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first_imgAtlético is in third position but cannot fall asleep on the laurels, since it takes one point to Getafe and three to Real Sociedad, which has one match less than the rojiblanco team. Atletico will have a very demanding month of March, both in LaLiga and in the Champions League, since in the European tournament he will have to pay a visit to Anfield, a tough test for the Simeone team. Of all the matches that must be played, only one will play it in the Wanda Metropolitanor. The rest will play as a visitor and will have to play at home before Espanyol, Athletic and Osasuna, in addition to the aforementioned Champions. March will be very demanding and Atlético will have to improve their home numbers a lot. Atletico has added 28 points in the Wanda Metropolitano and 15 away from its stadium. At home, Atlético has won three games, tied six and lost three. He has scored ten goals and conceded eleven. Some numbers that have kept him from fighting for the league title. That bad as a visitor was also seen in the Champions League matches. Atlético won against Lokomotiv in Moscow, but he was defeated against Leverkusen and against Juventus. The background is not very positive. In the league championship Atlético was only able to win in three fields: Leganés, Mallorca and at the Betis Stadium. It is true that the level of the team is much better in recent games and that on the move to Valencia showed a good image.last_img read more

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first_imgAs part of ongoing efforts to strengthen relations with the public, the Guyana Police Force (GPF) last week‘D’ Division Commander Stephen Mansell handing over the PA system to L’Aventure Secondary School’s Head Teacher Althea Stewarthanded over a Public Address (PA) system to the L’Aventure Secondary School on the West Bank of Demerara.According to D (West Demerara) Division Commander, Senior Superintendent of Police Stephen Mansell, this donation was as a result of a request made by the school’s Head Teacher, Althea Stewart.He explained that Stewart had written to Police Commissioner Seelall Persaud, asking for the Force to donate a PA system to the school that will be used for events such as debate competitions, public speaking enhancement and to address the general assembly, among others.Mansell went on to say that he was mandated by the Top Cop to execute the request and acquire the equipment at the cost of $80,000.During the simple handing over ceremony, the Divisional Commander urged the Head Teacher to care the equipment as it would go a long way in benefiting the school, especially in developing students’ public speaking ability.He added that the donation was yet another measure that the Division had embarked on to improve Police-public relations.Commander Mansell further noted that his Division had commenced a number of social crime prevention and partnership programmes targeting early school leavers and unemployed youth on West Demerara.last_img read more

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first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has stated that the diplomatic bonds that bind Liberia and the state of Israel have been strong since the formation of the Middle-eastern nation, most especially in 1954 when actual diplomatic exchanges began.President Sirleaf indicated that the bonds have been cemented with visits of both President William V. S. Tubman and the then Prime Minister Moshe Sharett of Israel during the Tubman era coupled with the construction of the Executive Mansion, humanitarian assistance, support to Liberia at the level of the United Nations and Israeli investment in Liberia.The Liberian leader made these assertions when she received the Letters of Credence from Israeli new Ambassador to Liberia, Sharon Barli.Speaking during the presentation ceremony at her Office on Wednesday April 30,the President emphasized how much Liberia values the long, historic relationship with the State of Israel.President Sirleaf said the relations between the two countries have transcended ordinary friendship since 1948 when that nation was established under the auspice of the United Nations.She spoke of her fond experiences she had when she visited the State of Israel back in 2007, which she said was very fruitful.In 1954 both countries formalized diplomatic relations that led to the historic visit of Israel’s founding mother and then Foreign Minister, Honorable Golda Meir, to Liberia, during which she was crowned as a Queen Mother by the Gola tribe.Again in 1962, the second President of the State of Israel, His Excellency Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, paid an official visit to Liberia.President Sirleaf expressed deepest appreciation for the strong support of Israel to Liberia and hoped Ambassador Barli will ensure the strengthening and consolidation of ties during her tenure.“I stand ready to work with you to raise and resolve all outstanding bilateral issues,” the Liberian leader said.While there are enormous challenges, the President went on to say, her government has made considerable progress, thanks to the support of partners such as the State of Israel. She made mention of the launch of a national framework, Vision 2030.It is a framework that is to see Liberia becomes a middle-income country in 2030.She also mentioned the government’s Agenda for Transformation – a five-year program aimed at supporting nearly all the pillars of Vision 2030.The new Israeli diplomat, Sharon Barli, in a remark praised the relations between both countries, which she said are long-standing and excellent.“Our relations are based on friendship, mutual understanding and common views on many international issues.”“Development cooperation will continue to form an important part in the relations between State of Israel and Liberia,” Ambassador Barli noted.She expressed her excitement to be in Liberia as a female diplomat and conveyed warm greetings from the President and Prime Minister of Israel from Jerusalem.Ambassador Sharon Barli thanked President Sirleaf for accepting her Letters of Credence and pointed out that Israel has a strong attachment to Liberia.Beyond bilateral development cooperation, Ambassador Barli said the relations between Liberia and Israel have widened and deepened and are now in a process of dynamic development, extending to many sectors of both societies.She said Israel was ready to provide technical assistance to Liberia in sectors such as agriculture, education, health, security, and is also committed to human development and capacity building intervention in Liberia.Though she won’t be residing in Liberia, but the Israel diplomat committed herself to making regular and constant visits to Liberia as Israel’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. She is based in Accra, Ghana, a nation in addition to Liberia that her jurisdictions cover.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgThe man responsible at the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) to root out power theft that has resulted in the loss to the corporation of thousands of dollars, said at a community engagement last Friday in Monrovia, that there can be no compromise on the issue.Mr. Owens Richards told a meeting with Lakpazee residents that as LEC gradually increases its expansion to connect many communities, it cannot forgive anyone caught stealing power.“We want you to understand that we want every Liberian to benefit from power but this has come gradually,” Richards said. Other members of his team were Public Relations Specialist Mambui James Kpargoi and Public Relations officer Winston Bedell.He said the LEC will increase its power generation and distribution by an additional 10 megawatts next month September.“Many communities will receive service from the LEC and therefore stealing power, which some do by running wires underground that create hazard for residents in a particular area, or by tapping onto someone’s services, must stop,” he said.The LEC has a system to check the unusual flow of power to communities and there is a team that visits communities unannounced to root out cables that are used to tap and steal current, he said.“When your cables are rooted out because you were found stealing power, you may not get service for a long period of time,” he explained. The LEC does not presently prosecute individuals for stealing power, but Mr. Kpargoi said the LEC may develop a policy to be able to prosecute those who steal power in future.He encouraged the residents to be on the lookout for those who claim they are working for the LEC, who are responsible for making illegal connections.“If anyone comes to you, please ask him for his LEC ID Card. He must wear a jacket with LEC logo on the back and he must have a vehicle also with LEC logo on it; and please, don’t pay money to anyone from LEC.“Payment to LEC is made at the LBDI and Ecobank and not to individuals,” he said.Contributing, Bedell told the gathering about the dangers involved in power theft and took them through what he described as a simple process to apply for a meter.He said meters are assigned to structures and not to individuals and therefore they cannot be transferred to another structure or another location.Mr. Kpargoi recalled when the government began to provide electricity to the country after the various civil wars damaged all that the country had.“Today we must be thankful that we have great improvement in the sector and much is being done to ensure that by mid-December the proverbial ‘big light’ will be here,” he said. He appealed to residents to exercise restraint and should not, under any circumstances, be induced to steal power.“You must own the service,” Kpargoi told them. The interactive discussion helped to provide more answers to residents.In a summary the residents learned that the LEC is presently using 28 megawatts; that 10 megawatts will be added in September and 22 megawatts by mid-December, to be able to serve more communities, from Monrovia to Kakata, up to Wealla.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgZucker fielded tough questions about the number she can’t release, but was adamant in her defense. “I can tell you it was more than last year, absolutely,” said Zucker, nearing completion of the second year of her tenure at the track. “Here’s the way I look at it: This is a business to me and I’m responsible to the shareholders of ISC and returning on that investment. “We did that today, we are really proud of the job that we’ve done. We are up from last year, I promise you.” Zucker said the sales were tracking better since the last three to four weeks before the start of the season. While she did not get into any possible no-shows, she did say the weather did not affect walkup sales. The day started in sunshine for the 12:30 p.m. start, but finished under cloudy skies with the lights being turned on 20 laps from the finish. “I think it was a great day,” she said, her voice growing hoarse from a day’s worth of activities. “I’m glad the rain fell off and let us have a really great finish. We had a really exciting race on the track.” Zucker has been consistent in her stance that selling tickets isn’t the only purpose of her job. “At the end of the day, we’re sitting here, and I think we will be at some point, we’re sitting here and saying, `We’re all sold out’ – that’s not the end of the mission. That’s not all that we’re looking to accomplish here. “We want to see the television ratings go up, see the drivers be mainstreamed in Southern California so that when you think of sports, you just don’t think of the Lakers or the Rose Bowl. You think of California Speedway and NASCAR.” The speedway’s core market extends from the Central Valley to San Diego, but the majority of those fans are from the Inland Empire. She also said there is a different standard for this race and the Labor Day Sunday race, which has yet to sell out in three years. “It’s a difference of the schedule. The race has been and will be stronger,” Zucker said. “We are not comparing to Labor Day, and never were. It’s a totally different set of circumstances.” Talk of the track opting for an April date was discounted. “This is a tough date on the schedule, there’s no doubt about that,” Zucker said. “We’re following Daytona. They have an enormous marketing campaign, to follow that up is a lot to ask of a corporation. We still have tremendous sponsor support. I think we’re holding our own.” “If I could pick a date, I would probably pick April,” she added, “but I leave that to NASCAR.” In her tenure, Zucker said she’s taking steps to get fans back. The first seven NASCAR Cup races here sold out. “Our first step was to listen to the complaints,” she said, referring to traffic issues. “Our second step was to expand the entertainment. The third step will require capital investment.” Restrooms on the upper level of the grandstands are on the radar. Despite a pair of unflattering mentions in newspaper stories the past several days, Zucker said she is not taking it personally. “I try to learn something from that,” she said, “and I can’t ignore it.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NASCAR Photo Galleries: • Fans Auto Club 500: One | Two | Three Complete coverage: Motor Sports If veteran track observers, notably writers who have covered stock car racing at Fontana, are to be believed, Sunday’s gathering was among the smallest since NASCAR returned to Southern California in 1997. FONTANA – If NASCAR is to be believed, the attendance at Sunday’s Auto Club 500 was 87,000. If track president Gillian Zucker is to be believed, this year’s Nextel Cup race was an improvement over a year ago. center_img The argument about attendance, which has cropped up only after NASCAR added a second Cup date in 2004, is hampered by the absence of real numbers. Track owner International Speedway Corp. has a policy of not releasing figures, opening the door for speculation. Apparently, only the tax people know the true figures outside ISC corporate offices. But Zucker wasn’t buying the estimated crowd of 70,000 used by several publications, including this one. “We thought the crowd was great, I know the numbers were up over a year ago and that was our goal for today,” Zucker said at her traditional post-race meeting with the media. “Mission accomplished. We are making progress. Today was tremendously entertaining.” last_img

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first_imgA man has appeared in court charged with a number of incidents including an attempted handbag snatch in Letterkenny and the break-in to Cara House.Matthew Lafferty appeared in court in handcuffs after being arrested by Gardai.Lafferty, of 35 Fairgreen Park, had been on bail after two break-ins to private houses in Letterkenny recently. Lafferty, who suffers from drug dependency, had been caught by Gardai hiding in a wardrobe after allegedly committing the crimes.Garda Kevin Hynes told Letterkenny District that when charged Lafferty said “I’m sorry for what I done.”Solicitor Patsy Gallagher told the court that there were a number of matters involving Lafferty due before the court shortly.Gardai told the court that Lafferty was currently in breach of his bail conditions because he had failed to sign on twice a day as agreed with previous court sittings.Judge Paul Kelly refused an application for bail.He adjourned all charges against Lafferty until March 12th for hearing.At hearing © 2012 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedThe copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailyMAN APPEARS IN COURT ON BAG SNATCH AND BREAK-IN CHARGES was last modified: March 6th, 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:CARA HOUSELETETRKENNY DISTRICT COURTMATTTEW LAFFERTYlast_img read more

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first_img Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Getty Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more impact After a slow start, West Brom look to have hit their stride after thrashing QPR 7-1 last time out.But they will face a stern test in Boro, who are unbeaten and looking like promotion contenders.What time is kick-off?This is the Championship’s Friday night offering on August 24.Kick-off at the Riverside is at 7.45pm.The last time these two sides met was in the 2016/17 Premier League campaign, where they played out two draws.How can I listen on talkSPORT?The match is being broadcast live on talkSPORT2.Tune in from 7.30pm for coverage using either your DAB radio or our web player. Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack ALTERED highlights smart causal 1 gameday What is the team news?West Brom: Johnstone, Adarabioyo, Bartley, Hegazi, Gibbs, Livermore, Brunt, Barnes, Phillips, Rodriguez, GayleSubs: Myhill, Robson-Kanu, Morrisson, Burke, Barry, Dawson, FieldMiddlesbrough: Randolph, Shotton, Ayala, Flint, Fry, Friend, Clayton, Howson, Downing, Braithwaite, AssombalongaSubs: Dimi, McNair, Leadbitter, Besic, Wing, Fletcher, Hugill How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener Tony Pulis comes up against his former club as his Middlesbrough side face West Brom at the Riverside Stadium.He was dismissed as Baggies boss last season in a season where they ended up getting relegated to the Championship. Pulis’ side have started the Championship season well possible standings FOOTBALL LATESTlast_img read more

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first_imgGardai are hailing the part played by the community text alert system used in Glenties to catch a number of alleged burglars.Officers are using the success of the incident earlier this week to encourage communities across Donegal to set up and use the scheme.The arrest of three men for incidents in Glenties has been highlighted by Divisional Crime Prevention Officer Sgt Paul Wallace. Sgt Wallace raised the issue as he helped launch another community/text alert scheme – this time in the Glenmaquinn area of Raphoe.It is the fourth such scheme launched in recent weeks as more and more communities look out for eachother in the battle against criminals.Sgt Wallace said such schemes are helping the community to empower themselves and highlighted the situation in Glenties where people were detained for questioning.This came as a result of quick text action and co-operation with local gardai in the moments after the alleged crimes in the area. Gardai also issued the following advice to those at the recent launches of community alert schemes.Burglaries:A seasonal increase in residential burglaries can be tracked annually over late autumn and into the winter months and accounts for a 15% increase across the 12 calendar months. From crime prevention perspective the peak can be used to help focus the minds of the public in keeping their homes protected and secure whilst being vigilant in their community.Key Points:1. Darker evenings are a key driver in increased burglaries. 2. Ensure your house is secure, alarm is working and being used & drawing of curtains or light timer if house is vacant.3. Keep in mind that restricted views by walls overgrown shrubbery can assist the burglar – not deter them – Burglars less likely to be seen.4. Public are encourage to make reports as it gives Gardai best idea of emerging patterns in different areas.5. Remember the rear of your home is the most vulnerable approximately 52% of homes are burgled from rear windows or doors – Remember burglars like seclusion. GARDAI HAIL SUCCESS OF GLENTIES TEXT ALERT AS MORE COMMUNITIES SIGN UP FOR SCHEME was last modified: November 7th, 2014 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:donegalGlentiessuccesstext alertlast_img read more

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first_img “I think we can get to a point where we reduce emissions here and go beyond the goal of no net increase in emissions,” Knatz said. Councilman Tony Cardenas, who chairs the council’s Commerce, Energy and Natural Resources Committee overseeing the port, said he hopes for a quick confirmation. “Geraldine brings good experience to the table,” Cardenas said in a printed statement. “We look forward to seeing her work together with Long Beach and Los Angeles to reduce smog and congestion in the harbor.” The port is one of the major economic engines of the city, creating nearly 18,000 jobs and bringing in cargo valued at $122 billion a year. Villaraigosa is making the second of two key economic appointments this year. Earlier, he brought back Lydia Kennard to head the Los Angeles World Airports agency. He still must make major appointments to the city Planning Department and Community Redevelopment Agency. Rick Orlov, (213) 978-0390 rick.orlov@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals If the City Council approves the appointment, Knatz would become the first woman to head a major U.S. port. She holds master’s and doctorate degrees from the University of Southern California. Her selection was recommended to Villaraigosa by the city Harbor Commission after interviews by a citizens committee. “It feels like I’m coming home,” Knatz said. “It is so exciting to be coming back where I started.” Knatz’s salary has yet to be set. The former general manager, Larry Keller, made $258,000 a year. Knatz said she believes the Los Angeles Harbor, which competes with the Long Beach port for the title as the nation’s busiest, can improve its service to the shipping industry, which has complained about long waits to unload cargo. She also said she believes the port can reduce air pollution from its operations. Seeking to improve operations and enhance community relations, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Wednesday tapped Long Beach’s veteran port administrator to be general manager of the Los Angeles Harbor. Geraldine Knatz, a 24-year employee of the Long Beach port and its managing director since 1999, would take over leadership of a Los Angeles department that has been rocked by scandal and criticized for its relationships with the shipping industry and its neighbors. She has been overseeing a $2.5 billion construction project at the Port of Long Beach. “It was important for me to find someone who has the energy and the ideas we need to keep the (Los Angeles) port competitive and improve it environmentally as well,” Villaraigosa said at a news conference near the harbor. “I was impressed from the start with Geraldine’s energy and what she has done in Long Beach to provide such stiff competition for us.” last_img read more

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first_imgToday sees the launch of the inaugural Ronald McDonald 5k Walk/Fun day with a super event taking place in Letterkenny.The Ronald McDonald House provides accommodation and a caring and supportive environment for families whose children are seriously ill and are hospitalised or undergoing medical treatment at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin in Dublin.This service has helped many families in Donegal down through the years and has made difficult situations a little bit more bearable at a time when they are feeling at their most vulnerable. Now it’s Donegal’s turn to give a little bit back and help the dedicated staff of RMD continue their wonderful work.This Saturday the kind and generous Gerard and Margaret of Lurgybrack Farm, Letterkenny have turned over their wonderful premises to facilitate the first Ronald Mc Donald family fun day. The day kicks off at 1pm and runs to 5pm with a FUN DAY FOR ALL THE FAMILY GUARANTEED.Not only will the farm be fully up and running but many more special attractions will be added for this wonderful event, they include some of your favorite Disney characters courtesy of Paddy Kelly of Donegal Entertainments Management, roaming around the farm with the odd (as in more than one!) Donegal footballer, helping to milk the cows and take a few selfies.For those of you who want to sit and enjoy the fresh air, there will be face painting and music all day provided by the one and only DJ Brian McDaid. Should you feel a bit hungry after all the fresh air and exercise (only a little bit of exercise), food will be available courtesy of “The Kitchen” who will be cooking up a storm on their BBQ. This can all be topped off with a dollop of Ice Cream supplied by Rockets.In between all this fun, madness and mayhem there will be a short walk (Part of the terms and conditions, Sorry!) which will commence at 2pm, followed very quickly by more fun and mayhem.There will also be a raffle running throughout the day with some amazing prices on offer, they include:2 tickets for Daniel O Donnell (formally singer, now dancer!) in Killarney including a meet and greet.Donegal Airport have graciously supplied 2 tickets to Dublin open for the next 6 months A 2012 signed Donegal JerseyA ½ ton of CoalPlus many many more wonderful prizes.So come one, come all, everyone is welcome for what promises to be a great family day out. As it is Donegal, sun, rain, hail and snow can all be expected however with the fantastic indoor areas as well as outdoor areas available at Lurgybrack farm, there will be more than enough to do to keep everyone entertained.See you all there….SUPER DAY PROMISED AT RONALD McDONALD HOUSE WALK/FUN DAY IN LETTERKENNY was last modified: September 12th, 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)last_img read more