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first_imgBay of Plenty Times 20 Feb 2012Residents in the Tauranga suburb of Greerton are upset they’ll soon be sharing their “family suburb” with an adult entertainment shop. A former police youth aid officer has hit back at the critics, who have condemned him for setting up Aristocrat Adult Boutique, on Chadwick Rd near Greerton Village School.…Mr McCoy said there was nothing in Aristocrat Adult Boutique that wasn’t available for sale or viewing in local DVD shops, magazine retailers, and supermarkets. Even adult toys were available in some chemists, he claimed. However, a Tauranga father, who spoke on the condition he wasn’t named, said he didn’t think it was appropriate an adult store was set up 100m away from Greerton Village School.http://www.bayofplentytimes.co.nz/news/sex-shop-moving-near-school-shocks-locals/1277714/last_img read more


first_imgTurtle Beach, a headset and gaming equipment company, will be the official audio partner for Season 3 and 4 of the Gfinity Elite Series.This means that players across the Gfinity competition in the UK, from teams such as Fnatic, UNILAD, Vitality, Hashtag United and more, will be using Turtle Beach’s Elite Pro headset and Tactical Audio Controller.Season 3 of Gfinity‘s Elite Series started on March 9th, with FIFA 18 being added to the game pool (which previously comprised of Street Fighter V and Rocket League). The regular season for the series spans over five weeks, leading up to a three-week final in which teams go head to head for the lion share of the £250,000 prize pool.Julian Woods, Managing Director, Turtle Beach EU discussed the partnership: “We aim to support esports at every level, from grass roots to pro players, and this is a core value shared by Gfinity and the Elite Series – making this partnership a perfect match. Using the best equipment is crucial to finding success in esports, and we’re extremely happy Gfinity sees our Elite Pro as the path to delivering the best possible audio experience for the Elite Series competitors.”Neville Upton, Chief Executive, Gfinity also commented: “We are delighted to announce Turtle Beach as a commercial partner for Gfinity Elite Series in 2018. The Elite Pro is the preferred choice for pro gamers, offering exceptional comfort and crisper sound that will take this year’s series to another level in performance.”Turtle Beach will also receive several sponsorship rights including ‘in-show broadcast integration with product placement and caster endorsements, social media content and inclusion in any gameplay sections of the weekly magazine style show Game On’ which is being headed up by football icon Adebayo Akinfenwa. Just yesterday we reported on Gfinity’s Elite Series being exclusively streamed on Facebook, alongside other esports competitions such as ESL One, ESL Pro League, and H1Z1 Pro League.Esports Insider says: Turtle Beach has been a staple in both casual and competitive gaming for many years now, so Gfinity has found a solid and reliable partner for its Elite Series.last_img read more


first_img0Shares0000Romelu Lukaku got both goals for Manchester United at Turf Moor © AFP / Lindsey PARNABYBURNLEY, United Kingdom, Sep 2 – Two goals from Romelu Lukaku brought Jose Mourinho a much-needed 2-0 win at Burnley on Sunday, although it was another eventful and controversial afternoon for his Manchester United side.England international Marcus Rashford, only on the field for 10 minutes as a substitute, was sent off after 70 minutes for a headbutt on Phil Bardsley who had clipped the United man’s ankles in cynical fashion. Just two minutes earlier, Mourinho had also seen Paul Pogba miss a penalty with the chance to put the visitors out of sight.But Lukaku’s first-half double was enough for a well-earned three points as United bounced back from consecutive defeats to Brighton and Tottenham that had put Mourinho under the spotlight.Lukaku opened the scoring on 26 minutes, after a period of bright and direct football from Mourinho’s team.Alexis Sanchez was recalled to Mourinho’s starting line-up and responded by setting up the opener as Lukaku rose impressively between two defenders to head the Chilean’s cross past Joe Hart.A second goal before the break looked inevitable, although it took until the final minute for it to arrive as Luke Shaw chased onto Sanchez’s back heel and into the Burnley area.The ball eventually landed with Jesse Lingard on the edge of the area and, after his shot took deflections off both Charlie Taylor and Ashley Westwood, Lukaku was well positioned to turn and sweep in from six yards.– Mourinho backed –Victory for Manchester United at Burnley eased the pressure on manager Jose Mourinho © AFP / Lindsey PARNABYIt was a rewarding first period for Mourinho and his team, not to mention the 2,400 visiting supporters at Turf Moor who showed their backing for Mourinho.In contrast, there was a demonstration by fans against the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward with a plane flown over the Lancashire ground towing a banner that read: “Ed Woodward, a specialist in failure.”It was a poignant comment from supporters who clearly blame Woodward’s lack of action in the transfer market for the club’s poor start to the season – rather than their high-profile manager.That lacklustre opening to the campaign saw United in danger of losing three of their first four league games for the first time since 1986.Mourinho, though, had looked relaxed even before kick-off, joking with officials in the tunnel and shaking hands with players from both teams as they exited the dressing rooms.And within minutes of kick-off, that confidence looked well placed as United dominated.Lingard, alone, was presented with three decent chances inside the opening nine minutes, one of which drew a slightly panicked save from Hart.Hart also saved well from Lukaku, as he and Sanchez looked to convert a three-on-two break, while his opposite number David De Gea remained a virtual spectator.The Spanish keeper was finally forced into action after 63 minutes, comfortably stopping Chris Wood’s header at the foot of his post.But that was a rare respite for Burnley who needed Hart to save from a Sanchez half-volley and to parry a fierce shot from Shaw before the late controversies.Lukaku should have claimed a hat-trick, being denied again by Hart, when clean through on goal, then actually rounding the keeper only to miss an open net under pressure from Ben Mee.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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