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BBC Nine O'Clock News

The BBC Nine O'Clock News was the flagship BBC News programme. It was launched on 14 September 1970 and ran until 13 October 2000, when it was controversially replaced by the BBC Ten O'Clock News; the first week was presented by Robert Dougall, followed by Richard Baker and Kenneth Kendall, each presenting five consecutive nightly bulletins. The choice of these three was significant, echoing the original BBC television bulletins of 1955, which they had presented. Other notable presenters have included John Edmunds, Peter Woods, Richard Whitmore, Angela Rippon, Jan Leeming, John Humphrys, John Simpson, Sue Lawley, Julia Somerville, Moira Stuart, Nicholas Witchell, Martyn Lewis, Michael Buerk, Peter Sissons and George Alagiah; the Nine O'Clock News replaced The Main News at 8:45 pm, in a response to the launch by ITN of the News at Ten. It was the first bulletin to have a closing set of music; the set used by the bulletin was designed to differentiate from the day's bulletins. On 13 April 1993, all the BBC News bulletins were relaunched with a more uniform look.

This programme and some others were given a darker set and a stereo orchestral version of the previous mono title music. A more comprehensive relaunch of all the BBC News output came on 10 May 1999, after which this programme once again shared a common theme and set with its daytime counterpart. Between 10 May 1999 and 13 October 2000, the programme was advertised as the BBC News at Nine; the final bulletin, before the transition to the BBC Ten O'Clock News, was presented by George Alagiah in Jerusalem and Peter Sissons in London. The programme was broadcast on BBC1 and inspired a BBC2 comedy show running in the same time slot, Not the Nine O'Clock News. BBC News at BBC Online

Giulia Sergas

Giulia Sergas is an Italian professional golfer playing on both the LPGA Tour and the Ladies European Tour. Sergas was born in Trieste in northern Italy, she took up golf at the age of nine at Golf Club Trieste under the coaching of Ezio Pavan. She attended the Linguistic College. In 1996 and again in 1998, Sergas was a member of the runner-up World Amateur Team Championship teams. In 1998 she won the European Ladies Amateur Championship, she finished as lead amateur in the 1999 Women's British Open. Sergas turned professional on 22 October 1999 and played on the Ladies European Tour. In her rookie season in 2000 she earned the Bill Johnson Rookie of the Year award as the leading rookie on the LET Order of Merit, she qualified for the LPGA Tour in 2002. Her best finish on the LPGA Tour is a tied for second at the 2004 ShopRite LPGA Classic, her best finishes on the Ladies European Tour are second at the 2011 Sicilian Ladies Italian Open and tied for second at the 2011 New Zealand Women's Open. She finished tied for second at the unofficial 2009 European Nations Cup.

After the conclusion of the 2013 Women's British Open, she was chosen by Liselotte Neumann as one of her four captain's selections to the 2013 European Solheim Cup Team for the matches to be held in Colorado. Sergas lives in Palm Springs, California. Results not in chronological order before 2015. ^ The Evian Championship was added as a major in 2013 CUT = missed the half-way cut WD = withdrew "T" = tied Most consecutive cuts made – 4 Longest streak of top-10s – 2 Amateur Junior Ryder Cup: 1997 Espirito Santo Trophy: 1996, 1998Professional World Cup: 2005, 2007 Solheim Cup: 2013 Official website Giulia Sergas at the LPGA Tour official site Giulia Sergas at the Ladies European Tour official site Giulia Sergas at the Women's World Golf Rankings official site

Whitlock Cordage

Whitlock Cordage is a former industrial complex, renovated for residential and commercial use. It's located along the banks of the since-filled Morris Canal in the Lafayette Section of Jersey City, New Jersey; the older buildings were constructed in 1860 as part of the Passaic Zinc Works, with the buildings constructed by Whitlock Cordage in and after 1905 on a seven-acre site. Whitlock manufactured; the building became a sweatshop. In 2003 a federal bankruptcy judge had ordered demolition of the property to allow for its resale; the Housing Trust of America agreed to purchase the property and preserve the structures. The project included adaptive reuse of existing buildings as well as new construction and includes a total of 240 affordable and market rate apartments; the nearby Berry Lane Park is the largest municipal park, was completed in 2016. After years of delays the project resumed construction in September 2018; the Beacon Dixon Mills Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Powerhouse Operation Bid Rig &[http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/nj0903.photos.110934p/