Funding approved to fast track road upgrades in growing communities The upgrade of Annangrove Road, near the Windsor Road intersection, and Terry Road, at the proposed new Box Hill shopping centre, are a step closer.Council has been successful in securing Special Infrastructure Contribution (SIC) funding from the NSW Government for the design component for both road upgrades.The road upgrades may receive further funding for construction, subject to the completion of designs, their cost and the availability of SIC funding in future years. SICs are paid by developers to share the cost of delivering essential infrastructure required to support growing communities.Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne thanked the NSW Government for their contribution.“I want to extend my thanks to the NSW Government for supporting these essential projects,” Mayor Byrne said.“Rouse Hill and Box Hill are growing and the need for these roads is very apparent.“The upgrades will improve our road network, enhance public transport options and help connect Rouse Hill Town Centre to Box Hill Town Centre,” Mayor Byrne added.NSW Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes said SIC funding was important to support infrastructure for growing communities with the funding used for upgrades and developments across the state.“It’s important our communities have safe, reliable roads and we’re delighted to see The Hills Shire Council secure funding towards the upgrade of Annangrove Road,” said Mr Stokes.“This will enable better connections in The Hills as the area prepares for future growth – it’s exactly the critical infrastructure this funding aims to achieve.”Council has proposed to carry out the following works on Annangrove Road, between Windsor Road and The Water Lane/ Withers Road intersection at Rouse Hill, with the support of the SIC fund:Upgrade of the signalised intersection with Windsor Road, plus adjustment to signal timing and phasing;Construction of a new signalised intersection at The Water Lane and Withers Road, with provision for Bus Head Start at the signals;Relocation of utilities and provision of street lighting; and Widening the existing road reserve to accommodate the cross section for a four lane sub-arterial road.These works form part of Council’s plan to widen Annangrove Road, between Windsor Road and Edwards Road at Rouse Hill, to four lanes.Council has also proposed to carry out the following works on Terry Road, fronting the Box Hill Town Centre, with the support of the SIC fund:Raising low lying sections of the roadway up to two metres;Widen the existing road reserve to accommodate the cross section for a four lane sub-arterial standard road together with major drainage works;Relocation of utilities and provision of street lighting;Construction of a signalised intersection at Terry Road and Mason Road North; andConstruction of a pedestrian signalised intersection at Terry Road and Mason Road South (High Street).The upgrade of Terry Road, also forms part of a larger project to reconstruct and widen the road to four lanes, between Windsor Road and Mason Road North. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:council, future, Government, Hills Shire Council, infrastructure, local council, Minister, NSW, Pedestrian, planning, project, public transport, relocation, Transport, Water, Windsor
Issued by: The Office of the Prime Minister FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Jamaica has put in place administrative arrangements with the Honorary Consul of Jamaica in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, that will simplify the issuing of multiple-entry visas. Cabinet last month noted that the Honorary Cousul is now authorised to issue multiple-entry visas valid for six months to bona fide business persons from Haiti. The previous process required approval from the Ministry of National Security. The announcement was made by Minister with responsibility for Information, Telecommunications and Special Projects, Daryl Vaz at a recent Jamaica house post cabinet press briefing. The steps arise from a July 2010 decision of CARICOM heads of government as a move towards full integration of Haiti into the community. It is also aimed at encouraging increased business between the private sectors of Haiti and Jamaica. Travel for Haitian businesspersons to Jamaica now easier Office of the Prime MinisterApril 11, 2011 RelatedTravel for Haitian businesspersons to Jamaica now easier RelatedTravel for Haitian businesspersons to Jamaica now easier RelatedTravel for Haitian businesspersons to Jamaica now easier Advertisements
RelatedPM Joins Discussions on Future of WI Cricket RelatedPM Joins Discussions on Future of WI Cricket FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — Jamaica’s Prime Minister, the Hon Bruce Golding, has joined other top level CARICOM leaders in putting forward proposals to address the current state of West Indies cricket. Mr. Golding is in Trinidad and Tobago attending the Seventeenth Meeting of the Prime Ministerial Sub-Committee on Cricket (PMSC). According to the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), Mr. Golding held critical and in-depth discussions on the current state of West Indies cricket, and looked at the status of relations between the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA). The Prime Ministerial Sub-Committee reiterated that West Indies cricket belongs to the people of the region, to whom the stewardship of the game must be accountable. The sub-committee also made a number of recommendations calling for an assessment of prevailing arrangements for governance of West Indies cricket, to determine whether the best interests of the game in the region and of its people are being served. The group has also called for a revisit of the recommendations of the Final Report of the Committee on Governance of West Indies Cricket of 2007 (“the Patterson Report”) to determine the extent to which implementation could impact positively on West Indies Cricket. The Prime Ministerial committee has called for the engagement of the WICB, WIPA and other stakeholders to ascertain their respective positions regarding the charting of a collective course forward. Mr. Golding presented Jamaica’s position to the CARICOM Heads of Government on the ongoing disputes between the WICB and the West Indies Players Association (WIPA). He had raised his concerns during a recent presentation on his live radio show, Jamaica House Live. At that time, the Prime Minister expressed the view that “West Indies cricket belongs to the people, and a way has to be found to ensure that it is the people’s interest that is represented in the management of cricket and to ensure that the people who manage West Indies cricket are held accountable to the people”. Mr. Golding was also concerned that what has happened is that the cricket “has been captured by all sorts of interests”. During his visit to Trinidad, Mr Golding also attended the opening session of the third China/Caribbean Economic and Trade Co-operation forum, as well. He will return to Jamaica Wednesday (September 14). Jamaica’s Minister of Transport and Works, Hon Mike Henry, and the Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Hon Christopher Tufton, are also attending this meeting. Mr. Golding is accompanied by the Permanent Secretary in his office, Onika Miller. During his absence Deputy Prime Minister, Dr. Kenneth Baugh, has been in charge of the Government. PM Joins Discussions on Future of WI Cricket Office of the Prime MinisterSeptember 14, 2011 RelatedPrime Minister Golding Announces Cabinet Changes By Balford Henry, JIS Reporter & Editor Advertisements
EPOC Co-Chair Confident of Positive Seventh Quarter Assessment by IMFJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay RelatedCustoms Hailed For Surpassing Revenue Targets RelatedBGLC Kicks Off Town Hall Meeting Tour RelatedInter-Ministerial Committee to Oversee Poverty Alleviation Programmes Story HighlightsCo-Chair, Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC), Richard Byles, is expressing confidence that Jamaica will get a positive seventh quarter assessment from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), when it conducts its review for the October to December period.This, he says, is based on the country meeting IMF targets for two of the key performance criteria, the primary surplus and net international reserves (NIR) for the period between April and December of fiscal year 2014/15.Mr. Byles said the cumulative primary surplus for the period came out at $66.6 billion, to exceed the $66 billion target. Co-Chair, Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC), Richard Byles, is expressing confidence that Jamaica will get a positive seventh quarter assessment from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), when it conducts its review for the October to December period.This, he says, is based on the country meeting IMF targets for two of the key performance criteria, the primary surplus and net international reserves (NIR) for the period between April and December of fiscal year 2014/15.Speaking at EPOC’s monthly media briefing in New Kingston on February 5,Mr. Byles said the cumulative primary surplus for the period came out at $66.6 billion, to exceed the $66 billion target.While noting that revenue inflows declined by $9.7 billion, due to shortfalls, particularly in December, on corporate tax and general consumption tax (GCT), down $6.6 billion and $6.7 billion, respectively, Mr. Byles said inflows from PAYE and tax on interest continued to exceed budgeted targets.“The PAYE is above target by $2 billion, and that trend, we saw from earlier in the year. The tax on interest also is above target (by) $1.5 billion. The March quarter is when most, if not all, corporations have to lodge their tax returns. So, we look forward, with expectation, at what that tax number will be,” the EPOC Co-Chair said.He advised that the Ministry of Finance and Planning has agreed to EPOC’s request to ask Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) to attend the next EPOC meeting in March, “to speak about their efforts at tax compliance.”Regarding public expenditure to date, Mr. Byles said these remain below the$15.2 billion budget, despite a $2.4 billion over-expenditure in December.“(This), it was explained to us, had to do with the health sector reclassification programme, which is in its third year. So, payments were made in December on that programme,” he noted.As it relates to the NIR, Mr. Byles said this was at US$2 billion at the end of December 2014 pointed out that this is “considerably above the US$1.26 billion that was the target.”On other matters, Mr. Byles informed that net remittance inflows between January and October 2014, totalled approximately US$1.6 billion.This, he pointed out, represented a US$90.4 million or six per cent increase over the corresponding period in 2013, and the largest inflow reported by the Bank of Jamaica since 2011.Additionally, he said the trade deficit between January and October 2014, narrowed by US$143 million, or 3.8 per cent, to reach US$3.58 billion, down from US$3.72 billion the previous year.Data provided showed that merchandise imports fell by US$250 million or 4.9 per cent, to US$4.8 billion in 2014, compared to 2013. Additionally, export earnings fell by US$106 million or eight per cent, to US$1.22 billion.Other key areas highlighted by Mr. Byles included: increased cruise ship and stop- over visitor arrivals, up 12.5 and 3.6 per cent, respectively, for the calendar year; 2014 calendar year end inflation of 6.4 per cent, with the 2014/15 fiscal year-to-date figure between April and December, coming out at 4.6 per cent; and an increase of 14,000 in the number of persons employed, as at October 2014, compared to 2013, as reported by the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN).“I think that the economy is recovering and growing stronger. (In that regard) I would say we are pleased with the performance of the economy, thus far,” Mr. Byles said. Photo: JIS PhotographerCo-Chairman of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC), Richard Byles. (FILE) FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Advertisements EPOC Co-Chair Confident of Positive Seventh Quarter Assessment by IMF Finance & Public ServiceFebruary 7, 2015Written by: Douglas McIntosh
“Fortunately, the Food Bank has always been a strong non-profit in the community,” said Maher. “With 20 percent of Southeast Texans needing the hunger relief services it provides, it needs to be well resourced and well organized. We have been fortunate to add to its capacity and potential in recent years and I am honored to have been part of that. I know the Southeast Texas Food Bank and its important mission is in the good hands of a solid and dedicated staff, volunteer corps and board and its mission is respected by the community. A new leader will be well positioned and well supported in making the Food Bank an even more vital community service.” Shortly after the holidays, Dan Maher, President/CEO of the Southeast Texas Food Bank, will be leaving the food bank to accept a similar position at another Feeding America network food bank in Fredericksburg, Virginia.His impending departure after leading the organization for more than seven years has triggered an active search for new executive leadership by the Food Bank to allow for a transition in early 2021. “I originally came to Southeast Texas from Virginia. I have enjoyed the community and the challenge of leading the Southeast Texas Food Bank through a period of growth amidst several local disasters,” said Maher. “But the opportunity to again return to family roots and broader family connections is appealing at this time.”Maher originally left his role as Vice President of Development and Communications at Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas to become the Executive Director at the Food Bank in 2013. Since that time, the Food Bank’s annual food distribution has doubled, a supplemental warehouse has been purchased, new land for future expansion has been acquired, a senior-oriented feeding program has been added, and the Food Bank has engaged in community response to several natural disasters and the current pandemic. The Food Bank’s Board of Directors is moving swiftly to address the President/CEO vacancy that will exist in January. A Search Committee has recently begun accepting applications for the position, tapping into local resources for possible candidates, as well as promoting the opening via the statewide and national networks the Southeast Texas Food Bank participates in.“The Food Bank has been highly responsive and expanded its community engagement under Dan’s leadership and the Board is grateful for that impact,” said Southeast Texas Food Bank Board Chair Jeff Oliverio. “We expect to continue growing that impact under new leadership and look forward to the bright possibilities for improving food access in Southeast Texas that the future holds.”
The first business adventure tourism fair “International Adventure Expo” will be held in Zagreb from 11 to 13 March 2016. This is the first such event in Europe, which aims to bring together providers of adventure and diving tourism, travel agencies and tour operators from Europe and the United States.The International Adventure Expo fair is exclusively of a business nature and provides companies from the adventure tourism segment with the opportunity to present their products with the aim of securing potential markets and clients. In addition to numerous B2B meetings, several workshops and conferences will be held during the fair, the central themes of which are increasing sales and improving marketing skills, and the conferences will be led by well-known experts in sales and marketing. “Croatia is rich in natural resources and beauties and has an extremely great potential for the development of adventure and diving tourism, which is of great importance for enriching the overall tourist offer of the Republic of Croatia. The importance of these forms of tourism has been recognized through the Tourism Development Strategy in the Republic of Croatia until 2020, and I believe that the International Adventure Expo will give its contribution to strengthening the development of Croatian tourism.”, Said Tino Prosenik, director of Jadranski skiperi dooThe International Adventure Expo Fair will be held from 11 to 13 March 2016 in the Zagreb Arena, and all additional information about the fair and participation can be found at www.internationaladventureexpo.com
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInDumfries and Galloway Council’s Covid19 sub-committee [12.06.20] will consider a report that updates elected members on the initial planning for the Education Phasing Recovery Plan.The report includes the assumption that all clusters prepare their plans based on existing staff models and have been asked to consider the costs of delivering 3 days a week for all children, P1 to S6, along with supported home learning.Members will be asked to:Note the progress of the Education Phasing Recovery Plan, based on the assumption that headteachers plan class composition based on Scottish Government guidance on school capacities and existing staffing;Agree that in school recovery plans, headteachers quantify additional staffing costs to maximise in-school attendance for pupils s part of blended learning from 12 August;Note that the planning principles and arrangements for the Education Phased Recovery Plan will be submitted to Full Council following peer review by Education Scotland colleagues.Council Leader Elaine Murray said: “We continue to receive guidance from the Scottish Government, Health Protection Scotland and other organisations to support the phased reopening of our schools. Education and the best possible start in life for our young people continue to be priorities for our Council. Services across our Council have worked tirelessly during the Covid-19 emergency to support young people. We are now working flat out on delivering a our Education Phased Recovery Plan.Depute Leader Rob Davidson said: “The Scottish Government’s announcement in May of a route map out of the Covid-19 crisis enables us to plan and establish a framework for a return to early learning and school buildings. We have drawn up a local phasing pathway, recognising that progress in each phase entirely depends on the Covid-19 situation in our communities and the latest advice from the Scottish Government.”
PSC golf Bunker Boys @ The RanchMonday, March 4, Bangpra – StablefordAn unpleasant surprise greeted us on arrival at Bangpra when we found we had no booking – and had in fact arrived a week early! Following hasty negotiations with the management and starter, they agreed to fit our 30 golfers in, if we could tee off immediately (30 minutes ahead of our normal time) and we may have to split the groups to start off the first and tenth tees. The first group duly rushed to the first tee and set off to find they had an empty course ahead of them, and eventually all eight groups got away off the same tee, as the starter shepherded a group of Koreans to the tenth. After such an inauspicious start, the day turned out perfectly as the course was in great shape, the weather was cool, and the greens were slightly slower than on our previous visit.Geoff presents the KPK voucher to medal competition winner Mark West (right).The first groups were back in the clubhouse in under four hours and everyone commented on the successful outcome of another day of millionaire’s golf. Several players took the opportunity to thank the starter at the end of the round, he always looks after us well, but today he excelled himself.February’s Golfer of the Month, Gez Williams continued his good run of form, producing the best score of the day, to win the A Flight ahead of Tore Eliassen. Mike Corner was playing his last game before returning to the U.K. and went out on a high note by playing to his handicap winning the B Flight in the process.A Flight1st Gez Williams (15) 37pts2nd Tore Eliassen (16) 36pts3rd Colin Greig (10) 34ptsB Flight1st Mike Corner (19) 36pts2nd Neil Griffin (26) 33pts3rd Raleigh Gosney (18) 33ptsNear Pins: John Hughes, Lee Butler, Mark West, and Jerry Waselenkoff.Least Putts: Mike Grasser (28 putts)Wednesday, March 6, Greenwood C&B – MedalWe had a smaller field of golfers today for our first medal competition of the month, once again generously sponsored by KPK Foods. The first tee was clear and we tee’d off without delay, with no groups in sight ahead of us.The course was in good shape and the weather was bright and breezy so everything was perfect for another enjoyable day of golf. The round progressed smoothly but the breeze, particularly on the outward C nine was making the course play longer than normal, and this probably accounts for the moderate scores.No one played to their handicap on the day, but Mark West was the best of the field, probably due to the fact he also won the least putts competition. Gordon Melia deserves a special mention for overcoming the putting yips which have plagued him for the last couple of years, and came in second place in the putting competition, taking only 29 putts – this from a man who has been known in the past to miss 6 inch putts on a regular basis!1st Mark West (14) net 742nd Gordon Melia (20) net 753rd Dave Ashman (14) net 774th Geoff Parker (12) net 78Near Pins: Tony Messenger and Gordon Melia (2).Least Putts: Mark West (28 putts)Friday, March 8, Pattana A&B – StablefordWe elected to play off the white tees today (not a popular decision with everyone!), which with a course distance of over 6,900 yards is considerably longer than we normally play. The combination of A and B courses include probably the two most difficult par 4’s in the area, and all the greens are tricky here, so it was no surprise that the scores were moderate at best, and the course was undoubtedly the winner on the day.The course was quiet, and the round progressed smoothly, although some players were taking many more shots than they would normally expect! John Hughes was playing his final game before returning to U.K., but failed to go out on a high note as the longer course took it’s toll, and he was heard to comment that it will be good to get back to playing a 6,000 yard course – even in the cold weather!Only one flight today, and Tore Eliassen produced the winning score ahead of Geoff Parker and Jerry Waselenkoff, two points behind. Colin Greig and Lee Butler tied the least putts competition, which was made more difficult than usual due to the fact that the greens on the two nines were completely different, both in texture and speed.1st Tore Eliassen (16) 33pts2nd Geoff Parker (12) 31pts3rd Jerry Waselenkoff (18) 31pts4th Lee Butler (16) 30ptsNear Pins: Geoff Parker, Jerry Waselenkoff and PJ Redmond.Least Putts: Lee Butler and Colin Greig (32)Note: The Bunker Boys are a PSC affiliated golf society, who now play out of The Ranch bar on Pattaya 3rd Road (in front of the fire station, and almost opposite the Buffalo Bar). We play three times per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, so if you enjoy a fun day out, and a friendly but competitive golf competition why not come and join us.We meet at The Ranch at 9 a.m. for breakfast and transportation, and new players are always welcome. Contact Buff on 086 046 5091 or 080 605 5663 for all enquiries. You can find all the news, schedules and results on our website at www.bunkersociety.com.
But Pogba’s feathery cross teed up Anthony Martial to head in a 37th-minute equaliser and after Chris Smalling had headed the hosts in front, Pogba tapped in Marcus Rashford’s cushioned header early in the second half. AFP At Leicester, Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne struck fine goals as ruthless Manchester City registered a 16th successive victory in all competitions. Upd. at 21:14 Romelu Lukaku added a fourth, swapping passes with Juan Mata and thrashing home to end a seven-game goal drought. City captain Vincent Kompany made his first league start since August following his latest calf injury. James McArthur’s opener after 51 seconds was cancelled out by a Leighton Baines penalty and although Wilfried Zaha restored Palace’s lead, Oumar Niasse levelled again on the cusp of half-time. A slip by Victor Lindelof enabled Dwight Gayle to put Newcastle ahead in the 14th minute with the first league goal United had conceded at Old Trafford since April. IN SPORT.ES “We can only play Manchester City twice in a season,” United manager Mourinho told BT Sport. “They had the urgency, the desire and the focus,” Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said of his players. United remain second, a point above Chelsea, who climbed above Tottenham into third place courtesy of a 4-0 success at West Bromwich Albion. “In those games, we will try to take points. Outside of those fixtures, we are not in control.” But in a major blow for the visitors, Guardiola said fellow centre-back John Stones was facing “four to six weeks” out after being forced off in the first half with a hamstring problem. El United golea en el retorno de Ibra y Pogba Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah scored two first-half goals — the first a magnificent curler — to become the Premier League’s leading scorer on nine goals, with Philippe Coutinho adding a third. Quick-fire first-half goals by Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez earned Arsenal a richly deserved victory over arch rivals Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium. Paul Pogba marked his comeback with a goal and an assist as Manchester United fought back to beat Newcastle United 4-1 on Saturday and stay on Manchester City’s tail. Bottom club Crystal Palace were twice pegged back in a lively 2-2 home draw with Everton, for whom David Unsworth remains in charge on a caretaker basis. Jesus finished off a slick move shortly before half-time and De Bruyne made it 2-0 early in the second half with a blistering left-foot shot into the top-left corner. Sidelined since mid-September with a hamstring injury, France midfielder Pogba made a decisive return as Jose Mourinho’s side restored the eight-point gap that separates them from Premier League leaders City. Eden Hazard scored twice and had a hand in Alvaro Morata’s 17th-minute opener, with Marcos Alonso also on target. CET Ibra fue muy ovacionado al entrar por Martial | AFP “It is complicated to defend against Leicester, but we did really well. We did not concede one chance in 90 minutes,” Guardiola told the BBC. Chelsea piled the pressure on West Brom manager Tony Pulis with a breezy 4-0 win at The Hawthorns, where Antonio Conte’s side secured the title last season. “In a derby like that, that plays a part. We didn’t lose the defensive focus for 90 minutes.” 18/11/2017 Callum Wilson netted a hat-trick and Harry Arter also found the net as Bournemouth belied the dismissal of defender Simon Francis to beat Huddersfield Town 4-0 and move clear of the relegation zone. “The return of the injured players was nice, especially in Zlatan’s case, after such a dramatic injury,” said Mourinho. “To see him back was a great emotion.” “I’m disappointed because the small details were against us, which makes it difficult to win,” Pochettino told Sky Sports. Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino felt, with justification, that the free-kick that led to Mustafi’s goal should not have been awarded and that Mustafi had been offside from Mesut Ozil’s cross. Liverpool remain fifth, above sixth-place Arsenal on goal difference, after a routine 3-0 home win over Southampton at Anfield. “We continue with our good rhythm in terms of points and the way we play.” High-flying Burnley also sit on 22 points after Jack Cork and Ashley Barnes scored in a 2-0 home win over second-bottom Swansea City. – Salah top scorer – In addition to Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic received a rapturous reception from United’s fans when he came on as a substitute following his recovery from a serious knee injury. Pep Guardiola’s City had earlier prevailed 2-0 at Leicester City and there were also wins for champions Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal, who beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in the north London derby.
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