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Horse Racing Tips

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Ellen Hails Community Leadership in Ebola Fight

first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has reiterated her admiration for the robust manner in which communities across Liberia combatted the Ebola Virus Disease that ravaged the country.She also expressed gratitude to those who played leadership roles in the various communities during the crisis. She said efforts from the communities, coupled with the interventions of the international community and other partners enabled the country to contain the virus.According to the President, Liberia has been successful thus far in its battle against the EVD because the communities took charge, took leadership and took ownership of the fight.  She further indicated that the Liberian communities must now begin to take on the challenges of their recovery as they did successfully during the Ebola crisis.President Sirleaf made these comments when she delivered the keynote address at the First National Ebola Conference on Thursday. The conference focused on the perspectives of community leaders. The two-day event, organized by IREX and NAYMOTE with funding from USAID, took place at a local resort in Monrovia. “While we applaud our doctors, nurses, the Incident Management System and all of the other medical practitioners who have helped to bring us thus far in the fight against Ebola, we recognize you, the communities, those  leaders who mobilized their [people’s] rapid response that have led to this level of success today.”It may be recalled while speaking with United States   President Obama about the Ebola crisis during her visit to the White House recently, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf paid tribute to the various Liberian communities for their role in the fight.“The one critical element in all of this was our people, particularly our community people. They took responsibility, they took leadership and they took ownership. And going forward, we want to strengthen them,” she told the US leader. President Sirleaf told the conference that Ebola has lifted our spirit of making Liberia a place for each and every Liberian. She lauded the volunteer spirit of young people that were involved in the fight.She noted that the IREX, USAID and NAYMOTE initiative has identified gaps, calling IREX to share this information to enable government to manage any possible recurrence. She described the initiative as a welcome development.The onus is on civil society organizations (CSO) and the media to lead this initiative that will enable us to enhance our growing democracy, she declared.The President noted that with every crisis comes opportunities and we must use these to put our country in a better position.US Ambassador, Deborah Malac said without the involvement of the various communities in the fight against the virus, it could have been a different story.  She lauded the involvement of the various   communities, which has helped to curb the infection so far.“We want to say a very big thanks to the communities and their leaders who said we are not going to allow this disease to beat us.”She disclosed that she and the President have been discussing how to harness the energies and experiences of the communities during the Ebola fight and move these in different directions in  the post-Ebola period.A participant at the conference said communities the world over, many of which are vibrant, enlightened and cooperative, served as the backbone of every society or country, but this has not often been the case in Liberia.This, he said, is because the people continue to live in abject poverty caused by rampant corruption, which has brought about mistrust from the people towards their government. He indicated that the Ebola crisis was totally a different story as it compelled the people to collaborate with their government.“Ordinary citizens took upon themselves, all in an effort to save their communities and to a larger extent the Liberian state. At no time in the recent history of the country had the people closely collaborated with the government on such a unified front, a participant at the ceremony said.”Meanwhile, the conference is a result of 60 Community Leaders’ Forums organized by eight national NGOs through IREX/USAID grants. The input from over 1000 ordinary community leaders in thirteen of Liberia’s fifteen counties revealed common issues across the country and enlightening information on how the communities set about dealing with them.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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Legendary Singer Zack Roberts Chides Young Artists

first_imgZack RobertsLegendary singer and songwriter Zack Roberts has described musicians whose music lyric promote the use of drugs and abuse of women as “untalented and disrespectful.”Zack Roberts, who is noted for hit songs like “Keep on Trying and Sweet Liberia” with his former bandmate Geebah, said it is disheartened that the young generation of musicians are not treading on their path that led to a growing and vibrant music industry, which was destroyed by the country’s 14-year civil war.“The Keep on Trying” singer added that because of their rude and inappropriate music lyric, they continue to remain where they are and will find it difficult to attract investors to Liberia’s struggling music industry.“When we were making music, it was about positive message whether the song was love or societal issue. But nowadays, that’s the contrary, with almost every music coming from these young artists offensive,” Zack Roberts said. “If they are not abusing women, they are talking about drug use—a situation which makes their music repugnant and is causing more harm to the society than good.”Zack added that music has power and influences people to make certain discussion; therefore, music that promotes drug use and abuse women are harmful to the society and should not be allowed on radio stations.“You consider yourself a positive road model, yet you influence the kids to be rude to a woman and encourage them to take drugs. Such music influence kids to misbehave because it is presented to them as a good thing. Call me old school, but their style of music today is not on the path of what we started. As a result, their fame will just be for a while. You cannot expect people who have the resources to invest in your music when you are abusing and leading their kids astray,” he said.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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CoI recommends disciplinary actions against King, senior staff

first_img…for misconduct, incompetenceThirty-one stringent recommendations have been presented to the Local Government Commission (LGC) on Friday as the Commission of Inquiry into the operation of City Hall completed its analysis after careful deliberations.The report was handed over to the Local Government Commission (LGC) by Chairman of the CoI, Justice Cecil Kennard, who was accompanied by legal clerk Sherwin Benjamin.Retire Justice Cecil Kennard presenting some of the findings at the handing over ceremony on FridayTopping the list of recommendations was for disciplinary measures to be taken against senior staffers of the Town Council, along with Town Clerk Royston King as the one who had chiefly committed the gross misconduct.Justice Kennard explained that criminal charges can be instituted, since King leased lands which are owned by the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL).“The Town Clerk has no authority to issue lease…The land in dispute is clearly that of NICIL, and not that of City Hall. I came to that conclusion on the basis of two transports,” he said.NICIL would have provided statements to the Commission via its in-house Attorney, Arianne McLean, which would have detailed that the property was acquired by NICIL in 2002.The Guyana National Engineering Corporation (GNEC) would have vested all of its assets in NICIL and NICIL became the lawful owner of the property. However, King leased the land to a shipping company, which made “questionable” payments.Disciplinary actions have also been recommended for Acting Town Clerk Sharon Harry-Munroe; Internal Auditor Omadeily Newton; City Constable Andrew Foo, and Human Resources Manager Paula Braithwaite for complete incompetence and dereliction of duty.“Evidence reveals that Sharon Harry-Munroe is incompetent [and has committed] dereliction of duty. Then we come to Omadeily Newton, she is completely incompetent…Andrew Foo (is guilty of) dereliction of duty. We then move to Paula Braithwaite…it clearly reveals that she is incompetent.“Newton was appointed as the internal auditor even though she is under-qualified, possessing only a Public Management Degree and therefore lacking accounting qualifications and experience.“On the other hand, Foo was guilty of failing to issue a report in the height of an investigation. The Commission found that no formal report was made until October 17; one day after the Chief Constable had presented himself for questioning after being subpoenaed. This is more than two months after the incident would have occurred. In his defence, Foo stated that a ‘verbal report’ was given.The City Engineer’s Department was under scrutiny for time lapses for plans to be approved, a process that should have taken weeks if all documents were submitted.Meanwhile, it was recommended that City Treasurer Ron Mc Almont, who has been on leave since commencement of this year, proceed on retirement.“The City Treasurer is clearly unwell; and accordingly, he should be made to proceed on retirement, because the evidence reveals that he has been absent from duty since February of this year,” it was stated.The report also called for the Audit Office of Guyana to conduct a forensic audit into the council’s management even as officers are being disciplined.“I am recommending that there be further investigations in the form of a forensic audit to be conducted by the Audit Office of Guyana.”No confidence motionThe CoI also recommended that the Mayor send the no-confidence motion against King to the Local Government Commission for deliberation.The motion was filed by Councillor Sherod Duncan, and it was revealed that the Mayor had allowed King to seek advice from his lawyer Maxwell Edwards, and this was presented to the Council. After that, King had requested that the motion be placed for discussion, but it was brought before the Council.Justice Kennard requested that the Commission take precedence over the matter, since the Council does not have the remit to relieve King of his duties. “The then Deputy Mayor had raised certain serious allegations against the Town Clerk. The Council itself does not have the authority to displace an employee. Now that you have the Local Government Commission, they will have to deal with all matters of discipline.”Unfixed EmployeesAlong with the reimbursement of monies to Bourda vendors whose stalls were destroyed, the Commission called for unfixed employees to be placed on the fixed schedule after serving seven years.Among other things, unfixed employees should be placed on the fixed program after completing seven years, and all retirees must be paid their benefits and gratuity.It was indicated that the councillors should not be paid gratuity, since they only sit at statutory meetings.Tax DefaultersWith outstanding rates in the millions due to defaulting taxpayers, it was recommended that there be moderate increases in the taxes to assist the councillors, as well as strict efforts to retrieve outstanding debts. Conversely, for contractors and retirees who are owed, the Government was suggested as the way forward in clearing these debts.Until the report is studied by commissioners and suitable actions are taken, Chairman of the LGC, Mortimer Mingo, ascertained that the Town Clerk would remain on administrative leave.“The Town Clerk was sent on administrative leave by the Local Government Commission, and until we finish our deliberations and make a determination as to what happens to the Town Clerk…, “said Mingo.Commencing on September 22, the CoI hosted 15 sittings in which 50 persons testified. The hearings were completed on November 2 and the report was crafted after “Herculean” efforts from the Commission.last_img read more

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Jakubowski skates her way to gold medal performances

first_imgJakubowski, 19 years of age, won gold medals in two events, the Technical/Solo category, as well as in the Dance category. Scoring is unique for the figure skating at the games, as rather than adding up points for a total score, athletes begin with a perfect score, which decreases upon mistakes made during their performance.In her two minute and thirty second Technical/Solo run, Jakubowski’s gold medal finish came as a result of only .5 of a point being taken off her beginning score of the technical category, while a single point was taken off her performance in the free skate category.In the Dance category, Jakubowski was deducted a single point, .5 from her Rocker routine and .5 from her Tango. Regardless of the single point deduction, her performance earned her the top spot on the podium after successfully pulling off a variety or challenging moves such as a double loop.- Advertisement -Jakubowski talked about her competition, saying she felt extremely comfortable while skating during her gold medal performances, adding, “I felt really good on the ice and was on my edges during my whole routine.”It was a long road of figure skating to earn the gold two medals at the Games’, as she first had to win a qualifying tournament which took place in Coquitlam, which was followed by a win at the Provincial level.After winning gold medals at the national level, Jakobowski may have the opportunity to represent Canada at the upcoming International Games, which will be held in South Korea. The selection as to whether she will travel overseas will be announced in late April or early May.Advertisement Jakubowski, who started figure skating at age 7, is no stranger to these high levels of competition, as competing in St. Albert was her second time at the Special Olympic Canada Winter Games. A few years ago she competed in Quebec, where she produced very similar results by also winning two gold medals.Despite the amazing achievement, there will be no hiatus from competition for Jakubowski, as she is currently training for a competition in Grande Prairie scheduled for next weekend, where she will be taking on skaters from all across the Peace Region.last_img read more

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Lakers get it only half right in loss

first_img“It was a wilting,” Jackson said. All that was left was for the Lakers to pack up and head home from an 0-4 trip. They dropped their fifth consecutive game and have lost 11 of their past 14, leaving them to wonder if they’ll be able to stay in playoff position in these final 19 games. PHILADELPHIA – The traffic was so thick during the bus ride to the Wachovia Center for Friday’s game that Phil Jackson jokingly attributed it to a flower show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Then came the second half of the Lakers’ 108-92 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers when Jackson’s team, the victim of a 20-3 run to start the final 24 minutes, prompted the coach to continue with the night’s horticultural theme. The only good news for the Lakers was a Denver loss to Detroit, leaving them with a 2 1/2-game lead for sixth place in the Western Conference. ross.siler@dailynews.com (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!center_img Kobe Bryant returned from his one-game suspension and finished with 30 points but made just 3 of 14 shots in the second half. It was just one factor in a half in which the Lakers were outscored, 57-35. “That’s called them going in and making some adjustments and us going and out doing the same thing we did in the first half,” Kwame Brown said. “They put that `Kobe-dar’ on like every team is going to do and nobody else stepped up and made a play.” Said Bryant: “Our execution just fails us because we don’t have the guys out there that know the intricacies of the offense.” The Sixers won their sixth consecutive game while the Lakers remained winless since Lamar Odom was lost to a torn labrum. Jackson spent the third quarter trying to find any combination that worked and contemplated lineup changes later. Andre Iguodala, the Sixers’ third-year guard, finished with 31 points and punctuated a decisive 12-3 run in the third quarter with a 3-pointer while drawing contact from Bryant. He completed the four-point play and scored 14 points in the quarter. last_img
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Pochettino misses another chance to end Tottenham trophy drought

first_imgNow into his sixth season at Spurs, Pochettino is still yet to win a trophy in his managerial career and there are growing signs that the huge progress made under his stewardship has stalled.Tottenham have now won just four of their past 17 games in all competitions and are already 10 points off Premier League leaders Liverpool just six games into the new campaign.After the difficulties of playing at a temporary home in Wembley with a stretched squad for most of the past two years, this season was meant to signal a fresh start.The club’s sparkling new stadium opened in April and Pochettino has been able to add to his squad for the first time in 18 months with the signings of Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon.However, all three have struggled with injuries and the Argentine believes there is a hangover from a summer of uncertainty over the futures of a host of first-team regulars.– ‘Different agendas’ –Christian Eriksen is one of a number of Spurs players into the final year of his contract © AFP / Chris RADBURNEriksen spoke publicly of his desire to leave at the end of last season and the Dane, along with Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld and Danny Rose have entered the final year of their contracts.“When you have an unsettled squad always it’s difficult and you lose time and then you need time to recover the time you lose,” said Pochettino.“That’s where we are. Maybe our performances are good but you need this extra, which is mental, a connection, it’s energy to be all together, not to have different agendas in the squad.“We need time again to build that togetherness that you need when you are competing at this level.”Pochettino is not looking at a quick fix and is already eyeing up the next two transfer windows to refresh a group that appears to have grown stale.“January is going to be a good opportunity to try and fix this type of situation and sort it,” said Pochettino.“Then the next transfer window, again. To keep the successful period in football you need to be different every single season and act differently and find different solution.“Maybe we need to do something different.”Spurs can be grateful that traditional ‘top six’ rivals Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United have also suffered early season struggles, which means they are just three points off the top four ahead of kind run of Premier League fixtures, starting with the visit of Southampton on Saturday.But after four seasons of Champions League football, a top-four finish is no longer enough to satisfy Spurs’ ambitions.“Starting my sixth season I need to lift a trophy,” said Pochettino before the season started.But with Liverpool and Manchester City again running away in the Premier League title race, that leaves winning the FA Cup for the first time in 29 years or a return to the Champions League final as the only realistic options.0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Tottenham lost in the League Cup to fourth-tier Colchester on Tuesday © AFP / Chris RADBURNLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 25 – Less than four months on from losing the Champions League final, Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham saw another chance at a trophy disappear on Tuesday evening in the more humble surroundings of Colchester United as the fourth-tier side progressed to the last 16 of the League Cup on penalties after a 0-0 draw.Despite resting Harry Kane, Pochettino had every reason to believe a team that ended the game with Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Lucas Moura, Erik Lamela and Son Heung-min on the field should have enough firepower to break down a side that sits 10th in League Two, 70 places below Spurs in the English football ladder.last_img read more

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‘It’s the beginning of the end for Mourinho!’ Arsenal fans mock Chelsea after Courtois injury blow

first_img1 Chelsea star Thibaut Courtois Chelsea star Thibaut Courtois is set to miss a big chunk of the season after it was reported he’d had surgery on a knee injury this week.The goalkeeper could be out for around two months, while some news outlets suggest it may even be as long as four months.And, having signed Petr Cech from the Blues in the summer, Arsenal fans were in an incredibly buoyant mood.You can see how they reacted to news of Courtois’ injury below…last_img

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£25m deal for Real Madrid ace, Serie A bid rejected – AFC transfer news

first_imgWhere do Arsenal need to strengthen in January?Manager Arsene Wenger only has until 1 February to bring in new faces after which time he will have to wait until the summer.Mohamed Elneny has joined in a £5m deal, but with first team players like Danny Welbeck, Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla out injured, the boss may be tempted to make more additions and keep them on course in their Premier League title charge.For all the latest transfer rumours, click here and check back on 1 February to follow the talkSPORT deadline day blog live.For all the latest Arsenal news click here. 6 6 6 Jorginho: Napoli reject Arsenal bid for Napoli’s midfielder – According to TuttoMercatoWeb, Arsenal have been told where to go when they approached Napoli with an offer for 24-year-old midfielder Jorginho. The report also says talks between the two clubs could begin again in the summer when the Italian season is over. Napoli are currently top of the league, two points clear of Juventus. Ben Chilwell: Arsenal to fight Tottenham for Leicester defender – click the yellow arrow above, right, to see more Gunners transfer news – Arsenal had a £3m offer for Chilwell rejected in the summer, but are now back in the hunt for the highly-rated Leicester left-back. Tottenham are also rumoured to be interested and the Foxes are keen to tie 19-year-old Chilwell – above, right, challenging Erik Lamela – to a new contract. Isco: Arsenal to move for £25m Real Madrid man in the summer? – Spanish newspaper El Confidential claim Real Madrid midfielder Isco could be available in the summer for £25m. The 23-year-old midfielder has admirers in England and Italy and his club may listen to offers for him. 6 Mathieu Debuchy: Arsenal right-back could leave but only on loan – Debuchy wants to leave Arsenal to seek out more first team football and has an eye on a place in France’s Euro 2016 squad. Aston Villa and Sunderland are the teams linked with the right-back, who is behind Hector Bellerin in the Arsenal side. However, given Carl Jenkinson’s knee injury, the club may only let him leave on loan as Debuchy is the only cover for Bellerin. 6 Andriy Yarmolenko: Have Arsenal already had their bid for the winger accepted? – Ukraine-based outlet, Sport, report that Arsenal have had a £23m offer for Yarmolenko accepted. The winger would provide competition for Joel Campbell, Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck when the latter returns from injury. 6 Nolito: Barca have bid rejected for 29-year-old forward above, right – According to AS in Spain, Barcelona have failed in their attempt to sign Nolito from Celta Vigo, so could Arsenal pounce? The Liga club want interested sides to meet the £13.6m release clause, though Liverpool are also said to be in the hunt, as talkSPORT reported. last_img read more

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Men’s Tennis Upset No. 47 Washington, 4-3

first_imgDoubles competition1. Philips/Wood (DU) def. Sommer/Watanabe (UW) 7-6 (3)2. Gillespie/Hands (DU) def. Douglas/Foley (UW) 7-6 (6)3. Batta/Hakak (UW) def. Clark/Stride (DU) 6-2  Print Friendly Version Washington got on the board with a win at No. 3, but Ben Stride gave Drake a 3-1 lead with a 7-5, 6-2 victory at No. 2. Gillespie, who is ranked 55th nationally in singles, cruised to a 6-3, 6-2 win over Mitch Stewart at No. 1 singles to give Drake a 2-0 lead. Hands clinched the win for the Bulldogs by beating Gal Hakak in a three-set thriller, 4-6, 7-5, 7-6, at No. 4 singles. Singles competition1. Vinny Gillespie (DU) def. Mitch Stewart (UW) 6-3, 6-22. Ben Stride (DU) def. Enzo Sommer (UW) 7-5, 6-23. Jake Douglas (UW) def. Barny Thorold (DU) 7-6, 6-14. Tom Hands (DU) def. Gal Hakak 4-6, 7-5, 7-65. Amit Batta (UW) def. Bayo Philips (DU) 3-6, 6-4, 7-66. Piers Foley (UW) def. Ben Clark (DU) 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 Drake 4, No. 47 Washington 3March 4, 2017 at Minnesota, Minn.(Baseline Tennis Center)center_img The Bulldogs will have little time to savor their win as they square off against No. 32 Minnesota on Sunday at 12 p.m. “Doubles tipped the match in our favor and what a great job by Ben Wood digging out one of the most difficult volleys I’ve seen to save a match point.  And then win it in a tiebreaker,” said Kozlowski. The Huskies managed to tie it up at 3-3 with three-set wins at No. 5 and No. 6. The doubles point proved to be the deciding point as the Bulldog gridded out victories on courts one and two to secure the pivotal point. Tom Hands and Vinny Gillespie won court two with a 7-6 victory over Jake Douglas and Piers Foley. Ben Wood and Bayo Philips clinched the doubles point with tiebreaker victory of their own on court one. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Drake University men’s tennis upset No. 47 Washington, 4-3, on Saturday at the Baseline Tennis Center in Minneapolis. “What a way for this team to bounce back after a disappointing trip to Oregon last weekend,” Drake head coach Davidson Kozlowski said. “Somehow, we found a way to win the big points today. We have been letting those chances slip the past few times out. We had great determination and effort from everyone.”last_img read more

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