Hydro-Quebec reports huge drop in scrap metal theft rates

February 8th 2016 Hydro-Quebec has reported huge drop in metal theft at its facilities during the past year. The estimated loss due scrap metal theft incidents during the year amounted to at least $1.4 million. scrapmonster.com/news/hydro-quebec-reports-huge-drop-in-scrap-metal-theft-rates/1/61972


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‘Scrap FIFA and start again’, says Lord Triesman

Triesman has been a long-term critic of the world governing body and made allegations of ‘improper and unethical’ behaviour by four FIFA members in the House of Commons in 2011.

The 72-year-old, who resigned from his FA and World Cup 2018 bid posts in 2010, says he doubts the capacity of any of the current FIFA presidential candidates to change a “deep-seated culture” of corruption.

He told Sky Sports News HQ: “I don’t think they’ve achieved any reforms yet. They keep saying they’re on the way but I’ve heard that quite a number of times in the past.

“It’s a very deep-seated culture, and a very bad one, and it takes a lot of eradicating. My feeling is that it would be better to tear the model up and start again.

“My suspicion is that it’s in terminal decline as an organisation – too many people know the truth about it.  skysports.com/football/news/11095/10162003/scrap-fifa-and-start-again-says-lord-triesman


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Scrap Yard Worker Killed by Military Bomb Blast ID’d

Tucson police have identified the metal worker who was killed when high explosive inside a military bomb he was cutting into detonated Wednesday.

Daniel Wright, 46, was using a torch to cut through a piece of metal that turned out to be a MK-82 general purpose bomb at Tucson Iron and Metal when it exploded at around 12:15 p.m. (3:15 p.m. ET), Tucson police said. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/scrap-yard-worker-killed-military-bomb-blast-idd-n433301

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Rugby chiefs scrap fancy dress theme for London Sevens tournament

 Rugby’s London sevens tournament has traditionally been a riot of colour and fancy dress with spectators dressed up as anything from Darth Vadar to Buzz Lightyear.

However, next year’s event looks likely to be a more staid affair after rugby chiefs scrapped the fancy dress theme following complaints from Twickenham residents about unsocial behaviour.

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) said in a letter to local residents: “At the RFU we take our relationship with the local community very seriously.

“We listened to all the feedback and believe this is the right direction for next year’s tournament. We will promote the event as a family friendly rugby event across both days.” http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/11890233/Rugby-chiefs-scrap-fancy-dress-theme-for-London-Sevens-tournament.html

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