222 million euro deal for Neymar ‘not expensive’, says Mourinho “Too many turnovers for us. Too many fouls committed also. We had 26 turnovers, we had 31 fouls that led to 28 free throws, so,” said Racela.The KaTropa were whistled for personal fouls 11 times more than the Beermen, who went 19-of-28 from the line.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’TNT took a trip to the free throw line just eight times with import Michael Craig Jr., who played 35 minutes and took 25 shots, never having any chance to shoot freebies.“At least, we had eight free throws. They might say something about it so…” said Racela smiling. LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netTNT head coach Nash Racela turned his attention to the KaTropa’s sloppy play and foul woes in their loss to San Miguel Beer Wednesday.Cautious with his words, Racela contained himself from elaborating further on the foul situation.ADVERTISEMENT McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson MOST READ View comments 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans “It’s hard. We just have to learn to adjust. That’s just how it is,” he added.Despite having to deal with a huge disparity on free throws, TNT was still in it until the latter part of the fourth quarter where San Miguel pulled away behind June Mar Fajardo.Fajardo scored 12 of his game-high 27 points in the final frame.ADVERTISEMENT Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’
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The Chief Economist and Vice President of the African Development Bank Group, Professor Mthuli Ncube, has stressed the need for youth and women empowerment in African countries should growth of the African economy be realized.Briefing the media Tuesday, May 20, at the AfDB conference center in Kigali, Rwanda, Professor Ncube stressed among other things that policy makers in African countries should create the condition that will enable youths to acquire vocational training in various technical disciplines, which would enable them get jobs.He added that access to finance is cardinal to the growth of the economy, considering that if people have access, it will help them engage in entrepreneurship that also has trigger down effect on youths with technical skills to have job opportunities.He also stressed that women’s involvement in entrepreneurship helps to bring economic boost, noting that gender balance in economy eases tension associated with dependency.Earlier, the AfDB Vice President and Chief Economist indicated that for Africa to achieve what its people need in the next 50 years, such empowerment should be provided by policy makers.The theme of the 49th annual meeting of the AfDB is “The Next 50 Years: The Africa We Want.”As the case may be, Professor Ncube mentioned that there is no doubt about the need for peace, prosperity, integration, stronger voice in world economy and people-centered Africa.Highlighting some issues discussed in various sessions, he mentioned transparency and accountability, and Africa transformation as highly sensitive topics on agenda.Comparing the growth of economies in Africa, Prof. Ncube noted that Southern Africa is growing strongly with South Africa topping while West Africa has a strong growth with Nigeria rising above the rest.He underscored the challenge of property right to be hampering most African countries in engaging into Agricultural venture that many Africans have as an occupation. He suggested that women be allowed to have some property rights and policy be put in place to deal with strangulation resulting from property right to allow people have land to make farms.He also mentioned lack of feeder roads in many African countries as impediment to economic growth for the greater majority who rely on Agriculture to earn their living. Making reference to Rwanda where the meeting for the AfDB currently ongoing, Professor Ncube praised the country for its current road condition which he said is empowering citizens to bring their products to the market.Speaking on AfDB’s progress in Africa, Prof. Ncube said the bank has invested in many African countries through commercial banks to enable citizens have access to loan to meet their economic demands. The African Development Bank according to the Vice President has also funded many infrastructural development projects in many countries, including Liberia.One of its projects in Liberia is the Fish Town Harper Highway pavement which commenced about two years ago.As the 49th meeting has commenced, stakeholders are in sessions discussing relevant economic issues that will bring transformation to the continent in the next fifty years.Among the issues discussed are Agriculture, Infrastructure, Gender Resource Governance, Conflict in South Sudan and Investment.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has said that the economy of Liberia will be restored to its full potential, where all citizens will benefit equally from their nation’s resources.The Liberian leader made the assertion Wednesday, May 28, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where she delivered her nationwide address on the state of the Liberian economy.According to the President, in order to restore Liberia’s economy to its full potentials effort will require changes in officials, prosecutions of offenders, challenges to partners, as well as reforms in policies and actions.Based on that, President Sirleaf said it would require various branches of government to continuously working together for the common good of those they were elected to serve.She stated that the country’s economy needs to be expanded to ensure that all Liberians participate in order to break down the walls of monopolies.“This is why all of us have determined and agreed that by the year 2030, more Liberians must have climbed from poverty to prosperity,” she indicated.“It therefore means that each of us (government) and private sector, civic society and non-governmental organizations, legislators and judges, community leaders and the media, students and workers – each of us, without necessarily compromising the demands of our individual callings, must also continue to act in ways that will ensure that ever so increasingly, more Liberians are enabled to work for and earn a decent living,” the President stated.Madam Sirleaf said Liberians should not just wait for a government job but must be empowered to own their own businesses and employ others.“Through these self-empowerment initiatives, more Liberians will be able to pay their bills, send their children to school, care for their families, travel if they desire,” she added.Madam Sirleaf noted that the Liberian economy remains fundamentally strong and poised to achieve its status among the comity of nations.“We will pass a budget. We will do this not because we will agree on everything the budget will contain, but because the overall leadership of our country remains in total agreement on a shared responsibility to lift all Liberians.”She said, however, that the economy is people. People in private business, people in official entities, must play their roles without prejudice in pursuing their goals.Notwithstanding these serious efforts, the rate of growth projected for 2014 is at 5.8 percent, which falls short of the growth rate projected in the Agenda for Transformation that calls for at least 8 percent annual growth rate “if “we are to stay on track in becoming a middle-income country by 2030.”
Photo: The fatal collision occurred Friday morning at the intersection of Highway 97 and the Dangerous Goods Road./Donna IllerbrunOne man has died after a motor vehicle collision in Dawson Creek.- Advertisement -The collision happened Friday morning at the intersection of Highway 97 and the Dangerous Goods Route.Dawson Creek RCMP have just released details about the incident, saying a truck broadsided a car at around 10:30 a.m.Ralph Waite, an elderly, long-time resident of Fort St. John, was a passenger in the car and passed away in hospital on Sunday.A memorial tea will be held in his memory at 2 p.m. on Thursday at the Charlie Lake Hall.Advertisement Police are continuing to investigate the collision and are asking anyone with information to contact Constable Sanderson at 250-784-3700.
By The Associated Press MOUNT BALDY VILLAGE – A sword-wielding hiker nearly severed the arm of another man during a confrontation on a mountain trail, authorities said Monday. Wesley Brockway, 26, of Ontario was booked for investigation of assault with a deadly weapon a short time after the Sunday afternoon attack, said Detective Sgt. Dave Barker of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Brockway remained jailed Monday. There was no Brockway telephone listing in Ontario or surrounding areas. Three men set off Sunday to meet a friend along the trail when an argument escalated and one of the hikers started swinging a baseball bat and another pulled out a large sword, investigators said. “Evidently, he always goes hiking with a sword,” Barker said Monday. “One guy got his arm almost severed.” The wounded man, whose name was withheld, was hospitalized at San Antonio Community Hospital. His condition Monday wasn’t disclosed. Detectives were heading back up the mountain Monday to find the sword, the sergeant said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Loreto, Letterkenny 3 Ursuline, Sligo 2: GERALDINE McLAUGHLIN scored a hat-trick as Loreto Secondary School, Letterkenny, advanced to their first Umbro FAIS Senior Girls final since 1991 as they overcame Ursuline College, Sligo, at Finn Park, Ballybofey, yesterday.McLaughlin scored the first goal from close range after 13 minutes and although the insipriational Emma Hansberry equalised for the Sligo school on 25 minutes, McLaughlin seized on a defensive error to pounce again seven minutes later.Hansberry fired in a wonderful 20-yard shot to leave the sides level at the break but McLaughlin got what proved to be the winner with a long-range strike mid-way through the second half. Ursuline were unlucky not to force the game into extra-time when Hansberry hit the crossbar with a well-weighted free late on.Loreto will now face the winners of tomorrow’s second semi-final between St Angela’s, Waterford, and Eureka, Kells, in the decider on March 22nd.LORETO, LETTERKENNY: O’Donnell, Gallagher, Crawford, Carr, McKinney, Harper, Thompson, Grant, Doherty, McLaughlin, Sweeney (Diver 60 mins).URSULINE COLLEGE, SLIGO: Feeney, Clancy, Ewing, Fowley, Monaghan, Boles, Hansberry, O’Boyle, White (Ferrigan 60 mins), Finnesan (McCole 40 mins), Sheerin. Referee: B O’Kane (Donegal).LORETO THROUGH TO SENIOR GIRLS FINAL! was last modified: March 9th, 2011 by gregShare 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)
All at Voodoo Venue are delighted that Jim Mc Guinness and his fantastic team have made it into the All Ireland Final.Recognized as the main ENTERTAINMENT HQ for the North West, Voodoo Venue Letterkenny really has everything to offer this weekend.There is a super line-up of entertainment for people of all genres to enjoy. Friday we welcome back the great band Project 37 from 11pm to 1am followed by DJ Kevin Lennon till late, he loves music, what you request WILL BE PLAYED.Voodoo Venue also presents DJ Paddy Friel in Main Club from 11.30pm admission €5 with a free cocktail to all ladies before 12.30 am.SATURDAY in Voodoo Lounge it’s one of the best bands local bands The Humble Earth Worms with lead singer Paul Ward.Club Voodoo presents DJ Philip McEnvoy all the way from Newry, he will be spinning his tunes on the main floor of Voodoo Club. And if you wanna feel like you haven’t left your sitting room Vintage presents special DJ’s Kaidi Tatham and Kwa Kid Cam, from Donegal but his music is truly international.He has been playing records across Ireland and the UK for over 15 years and has just been snapped up to represent Bounce at this year’s Electric Picnic.Supporting the likes of Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45s), Pete Isaac (Jelly Jazz), Kaidi Tatham (Bugz In The Attic), Spiritual South Sound System and Australia’s No.1 live funk band ‘The Bamboos’ Kid Cam is very much about getting moods and maintaining dance floor energy.Specialising in Dancefloor rockin’ Funk, Soul and Reggae, spiced up with the best of Nu-Funk, Breaks, Beats, Latin, Hip Hop, Drum & Bass all for the benefit of the dance floor.If you want to book a table contact the Facebook page, email email@example.com or text Emer on 0868696943 Vintage is open from 9pm and is FREE until 11pm.Sunday we have Honky Tonk Heros in Voodoo lounge from 5pm with Rack House Phlifer on stage from 10.30pm.Voodoo Venue -something for everyone this weekend check or Facebook for special promos and dealsHave you all checked out our new Guestlist/Cheaplist app called Glistrr. Simply go to the following link to get into Club Voodoo cheaper every Tuesday/ Friday or Saturday http://glist.me/voodooFORGET THE TWIN CAM YOU’LL BE ‘DIFFING’ TO THE SOUNDS OF THE ‘KID CAM’ AT VOODOO VENUE was last modified: September 5th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:EnertainmentFeaturesnewsVoodoo Venue
SANTA CLARITA – When Fern Plizga died in September, her husband, Albert, and daughters Lynn Yale and Diane Bouchard wanted to do something special in her memory. During the time they spent visiting Plizga at the Santa Clarita Convalescent Hospital, they came to know many of the residents, becoming friendly with several over time. And they wanted to do something significant at the hospital in honor of their wife and mother. Yale contacted the Assistance League of Santa Clarita for ideas. Yale was familiar with the organization’s Family Ties philanthropic project, which brings birthday gifts and home-cooked meals to the residents. “This is a nice way to keep her memory alive through the warmth provided by the blankets,” Yale said. The league has been involved with the hospital since 1990, said Ruby Garcia, the hospital’s activities director. For information on Assistance League, visit the group’s Web site at www.assistanceleague-alsc.org or call (661) 255-1991.160Want 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 MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake Working with with the hospital and Assistance League, the family set up a special fund for friends and family of Fern Plizga to collect donations for the patients. “I saw a need, and I wanted to find a way to help the residents where Mom had such good care,” Yale said. With the contributions, the league bought 90 blankets – one for each patient. The gifts were wrapped by the Assisteens, the chapter’s auxiliary made up of teenagers, and presented Thursday. Assistance League President Jackie Hamby received some curious looks as she wheeled in her shopping baskets piled high with the blankets but said she was more than happy to let the onlookers know what was up. Yale said she felt the gifts were special because “Mom always had a quilt or blanket with her.”
This is Maroons frist win of the 2019/20 season.Uganda Premier League Maroons 1-0Kyetume FCMaroons FC defeated new league entrants Kyetume FC 1-0 at the Luzira grounds in the Uganda Premier League on Tuesday.Rashid Agau scored an early goal in the 12th minute to give the prisoners the lead.It’s the visitors that threatened first inside the first five minutes of the match but couldn’t beat Maroons FC debutant custodian Hannington Ssebwalunyo.It’s in 12th minute when Agau slotted in past custodian Joel Mutakubwa to send the average home crowd into celebration.Kyetume would have levelled matters but Patrick Ochan’s efforts was cleared off the line by Maroons right back Eddy Kapampa.There were no further changes to the score with Maroons holding on to their advantage as the opening half drew to a close.In the second quarter, veteran Seif Batte replaced Patrick Ochan for Kyetume FC.Two minutes later, the hosts also made changes introducing Bronson Nsubuga for William Kiibi and shortly Abraham Tusubira for goal scorer Rashid Agau.With the clock running down, Kyetume head coach George ‘Best’ Nsimbe in a desparate attempt to salvage atleast a point introduced Denis Lubowa for match day one hero Cephas Kambugu.With a quarter to the end of normal time, Maroons made their final change with Ronald Orombi coming on for Pius Obuya and so did Kyetume with Ibrahim Kazindula taking the place of Robert Ssentongo.This was Douglas Bamweyana’s first win of the season after taking over Maroons FC.Rashid Agu also won the man of the match award courtesy of Pilsner Lager.Maroons FC XIHannington Ssebwalunyo, Sylvester Okello, Edward Kabona, Patrick Bayiga, Eddie Kapampa, Davis Mayanja, Felix Okot, Pius Obuya, Solomon Walusimbi, Rashid Agau, William KiibiSubsEmmanuel Akol, Bronson Nsubuga, Joel Ogwanga, Junior Amannya, Ronald Orombi, Belmos Opio, Abraham TusibilaKyetume Football Club XIJoel Mutakubwa, Julius Ntambi, Samson Mutyaba, Jonathan Mugabi, Benon Tahomera, Isaac Kirabira, Vincent Kayizi, Deo Iseijja, Robert Ssentongo, Patrick Ochan, Cephas KambuguSubstitutesSalim Sowedi, Lutaya Phileomon, Steven Kagoda, Steven Sande, Denis Lubowa, Julius Lule, Saife Batte.Comments Tags: Kyetume FCMaroons FCRashid AgauStarTimes Uganda Premeir League