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The appointment of Philip Matthews also coincides with the consultancy in Ireland dropping Healy Kelly from its name, to be now known as Turner & Townsend. The aim is to reflect its global reach and unify the name with other divisions around the world. Matthews, who is a chartered quantity surveyor with more than two decades of experience, will be based in the Dublin office and responsible for the commercial sector. He said: Theres evidence of both growth and confidence in the Dublin market but much has been centred on fit-outs over the past 18 months. But in the last half year, new construction around commercial and residential has picked up which is an excellent barometer of the pipeline of work to come. Dublin has seen a strong resurgence in activity. Matthews is joined by chartered quantity surveyor David Hughes as associate director. Turner & Townsend managing director Mark Kelly said: Were delighted to welcome both Philip and David to the team. Philip comes with a wealth of experience and deep knowledge of the Irish market. His leadership of the commercial team in our Dublin office will be key to driving our continued growth in Ireland. Davids global and MEP [mechanical, electrical and plumbing] experience is also an important addition and will add to our overall service offering. He added: The rebranding of Healy Kelly to Turner & Townsend is reflective of our brand moving forward to acknowledge the maturity, the expertise and diversity of the entire business as a whole as one global business, which is the cornerstone of our branding worldwide.



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Leicester draw West Brom; Bournemouth inch away from relegation | FOX Sports


Bournemouth 2-0 Southampton Bournemouth moved further away from the Premier League relegation zone with a 2-0 victory over Southampton in the south coast derby on Tuesday. Bournemouth took the lead with a volley by defender Steve Cook from inside the area in the 31st minute, and striker Benik Afobe sealed the victory in the 79th minute, heading home a free kick from Matt Ritchie. The home side moved onto 32 points, eight clear of the drop zone, while seventh-place Southampton missed a chance to press its case for European football next season. In a bizarre incident at the end of the first half, fourth official Kevin Friend struck his head on the dugout, and was taken to hospital. Aston Villa 1-3 Everton Everton plunged Aston Villa closer to relegation from the Premier League with a 3-1 win at the last-place team on Tuesday, with many disgruntled home fans walking out in the second half. Ramiro Funes Mori, Aaron Lennon and Romelu Lukaku scored for mid-table Everton at Villa Park, which rapidly emptied as Villa supporters showed their unhappiness with the team's situation. Villa, which has never been out of the Premier League, is eight points from safety with 10 games remaining. Funes Mori headed in unmarked in the fifth minute from a corner by Kevin Mirallas, who also provided the assist for Lennon at the end of a swift counter-attack in the 30th. Lukaku tied his career-best haul of 17 goals in a Premier League season with a close-range finish in the 60th.



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Dave Turton, Head of Community Safety at Cleveland Fire Brigade, said: This religious festival is a busy time, as families and friends get together and symbolic candles are lit. All of these ingredients increase the risk of fire in homes as it is easy to get distracted with all of the festivities going on. When celebrating, please follow our simple safety advice. Treat the Diva (candle) as you would any other flame: oUse only enough ghee (clarified butter) to last your Puja (worship). oPlace it in a suitable fire resistant candleholder and do not leave it unattended oKeep the flame a safe distance from curtains, furniture or decorations at all times. Long hair and clothing are also very flammable. Treat fireworks with great caution: oOnly buy fireworks marked with British Safety Standard BS7114 oAlways follow the firework code www.clevelandfire.gov.uk/bonfire Keep fireworks and candles out of the reach of children and ensure they are supervised at all times. If you decide to cook deep-fried food: oStand by your pan never leave cooking unattended. oDry your food before placing it in the hot oil. oIf the oil starts to smoke, turn off the heat and leave the pan to cool.



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