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first_imgHorse Racing TipsCAYMANAS TRACK LIMITED TIPSTERS’ COMPETITION Racedate : 28/03/2016CABLE SPORT NETWORK TRACK & POOLS RJR DAILY GLEANER1. DREAMLINER DREAMLINER DREAMLINER DREAMLINER2. THEGREATALLIANCE THEGREATALLIANCE RAWALPINDI EXPRESS RAWALPINDI EXPRESS3. WILL IN CHARGE BIG MISTAKE WILL IN CHARGE WILL IN CHARGE4. #DANCEHALL SWEET DANCEHALL SWEET DANCEHALL SWEET DANCEHALL SWEET5. EAZY STEPPING #GIRSHOM SEQUOYAH EAZY STEPPING6. DILIGENT BLUE MOON #BLUE MOON #BLUE MOON7. ST. BERNARD FLYING MIRACLE ST. BERNARD FLYING MIRACLE8. BRAVE PROSPECT #BOLD AVIATOR BRAVE PROSPECT BRAVE PROSPECT9. DR. TRAIN DR. TRAIN MISTER BONES BOLD SYMPHONY10. #RED FLAG SHINING LIGHT SILVER CLOUD SHINING LIGHT11. PERFECT FLYER PERFECT FLYER PERFECT FLYER #PERFECT FLYERNEWS TALK 93 WESTERN MIRROR STAR KLAS1. DREAMLINER DREAMLINER AWESOME DESTINY2. #RAWALPINDI EXPRESS THEGREATALLIANCE RAWALPINDI EXPRESS3. WILL IN CHARGE WILL IN CHARGE WILL IN CHARGE4. BUCK CALL BUCK CALL URBAN PRINCIPAL5. GIRSHOM SMART TRAIN GIRSHOM6. THAT’S THE MAN #BLUE MOON BLUE MOON7. #FLYING MIRACLE #FLYING MIRACLE #INFANTRY OFFICER8. BRAVE PROSPECT BRAVE PROSPECT BRAVE PROSPECT9. DR. TRAIN NEHEMIAH DYSFUNCTIONAL10. SILVER CLOUD SHINING LIGHT SHINING LIGHT11. CLASSICAL TRAIN BATTLE SONG #BATTLE SONGCVM TV TVJ IRIE FM POWER 1061. AWESOME DESTINY DREAMLINER #DREAMLINER DREAMLINER2. DEPUTY HEADGIRL THEGREATALLIANCE DEPUTY HEADGIRL THEGREATALLIANCE3. WILL IN CHARGE WILL IN CHARGE #WILL IN CHARGE BIG MISTAKE4. #BUCK CALL DANCEHALL SWEET DANCEHALL SWEET BURNING EXIT5. SEQUOYAH GIRSHOM SEQUOYAH GIRSHOM6. #WAR ADVOCATE #BLUE MOON BLUE MOON BLUE MOON7. INFANTRY OFFICER FLYING MIRACLE FLYING MIRACLE #INFANTRY OFFICER8. BRAVE PROSPECT BRAVE PROSPECT BRAVE PROSPECT #AGAKHAN9. DR. TRAIN BOLD SYMPHONY DR. TRAIN NEHEMIAH10. RED FLAG SHINING LIGHT RED FLAG RED FLAG11. PERFECT FLYER #HAWKEYE PERFECT FLYER PERFECT FLYERJAMAICA OBSERVER SPORTS GLOBE1. DREAMLINER BLUE DIXIE2. THEGREATALLIANCE THEGREATALLIANCE3. WILL IN CHARGE WILL IN CHARGE4. #EXECUTIVE CHARM BAY COMMANDER5. SEQUOYAH GIRSHOM6. BLUE MOON #BLUE MOON7. FLYING MIRACLE FLYING MIRACLE8. BRAVE PROSPECT BRAVE PROSPECT9. NEHEMIAH #BOLD SYMPHONY10. SHINING LIGHT DWAYNE STAR11. #PERFECT FLYER PERFECT FLYERlast_img read more

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RCMP search for two vehicles after numerous gun shots

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first_imgView Gun shots in Fort St. John in a larger map The Fort St. John RCMP are searching for two vehicles after shots were fired early Sunday morning.- Advertisement -On May 29 at approximately 12:50 a.m., the Fort St. John RCMP received a call of shots being fired at the intersection of 86 street and 109 avenue. A number of residents in the area reported hearing numerous gunshots involving two vehicles.The first vehicle is described as a grey 2003 or newer Dodge pickup truck and the second is described as a silver, late 1990s Pontiac Grand Prix, Grand-am or Monte Carlo style car.The vehicles were last seen traveling south on 86 street crossing 100 avenue.If you have any further information about this incident, please call the RCMP at 250-787-8140 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. You can submit a tip online at www.crimestoppersnebc.ca Advertisementlast_img read more

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Swindon keen on signing George Moncur, son of Robins legend John

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first_img George Moncur in action against Tottenham in this season’s FA Cup 1 Swindon are keen on a move for ex-West Ham youngster George Moncur – the son of Robin legend John.It has been suggested that the 22-year-old will be allowed to leave Colchester United this summer following the Essex club’s relegation from League One.And now Swindon are among the clubs interested in landing him should he become available.Former West Ham star John Moncur spent two years as a Swindon player between 1992 and 1994, during which time George was born in the town.And the midfielder, who came through the ranks with the Hammers, could be headed back to his ‘hometown’ club.Moncur scored 20 goals in 86 league outings for Colchester since his arrival in 2014.last_img

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IT’S 90 NOT OUT FOR IRELAND’S OLDEST WORKER!

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first_imgThe craic was ’90’ as Ireland’s oldest working lady celebrated nine decades with family and friends.Mary Lafferty is a familiar face at Killybegs Community Hospital.But far from being a client of the hospital, Mary works at the centre where she walks to and from her house nearby each day. Not only does Mary help to teach computers at the hospital but she even helps give other clients a keep fit regime on a daily basis!Last year, Mary was entered into TV3’s Oldest Working Person in Ireland, where she picked up the Oldest Working Woman in Ireland title and appeared on Ireland AM to receive her prize.Mary had managed to keep her age a ‘national secret’ up until last year, when she had to disclose it for the competition!!Hospital staff and clients celebrated with Mary in the day hospital in Killybegs on Friday where staff even had a picture of Mary put on a cake. Mary is planning to celebrate in style today with all her family including all her great grandchildren, the actual day of her birthday. IT’S 90 NOT OUT FOR IRELAND’S OLDEST WORKER! was last modified: October 28th, 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:Ireland’s oldest workerKillybegs Community HospitalMary Laffertylast_img read more

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DONEGAL EMPLOYER FINED FOR NOT PAYING THE MINIMUM WAGE

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first_imgBy Rachel McLaughlin: A Co. Donegal man apologised to a judge after admitting that he had paid two employees salaries below the minimum wage.Letterkenny District Court heard Ciaran Porter, 429 Cavan Hill, Lifford, was paying his two employees wages of €8 and €7.50 per hour for part-time work over a nine month period.They should have received €8.50 per hour. When Judge Paul Kelly asked Porter what was he doing employing people under the minimum wage, he replied, “I didn’t know what the minimum wage was”.Porter operated two stores in Lifford and Raphoe. He is no longer trading.He has since taken over his father’s coal delivery service, where he now works part-time, said Porter who represented himself.Inspector Thomas Hayes of the National Employment Registry Authority told the court that he was notified that Porter’s employees were receiving payment below national minimum wage limits.Through conversations with employees, he then sent letters requesting for payment details under the Payment of Wages Act 1991.Inspector Hayes told the court that Porter failed to attend an appointment arranged by him. Porter told him over the phone that he was unable to produce employment records. After a 14-day demand, Inspector Hayes requested that a summons be issued.Porter apologised to the court. He said he was going through a tax audit at the time that Inspector Hayes requested employment details. He said he assumed that Revenue could get the details from the audit information that they already had.Porter said he amended the shortfall in the wages to €8.50 after he received the phonecall from Inspector Hayes.Judge Kelly said Porter should have been aware of the National Minimum Wage through the media.He was fined €500.DONEGAL EMPLOYER FINED FOR NOT PAYING THE MINIMUM WAGE was last modified: September 4th, 2013 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:District Courtletterkennyminimum wagelast_img read more

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THE HOOPS REPORT: WE WERE ROBBED, SAYS LENNON

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first_imgFROM NEIL DOHERTY IN GLASGOW: It’s a familiar claim from a beaten team – We Were Robbed – but that is what Neil Lennon believes after losing to Athletico Madrid at Parkhead 1-0 tonight.Arda Turan’s speculative strike after 30 minutes won it for the Spaniards..in bizarre fashion.Celtic captain Beram Kayal ducked to avoid Turan’s strike and it sailed past Forster into the back of the net. But Lennon insisted his players were equal to the Spanish visitors.“I thought we matched Atletico for the majority of the game – if not bettered them,” said Lennon.“It was an excellent performance, and I thought we deserved better from it.”Gary Hooper had a goal disallowed for Celtic during the second half of the match when Anthony Stokes helped set it up with his arm. The Spanish giants are through to the knock-out stages while Celtic must travel to Udinese and win….something Celtic don’t do..win away in Europe!“It’s a tall order – Udinese are an excellent side,” said Lennon.“We haven’t won away from home in a long while, but we’ll give it everything we’ve got.Lennon didn’t want to blame Kayal for the goal either!“He mis-judged the flight of the ball and Fraser didn’t see it until late, so he couldn’t really do much about it,” said Lennon. “He did his best, which was a split-second reaction.“I’m not going to be over-critical of the goal – they defended the corner well. It just got through a ruck of bodies and he didn’t see it until late.“Up until that, it was the only difference between the sides. We created more chances tonight than we did against Rennes and we didn’t win the game.“We played well against a top quality side, and, if anything, I think it’ll give us more determination. “There were some brilliant performances out there tonight – [Georgios] Samaras and Kayal didn’t look out of place – I thought they were among the best players on the pitch.“But for a bit of luck, we would have won the game.”Ever the optimist our Neil!THE HOOPS REPORT: WE WERE ROBBED, SAYS LENNON was last modified: December 1st, 2011 by BrendaShare 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:Celtichoops reportlast_img read more

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Steve Dilbeck: Dodgers’ vision seemingly unclear

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first_img What does it say about the current plight of the organization that someone would actually turn down a chance to manage the Dodgers? How far has this organization fallen? Normally candidates would sell their first born for the opportunity to manage the Dodgers. But why would a hot, veteran managerial prospect want to manage this team? Exactly who are these Dodgers? When will they win again? They remain an organization in turmoil. They herald their promising minor leaguers, most at the Double-A level, while still trying to make noise about winning now. They tried that last year. That would be the team that went 71-91. Professional teams in Los Angeles do not rebuild, unless you’re the Clippers and make it your modus operandi. But the Dodgers are in trouble. They have owners who have been unable to convince the marketplace they are truly interested in winning. They cut payroll, reduce staff, sell more signage and then … fire the public relations director! What is the vision of this franchise? If you were going to be its next manager, that would be the first thing you’d need to know. Is there an answer? If you’re Valentine and several clubs end up interested in bringing you back to the major leagues to manage, do you want to gamble on the Dodgers being able to contend? At age 55? The Dodgers could use a manager with personality, who would be a definite presence in the clubhouse and dugout. Who might actually be able to sell a ticket or two. Who on DePodesta’s list would pique any fan interest? DePodesta won’t say exactly what qualifications he’s looking at, in what will clearly be the most important hire of his career; his future with the Dodgers will be determined by the success of this hire. DePodesta would not comment for this column. He is speaking only to the beat writers in occasional conference calls. He told them Tuesday: “We have an awful lot of attributes we’ll be looking at. As you go through that list (of candidates), they all share quite a few of those attributes. “It’s hard to say there is necessarily one thing (that ties them together). I certainly think there are some common attributes among all of them.” Asked to be more specific about the qualifications, he said: “There are too many to list. Our list is pretty lengthy. “I also don’t want to give too much away in terms of what it is we’re actually looking for, especially if we bring in additional candidates. It wouldn’t be fair to the earlier candidates to broadcast what we’re looking for.” Yes, by all means bring in more. Maybe he does talk to Valentine. Kirk Gibson and Orel Hershiser have been mentioned as possible candidates. Gibson has never been a manager, but certainly his fire would be intriguing. Gibson would do things his way, however, and the most suspected qualification for the opening is being able to do DePodesta’s bidding. Frank McCourt has said he will be actively involved in the hiring, which is curious, since he claimed to have nothing to do with Jim Tracy’s exit. It feels too much like a circus, and if the ring master knows what he wants next, it’s not apparent by his action. — Steve Dilbeck can be reached at (818) 713-3607. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! That does not speak to someone who knows what they want, the type of manager they desire at the helm. That does not sound like DePodesta, who, say what you want about his decisions, at least has always acted like a guy who knew exactly what he wanted. Yet if DePodesta really has identified what it is he’s looking for in the next Dodgers’ manager, it is not obvious in his crazy-quilt of a candidate list. All but Valentine have already received an interview. Valentine is currently managing in Japan’s championship series and has not officially been identified as a candidate, although you know Tommy Lasorda is pushing hard for him. Tuesday, Braves hitting coach Terry Pendleton, scheduled for an interview with DePodesta today, withdrew as a candidate. The Dodgers said it was because Pendleton wanted to remain in Atlanta with his family, although he oddly did interview with Tampa Bay on Monday. HOW about that Dodgers’ managerial search? All dazzled? All giddy at the prospects? center_img Let’s see, exactly what are they looking for? A veteran, proven manager like Bobby Valentine? An up-and-comer, but unknown like Giants bench Ron Wotus? Retreads Terry Collins and Alan Trammell? Successful minor league managers like Jerry Royster or Torey Lovullo? General manager Paul DePodesta’s search appears all over the map. last_img read more

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GORTAHORK’S LINK WITH DISTINGUISHED AUTHOR SPARKS WEEKEND OF CELEBRATIONS

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first_imgWhen Brian O’Nolan (Myles na gCopaleen, Flann O’ Brien) finished his degree exams in University College Dublin it wasn’t to Maguluf he headed with his with his friends but to Gortahork.There was a good reason that he chose Gortahork and this year, for the first time, we are celebrating the connection that the small Gaeltacht town has with one of the most celebrated writers of the last century. This is the man who wrote An Béal Bocht, The Third Policeman and The Dalkey Archive. It would be hard to quantify the extent of the influence of Gortahork and its inhabitants on the imagination, language and comic understanding of the writer.It was in Gortahork that Micheál, his father, learnt his Irish, it was to Gortahork that they came on their family holidays and it was from Gortahork their parents employed the help needed to raise the large family and to maintain Irish as the spoken language of the household regardless of where they happened to live.On Saturday the 28th & Sunday the 29th of June 2014 the last surviving member of Brian’s family, his brother Micheál, the celebrated artist, will be present to kickstart the events.There will be a cycling trip following the route of the original cycling tour that Myles/Brian/Flann took, where stopping for ‘a pint of plain’ will be compulsory. Dr Nollaig Mac Congáil, an authority on the work of Myles na gCopaleen will be among the speakers and local performers will read from the authors work. Former RTÉ and Ros na Rún actor Diarmuid de Faoite will read from An Béal Bocht. There will be, without doubt, a Feis Ghaelach where Belfast reggae group, Bréag, will headline proceedings.Join us for this historical weekend – there will never be its like again. Further infomation from Deirdre Learmont ag 087 6222204.   GORTAHORK’S LINK WITH DISTINGUISHED AUTHOR SPARKS WEEKEND OF CELEBRATIONS was last modified: June 17th, 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:BRIAN O’NOLANdonegalFLANN O’BRIENgortahorkTHE THIRD POLICEMANlast_img read more

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DONEGAL FAMILY GETS EXTRA RESOURCE HOURS FOR THEIR CHILD IN HIGH COURT BATTLE

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first_imgA Donegal family is one of two who have taken a High Court challenge over resource hours for their children who have special needs.The two families, whose children are Down Syndrome, have been successful in getting more than four extra hours for their children each week.The extra hours were granted by President of the High Court, Justice Nicholas Kearns. Speaking after the case, Sinn Fein’s Pearse Doherty said he was very happy for both families.“I am delighted that the parents have been successful in the High Court challenge and that the maximum resource hours have been allocated to the children at the centre of this case.“Today’s outcome is a vindication of the long campaign that the parents have fought to ensure that their children receive the appropriate resource hour allocation. I commend them on their tireless campaign and on their victory today.“It is also an indictment of the Government’s approach to this issue and I look forward to the day when parents of children with Down Syndrome or other conditions no longer have to battle with the state in order to ensure that their children’s needs are recognised and appropriate supports put in place.”DONEGAL FAMILY GETS EXTRA RESOURCE HOURS FOR THEIR CHILD IN HIGH COURT BATTLE was last modified: June 27th, 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)last_img read more

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Big Bang “Breakthrough” May Be False

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first_img(Visited 32 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Criticisms of the BICEP announcement are coming in, and could overturn the highly-publicized announcement that “inflation” has been discovered.It was supposed to be a shoo-in for a Nobel Prize, but the shoe may not fit.  Science Magazine and other sites have announced a potential fatal flaw in the March announcement that a signal confirming cosmic inflation (3/17/14) was detected from the Antarctic instrument site.  In “Blockbuster Big Bang Result May Fizzle, Rumor Suggests,” Science Now explains that a crucial factor, foreground microwave “noise,” may not have been subtracted out properly.To subtract the galactic foreground, BICEP researchers relied on a particular map of it generated by the European Space Agency’s spacecraft Planck, which mapped the CMB across the entire sky from 2009 until last year. However, the BICEP team apparently interpreted the map as showing only the galactic emissions. In reality, it may also contain the largely unpolarized hazy glow from other galaxies, which has the effect of making the galactic microwaves coming from any particular point of the sky look less thoroughly polarized than they actually are. So using the map to strip out the galactic foreground may actually leave some of that foreground in the data where it could produce a spurious signal, Falkowski explains. “Apparently, there is something that needs to be corrected, so at this point the BICEP result cannot be taken at face value,” he tells Science.BICEP researchers are not ready to concede the point, however. Clement Pryke, a cosmologist at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and a co-principal investigator for the BICEP team, acknowledges that the foreground map is an important and thorny issue. Part of the problem is that the Planck team has not made the raw foreground data available, he says. Instead, BICEP researchers had to do the best they could with a PDF file of that map that the Planck team presented at a conference. Moreover, Pryke says, conversations with members of the Planck team leave it uncertain exactly what is in the key plot. “It is unclear what that plot shows,” he says.The upcoming Planck map of foreground “could make the BICEP signal go away,” the article says.  Since the Planck results will not be published till October, nobody will know if the announcement was a blockbuster or a bust.  Meanwhile, the BICEP team stands by their paper.How could a team be so careless as to rely on a PDF file of a map, without knowing what it represents?  Was this a rush to publish for fame?  It happens.  Remember the eagerness in the young cosmologist’s knock on Andrei Linde’s door to see his delight at apparently having his view of inflation confirmed?  Scientists have egos like other people.  The lure of priority or prize money can trump modesty.  Now, all those positivist proclamations could come crashing down.  We’ll have to wait and see.last_img read more

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