Marich (@BriceMarich) February 4, 2015Chris Orr – Inside linebacker★ ★ ★City: DeSoto, TXH.S.: DeSotoThe 6-0, 215-pounder was an honorable mention to his All-State team and is the 17th-ranked linebacker out of Texas.Officially a Badger!!! #OnWisconsin — Chris Orr (@Chris_Guwap) February 4, 2015Nick Thomas – Inside linebacker★ ★ ★City: Bradenton, FLH.S.: IMG AcademyThomas—a 6-2, 230-pounder—moved from Kansas to Florida after his sophomore season and helped IMG Academy to a 19-3 record in his two seasons there, including the No. 1 ranking in the state in 2014.Signed that LOI #OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/kJaWEmBQW1— Nick Thomas (@46NThomas) January 13, 2015Zack Baun – Outside linebacker★ ★ ★City: Milwaukee, WIH.S.: Brown DeerComing in at 6-3 and 198 pounds, Baun will move to the other side of the ball for his time at UW after playing quarterback in high school. He was named the 2014 Wisconsin Offensive Player of the Year.Thank you everyone that came to my signing today! Glad I could share such a special moment with everyone#OnWisconsin— Zack Baun (@zackbizzaun) February 4, 2015Alec Ingold – ILB★ ★ ★City: Green Bay, WIH.S.: Bay PortLike Baun, the 6-2 and 205 pound quarterback and 2014 Wisconsin Gatorade Player of the Year will transition from quarterback to linebacker at UW.After talking with my family I’m proud to announce that I’m committed to the University of Madison pic.twitter.com/weVAbV2sFj— Alec Ingold (@ingynation) January 21, 2015DEFENSIVE BACKS (2)Titus Booker- CB★ ★ ★ ★City: Grayslake, ILH.S.: Grayslake NorthComing in at 5-11 and 176 pounds, Booker is a four-start recruit by Scout and a three-star recruit by ESPN and 247Sports. He played running back in high schoolHad a great weekend at Madison. No place I’d rather be #OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/oE0QCYiySv— Titus Booker (@TDirtayy) November 30, 2014 Serge Trezy – S★ ★ ★City: Orlando, FLH.S.: Agape HS/Eastern Arizona CCEarly reports say Trezy can run a 4.29 40-yard dash, and the 6-2 195 pounder has played offense and can return kicks.last_img read more

first_imgWith nine weeks already gone in the Normalisation Committee Special Competition, the two groups are starting to shape up nicely.Seven matches were played on Sunday with only Asante Kotoko not taking to the field of the 15 participating teams.This gave Medeama an opportunity to go five points clear of the Kumasi side when they travelled to Eleven Wonders but it was not a good weekend for the away sides.None of the away teams managed to earn all three points in the seven games that were played, with only one match ending in a draw.16 goals were scored across the seven match centres, with about 81% of them (13 goals) being scored by the home sides.The goals were by sixteen different scorers.The away sides scored only three goals this matchweek, with four teams failing to find the net at all.Hearts of Oak were the biggest scorers this weekend, netting four goals at home to WAFA while Dreams FC, Liberty Professionals, Bechem Utd, Elmina Sharks and the Sogakope club would certainly have wanted to be even a quarter as prolific as Hearts, as none of them managed a goal.Of the sides to pick up three points on Sunday, only Karela scored less than two goals with two each for Ashgold, Aduana, Eleven Wonders and Ebusua Dwarfs in addition to Heart’s four-goal haul.The results leave Medeama (16 points) two points clear of Kotoko in Group A having played a game more, with Aduana a further two behind in third.Hearts of Oak (18 points) are a point clear of Karela in Group B with WAFA and Elmina Sharks following with 15 and 14 points respectively.last_img read more