WBD man on bail for negligent use of fire

first_imgRichard Singh, 28, of 82 Two Brothers, Canal Number One Polder, West Bank Demerara, was on Thursday placed on ,000 bail following a charge of negligent use of fire.It was alleged that on March 10, 2016, at Canal Number One Polder, the fire he lit caused the damage of property belonging to Steve Narine.At his appearance before Magistrate Clive Nurse at the Wales Magistrate Court, the field labourer entered a not guilty plea and was granted bail privilege.The defendant told the court that he has no prior offences, and will make his next court appearance set for September 19.last_img read more

Inter, Napoli join Juventus top of Serie A

first_img0Shares0000Inter Milan’s Mauro Icardi (R) celebrates after scoring in the Serie A match against SPAL at the San Siro stadium in Milan, on September 10, 2017 © AFP / MIGUEL MEDINAMilan, Italy, Sep 10 – Napoli and Inter Milan made it three wins out of three to keep pace with six-time title holders Juventus at the top of Serie A Sunday as AC Milan fell at Lazio.Luciano Spalletti’s Inter beat promoted SPAL 2-0 in the San Siro after Juventus eased past Chievo 3-0 in Turin on Saturday. Napoli also remain unbeaten as they warmed up for a midweek Champions League trip to Shakhtar Donetsk, winning 3-0 at Bologna with late goals from Jose Callejon (66), Dries Mertens (83), and Piotr Zielinski (88).“To go 70 minutes and lose 0-3 is heavy for the boys,” said coach Roberto Donadoni of Bologna’s first loss this season.“Naivety cost us and Napoli punished us. This has to teach us a lesson.”Juventus — who travel to Barcelona for Champions League duty on Tuesday — are top of the standings on goal difference, equal on nine points with Napoli and Inter Milan, with Lazio fourth on seven.AC Milan dropped to seventh after suffering their first defeat of the season as a Ciro Immobile hat-trick lifted Lazio 4-1 at home.Simone Inzaghi’s side ran riot over the Chinese-owned Milan with an on-fire Immobile scoring three in 10 minutes, including a penalty, in a match delayed for an hour due to torrential rain in the capital.Napoli’s forward Dries Mertens (C) celebrates with his teammates after scoring on September 10, 2017 © AFP / FILIPPO MONTEFORTERiccardo Montolivo pulled one back for the visitors off a deflected Hakan Calhanoglu free-kick, but Vincenzo Montella’s side fell to their first defeat in three games.“Not many teams will get four goals past Milan,” said Immobile, who also scored for Italy in a World Cup qualifier this week.“I think we’re on the right track.”After two easy matches against Crotone and Cagliari, Milan got a reality check against Lazio.Immobile’s first was from a penalty on 38 minutes, and four minutes later he added a second with a volley off a Senad Lulic cross.The Italian international then got his third six minutes later and quickly assisted Luis Alberto for the fourth.Earlier, Inter Milan’s Mauro Icardi added to his Serie A tally with a 27th-minute penalty, giving him a fifth goal of the season.The spot-kick was awarded after the intervention of the video assistant referee (VAR), after Joao Mario was tripped inside the box with Icardi slotting in.Ivan Perisic sealed the victory after 87 minutes with a powerful volley into the top corner.“They are valuable points which allow us to consolidate our place and build self-confidence,” said Inter assistant manager Marco Domenichini.– Fiorentina five –SPAL boss Leonardo Semplici believes Inter under former Roma boss Luciano Spalletti can now challenge Juventus’ dominance.Lazio’s forward Ciro Immobile celebrates after scoring his second goal against AC Milan on September 10, 2017 at the Olympic stadium in Rome © AFP / Vincenzo PINTO“Inter will challenge for the Scudetto, but I still have to compliment my boys for their performance. I tip my hat to Luciano Spalletti, who is both a friend and a great coach,” he told Sky Sport Italia.“We caused Inter problems and had a few chances to score too, but I think if we play like this, we will ensure our Serie A safety.”Emilia-Romagna side SPAL are sitting eighth.Fiorentina bounced back from successive defeats with their first win of the season — a 5-0 rout at Verona.Argentine striker Giovanni Simeone, son of Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone, scored his first goal for the Tuscany club after two minutes.Elsewhere, Atalanta won 2-1 at home against Sassuolo while Cagliari achieved their first win in their new stadium, beating Crotone 1-0, and Udinese defeated Genoa 1-0.Torino left it late with Iago Falque scoring three minutes into time added on to beat Benevento 1-0.Saturday’s game between Sampdoria and AS Roma in Genoa was postponed because of adverse weather conditions.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Premier League prize money: How much your club earned through TV and positions

first_img 3. Man United earned £96,477,120 – Man United games were on TV 26 times and earned £19,878,480 for finishing fifth. 6. Liverpool earned £90,506,139 – Liverpool were on TV 23 times and picked up £16,151,265 for ending the season in eighth place. 12. Swansea earned £75,813,533 – Swansea collected £11,181,645 for finishing 12th and their games were shown on TV 10 times. 20 20 13. Watford earned £74,571,128 – Watford finished 13th and collected £9,939,240, while they were on TV eight times. 20 20 20 20 7. Chelsea earned £87,273,407 – Chelsea’s merit payment for finishing tenth came to £17,757,152 and they were on TV 22 times. 1. Arsenal earned £100,952,257 – Arsenal earned more than anyone because their games were shown on TV 27 times and their second place earned them £23,605,695. 20 20 20 19. Norwich earned £67,116,698 – This season Norwich, who went down with Villa, appeared on nine times. They picked up £2,484,810 for finishing 19th. 20 17. Sunderland earned a total of £71,845,274 – Sunderland earned £4,969,620 for finishing 17th and were on TV 13 times. 8. West Ham earned £85,765,168 – West Ham were on TV 15 times and for their seventh place finish picked up £17,393,670. 14. West Brom earned £73,328,723 – The Baggies finished 14th and picked up £8,696,835, while they were on TV 10 times. 15. Newcastle earned £72,846,635 – Newcastle were relegated and earned £3,727,215 for their final position, but were on TV 16 times. 20 10. Everton earned £83,039,314 – The Toffees finished 11th and earned £12,424,050 for that, while they were on TV 18 times. 20 20 20. Aston Villa earned a total of £66,622,215 for the 2015/16 Premier League season – click the arrow above, right to see who earned the most through TV dosh and league positions – Each club gets an equal share of both domestic (£21,924,800) and overseas TV income (£29,415,848) as well as a central commercial payment of £4,509,152 for things like sponsors. Each place is worth £1,242,405 and in addition there is a ‘facility fee’ for the number of times teams appear on TV. Every club gets a minimum of £8,782,088 for 10 live games or less, then an extra £747,922 for each televised game after that. This is what Villa earned for finishing bottom, while they appeared on TV 11 times. 18. Bournemouth earned £70,843,913 – Bournemouth were on TV eight times and earned £6,212,025 for their 16th position. 9. Southampton earned £84,763,807 – Ronald Koeman’s Saints finished sixth and their merit payment came to £18,636,075. They were on TV 12 times. Leicester are in the money, but even though they are the Premier League champions, they don’t top the prize money table.Official figures for the 2015/16 season have been released and here is how it is broken down:Each club gets an equal share of both domestic (£21,924,800) and overseas TV income (£29,415,848) as well as a central commercial payment of £4,509,152 for things like sponsors.There is £1,242,405 per place, which is the fee Aston Villa earned compared to the £24,848,100 Leicester collected.In addition there is a ‘facility fee’ for the number of times teams appear on the TV. Every club gets a minimum of £8,782,088 for 10 games or less, then an extra £747,922 for each televised game after that.Figures are from premierleague.com. 20 4. Tottenham earned £95,222,320 – Spurs picked up £22,363,290 for finishing third and were shown on TV 21 times. 11. Stoke earned £79,540,748 – Stoke games were televised 10 times during the season and their ninth place finish saw them pick up £14,908,860 20 5. Leicester earned £93,219,598 – Leicester were the champions and topped the merit payment table with £24,848,100. Their games were televised 15 times. 20 20 16. Crystal Palace earned £72,086,318 – Palace earned £7,454,430 for finishing 15th and were on TV 10 times. 20 2. Man City earned £96,971,603 – Man City collected £21,120,885 for scraping fourth and the club’s games were on TV 25 times during the season. 20 20last_img read more


first_imgThe site of the illegal dump at Doneyloop.Donegal County Council has carried out a clean-up of an illegal dumping site at Fearn Hill, Donnyloop.It follows an article on Donegal Daily earlier this week.The illegal site is cleaned up by Donegal County Council this morning.Residents of the area had contacted us to complain of the illegal dumping. This morning staff of Donegal County Council carried out a clean up of this site.The contents included paper, plastic, cardboard, metal, broken furniture and some food remnants.Donegal County Council have said said these contents will be rigorously checked for any evidence that may identify the person or persons responsible for this illegal activity.This area will be closely monitored over the coming months for any further activity. A spokesman for the council said “We would like to thank Donegal Daily and the community for their support in tackling this illegal activity. Every effort will be made to identify those responsible and they will be pursued for disposing of waste in this way.“We would like to remind members of the public that littering or disposing of waste in this way is illegal and you could face prosecution. We would also like to encourage the public to report any illegal dumping activity by contacting us at 074 91 53900 or by using the ‘Report It’ facility on the homepage of our website www.donegalcoco.ie.”The site is left spotless after it is cleaned up by the council.COUNCIL CLEANS UP ILLEGAL DONEYLOOP DUMP AFTER DONEGAL DAILY ARTICLE was last modified: March 13th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:clean-upDonegal County CouncilDonegal Dailydumpillegallast_img read more


first_imgThe Senior team bowed out of the Championship on Saturday last following a 5 point defeat to Dungloe. Despite Glenswilly leading by 1 point at half time, it was the team from the Rosses who showed the more hunger in the second half and scored 2 goals to seal their victory. There are still 2 league games to be played but it is not known when these will be played yet. The 3rd team finished their season on Sunday with a lose away to Pettigo.Circuits continue in the hall on Monday evenings 7-8 for ladies and 8-9 for men. Yoga classes will take place on Wednesdays from 8.30, all welcome.Conversational Irish classes will begin in the clubhouse on Wednesday 24th October from 7.30 to 8.30. Suitable for aged 12 and over. Lotto numbers for 15/10/2012 were 1,3,7,9 and match 3 winner was John Bonner, Dr McGinley Rd, Letterkenny. Next week’s jackpot is €1380. Sellers are John McGinley and Dermot McGinley Seacor.GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY GAA CLUB NOTES was last modified: October 16th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Glenswilly GAA Club noteslast_img read more


first_imgKeith Mannion of ‘SlowPlaceLikeHome’A Ballyshannon musician’s video has been short-listed among some of the world’s biggest bands in a prestigious European Film Festival event for Best Music Video.The name Sigur Ros will trip off the tongue of most music fans.But when their video features a certain Irish actor by the name of Aiden Gillen, the achievement of the Donegal musician who goes under the name of ‘SlowPlaceLikeHome’ becomes all the more evident. The man behind ‘SlowPlaceLikeHome’ is Keith Mannion from Knather Wood, Ballyshannon whose slices of electric pop have had music fans ordering starters, main courses and deserts by the menu-full of late.The full Official Selection for the ECU 2013 awards in Paris, March 29th-31st, is here:http://www.ecufilmfestival.com/?page_id=17207&lang=enKeith’s music has featured on several prominent compilations and he has been interviewed by radio stations, from Phantom FM in Dublin, to BBC Radio Ulster and national BBC Radio 6 music. The full video in question can be viewed here: https://vimeo.com/48318018It was first shown on John Kelly’s arts show ‘The Works’ on RTE One, broadcast Thursday, 18th October 2012. (link here: http://www.rte.ie/tv/theworks/thisweek18102012.html)It was directed by Jules Hackett. Both song and video was completely D.I.Y. (budget of €80) and with no PR or distribution, it makes this nomination even more incredible.www.slowplacelikehome.comhttp://www.facebook.com/SlowPlaceLikeHomehttp://soundcloud.com/slowplacelikehomehttp://slowplacelikehome.bandcamp.com/VIDEO FOR DONEGAL ARTIST’S SONG NOMINATED FOR TOP EUROPEAN AWARD was last modified: February 27th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BallyshannonKeith MannionSnowPlaceLikeHomelast_img read more

Mass honors three killed in Iraq

first_imgPICO RIVERA – At a Mass at St. Hilary Catholic Church, graying war veterans and friends and relatives knelt and prayed Friday for U.S. Army Sgt. Arthur A. Mora Jr. and the two soldiers who died with him in Iraq. “They are our brothers who went through baptism by fire. It is important for us to be here today,” said Richard Briones, a Korean War veteran from Pico Rivera. Mora, 23, was killed Oct. 19 when his patrol vehicle was hit by enemy fire in Balad, Iraq. Two fellow soldiers, Army Spc. Russell Nahvi, 24, of Texas, and Army Pfc. Jose E. Rosario, 20, of St. Croix, died with him. Mora had been in Iraq since July and hoped to be home in December to celebrate the holidays with his wife and three children, including a son who was born Oct. 11. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week During Friday’s solemn Mass, attended by close to 200 people, Mora’s family led the congregation in prayer. The Rev. George Madella provided words of comfort to Mora’s mother, Sylvia Mora, and his two sisters and brother. “This is my first Mass for soldiers who were in Iraq,” Madella said. “When I saw the age of the soldiers and realized they were only in their 20s and had sacrificed so much, I thought they had sacrified their lives for a greater cause. “They are people with a lot of courage who gave their lives, and we must remember it is not important how many years we have lived. What is important is how we live our lives.” Mora was based at Fort Stewart, Ga., and was a member of the Army’s 5th Squadron, 7th Calvary Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. He was buried Oct. 29 at Fort Meigs Cemetery in Perrysburg, Ohio, where his wife and three children live. Family members said it was gratifying to have so many tributes paid to Mora, a 2000 El Rancho High School graduate, who joined the Army with his mother’s permission in his senior year. “In Perrysburg, it was so nice, so beautiful,” Sylvia Mora said Friday. “There was an honor guard, people on the sidewalks waving flags, and policemen, firemen and veterans saluting him. “Now here, with a lot of family and friends, we are honoring him again so everyone can see what kind of person he was.” Valerie Hernandez, Mora’s cousin, said she would have preferred that the young man who was always happy and hugging people had come home to his family. But the pride she felt made her loss easier, she said. “He used to like cleaning up at the American Legion on Durfee and being around veterans,” she said. “He had a passion for this and wouldn’t have wanted it any other way.” Mora is the third soldier from the Whittier area to die in Afghanistan or Iraq. Pfc. Joseph Cruz, 22, of Whittier was killed Oct. 15 in Bagram, Afghanistan, from non-combat injuries. U.S. Army Medic Paul Nakamura, 21, of Santa Fe Springs was killed in June 2003 when his ambulance was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade. According to the U.S Department of Defense Web site, as of Friday 2,035 U.S. soldiers had died in Iraq. debbie.pfeiffer@sgvn.com (562)698-0955, Ext. 3028160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Man who did ‘donuts’ in front of kids is warned he will be banned

first_imgA man who wants to be a mechanic was given a final chance by a Judge after being found guilty of doing ‘donuts’ in front of children.Reece Maguire, appeared before Letterkenny District Court charged with dangerous driving at Chapel Street, Stranorlar on May 8th, 2017. An off-duty Garda spotted Maguire, 21, doing ‘donuts and fishtailing’ in his brother’s car.Inspector Barry Doyle told the court that it was 2pm in the afternoon and there were children watching.Defending solicitor Kieran Dillon said the incident was all over very quickly.He added that his client wanted to train as a mechanic and travel to Australia.Judge Paul Kelly fined Maguire, of Hilltop Crescent, Stranorlar, €250 and warned he would put him off the road if convicted again.Man who did ‘donuts’ in front of kids is warned he will be banned was last modified: March 18th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:courtdonutsdrivingfishtailingReece MaguireStranorlarlast_img read more

South Africa is top for affordable financial services

first_img26 August 2015South Africa ranks second for its excellent access to and usage of affordable financial services, according to a report released yesterday.The 2015 Brookings Financial and Digital Inclusion Project (FDIP) Report and Scorecard, which evaluated 21 countries, examined broad dimensions relevant to financial inclusion such as country commitment, mobile capacity, regulatory environment and adoption of traditional and digital financial services.As of 2014, about 75% of South African adults had bank accounts and 5% used non-bank financial products. ATM and debit cards were more common, with 34% of the banked population owning a South African Social Security MasterCard.“Unlike in many other countries in our study, women in South Africa are generally not disproportionately excluded from formal financial services,” the report said. “The 2014 Global Findex found that about 69% of men and 69% of women had accounts with a formal financial institution or mobile money provider.”South Africa earned 80% and was ranked number 12 for country commitment, number one for mobile capacity, number 17 for regulatory environment and number three for adoption. It also received the highest score for formal account penetration, including among rural, low-income and female groups.Strong mobile capacitySouth Africa’s mobile capacity was strong, the report showed, with the percentage of unique subscribers comprising about 70% of the population and about 96% 3G mobile network coverage by population.“South Africa also has a number of mobile money deployments offering P2P domestic transfers, bill payment, and international remittances,” it said. “This has allowed it to reach more people and engage them in financial services.”Initiatives to digitise government transfers, along with the country’s quite extensive banking infrastructure, supported financial inclusion. “Efforts to diversify the digital financial services market and encourage digital transactions could propel further advancements in financial inclusion.”According to estimates from a recent Imperial College and Citi report, “a 10% increase in the digital money readiness and commensurate increase in adoption for the countries included in the index, can help up to an estimated 220 million individuals enter the formal financial sector. This translates to an additional $1- trillion (R13.15-trillion) moving from the informal economy to the formal economy”.Financial inclusionThe report said financial inclusion had become a crucial aspect of economic development.“Developing economies need consumers who can pay bills or send remittances in an affordable and convenient manner. Digital services are an increasingly important component of the nexus between development and financial inclusion.“Having greater access to financial services promotes entrepreneurship, lifts people out of poverty, and gives them greater hope for a brighter economic future. This is especially the case in regard to women and marginalised groups.”Source: News24Wirelast_img read more

Ohio’s Crop Progress — May 30, 2017

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Frequent rains bringing varied totals across the state kept many operators from plating and, in some cases, replanting corn and soybeans, according to Cheryl Turner, Ohio State Statistician with the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. There were 1.8 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending May 28th . Rains interrupted planting or prevented the drying down needed for some operators to enter fields. Delays and drown-outs left the season in question for some growers. Corn in the ground was mostly in fair to good condition, reflecting the cold, wet weather’s effect on emergence. Winter wheat is in mostly good condition, but all crops would benefit from drier and warmer weather. Those conditions would also help hay producers, who also experienced a delay in cuttings. Pastures seemed to benefit from the wet conditions the most.82% of corn is planted while 62% of corn is emerged. Soybeans are at 54% planted and 35% emerged. 1st cutting of alfalfa is 43% finished.Click here to read the full report.last_img read more