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North Shore Sydney conference venue able to facilitate big events

Conferences and functions are important events and require to be catered for with precision or the event could end up a disaster. To ensure that a conference or function runs smoothly and everything goes according to plan, good understanding of project management is imperative. International conferences nowadays are more popular, and many people attend these conferences from around the globe. There are a number of factors to consider before finding a conference or function venue and good reasons why you should choose the venue in the North Shore Sydney. For instance if you choose an international convention centre that is able to facilitate big events, bear in mind that this will be very costly. However, to find a substitute in North Shore Sydney, you will find a list of venues online.

When it comes to conference venues, conference organizers are far more open to unique venues such as the North Shore Sydney Conference venues and function rooms. One needs to have a little innovation when planning an event or conference. North Shore Sydney provides art galleries, museums, outdoor space and other unique conference venues as well as Christmas party venues. When planning a function or conference you need to find a balance between fun and serious stuff in order not to end up with stressed participants and focus on the main objectives. Even though this may seem like a huge task all these factors need to be taken into consideration when deciding on the right North Shore Sydney conference or function facility. North Shore Sydney offers a wide range of amenities, styles and prices to suit the occasion. Having a clear perspective of your expectations and requirements with regards to the event will help you to narrow your venue choices down. For instance if you are hosting a trade show, you will require a large facility. A simple business conference will require smaller and a less costly venue. The venue providers should be able to take care of all you requirements as well as make sure the venue is cleaned up at the end of the day.

It is also important to view the venue to see if it will suit the occasion and that the venue can accommodate everyone that has returned their RSVP’s and a few extra for those that may book at the last minute. The venue you choose in North Shore Sydney should be accessible to everyone, and for those conferencing from other countries will also require accommodation. Some venues in North Shore Sydney provide catering facilities and accommodation. In order to ensure that everyone is able to attend the function or conference the cost of the venue is very important.

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North Shore Sydney conference venue able to facilitate big events

Conferences and functions are important events and require to be catered for with precision or the event could end up a disaster. To ensure that a conference or function runs smoothly and everything goes according to plan, good understanding of project management is imperative. International conferences nowadays are more popular, and many people attend these conferences from around the globe. There are a number of factors to consider before finding a conference or function venue and good reasons why you should choose the venue in the North Shore Sydney. For instance if you choose an international convention centre that is able to facilitate big events, bear in mind that this will be very costly. However, to find a substitute in North Shore Sydney, you will find a list of venues online.

When it comes to conference venues, conference organizers are far more open to unique venues such as the North Shore Sydney Conference venues and function rooms. One needs to have a little innovation when planning an event or conference. North Shore Sydney provides art galleries, museums, outdoor space and other unique conference venues as well as Christmas party venues. When planning a function or conference you need to find a balance between fun and serious stuff in order not to end up with stressed participants and focus on the main objectives. Even though this may seem like a huge task all these factors need to be taken into consideration when deciding on the right North Shore Sydney conference or function facility. North Shore Sydney offers a wide range of amenities, styles and prices to suit the occasion. Having a clear perspective of your expectations and requirements with regards to the event will help you to narrow your venue choices down. For instance if you are hosting a trade show, you will require a large facility. A simple business conference will require smaller and a less costly venue. The venue providers should be able to take care of all you requirements as well as make sure the venue is cleaned up at the end of the day.

It is also important to view the venue to see if it will suit the occasion and that the venue can accommodate everyone that has returned their RSVP’s and a few extra for those that may book at the last minute. The venue you choose in North Shore Sydney should be accessible to everyone, and for those conferencing from other countries will also require accommodation. Some venues in North Shore Sydney provide catering facilities and accommodation. In order to ensure that everyone is able to attend the function or conference the cost of the venue is very important.

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A Quick Glance At AFC North Around NFL

This article will discuss about the AFC North, or America’s Most Wanted on the ranks of professional football. The division is sure to serve up at least a criminal a week, from Ben Roethlisburger to Cedric Benson and Pacman Jones. No matter how many illegal off-field actions they have, this article will break the teams down piece by piece. Here is the break down of the division:

 

(#x = Last year’s rankings)

 

1) Baltimore Ravens 10-6
Quarterback: Joe Flacco (#14), Mark Bulger (#30)
Running Back: Ray Rice (#3), Willis McGahee (#17),
Wide Receivers: Derrick Mason (#23), Anquan Boldin (#38), Mark Clayton (#73)
Tight Ends: Todd Heap (#7)
QB Protection: #21
Rush Protection: #4
Sacks (on opponent): #20
Run Defense: #1
Pass Defense: #9
Key Additions: WR Anquan Boldin (#38), WR Derrick Mason (#23), QB Mark Bulger (#30)
Key Losses: DT Justin Bannan, DE Dwan Edwards
Notes: Baltimore quietly had the best offseason they could hope for, keeping all of the pieces that led them past the Patriots and into the divisional playoffs. In addition, they added much-needed support at QB, and two quality receivers to back Joe Flacco up… Rice and McGahee are the third best RB combo in the NFL, behind Carolina’s Stewart and Williams, and Miami’s Williams and Brown… The hiring of Jim Zorn as QB coach was a fantastic move; he was instrumental in fine-tuning the mechanics of both Charlie Batch and Matt Hasselbeck.

 

2) Cincinnati Bengals 8-8
Quarterback: Carson Palmer (#15)
Running Back: Cedric Benson (#14)
Wide Receivers: Chad Ochocinco (#15), Andre Caldwell (#60), Antonio Bryant (#66), Terrell Owens (#70)
Tight Ends: Jermaine Gresham (N/A)
QB Protection: #11
Rush Protection: #22
Sacks (on opponent): #18
Run Defense: #7
Pass Defense: #6
Key Additions: WR Antonio Bryant (#66), CB Pacman Jones
Key Losses: WR Laveranues Coles (#44), K Shayne Graham
Notes: This team is remarkably average for a team that made the playoffs last year… Teams don’t win by being mediocre at everything; one facet of this team needs to stand out, whether it be running, passing, or smashmouth defense… Nobody leave Pacman Jones (vandalism, assault with a deadly weapon, public intoxication) near Cedric Benson (DWI, resisting arrest)… Is it just me, or are those orange alternate jerseys looking more like prison jumpsuits? Just a thought.

 

3) Pittsburgh Steelers 8-8
Quarterback: Ben Roethlisburger (#8), Byron Leftwich (#24)
Running Back: Rashard Mendenhall (#25)
Wide Receivers: Hines Ward (#9), Mike Wallace (#16), Antwaan Randle El (#51)
Tight Ends: Heath Miller (#8)
QB Protection: #30
Rush Protection: #18
Sacks (on opponent): #3
Run Defense: #5
Pass Defense: #15
Key Additions: QB Byron Leftwich (#24), WR Antwaan Randle El (#51), CB Bryant McFadden
Key Losses: WR Santonio Holmes (#10), RB Willie Parker (N/A), G Darnell Stapleton
Notes: Maybe Roethlisburger’s legal problems can be traced back to all the hits to the head he takes behind this AWFUL offensive line?… No team lost more this off-season: Holmes will be impossible to replace, as will Roethlisburger (for the beginning of the year)… With their offense on the decline, the Steelers must return to the form that netted them the Super Bowl: Blitzburg…. Expect the Steelers passing game to fail without a valid run game to back it up (also, as long as the O-line lays over and plays dead).

4) Cleveland Browns 5-11
Quarterback: Seneca Wallace (#26), Jake Delhomme (#33)
Running Back: Jerome Harrison (#28)
Wide Receivers: Chansi Stuckey (#85), Josh Cribbs (N/A), Mohamed Massaquoi (N/A)
Tight Ends: Ben Watson (#10), Robert Royal (#33)
QB Protection: #17
Rush Protection: #17
Sacks (on opponent): #7
Run Defense: #29
Pass Defense: #28
Key Additions: QB Jake Delhomme (#33), QB Seneca Wallace (#26), TE Ben Watson (#10)
Key Losses: QB Derek Anderson (#42), QB Brady Quinn (#31), RB Jamal Lewis (#41)
Notes: While more attention has been payed to the passer overhaul, one has to wonder: Who exactly will they pass to?… Ben Watson is the most promising player here, but when’s the last time Belichick let a quality player go?… Jake Delhomme made the biggest switch in recent memory, from Carolina’s high-flying offense to the plane wreck that are the Browns… I had high hopes for Colt McCoy, but he better hope for a trade if he wants to fulfill his immense potential as a QB.

 

More to come!

 

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NFL ? NFC North Division Review

The irregular season from Minnesota is the only surprise in the Division, since Green Bay is going through another winning season, Chicago hangs in second, and Detroit repeats the same mistakes from the previous season.

With an 11-5 on the regular season the Green Bay Packers clinched wild card, but saw their Super Bowl aspirations crushed by the Arizona Cardinals 45-51 in the Wild Card Round.  The Packers became the second team (Chicago with 693 was first) in NFL history to surpassed 650 regular-season wins, finishing with 654. Wide receiver Donald Driver had a great season setting records in the Packers history with 647 receptions and six consecutive 1,000 yard season that entitle him as the highest in both categories. Running back Ahman Green went after Pro Football Hall Of Famer Jim Taylor’s 8,207 rushing yards record, and set a new franchise record with 8,322. And for the second consecutive season and first time in NFL history the team had a 4,000 yard passer, two 1,000 yard receivers and a 1,200 yard rusher. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, wide receivers Greg Jennings and Donald Driver, and running back Ryan Grant were responsible for this respectively.

The Packers are in their 2010 Bye Week enjoying the first place (6-3) of the NFC North, and will be back on the road to visit the Minnesota Vikings, a team against which they began their 3 win strike on Week 7. Aaron Rogers is following the last two seasons line, and has already 2,300 yards for 15 touchdowns. Greg Jennings is also doing his thing, and has already surpassed the 4 touchdowns from last season with 6, and is coming closer the 1,000 yards with 551.

The Chicago Bears finished the 2009 season 7-9, in a year that will be hardly forgotten by quarterback Jay Cutler, who signed some records in franchise history: he was the first Bear QB with 4 touchdown passes in back-to-back games, and also the first since 1970 with a 100+ passer rating. Added to that he is second in team history in passing yards with 3,666 and third in passing touchdowns with 27. For the rookies Johnny Know tied Walter Payton’s record of 4 consecutives games scoring one touchdown. And for the tight ends Greg Olsen’s 60 receptions and 8 touchdowns put him in second place for a TE in the Bears history.

At mid season of 2010 things are looking better if compared to last year’s end of the season performance. With a 5-3 record the Bears are holding on to the second place of the Division, one victory away from the leader Tampa Bay, that has one more game. On Sunday they will receive division rival Minnesota (3-5), a chance to clinch the first place of the NFC North, as Green Bay will be on Bye Week. Inconsistency is what quarterback Jay Cutler has found in his receivers, still he has been able to throw 128 of 211 for 1,671 yards and 9 touchdowns. Hopefully for him and the franchise they will be able solve this problem in the offensive line and perform better.

The Minnesota Vikings closed the 2009 season (12-4) at the gates of the Super Bowl, falling only 4 points short from it. The NFC Championship Round was lost 28-31 to the New Orleans Saints, team that ended up winning the title. Still the Vikings clinched their back-to-back division titles for the first time since 1977-78. Some of the franchise records set during the season where: quarterback Brett Favre’s 100+ passer rating in 10 games, running back Adrian Peterson’s 18 touchdowns in a single season and tight end Visanthe Shiancoe’s 11 touchdowns, which are the most for a TE. For the rookies wide receiver Percy Harvin’s 2,081 combined yards and 60 receptions also set a team rookie record.

Having more defeats after 9 weeks than the total for 2009 is a clear sign that things are not coming out as easy as they did last year. In 2010 they had a 3-5 record that relegated them to the third position of the NFC North standings. They will be facing division rivals Chicago on Sunday, a team that occupies the second place.  The Vikings haven’t been able to win two games in a row so far in the season and are winless on the road. A win against the Bears would get rid of those numbers and come closer to the second place. As it is usual the top performers from the Vikings are being Brett Favre with 1,896 passer yards for 9 touchdowns, and Adrian Peterson with 857 yards for 7 touchdowns.

The Detroit Lions were swept 0-5 in the last games of the 2009 season, and finished 2-14 in the year. Despite the team’s performance wide receiver Calvin Johnson set a new franchise record with his career 3,081 receiving yards and 193 receptions in his first 3 seasons with the Lions. That is the most for any Lion during the first 3 seasons. And rookie quarterback Matthew Stafford’s five touchdown passes in a single-game tied Ray Buivid’s 1937 record for a rookie.

Detroit began the 2010 season with the inertia from the last year’s ending and lost 4 in a row. No wonder why they are last in the Division. They will need to make the best out of the last 8 games of the season, starting on Sunday at Buffalo, where they will take the winless Bills, a good occasion to recover from the over time home defeat 23-20 versus the New York Jets.

Andrew Hill is a high-ranking sports writer, currently writing reviews on the NFL for the sports betting industry. Feel free to reprint this article in its entirety on your site, making sure to leave all links in place and do not modify any of the content.

NFL ? AFC North Division review

Four teams for two scenarios: the leaders Baltimore and Pittsburgh are 5-2 while Cleveland and Cincinnati had the same numbers, but flipped around for a 2-5 that relegates them to the bottom. 

The 2009 regular season wasn’t outstanding for the Baltimore Ravens (9-7), but it was good enough qualify for the AFC Wild Card Round, where they played New England and advanced to the next round with a 33-14 win. In the Divisional Round Indianapolis was too much for them, and ended their season with a 3-20 defeat. Quarterback Joe Flacco, running back Ray Rice and wide receiver Derrick Mason where the high points of the team, completing over: 3,000 passing yards, 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards respectively. Running back Willis Mc Gahee  also performed at a high level, tying the 14 touchdown franchise record from Michael Jackson in and Ray Lewis in 2003. 

With Week 8 completed, some of the players that were distinguished among their teammates last season are averaging numbers that insinuate that those stats will be repeated. For example Flacco has 1651 passing yards already and Rice has 523 rushing yards so far. If the Ravens want to improve last year’s performance they are going to need to reach the Divisional Round and win their way into the AFC Championship Round. They will be returning to action this coming Sunday against Miami –winless at home- after Bye Week, to hopefully continue with the good pace that has them as the division leaders.

The 2009 season was extremely positive for the Cincinnati Bengals, that not only recovered from a deceiving 2008 that ended with a 4-11 record, but also because they reached 10 victories (10-6), something that didn’t happen since 2005, and that served them to clinched division. Unfortunately all things come to an end, and theirs came in the AFC Wild Card Round against N.Y. Jets with a 24-14 defeat. On the individual highlights, wide receiver Chad Ochocinco ended one touchdown behind the franchise record that Carl Pickens holds with 63. And he also extended the franchise records for receptions and receiving yards to 684 and 9,952 respectively. While running back Cedric Benson rushed 1,251 yards, becoming the fourth player in the Bengals’ history to rush for 1,200+ yards.

This year Cincinnati is far from last year’s stats and occupies the last place of the Division with five games lost, and just two wins. The situation is not promissory for the Bengals. The team has a 4 lost-game strike that could soon be a 5 consecutive defeat situation as they play the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-2) on Monday Night Football. Quarterback Carson Palmer’s 1855 passing yards for 12 touchdowns have not been enough to improve the team’s performance. His best ally so far has been veteran wide receiver Terrell Owens with 629 receiving yards for 5 touchdowns, but they are going to need more participation from the rest of team to change this present. 

What was close to become a disastrous season for the Cleveland Browns had an unexpected turn in the last four games of the year, as the team was able to win all four of them to improve the 1-11 record with which they arrived to December of 2009. It is also relevant to mention that some franchise records were set throughout the season: running back Jerome Harrison’s 286 rushing yards in Week 15 against the Browns surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown’s 237 –he did it twice: 1957 and 1961- for the most rushing yards in a single game. Also wide receiver Mohammed Massaquoi’s 18.4 yards per catch average that surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer Paul Warfield’s 17.7 from 1964. And not only franchise records where achieved, also in NFL history like: kick returner and wide receiver Joshua Cribbs’ 2,510 combined yards, becoming fifth all-time in a single season to do so. 

The 2010 early season was heading in the same direction as the previous, after Week 6 the Browns were 1-5. But then on Week 7 they were able to beat New Orleans 30-17 and leave to Bye Week with the boost that defeating the defending champions represent. Their next game is against the New England Patriots, and they should come in fresh from their break to start changing things around, and improve last year’s 5-11 record. Both quarterbacks’, Seneca Wallace’s and Jake Delhomme, ankle injuries have caused instability in the team’s formation, where even rookie Colt McCoy has seen action this season. That’s three QB up to now. Running back Peyton Hillis is going through his best season in his 3 year NFL career, with 460 rushing yards and 5 touchdowns.

The Pittsburg Steelers had an acceptable 2009 season that ended 9-7. The 3 win strike with which they finished the year helped them to tie Baltimore Ravens’ record, but unluckily for them the +130 point differential over their +44 gave the Ravens the ticket to the playoffs. Still the offense had a distinguished year: with 4,108 yards Ben Roethlisberger was the first quarterback in franchise history to pass 4,000 yards in a season. Running back Rashard Mendenhall’s 1,108 rushing yards turned him into the seventh player in the franchise to rush for 1,000 yards. And wide receivers Santonio Holmes and Hines Ward surpassed the 1,000 yards received each.
 
The fight for a playoff ticket between Steelers and Ravens is looking as intense this year as it did the previous one. Once again both teams are tied 5-2, but this time the stats favor Pittsburgh. Despite Roethlisberger’s 754 passing yards being far from the 4,108 from last year, this hasn’t been an inconvenient to win games. Rashard Mendenhall has kept his pace up from the previous season, and with 603 rushing yards after Week 8 is closer to the 1108 from 2009. Their next game is on Monday Night against division rivals Cincinnati Bengals, and they will try to recover from the 20-10 defeat suffered this past weekend against the defending champions New Orleans Saints.

Andrew Hill is a high-ranking sports writer, currently writing reviews on the NFL for the sports betting industry. Feel free to reprint this article in its entirety on your site, making sure to leave all links in place and do not modify any of the content.

Aberdeen and North – Mon, 2 Jul, 2012

The Serious Fraud Office is considering whether to bring criminal charges against bankers embroiled in the latest scandal. The revelation comes as the Prime Minister announced a review of the industry following interest rate rigging allegations. But Labour says the inquiry won’t go far enough, while the SNP claim it’s not just bankers who have tough questions to answer. In other news: New rules to protect deposits lodged by people renting properties came into force today; A company run by former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is being wound up over an unpaid 86000 pounds roofing bill. In sport: As expected there are no Scots in the Team GB Men’s Olympic football squad. However coach Stuart Pearce has defended his selection, saying it was about ability and not nationality.
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Nascar Busch North Series at Watkins Glen in 2002

Little Trees 150 from Watkins Glen. Big wreck on lap 1. Includes driver interviews from Martin Truex Jr., Scott Bouley, Kelly Moore, Troy Williams. (FYI, Truex is the last interview)

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