“Indonesia’s economic outlook will now depend on the ability to stimulate recovery after a drastic deterioration in economic activity,” Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati told lawmakers in a hearing on July 9.She expects the economy to contract 0.4 percent this year under the worst-case scenario or grow 1 percent under the baseline scenario.The government expects the fiscal deficit to reach 6.34 percent this year as it allocates Rp 695.2 trillion (US$48.23 billion) in stimuli to strengthen the country’s healthcare response and bolster the economy amid the pandemic.Officials are now looking to accelerate spending to boost economic recovery and strengthen the country’s virus response after receiving criticism from President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo as well as from business and health communities for the slow disbursement of stimulus funds.Topics : The government and the House of Representatives have agreed in principle on 2021 state budget assumptions with a deficit of 4.7 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) to bolster the economy from the coronavirus-induced recession.The budget deficit is expected to reach 3.21 percent to 4.17 percent of GDP next year, but the government can widen the fiscal deficit to 4.7 percent if needed to fully support the recovery, said House Budget Committee vice chairman Muhidin Mohamad Said.“The government’s 2021 work plan is being directed to support economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, boost human development, as well as industrial and tourism development,” among other things, he told a plenary meeting on Tuesday. President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo will announce the detailed 2021 state budget, including exact revenue and expenditure figures, during his annual speech on Aug. 16.The government and the House agreed that the assumption underpinning the 2021 state budget would see state spending reach 13.11 percent to 15.17 percent of GDP, while tax revenue is expected to reach 8.25 percent to 8.63 percent and nontax income 1.6 percent to 2.3 percent of GDP.Indonesia’s economy could enter a recession in the third quarter this year as the government expects GDP to shrink by 3.8 percent to 5.1 percent in the second quarter and to decline by a further 1 percent in the third quarter.If the economy shrinks in the third quarter, it will mark Indonesia’s first recession since the 1998 Asian financial crisis. A recession happens when an economy shrinks in two consecutive quarters.
Inside 161 Edenbrooke Drive, Seventeen Mile Rocks.“We liked that it was close to the city, close to shops and things like that.’’The lowset, five-bedroom home is near community facilities including tennis courts, bike tracks and picnic areas.There is a double lockup remote garage and a laundry with external access. Inside 161 Edenbrooke Drive, Seventeen Mile Rocks. The dining, kitchen and media room all have views over the back yard, where the swimming pool and entertainment area are.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The pool has glass fencing. Inside has reverse-cycle ducted airconditioning, tinted windows, and ceiling insulation.The main bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite.While they love the outcome of their work Mrs Russell said they were selling and moving for work reasons. The home at 161 Edenbrooke Drive, Seventeen Mile Rocks.Just under two years ago, Crystal and Chris Russell bought their home at Seventeen Mile Rocks and set about completely refurbishing it.They tried to give 161 Edenbrooke Drive a more modern feel and changed the exterior colour.“(It has) a completely new kitchen with stone benches and a very big butlers pantry which was probably one of the best additions that we made,’’ Mrs Russell said.The refurbished kitchen has an induction cooktop, electric oven, integrated dishwasher and an appliance cupboard. The home at 161 Edenbrooke Drive, Seventeen Mile Rocks.“We actually really love the layout and how we have now got it refurbished. And the street is nice and the neighbourhood is nice,’’ she said.They particularly enjoy the outdoor area by the pool and that the whole home is easy maintenance.She said it was a nice “family friendly’’ suburb which was very green and the house was close to the lake and parks with many areas to walk around in the Edenbrooke Estate.
Mr Winter, who is in the running for the coveted Gold Logie at Sunday night’s TV Week Logie Awards, said the pair bought the Tuscan-inspired five-bedroom house at Sanctuary Cove with a renovation in mind.‘Before’ pictures of Andrew Winter’s Gold Coast home. Source: PACIFIC IMAGE GROUP.‘After’ images taken of Winter’s newly-renovated home. Source: PACIFIC IMAGE GROUP.But its unusual design meant their focus was different to their previous projects.“We’ve never quite spent so much time focusing on the outside areas,” Mr Winter saidThe house is on the river so the pool is at the centre of the home in a European-style courtyard instead of in the back yard.WANT ANDREW TO WIN THE GOLD LOGIE? VOTE HERE“Every single bedroom has direct access to the courtyard and pool so it’s really unusual in that respect,” Mr Winter said.They liked its unusual design and style, so focused on breathing new life into the outdoor areas and remodelling the home’s interior without compromising its character.‘Before’ pictures of Winter’s Gold Coast home. Source: PACIFIC IMAGE GROUP.‘After’ images taken of Winter’s newly-renovated home. Source: PACIFIC IMAGE GROUP.“We haven’t really changed anything else layout wise,” Mr Winter said.Standout features include a daring black ceiling in the kitchen as well as a marble-look front door.“It’s a solid door but it’s cut in porcelain,” Mr Winter said.“We were trying to push a few boundaries.”He said renovations were becoming much more common as homes built in the 1970s, 80s and 90s started to look dated and property prices continued to rise.He encouraged house hunters looking to get into the property market to start off with an older home in their price range and renovate.‘Before’ pictures of Winter’s Gold Coast home. Source: PACIFIC IMAGE GROUP.‘After’ images taken of Andrew Winter’s newly-renovated home. Source: PACIFIC IMAGE GROUP.He said it was much easier to climb the property ladder than trying to buy that dream home straight away.“That’s how I started, that’s how a lot of people started,” Mr Winter said.The 60th TV Week Logie Awards will be held at The Star Gold Coast on Sunday.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:28Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:28 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p270p270p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenAndrew Winter: Location, location, location01:29Andrew Winter is an English-born real estate property expert, TV personality and author. He is known for presenting the British TV series Selling Houses and its Australian version Selling Houses Australia. Picture Rohan Kelly.HE is no stranger to home renovations but property expert Andrew Winter’s most recent project had him thinking outside the box.It has been a year since the host of Foxtel’s Selling Houses Australia bought his Gold Coast home with wife Caroline. In between his busy filming schedule he has managed to pull off a huge renovation.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago
Norwegian vessel owner Solstad Offshore has sold one of its construction support vessels (CSV) to an undisclosed buyer.Illustration: Far Swift in rough seas off Rio de Janeiro / Author: Thomas Kloster/Flickr – Shared with permission from the photographerSolstad said on Friday that the vessel in question was the Far Swift CSV, which was sold by Farstad Supply, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company.According to the company, the delivery of the vessel to the new owner took place on Thursday, October 31.Solstad added that the sale of the vessel would have a minor positive accounting effect for the fourth quarter of 2019.The Far Swift was either idle or in lay-up since October 2018. The last contract for the vessel was with Brazilian giant Petrobras. The contract was awarded in December 2017 in the form of an extension of a previously awarded deal.As for the vessel itself, it is of a UT 755 L design built by Aker Brevik in 2003.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.
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Boys Golf results for Monday (5-8) at Jennings County. Match was played on the front 9 of St. Annes in North Vernon.Batesville vs. Jennings County Boys Golf (5-8)Team Scores: Jennings County 178, Batesville 185.Match Medalist: Tristian Lamppert-Batesville (+2) 37.Next Match: EIAC Tournament (5-13) (@ Rushville).Record: 15-17 (3-2 EIAC).Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Siefert.
For example, fentanyl was the culprit in 41 percent of accidental overdose deaths in Delray Beach, exceeding the other opiates such as heroin or oxycodone in the capacity to kill, according to the county medical examiner’s analysis. At the same time, fentanyl deaths are on the rise. The report states that the drug killed 2,348 people in our state last year, a 35 percent increase from the 1,743 people who died from it two years ago. -278 people in Palm Beach County, down from 285 in 2017.-271 people in Broward County, up from 244 in 2017.-141 people in Miami-Dade County, down from 195 in 2017. Fentanyl deaths are increasing in Florida, and more occurred in Palm Beach County last year than anywhere else in the state, according to a new report published by the state’s Medical Examiners Commission. At the height of the opioid epidemic, thousands of addicted people came to Palm Beach County to recover, lured by insurance providers but often unable to make progress. The city has seen 274 overdoses so far this year, with 37 of them being fatal. In 2018, Delray Beach had 245 overdoses, down from 625 the previous year. Subsequently, coroner’s offices became inundated with overdose cases.Two years ago, state lawmakers labeled fentanyl as a murder weapon, joining cocaine, heroin and other dangerous narcotics in that category.In addition, officials have worked to combat the situation since 2016 with the help of lawyers, health officials, police and rehab specialists. While that has reduced the backlog at the medical examiner’s office, overdoses cases remain an issue. From an overall standpoint, opioid deaths have decreased statewide, from 4,280 in 2017 to 3,727 last year. The drug, which is the latest and most powerful opioid available, has killed:
Cahir’s Tommy O’Donnell is facing another spell on the sidelines.The Munster flanker is set to see a shoulder specialist and head-coach Johann van Graan expects for him to be ‘out for a long time’.The 30 year old was plagued by injury for much of 2017.
Share Share StumbleUpon Related Articles MannBenham forms ‘specific advisory’ for transforming global gambling marketplace August 27, 2019 Sportsbet.io strengthens cryptocurrency capabilities with Litecoin integration April 16, 2019 Cloudbet makes stablecoin foray with USDT addition May 28, 2020 Submit Blockchain-technology focused BETR has adapted its decentralised betting system to give customers the opportunity to now place bets using multiple cryptocurrencies. As part of the new system changes, punters will have the option to decide which currency they wish to place a bet in. Wagers will then be stored in any one of the supported currencies, and can then mixed on both the bet history and in the underlying smart contracts.Launching the new multi-currency betting, BETR Founder Adriaan Brink commented: “Today we introduce native ETH betting – a bettor can now bet in either BETR or ETH. If you bet in ETH you will be paid winnings in ETH. Simple. And it works. Seamlessly.”Once a customer has decided upon a currency, the bet will be recorded, along with a fixed exchange rate which will be used to calculate any possible winnings. The bet will be laid against the peer-to-peer layer at the BETR amount according to this rate. From the perspective of the person laying the bet, this will be a BETR bet. Layers will always lay in BETR, and the underlying escrows will also occur in BETR. In addition to the laid bets, affiliate payouts revenue shares and the underlying liquidity pool will also remain in that currency.Brink, commenting on the possible implications of this technological innovation added: “Looking to the future, this brings an exciting addition to our platform. We are working on adding cross-chain cryptocurrencies such as EOS and LTC to the client and hope to have more news on these soon. “We are also, as a part of this change, moving to a technical architecture where we will be able to operate across multiple core systems, be it Ethereum, EOS or any other performant cryptocurrency.”
Golf star, Tiger Woods has expressed his regret about the killing of George Floyd after a police officer kneeled on his neck for close to nine minutes.Woods became the latest sports star to offer condolences to the family and loved ones of Floyd.“My heart goes out to George Floyd, his loved ones and all of us who are hurting right now,” Woods said in a statement posted on Twitter.Woods added that while he had enormous respect for the police, this incident was one that “crossed the line.”“I have always had the utmost respect for our law enforcement. They train so diligently to understand how, when and where to use force. This shocking tragedy clearly crossed that line,” he said.Floyd died after complaining that he couldn’t breathe when the arresting officer, Derek Chauvin, kneeled on his neck for a number of minutes.CNN reported that four officers at the scene were fired on Tuesday and that state and federal authorities are investigating the case.The Minneapolis Police said in a statement that their officers had been called in over an alleged forgery, arresting Floyd who was at the scene.Police said he “physically resisted” arrest when he was being handcuffed, however, footage from witnesses and from nearby cameras did not show any confrontation between Floyd and the officers.Before he knelt on Floyd’s neck, Derek Chauvin was the subject of 18 prior complaints filed against him with the Minneapolis Police Department’s Internal Affairs. Chauvin is charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in connection to the death of George Floyd. (Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office)The police added that Floyd “appeared to be suffering medical distress.” during the arrest and that he was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.Chauvin has since been charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughterThe incident has sparked protests across the US, with some turning violent.Woods addressed the riots as well stating that destroying properties was not the answer.“I remember the LA riots and learned that education is the best path forward,” he said.“We can make our points without burning the very neighborhoods that we live in, I hope that through constructive, honest conversations we can build a safer, unified society.”