Russias hero is under investigation

first_imgValencia forward Denis Cheryshev is the subject of a Spanish probe for allegedly receiving growth hormone injectionsForward Denis Cheryshev was the hero of the Russia national team during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in their own country.The 27-year-old footballer has been loaned to Valencia this year, where he has two appearances and one goal.But his good run might be cut, after a Russian publication quoted the player’s father, Dmitri Cheryshev, said his son received growth hormone injections when he played in Villarreal in 2017.“An investigation has been opened to get more information regarding this case,” a spokesman for Spain’s anti-doping agency AEPSAD told France 24.James Rodriguez, Real MadridZidane hails ‘quality’ James Rodriguez after Real Madrid’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane reserved special praise for James Rodriguez after his starring role in Real Madrid’s 3-2 win over Levante.“The investigation is being carried out in cooperation with Russia’s anti-doping agency and in permanent contact with the World Anti-Doping Agency which is aware of the affair and will be informed of the conclusions.”But Cherysev says his conscience is clear.“On my side, everything has been honest and I think there will be no problem,” he told Russian Sport-Express.“I think we’d better leave this case in the hands of medics, who have done everything right.”last_img read more

Joe Cole announces retirement from football

first_imgJoe Cole has announced his retirement from playing football and will now focus on forging a coaching careerThe 37-year-old midfielder made the announcement on Tuesday morning after a spell with Tampa Bay Rowdies in the United Soccer League.“After 20 years as a professional, the time has come for me to hang up my boots,” said Cole on the Premier League website.“It has been a dream come true. All of it.“Whatever is next, I hope the next two decades are as special as my last 20 years as a professional have been.“A huge thanks to everyone who helped me along that path.”He added: “I’ve been incredibly fortunate to have played with some of the very best players of my era and even more fortunate to call a lot of them friends.“Winning trophies at Chelsea was particularly special for me. Those memories will live with me forever, as will the chance I had to share them with my family.“Looking to the future, I want to stay involved in the game. I feel I can offer a lot as a coach.“To lend my experience to help other young footballers achieve their dreams, just like I did, is a big passion of mine.”Daniel Fark, Norwich City, Premier LeagueDaniel Farke, From mid-table in the Championship to the Premier League Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Norwich City manager, Daniel Farke, has taken his team from the middle of the table in the English Championship to play with the big boys in the Premier League.Cole graduated from the West Ham youth academy and made 187 appearances for the senior side across two spells after debuting as a 17-year-old in January 1999.After moving to Chelsea in 2003, Cole helped new coach Jose Mourinho deliver their first league title in 50 years.He also had spells with Liverpool, Lille, Aston Villa, Coventry and lastly Rowdies.Cole made 56 England appearances and represented the national side at three World Cups.Premier League: 🏆🏆🏆FA Cup: 🏆🏆League Cup: 🏆And who could forget the ‘worldie’ he scored against Sweden in the 2006 World Cup.More on Joe Cole’s retirement: https://t.co/eaJ1fRY5fi pic.twitter.com/WQIPcnzrbN— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) November 13, 2018last_img read more

Callum Wilson is definitely worth £50m and would make Chelsea better

first_imgEx England footballer Dion Dublin claims Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson is “definitely worth” £50m and would make Chelsea a better side if signed.The 26-year-old Wilson has netted nine league goals this season for his club but with several reports linking him for transfer to Stamford Bridge, football pundit believes he is good enough to play for Chelsea.Speaking to BBC radio, Dublin, when asked if Wilson’s rumoured move to The Blues is good, said:“Yes, he is.”Premier LeaguePremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…On the other hand, Blues striker Alvaro Morata wants to leave Chelsea as he has nodded for a switch to Sevilla, according to Guillem Balague as quoted by BBC.“Morata wants to leave Chelsea, it has not been the right club for him.“The style does not suit him and he will go back. He has said yes to Sevilla but 24 hours later Atletico Madrid said they are interested as well. Nothing has been signed.“Chelsea will let him go on loan because that is the only situation in which both Sevilla and Atletico will have him, and they will have to pay at least half of his 9m euro (£8.12m) wages until the end of the season.”last_img read more

Clean Up Weekend is just the Beginning

first_img Recommended for you Fiery explosion kills Blue Hills man Traffic relief coming for Blue Hills says Minister Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 20 Jul 2015 – Three impressive campaigns for clean up on the weekend were held and as Magnetic Media issued the mobile reports on the happenings, the kudos came in; islanders are happy to see the work to rid highways and residential communities of unsightly trash. By far, the most monumental of the projects was the Kew Town area where up to 6pm on Saturday, roughly 12 hours after they had started, Environmental Health reported that there had been 18 loads of garbage hauled out by truck, that there had been nearly a dozen vehicles removed and a reminder that this was just the beginning for the newly formed Haitian Organization. One Bahamas Association took on the Millennium Highway with significant progress and member for Blue Hills, Goldray Ewing led a community group to tidy up front road of his district. During the week, Wheeland member Delroy Williams funded a clean up the length of Millennium Highway and last weekend, Leeward Palms came together with Ezra Taylor to pick up trash. While much work has been done; there is more to do… in addition to those photographs of progress with bagged garbage, there were photos coming to Magnetic Media showing areas still suffering from indiscriminate dumping. Related Items:blue hills, clean up, delroy williams, ezra taylor, one bahamas association Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp PNP Administration announces plan to ease Blue Hills traffic congestionlast_img read more

San Ysidro athletic field receives 17 million worth of improvements

first_img Posted: July 26, 2017 KUSI Newsroom July 26, 2017 KUSI Newsroom, San Ysidro athletic field receives $1.7 million worth of improvements SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — City officials Wednesday unveiled $1.7 million in improvements to Larsen Athletic Field in San Ysidro. The park received new play equipment, drought-tolerant landscaping, picnic tables and benches and additional parking, according to the mayor’s office. Paths were upgraded to meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards. The work was partially funded by a $1 million federal grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and came two years after the city made major improvements to lighting at the park. “When we invest in our parks, we breathe new life into our communities,” Mayor Kevin Faulconer said at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. “This beautiful park will go a long way toward creating a fun, accessible and safe environment for everyone in San Ysidro,” Faulconer said. “We’re improving parks across San Diego, and this project shows that communities that have waited a long time for infrastructure investments are getting the attention they deserve.”  Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Port of San Diego celebrates Maritime Month

first_img KUSI Newsroom Updated: 3:43 PM May 7, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, Port of San Diego celebrates Maritime Monthcenter_img 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The month of May is “Maritime Month” here in San Diego. It is designed to allow people to take the time to learn about the four maritime sectors that are very important to our County’s success. Port of San Diego Chairman, Rafael Castellanos was in studio to tell us more about it.San Diego’s interdependent relationship to the water and the world is made possible through a vast network of ships and people working to keep our region strong – and at the heart of it all is maritime. The import and export of cargo is the economic engine that fuels billions of dollars in regional impact. The cruise ships home-ported in our bay bring joy to visitors and prosperity to our waterfront. The largest shipbuilding and repair workforce on the west coast is the pride of generations of workers. And the commercial and sport fishing communities bring locally-sourced fresh seafood to our homes, along with jobs and economic prosperity to our lives. Posted: May 7, 2018 Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Lifeguards and police get ready for Memorial Day Weekend

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Dan Plante Lifeguards and police get ready for Memorial Day Weekend Posted: May 24, 2018 Dan Plante, center_img Updated: 10:16 PM SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — It’s almost here. The unofficial start of summer and it’s gonna be good.“Memorial Day is an exciting time for us, the lifeguards get fired up and ready to go,” said Sgt. Rick Snobel of the San Diego Lifeguards.In Mission Beach, the lifeguards were joined by the San Diego Police Beach Patrol Thursday afternoon for a pre-summer reminder.“The biggest thing for us is the alcohol. We will be on the sand and the boardwalks and Mission Bay,” said San Diego Police Officer Larry Hesselgesser.This year, there’s another issue for the police. For the first time, those ride-sharing scooters are everywhere and they’re breaking the rules.“Yes, we will be cracking down on the scooters. People need to know, you need a helmet, you need a drivers license and you can’t ride double,” Hesselgesser said “But the biggest thing is speed. Those scooters go 15-miles an hour, the speed limit on the boardwalk is 8-miles an hour.”Hardly anyone goes 8-miles an hour.Other things of concern going into summer, stingrays. Every year, hundreds of people feel the sting.But there is a method to avoid, it’s called “the stingray shuffle.” Instead of walking into the water, “slide” your feet along the ocean floor. Shuffle your feet. That way the stingrays will swim away.Among the other rules, no glass, no smoking, (that includes pot) and no closed tents. All tents must be open on one side so cops can see in.This is the most exciting time of the year here in San Diego, if everyone plays by the rules, then everyone leaves with a good story. Enjoy. May 24, 2018last_img read more

30000 without power in fire risk areas in San Diego

first_img November 13, 2018 Updated: 12:19 PM SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego County Tuesday remains under a red flag warning denoting a strong risk of wildfire, with the National Weather Service forecasting Santa Ana wind gusts approaching 80 miles per hour along with low humidity as about 30,000 homes and businesses were without power due to powerful Santa Ana winds and a resulting critical risk of wildfires.The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning for the county mountains, valleys and coastal areas that was originally set to last until 5 p.m. Tuesday but has been extended to 5 p.m. Wednesday. The NWS also issued a high wind warning in the mountains and valleys that remains in effect until 5 p.m. Tuesday.Winds blowing east to northeast were expected between 30 to 40 mph in most of the region with gusts of 80 mph possible near the ridge tops of the county mountains, according to the NWS. Sill Hill, just west of Cuyamaca Peak, recorded gusts as high as 86 mph Monday.Humidity levels will drop to around 5 percent with poor recovery overnight.High temperatures Tuesday will be 75 to 80 degrees near the coast and inland, 75 to 80 degrees in the western valleys, 65 to 70 near the foothills and 53 to 62 in the mountains, NWS forecasters said.Fuels, meaning the vefetation, are very dry and fires will grow rapidly, burn intensely and be difficult to control upon ignition, according to the Santa Ana Wildfire Threat Index.As of 8 p.m. Monday, San Diego Gas & Electric had shut off power to around 10,600 customers in the Boulevard, Descanso, Campo, Julian, Ramona, Buckman Springs, Lake Wohlford, Pine Valley and Santa Ysabel areas as a safety precaution because of the high winds and low humidity, according to SDG&E.The outages could last until the red flag warning expires Wednesday afternoon and four resource centers were opened Monday for residents affected by the outages.Residents can get water and snacks, charge their phones and get updated information on outages at the resources center located at:– Mountain Empire High School Gymnasium, 3305 Buckman Springs Road, Campo;– Potrero Resource Center, 24550 Highway 94, Potrero;– Camp Oliver Lodge, 8761 Riverside Drive, Descanso; and– Golden Acorn Casino & Travel Center, 1800 Golden Acorn Way, Campo.Two more resources centers are set to open at 8 a.m. Tuesday at:– Whispering Winds Catholic Camp, 17606 Harrison Park Road, Julian;– Dulzura Community Center, 1136 Community Building Road, Dulzura.With the heightened fire danger, authorities recommended that residents avoid outdoor burning, using lawn mowers or power tools outside and have emergency preparedness kits in order. 30,000 without power in fire risk areas in San Diego KUSI Newsroom, center_img Posted: November 13, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News, Wildfires FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Alleged shooter in Hillcrest charged with attempted murder

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Updated: 5:20 PM KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom February 15, 2019center_img Posted: February 15, 2019 Alleged shooter in Hillcrest charged with attempted murder 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – An ex-con who allegedly riddled a Hillcrest restaurant with bullets from an assault rifle — sending terrified diners ducking for cover but somehow injuring no one — was charged today with 11 counts of attempted murder.Stefano Markell Parker, 29, was arrested without incident Tuesday night, about 90 minutes after the shooting at The Asian Bistro, 414 University Ave., according to San Diego police.Parker, who’s being held without bail, could face 374 years to life behind bars if convicted of the attempted murder counts, as well as one count each of shooting into an occupied building and being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to Deputy District Attorney Paul Reizen.Parker, who pleaded not guilty to the charges Friday afternoon, was initially booked on suspicion of nine counts of attempted murder. But two more restaurant patrons have since come forward and told authorities they were present during the shooting, according to the prosecutor.Reizen said he expects additional witnesses may come forward, adding to the litany of charges the defendant faces.Bystanders made 911 calls to report seeing a man in a trench coat firing numerous rounds from a rifle into the Asian-food restaurant, shattering its front windows, about 7:40 p.m. Following the barrage of gunshots, the shooter lowered his weapon and walked off, Officer John Buttle said.None of the patrons inside at the time was injured, even though investigators at the shooting scene found at least 19 .556-caliber shell casings.After a witness reported seeing a man changing his garments in the area and provided a new clothing description, officers found Parker in an alley off the 3500 block of Fourth Avenue and took him into custody around 9 p.m. Discarded clothes, the rifle believed to have been used in the shooting and magazines for the weapon were located nearby.The eatery is located in the busy uptown neighborhood, which is home to much of the city’s LGBTQ population. Though some have opined at an anti-LGBTQ motivation for the shooting based on posts on Parker’s Facebook page, Reizen said the motive was unknown.“Obviously, if we do find information, and I know that some people have looked through this particular individual’s Facebook account and there’s some stuff on there, but at this point, there is no indication that this is a hate crime,” Reizen said. “If we get evidence that points us in that direction, certainly that will be something that we will consider adding onto the (criminal) complaint.”At a news conference earlier this week, SDPD Assistant Chief Albert Guaderrama told reporters that investigators were looking into whether the firearm assault may have been a hate crime, due to possibly anti-gay statements the suspect had posted on Facebook.During the briefing at downtown police headquarters, Mayor Kevin Faulconer said the “terrifying” crime had prompted immediate plans for increased officer patrols in Hillcrest.“We pride ourselves in San Diego for being a very diverse city and a city that celebrates unique culture,” Faulconer said. “That is never going to change. We will stand together to denounce violence, and we will stand together to support our brothers and sisters in the LGBTQ community.”Parker was previously convicted and served prison time in connection with a homicide in Alabama in the early 2000s, according to police.He’s set to return to court Feb. 27 for a readiness conference.More information: https://bit.ly/2tpl7Ba last_img read more

Fuel Storage Amendment Accepted in WRDA Bill

first_imgAs the Senate continues debate on the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), language to change upcoming regulations for on-farm fuel storage has been accepted unanimously as part of the bill. The amendment would set storage tank thresholds below which agricultural operations would be excluded from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Rule.Some farms would be exempt altogether, while others storing a certain amount of fuel would be allowed to self-certify their own oil spill prevention plans.The amendment creates a temporary 6,000 gallon aggregate aboveground oil storage exemption threshold for farms for up to 30 months, pending the completion of a joint EPA–U.S. Department of Agriculture study to set a permanent exemption threshold for farms between 2,500 and 6,000 gallons, based on what constitutes a significant risk of discharge to water and a subsequent rulemaking by EPA.The amendment also permits farms to self-certify their spill prevention plans if their aggregate aboveground oil storage is between 6,000 and 20,000 gallons. A professional engineer must certify the plan if the farm has an individual storage tank greater than 10,000 gallons, an aggregate aboveground oil storage greater than or equal to 20,000 gallons, or a reportable oil discharge history.last_img read more

Firefighters aid woman who fell off of horse

first_imgEleven firefighters worked to find and help a woman who was injured after falling from her horse near La Center on Sunday afternoon.The rescue happened about 2 p.m., said Clark County Fire & Rescue Battalion Chief Tim Dawdy.The woman was riding in the 29300 block of Northeast Timmen Road, and was in woods along the East Fork of the Lewis River.Her injuries made it impossible for her to get back on her horse, Dawdy said.It took firefighters about an hour to find the woman and another hour to get her to an ambulance, Dawdy said. She was taken to Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital.Dawdy did not release her name, citing privacy laws. He said he was not sure of the woman’s age.“Our firefighters have been intensely training during the spring to respond to remote rescue calls like this,” Dawdy said.last_img read more

Global chemical watchdog wins Nobel Peace Prize

first_imgTHE HAGUE, Netherlands — Efforts to eliminate chemical weapons won a Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for the global watchdog trying to destroy Syria’s stockpiles of nerve gas and other poisonous agents.By giving its prestigious prize to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the Norwegian Nobel Committee turned the spotlight both on Syria’s devastating civil war and on a type of weapon that has horrified nations since World War I.The reaction in Syria was notably polarized. A senior Syrian rebel called the award a `’premature step” that will divert the world’s attention from “the real cause of the war” while a lawmaker from Syria’s ruling party declared the Nobel to be a vindication of President Bashir Assad’s government.The OPCW was formed in 1997 to enforce the Chemical Weapons Convention, the first international treaty to outlaw an entire class of weapons. Based in The Hague, Netherlands, it has largely worked out of the limelight until this year, when the U.N. called upon its expertise to help investigate alleged chemical weapons attacks in Syria.“The conventions and the work of the OPCW have defined the use of chemical weapons as a taboo under international law,” the Nobel Committee said in Oslo. “Recent events in Syria, where chemical weapons have again been put to use, have underlined the need to enhance the efforts to do away with such weapons.”last_img

Vancouver woman arrested after alleged assault on I5 shoulder

first_img A Vancouver woman was arrested Wednesday after allegedly assaulting another woman on the shoulder of southbound Interstate 5 near Main Street.Dawn M. Ongrung, 30, was booked into the Clark County Jail for suspicion of fourth-degree assault, domestic violence, said Kim Kapp, spokeswoman for the Vancouver Police Department.Passing motorists called 911 just after 11 a.m. Wednesday when they spotted two women wearing pajamas engaging in a physical altercation near a blue Nissan sedan, Washington State Patrol Trooper Will Finn said.The female driver was trying to restrain the female passenger, Finn said. When the passenger got out of the car, the driver then got out and shoved the passenger and punched her four or five times, Finn said.The name of the victim was not released by police, but Finn said the women are in a domestic partnership. Vancouver police took over the investigation. The same vehicle was seen driving erratically in Lewis County about 9:15 a.m. and passersby reported that the driver was possibly intoxicated, Finn said. Troopers responded but did not see the vehicle. A female was arrested after allegedly assaulting another female on the shoulder of southbound Interstate 5 near Main Street.last_img read more

Gov Inslee signs Boeing incentive bills

first_imgSEATTLE — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee gave final approval Monday to a package of tax breaks for Boeing Co. in hopes of landing the company’s new 777X, signing legislation at Seattle’s Museum of Flight at Boeing Field. Now attention is focused on a contract vote later this week by the Machinists union.Boeing has sought the tax benefits — valued at $9 billion through 2040 — and a broad new contract with machinists as part of a long-term deal to build the 777X in the Puget Sound. In unusual swiftness, lawmakers returned to Olympia last week for a special session dedicated to Boeing, approving the legislation ahead of the union vote.Some machinists have indicated opposition to the contract because it includes concessions. Political leaders, including many Democrats who are closely aligned with unionized workers, have declined to encourage machinists how to vote but have asked them to consider the broader impact on jobs and future generations.“I do know that the competition is very tough and that there are a lot of people rooting for our failure,” said U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., when asked about the union vote.Asked whether the machinists could get another chance if they reject the current contract proposal, Murray said Boeing was moving quickly on its decisions: “We have the opportunity to build this plane here. I hope we take it.”last_img read more

Group reflects on Vancouver Lake

first_imgClick to enlarge. If there’s one thing a decade of studying the ailing health of Vancouver Lake has revealed, it’s this: Fixing it won’t come easy.“There’s no silver bullet,” said Patty Boyden, environmental services director at the Port of Vancouver.Ten years after its formation, the group that has spearheaded extensive research and advocacy for the lake now faces a crossroads. The Vancouver Lake Watershed Partnership and its members say they’ve greatly improved the community’s understanding of a complex ecosystem. They’ve laid out several possible actions that could improve Vancouver Lake, still plagued by toxic algae blooms, pollution and other problems. But the group also faces an uncertain path forward with local agreements set to expire and future funding up in the air.Now the question is: What happens next?Conversations in the coming year could include what form the partnership takes in the future, Boyden said, whether it’s the same partnership, a nonprofit, a watershed council or something else. The group is financially backed now by the port, Clark County and the city of Vancouver. Those three agencies have jointly contributed almost all of the $1.3 million that the partnership has worked with during the past 10 years.But that arrangement was never meant to be permanent, according to those involved. An intergovernmental agreement among the city, county and port will end no later than 2016. And any new funding plan will likely depend on what the partnership becomes.A report published by the partnership in December offered a detailed summary of all the research the group has helped facilitate during the past 10 years. The document was intended to recap what the community has learned about the lake since the partnership was formed, said Ron Wierenga, a program manager in Clark County’s Environmental Services department. It’s also a way to show people what has been accomplished with all of the time and money that has been directed toward Vancouver Lake, he said.last_img read more

Clark County stands pat on fireworks rules

first_imgThe rockets’ red glare and bombs bursting in air will endure next year in Clark County with no new restrictions on their sales or use.Commissioners will not meet a deadline to decide on an ordinance that could restrict the sales and discharge of fireworks for the 2015 summer season. Under state law, the county has until June 28 to approve a new fireworks ordinance, which would go into effect next year. With that date less than two weeks away, commissioners have missed their window to provide sufficient public notice to hold the necessary hearings on the topic.A proposal to tighten restrictions on fireworks was approved by voters last year as part of the county’s slate of nonbinding advisory votes. Commissioner Tom Mielke chalked up the lapse in timing, in part, to losing a county employee who specialized in fireworks.“We had a change in personnel, so we dropped the ball on this one,” he said, referring to the resignation of Kelly Sills, the county’s former economic development director. Sills, who resigned in March, acted as the county’s point person on fireworks.last_img read more

Suncity Group 1H18 losses set to increase significantly

first_imgSuncity had group-wide losses of RMB1.06 billion in the first six months of 2017, up from RMB64.9 million in 1H16. Full results for the six months to 30 June 2018 will be released next week.Suncity announced earlier this month that is was delaying again the purchase of a 34% stake in Vietnam IR project Hoiana while it waits for developer Hoi An South Development Ltd to receive bank approval. Completion of the purchase is expected to be completed by the end of August. Load More Suncity Group looking to develop new resort hotel in Okinawa, Japan after US$10 million land purchase JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner Macau junket operator Suncity Group Holdings Limited has issued a negative profit warning for the six months ended 30 June 2018, stating it expects to record a significant increase in its loss attributable to owners of the company when compared to 2017 numbers.In a filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the company said the result is mainly attributable to the increase in loss of approximately RMB944.1 million (US$137.3 million) in respect of the change in fair value of the derivative component of convertible bonds. Success Universe profit soars 230% in 1H19 on higher Ponte 16 share RelatedPostslast_img read more