Champions Cup group stages: Learnings as the last 16 is confirmed

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City AM

By Matt Hardy The Champions Cup group stages have concluded and we know the 16 teams who have progressed through to the knockout stages. Five teams from England have made the cut while eight from the United Rugby Championship (URC) will feature at the end of March in the next round. Here are our four takeaways from this weekend. United Rugby successesAstonishingly, all eight of the URC teams who qualified for the pool stages of this competition have gone on to qualify for the round of 16. While the Irish sides in the URC have traditionally done well in the competition, it is a breath of fresh … Read More “Champions Cup group stages: Learnings as the last 16 is confirmed”

Technology costs and inflation could drive up price of wind power

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City AM

By Nicholas Earl The price of wind power could rise in the coming years, with energy specialist Cornwall Insight warning the upcoming contracts for difference (CfD) scheme could soon drive an upturn in generation costs. The fifth allocation round for the CfD scheme is expected in March, with the previous four rounds developing a trend of falling prices for offshore wind assets. However, senior consultant Alex Asher believes the next round could buck expectations. He argues there are a range of potential factors that could reverse trends, such as high inflation and geopolitical uncertainty whic… Read More “Technology costs and inflation could drive up price of wind power”

Look: NFL Reacts To Pregame Brett Maher Video

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates After a historically bad performance in last week’s win over the Bucs, Cowboys kicker Brett Maher was reportedly the first one on the field for warm-ups on Sunday as he prepares for a huge divisional round game against the 49ers. Per Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News, “Kicker Brett Maher is the first Cowboys player on the field, visualizing the chances that may come today vs. 49ers at Levi’s Stadium.” The NFL World reacted to the Maher pregame video on social media. “This is how you bounce back!!” a user replied. “Good for him taking his craft this serious.” “I believe… Read More “Look: NFL Reacts To Pregame Brett Maher Video”

Vahe Gregorian: The encore to HenneThingIsPossible, and why that looms large for the Chiefs

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The Kansas City Star

If you sighed, gasped, cursed or prayed when Patrick Mahomes suffered a ghastly-looking ankle injury late in the first quarter of the Chiefs’ AFC Divisional Round game against Jacksonville on Saturday at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, you were in good company. The transcendent Mahomes, after all, ultimately is what has distinguished the Chiefs from about everybody else in the NFL these last five seasons. So what Chiefs fan didn’t fear the worst in the moment? Both for Mahomes’ health, Saturday and beyond, and the team’s prospects of securing its fifth straight AFC Championship Game berth. Bu… Read More “Vahe Gregorian: The encore to HenneThingIsPossible, and why that looms large for the Chiefs”

Macron calls for France and Germany to move forward in shaping Europe

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DPA

French President Emmanuel Macron has called for Germany and France to move forward in shaping the future of Europe. “There is immense work ahead of us to achieve our goal of a more sovereign, democratic and united Europe,” Macron said at a ceremony of the two countries’ parliaments in Paris. Because Germany and France had paved the way for reconciliation, both countries must now together be pioneers in the re-foundation and strengthening of Europe, he said at a ceremony marking the 60th anniversary of the Elysée Treaty. Macron said this would involve a future environmentally friendly energy su… Read More “Macron calls for France and Germany to move forward in shaping Europe”

Macron calls for France and Germany to shape Europe as Scholz visits

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French President Emmanuel Macron has called for Germany and France to move forward in shaping the future of Europe, during a Franco-German meeting to pay tribute to 60 years of Élysée Treaty which signified Franco-German reconciliation. “There is immense work ahead of us to achieve our goal of a more sovereign, democratic and united Europe,” Macron said at a ceremony of the two countries’ parliaments on Sunday. Because Germany and France had paved the way for reconciliation, both countries must now together be pioneers in the re-foundation and strengthening of Europe, he said at the Paris cere… Read More “Macron calls for France and Germany to shape Europe as Scholz visits”

17 Passive Income Ideas for Seniors to Boost Retirement Income

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Due

Retirement can be a time to relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor, but for many seniors, the reality is that their fixed income is not enough to sustain their desired lifestyle. That’s where passive income comes in. It requires little to no effort to maintain and can provide a consistent revenue stream for retirees. In this article, we’ll explore several passive income ideas that seniors can use to boost their retirement income and live more comfortably and securely. Passive Income Ideas for Seniors to Boost Retirement Income1. Sell Your Product on Etsy or Amazon. If you have a knack for de… Read More “17 Passive Income Ideas for Seniors to Boost Retirement Income”

The Low-Risk, High-Reward Trade That Sends D’Angelo Russell To The Miami Heat

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Fadeaway World

By Lee Tran This trade sends D’Angelo Russell to the Miami Heat. The Miami Heat are a team that has been trending upward as of late. They are currently the 6th seed in the Eastern Conference and are slightly above .500 with a 25-22 record. The East is definitely an extremely competitive conference this year, and perhaps a good move for the Miami Heat would involve them making a trade to try and get ahead of the pack. Previously, it has been reported thatthe Miami Heat have some interest in Minnesota Timberwolves point guard D’Angelo Russell. He would likely be easy to get for the team, as he i… Read More “The Low-Risk, High-Reward Trade That Sends D’Angelo Russell To The Miami Heat”

Sam McDowell: Who the Chiefs could play in AFC Championship Game (and who they should want to play)

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The Kansas City Star

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs are on to the AFC Championship Game once more, albeit not at full strength. They await Buffalo or Cincinnati. In Kansas City … or at Atlanta. The Chiefs secured their spot in a fifth straight AFC title game with a 27-20 win on Saturday against the Jacksonville Jaguars at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, though it came at a cost. Star quarterback Patrick Mahomes left the game in the first half, and then returned in the second, with a high-ankle sprain. He hobbled throughout the second half. But the win sets up yet another link in a trend. Or an NFL first. The Chi… Read More “Sam McDowell: Who the Chiefs could play in AFC Championship Game (and who they should want to play)”

Maritime Photo and Art Exhibit – ‘The Return of Byron Huart: Before, After and Present’ at Montclair Public Library

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Multi-disciplined photographer, artist, and maritime historian Byron Huart, formerly a Montclair resident, revisits his hometown with a brand-new, temporary exhibit now on view in Montclair Public Library’s Gallery. Visitors will see Huart’s maritime photography and artwork, including cityscapes, seascapes, and sunset scenes. His maritime photography tells the story of the Port of New York’s cruise shipping boom before the 2020 pandemic,the shutdown of the industry during the COVID 19 pandemic, and the return of cruise ships in 2021-22. Huart also will be showcasing select pieces of artwork th… Read More “Maritime Photo and Art Exhibit – ‘The Return of Byron Huart: Before, After and Present’ at Montclair Public Library”