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NRL Live Scores: Gold Coast Titans vs Warriors start time, results, news for 2020 round 9 – Wide World of Sports

‘I hope he can forget about that’

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The Warriors are aiming for their  first back-to-back wins since last May and look more upbeat since their somber start to Todd Payten’s tenure in their loss against the Storm.
Rookie coach Payten had his maiden win over the Broncos last week in a morale-lifting victory and will have extra fire-power with captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck returning from a one-game suspension to fullback with Peta Hiku shifting to centre.
Tuivasa-Sheck has always had stand-out performances against the Titans and has scored a try for the Warriors five out of the past six games against the Queensland club.
If the Warriors can beat the Titans it will be their fourth win in seven matches since the comp restarted in late May and will no doubt keep them in touch with the top eight, even though their for/against is a bit rough.
The Titans shot themselves in the foot against the Sharks last week and could have walked away with the two points.
They have an abysmal record at Cbus Super Stadium, their home ground, losing their past 10 matches at the venue.
The Kiwis confirmed they’ll wear their “Bush Shirt” jersey for Friday night’s clash. The jerseys have caused a stir with fans in the past and the club acknowledged its left field choice in a statement.
“When the ‘bush shirt’ surfaced November last year it’s mere existence rocked the very foundations of society,” the club said.
“Stunned by the sheer greatness of the jersey fans soon took to Twitter to share of its beauty, likening the jersey to the amazing picnic blanket, the great Humphrey B. Bear and even the trustworthy tea towel.
“With everything that has happened in 2020 the Bush Shirt has been resurrected to bring some joy to the world.”

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Detectives investigating an explosion which damaged two parked cars at Nowra last year, have charged a man.

Around 9pm on Wednesday 3 July 2019, two homemade improvised explosive devices were thrown onto the windscreens of two vehicles parked in the driveway of a Nowra home.

Both vehicles sustained minor damage to the front windscreen and bonnet area.

No one was injured as a result of the explosions.

Officers from South Coast Police District and the Rescue and Bomb Disposal Unit attended and commenced an investigation.

A crime scene was established, and a number of items were seized for forensic examination.

Strike Force Keele – which comprised detectives from the South Coast Police District – was formed to investigate the circumstances of the incident.

Following extensive inquiries, detectives arrested a 24-year-old man at Nowra Police Station about 7.30pm yesterday (Friday 14 August 2020).

The man was charged with damaging property by fire/explosion and possession, supply or making of explosives.

He was refused bail and will appear before Nowra Local Court later this morning (Saturday 15 August 2020).

Inquiries are continuing.



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Radiative Cooling Process Makes Electrical power at Nighttime – Aviation Analysis Wing

Composed by AZoOpticsAug 14 2020 An off-grid and reduced-price tag modular electricity supply developed by Stanford researchers can competently make

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An off-grid and reduced-price tag modular electricity supply developed by Stanford researchers can competently make ability even at night.
Researchers have created an off-grid, low-price tag modular energy resource that uses radiative cooling to competently create electricity for lighting at night time. Impression Credit history: Lingling Fan and Wei Li, Stanford University.
The impressive system employs technological know-how that is conveniently obtainable i…

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NASA and SpaceX target October 23 for first operational astronaut launch – Yahoo Finance Australia

NASA and SpaceX have set a specific target date for Crew-1, the first operational crewed mission for SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft. Crew-1 will carry astronauts Shannon Walker, Victor Oliver, Mike Hopkins and Soichi Noguchi to the International Space St…

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NASA and SpaceX have set a specific target date for Crew-1, the first operational crewed mission for SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft. Crew-1 will carry astronauts Shannon Walker, Victor Oliver, Mike Hopkins and Soichi Noguchi to the International Space Station, and will mark the first regular service mission of the Dragon spacecraft following its certification at the conclusion of its development and testing program.
Crew Dragon’s final major milestone in that process was Demo-2, the mission la…

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