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Daily Archives: November 7, 2018

Engineers ditch the golf clubs to use drone to connect remote Scottish property to broadband

Engineers in Scotland have used a drone to fly broadband cable across a river for the first time to reach a remote property in a Highland glen. The Openreach team used the innovative method to reach a home on the other side of a 50-metre wide stretch of river in Glenmazeran. New armoured cable has been buried along 10km of single-track ...

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Sunderland Harriers’ trio get call-up for British and Irish Masters

Three Sunderland Harriers have been selected for the British and Irish Masters’ Cross Country international at Swansea a week on Saturday. Kevin Jeffress and Paul Merrison compete for England, while Jacqueline Etherington is in the Scotland team. Jeffress goes in the Over-35 event as does Etherington in the women’s race, while M… United Kingdom & Ireland Sports News

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Studs Up: Football must put more resources into developing indigenous talent

HOW long until Australia produces its next world-class footballer? The highly contentious FFA National Curriculum has been in play for over a decade and while it’s starting to bear fruit, the production line is not yet where it should be or was in the golden era of the late ‘80s and ‘90s. Had similar resources also been deployed into indigenous ...

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Engineers ditch the golf clubs to use drone to connect remote Scottish property to broadband

Engineers in Scotland have used a drone to fly broadband cable across a river for the first time to reach a remote property in a Highland glen. The Openreach team used the innovative method to reach a home on the other side of a 50-metre wide stretch of river in Glenmazeran. New armoured cable has been buried along 10km of single-track ...

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City should be out of the golf course business, says Calgary politician

While the city tries to re-invigorate its golf courses, one city councillor thinks the city should get out of the business altogether. On Wednesday, councillors Joe Magliocca and Sean Chu voted down a report that was presented at the community and protective services committee meeting. The report was an update on the changes being made to course operations to help with ...

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2018 Mayakoba Golf Classic picks, predictions, odds: Ranking the field in Mexico

We are finally nearing the end of PGA Tour golf season in 2018. Following last week’s Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, only two official events remain on the schedule between this week’s Mayakoba Golf Classic and next week’s RSM Classic in Georgia. After that it’s only unofficial events (mostly involving Tiger Woods) until the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii in ...

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Suwannapura up 1 shot in Blue Bay after 68

8:49 AM ET Associated Press HAINAN ISLAND, China — Two golfers from Thailand were at the top of the leaderboard after Wednesday’s first round of the Blue Bay LPGA tournament. Thidapa Suwannapura shot a 4-under 68 to lead the tournament by one shot from her compatriot Ariya Jutanugarn and Alen… www.espn.com – GOLF

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Engineers ditch the golf clubs to use drone to connect remote Scottish property to broadband

Engineers in Scotland have used a drone to fly broadband cable across a river for the first time to reach a remote property in a Highland glen. The Openreach team used the innovative method to reach a home on the other side of a 50-metre wide stretch of river in Glenmazeran. New armoured cable has been buried along 10km of single-track ...

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City should be out of the golf course business, says Calgary politician

While the city tries to re-invigorate its golf courses, one city councillor thinks the city should get out of the business altogether. On Wednesday, councillors Joe Magliocca and Sean Chu voted down a report that was presented at the community and protective services committee meeting. The report was an update on the changes being made to course operations to help with ...

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