Brisbane Touch Football grows from humble start

first_imgTuesday’s Courier Mail has a great story about Touch Football in Brisbane and how it is celebrating 40 years in 2013.  To view the story, please click on the link below: http://www.couriermail.com.au/sport/more-sports/love-of-the-game-brisbane-touch-football-grows-from-humble-start/story-fnii0hmo-1226679980464 Related LinksCourier Mail Storylast_img

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Ukrainebased Divantv has launched an internation

first_imgUkraine-based Divan.tv has launched an international OTT service targeting Russian and Ukrainian-speakers.The combined live TV and subscription video-on-demand service will target the estimated 300 million Russian and Ukrainian speakers worldwide with an offering of 60 live channels and VoD for US$9.99 (€7.36) a month.Divan.tv will be available on LG, Samsung, Philips, Sony and Panasonic smart TV portals as well as the Roku media player and Android and iOS tablets.Divan.tv said it would spend “millions of dollars” on developing the global service, with a target of breaking even in two and a half years. The company will now split its head office functions between California and Moscow, leaving only research and development and back-office functions in Ukraine.“We are happy to introduce TV Everywhere concept (Smart TV, STB, tablets, laptop) for all our audience worldwide. We plan to serve up 2 million customers in upcoming three to four years,” said founder of Divan.tv and managing partner of AVentures Capital Andrey Kolodyuk.Divan.tv launched in Ukraine in 2009 and says it has attracted about 125,000 users with a mix of freemium and subscription services. The service has previously signed deals with a number of international content providers including Scripps Networks, and recently expanded its reach by signing deals with a number of local ISPs as well as launching iPad and Android tablet apps.last_img read more

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The first race is at 750 am and will consist of t

first_imgThe first race is at 7.50 am and will consist of two laps of the same course as Saturday. The second race begins at 9.50 am which is due to finish at approximately 2.30pm. Motorists are asked to avoid the areas on both days during the times mentioned.Traffic & Travel: Roads closed in Derry over National Cycle Championships was last modified: June 29th, 2019 by John2John2 Tags: POLICE are advising motorists that some roads will be closed today, Saturday, June 29 and Sunday, June 30 due to the All Ireland National Cycle Championships which are taking place in Derry for the first time.Saturday 29th June 2019Some road closure will take place in town centre roads at 9.50 am for three hours for the first race and then again at 5pm for three hours for the second race. Motorists are advised to expect traffic disruption around Shipquay Street, the city centre and Spencer Road. The race will involve five laps of a 21 km course returning via Foyle Bridge and Culmore roundabout. Sunday 30th June 2019Road closures will be in place in the town centre roads between 10.00 am and 2.30 pm. All Ireland National Cycle ChampionshipsPSNIshipquay streetSPENCER ROADTraffic & Travel: Roads closed in Derry over National Cycle Championships ShareTweetlast_img read more

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