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  • Additional Security Measures in Effect at Province House

    first_imgAdditional security measures will go into effect when the second session of the 62nd general assembly resumes Thursday, March 26. “The safety and security of all staff, members and the public is very important,” said Kevin Murphy, Speaker of the House of Assembly. “We want ensure that all Nova Scotians and visitors feel safe while at Province House.” All visitors to Province House will be required to: check in at the commissionaire’s desk located at the Hollis Street entrance submit a valid photo ID (driver’s licence, passport, or other form of ID), which will be kept in a secure location by the commissionaire. A guest pass will be issued. check all bags at the commissionaire’s desk. Bags will be stored securely with an identification tag. Visitors will use that tag for pickup when they leave pass through a metal detector wear a guest badge, which must be visible at all times Government employees and media will have to go through the metal detector and have purses and bags scanned. Bags not needed for work purposes must be checked at the commissionaire’s desk. Province House identification passes must be worn and visible at all times. For the full list of procedures while visiting Province House go to nslegislature.ca/index.php/get-involved/visiting/ . -30-last_img read more

  • SG Flensburg wins in Denmark – THW Kiel beat Wisla Plock

    1. THW Kiel7601214:191(23)12 German SG Flensburg made a big step to the two leading position at the end of the Preliminary Group at VELUX EHF CL by win in Denmark against Aalborg 27:26.Aalborg Handball – SG Flensburg-Handewitt 26:27 (13:14)Aalborg Handball: Kappelin (21/2 saves) – Pedersen, Slundt (4), Krejberg, Tvedten (6/1), Hald, Bagersted (3), Mensah Larsen (4), Mork, Bugge (2), Jakobsson (6), C. Jensen (1), Barud, HolmenSG Flensburg-Handewitt: Andersson (15 saves) – Karlsson, Nenadic (6), Eggert, Glandorf (7), Mogensen (7), Svan (1), Weinhold (1(1), Wanne (1), Gustafsson (1), Radivojevic, Knudsen (3)Result: 1:1 (3.), 2:3 (7.), 4:4 (10.), 8:4 (15.), 9:5 (16.), 10:6 (17.), 10:9 (20.), 11:11 (23.), 13:12 (27.) – 15:14 (32.), 16:15 (33.), 16:18 (35.), 17:20 (41.), 19:21 (44.), 19:23 (47.), 20:24 (49.), 21:25 (52.), 24:25 (55.), 26:26 (59.)STANDINGS: 2. SG Flensburg-Handewitt7511216:199(17)11 6. HK DROTT Halmstad7016206:258(-52)1 1. HSV Hamburg7601231:193(38)12 5. Naturhouse La Rioja7124204:226(-22)4 THW Kiel used the chance to get back to the first place in the Group with win over Polish Orlen Wisla Plock 34:25 (16:11).THW: Sjostrand, Palicka – Sigurdsson 2, Sprenger 3, Ekberg 1, Klein 2, Toft Hansen 3, Wiencek 1, Zeitz 1, Jallouz 1, Palmarsson 8, Jicha 6/4, Vujin 6.Wisła: Sego, Wichary – Wiśniewski 3, Zrnić, Góralski, Nikcević 1, Kwiatkowski, Toromanović 4, Nenadić 9/2, Kavas 2, Piechowski, Lijewski 5, Eklemović 1, Milas.STANDINGS: 6. Dunkerque HB Grand Littora…7106163:185(-22)2 3. Aalborg Handball7403209:184(25)8 2. KIF Kolding Kobenhavn7502173:165(8)10 3. KS Vive Targi Kielce7403206:188(18)8 4. RK Gorenje Velenje7304227:233(-6)6 5. FC Porto Vitalis7205161:188(-27)4 4. Orlen Wisla Plock7304188:188(0)6 ← Previous Story Carlos Ortega after Russians: I am not satisfied with attack Next Story → Berlin to host the 2014 EHF Cup Finals! aalborghandballSG FlensburgTHW KielWisla Plock read more