How to help the Taal evacuees LATEST STORIES WARRIORS 142, TIMBERWOLVES 110Golden State shot 60 percent from the field (51 of 85) and 61 percent (20 for 33) from behind the arc.Rookie Jordan Bell made all five shots and scored 11 points, while Draymond Green also scored 11.Karl-Anthony Towns scored 16 points and Jimmy Butler had 15.The Wolves poured in 44 points in the first quarter, but Tom Thibodeau’s club yielded quarters of 36, 40 and 38 points over the first three periods.ADVERTISEMENT Portland scored 43 points in the second quarter.Blake Griffin and Serbian star Milos Teodosic each scored 15 for the Clippers.Teodosic made four 3-pointers despite dislocating his left pinkie finger.DeAndre Jordan had 12 points and 14 rebounds.Danilo Gallinari (left mid-foot sprain), Austin Rivers (strained right glute) and Sam Dekker (strained left oblique) sat out.SPURS 122, NUGGETS 100LaMarcus Aldridge had 21 points, eight rebounds and six assists, and the Spurs handed the Nuggets their first loss of the preseason.San Antonio shot 57 percent from the field and 3-point range, going 16 of 28 behind the arc.Rudy Gay and Danny Green each scored 11 points in a little more than 20 minutes.Pau Gasol and Patty Mills rested, as reserve Bryn Forbes scored 20 points. It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson It was the Warriors’ first win of the preseason and came like so many of their victories of the last three years, filled with Curry’s incredible shot-making and playmaking.The 2015 and 2016 NBA MVP was 13 for 20 from the field, including 6 of 9 from 3-point range, and added eight assists.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogKlay Thompson added eight 3-pointers and 28 points, while Kevin Durant scored 22.Andrew Wiggins had 19 points for Minnesota, which won’t play again in the preseason. Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Thunder hold off Australia’s Melbourne United WIZARDS 102, CAVALIERS 94Bradley Beal scored 11 points in limited action and the Wizards improved to 3-0.Beal played nine minutes and fellow guard John Wall logged just 7 1/2. Jodie Meeks and Carrick Felix scored 12 points off the bench to pace Washington.The Cavaliers rested LeBron James and nearly all their regulars in Washington and fell to 0-3. Jeff Green had a series of dunks and led Cleveland with 19 points.Also sitting for Cleveland were Dwyane Wade, Derrick Rose, Kevin Love, J.R. Smith, Jae Crowder and Tristan Thompson.Kay Felder started at guard and had 12 points and 11 assists, Kyle Korver had 11 points, and Turkish rookie Cedi Osman finished with six points, six assists and five rebounds.TRAIL BLAZERS 134, CLIPPERS 106Damian Lillard scored 35 points, CJ McCollum added 20 and Portland rang up 70 points in the first half in Los Angeles.Lillard was 13 for 13 from the free throw line. He and McCollum each made four 3-pointers.Maurice Harkless was 6 for 6 off the bench and scored 16 points, while Jusuf Nurkic finished with 13 points and nine rebounds. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ AP FILE PHOTOStephen Curry finished off his China trip with a performance ripped right out of his MVP highlight reel.Curry scored 40 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 142-110 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday in Shanghai for a split of their two-game series in China.ADVERTISEMENT In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson DAY6 is for everybody Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Nikola Jokic had 19 points and seven rebounds for Denver.Gary Harris scored 15 points after agreeing to a four-year, $84 million extension.Paul Millsap was just 2 for 11 from the field and scored 13 points, while Will Barton came off the bench for 16 points.Point guards Jameer Nelson and Emmanuel Mudiay were a combined 2 for 11.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments
Dear Mr. Editor,My writing is in reaction to Professor Wilson Tarpeh’s claim that his association with an opposition political party, Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) is responsible for withholding funds that should come to the University of Liberia (UL) to reopen, something he says is leading to his resignation as vice president for Fiscal Affairs.Professor Tarpeh claims that serving as a campaign manager for George Weah in the 2014 special senatorial election is the main reason for withholding the funds, being VP for Fiscal Affairs. Let me firstly remind the professor that his role as “campaign manager” did not make any impact on the election of George Weah, but Weah has his constituents already built in Monrovia. No one has to run campaign for Weah as evidently seen here, but all the deceptive intellectuals in CDC, including the Mr. Tarpeh, are just riding on Weah’s popularity to ascend to positions they dearly desire.If Professor Tarpeh can resign with clean hands, he can call on the General Auditing Commission (GAC) to audit him to clearly establish that he did not misapply any funds. Let Professor Tarpeh state the meaning of “Other fees” stipulated on our payment slip in 2013. Where did this money go? Let Professor Tarpeh allow former vice president for Academic Affairs & Provost, Weade Elliot-Brownell, to reveal information about financial malpractices she mentioned when she was forced to resign in 2013, and when she appeared before the Senate following her appointment at the Foreign Ministry. If he can do these to erase the suspicion, we will know that the withholding of funds as claimed by him is truly politically motivated.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
In light of the increase in fires across the country, Fire Prevention Officer at the Guyana Fire Service, Sheldon Sauna has warned homeowners to display safe electrical practices.Fire Prevention Officer, Sheldon SaunaDuring Fire Prevention Week activities on Friday, he told the media that electrical fires are mainly caused by illegal connections or overloading the electrical circuit system.Illegal connections, which are commonly practiced throughout the country, can also cause electrocution because such connections are usually unsafely constructed and don’t have the required electrical protection. In some cases, persons can be killed accidentally when they are in contact with live wires.Meanwhile, Sauna also acknowledged the fact that persons have been setting fires deliberately, which can cause result in more severe catastrophes.“Having illegal connections or overloading the circuit breakers contributes a lot, not just to electrical fires but fires on a whole….We have persons within their surroundings who would light illegal fires and then sometimes, it spreads into something big. It can catch hours and that sort of thing,” he said.In August, a 34-year-old carpenter died almost instantly after being electrocuted whilst on a fishing trip with his family at Coverden, East Bank Demerara (EBD).Orlando Ramnarine was with his wife, Aronva Parmanand and his brother-in-law on a fishing trip at El Sol Farm, commonly called the “cherry farm” on the East Bank of Demerara.At about 13:30h on the said day, Ramnarine was in the process of casting his fishing net when it came into contact with a live exposed electrical wire, which subsequently caused the now dead man to instantly collapse. While the wire was disconnected shortly after, GPL later confirmed that an illegal connection was the cause of the incident.In order to reduce the importation and use of substandard electrical products which often result in these fires and other damages, the Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS), in partnership with the Government Electrical Inspectorate (GEI), has developed a number of standards which will see the supervision of various electrical items being imported, resold and used throughout the country.A total of 31 national standards were developed by the Bureau’s electro-technical committee, and were later approved by the National Standards Council to stipulate requirements for the electrical fittings and equipment.Some of the standards titles include: seasonal and holiday decorative products, lamp holders, armoured cables, panel boards, surge protective devices and grounding and bonding equipment, among others. The Bureau is expected to commence the enforcement of these standards on February 1, 2020.
0Shares0000John Kamau has part ways with KCB FC as head coachNAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 6 –KCB RFC head coach John Kamau has ditched the National Super League (NSL) side, the club announced on Thursday.Following the development, assistant coach Elvis Ayany, who has been in that role for some years, will steer the team during the remaining fixtures of the NSL as the Bankers chase promotion to return to the Kenyan Premier League after being relegated in 2015. “We thank the coach for his contribution towards the Club. We are keen to continually build a strong squad and tap it to its full potential. We wish him well in his next endavours,” KCB FC patron Paul Russo said.KCB FC is currently fourth on the NSL standings with 57 points with seven games to go before the end of the season.Kamau was appointed as the KCB Head Coach on January 11, 2018.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
According to City Staff, Simpson has been serving with the Fort St. John Fire Department for 20 years and most recently has served in the role of Captain with B Company for the past eight years. On Thursday, December 5, it was announced that Daniel Simpson will be the new Deputy Fire Chief, Community Services. Simpson is taking over the role from Darrel Blades, who became the new Fire Chief following the retirement of Fire Chief Fred Burrows. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City of Fort St. John Fire Department has named a new Deputy Fire Chief. – Advertisement -Simpson has also served in several positions with IAFF Local 2143 including President and most recently Shop Steward.
Donegal Commercial Vehicles Ltd has been appointed main aftersales dealers For Mercedes Benz light and heavy commercial vehicles.Their appointment extends to 14 of the number of Mercedes Benz aftersales commercial vehicles dealers nationwide.Their recent appointment was announced by Motor Distributors Limited who are distributors in Ireland for Mercedes Benz passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Donegal Commercial Vehicles Ltd have a large stock a large selection of used buses and commercial vehicles such as vans and lorries and care for all commercial vehicle needs from complete fleet maintenance, CVRT pre-testing, services packages and 24 hour breakdowns.Not only has Donegal Commercial Vehicles Ltd been appointed main aftersales dealers for Mercedes Benz light and heavy commercial vehicles, they also are thrilled to announce that they have been appointed as the first and only Turas Agents within the North West of Ireland.Following their success at their recent launch day where they hosted to over 100 bus companies, Donegal Commercial Vehicles have grown from strength to strength and would like to thank their customers, family and friends for the continuous support. 2018 is sure set to look like a big year for Donegal Commercial Vehicles. Donegal Commercial Vehicles Ltd is located in Drumkeen and can be contacted on (074) 913 4812 or drop them a line at email@example.com. You can also check out their Facebook page!Delight as Donegal Commercial Vehicles Ltd appointed main aftersales dealers for Mercedes Benz was last modified: December 8th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare 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:donegal commercial vehiclesmercedes benz
The Cranes team that was held to a 2-2 draw by Azam FC. Courtesy photo.By Shaban BentekeUganda Cranes played out a 2 all draw with Tanzanian money bags Azam FC at the St Marys stadium in kitende this evening.This was Cranes second warm up game in four days after running out 2-0 winners on Saturday against Azam Premier League reigning champions KCCA FC.Azam FC who are in the country for a 10-day training camp gave Cranes a good run for their money having taken the lead on the stroke of half time through star striker Jr Waziri after a brilliant display that held off Uganda’s defender Bernard Muwanga.Uganda’s interim coach Moses Basena made seven changes at the start of the second half and they paid dividends as sub Muzamiru Mutyaba fed the ball to captain Nicholas Wadada who took a shot from the tightest of angles for the equaliser.Basena made a further three subs with Onduparaka’s Shaban Muhammed Viper’s new signing Tom Masiko and SC Villa’s Simon Sserunkuma on for URA’s Shafic Kagimu, SC Villa’s Bernard Muwanga and SC Viper’s Milton Karisa.Ten minutes to stoppage time, Azam FC scored their second and third goal of the game through Joseph Kimwagu and it looked to be the winner before defender Karim Himin brought down Shaban Muhammed for a late penalty. Muzamiru Mutyaba made no mistake from the spot as he sent the goalkeeper the wrong way for a late equalizer.Comments
Tags: AFCON 2019Ahmed ElmuhamedyDR CongoEgyptGroup AMohammad SalahtopUganda Craneszimbabwe The Cranes team that started against Egypt on Sunday. (PHOTOS/FUFA)The Uganda Cranes sealed a spot in the round of 16 despite losing 0-2 against Egypt on Sunday night.After starting strongly, Sebastien Desabre’s side succumbed to two first-half goals by Mohammad Salah and Ahmed Elmohamedy.With DR Congo defeating Zimbabwe 4-0 in the other group A game, Uganda finished second with 4 points, 5 behind leaders Egypt.Here is how the Uganda Cranes rated on Sunday night.Denis Onyango 6.0: After conceding only one goal in the first two games, Onyango let in two on Sunday. However, he produced a stunning save to deny Salah in the second half before the Mamelodi Sundowns custodian was stretchered off late in the game.Nicholas Wadada 4.5: Was brought in for Bevis Mugabi but did no justice to the technical team as he was at fault for leaving Ahsraf Akimi in acres of space to create the second goal.Godfrey Walusimbi 6.0: Looked suspect against the pacey Salah but recovered on several occasions.Hassan Wasswa 5.0: Wasswa lined up with a third defensive partner in as many games and was at fault for conceding the free kick from which Salah opened the scoring.Timothy Awany 6.0: At times looked rusty but gave a good account of himself as he tried to start attacks from the back.Khalid Aucho 4.5: Just like in the draw against Zimbabwe, Aucho once again performed below expectations as the likes of Muhammed Elney got their way in the middle throughout the game.Mike Azira 6.0: With Aucho struggling, it was Azira who consistently clamed things down in midfield with his calm and composed passing.Lumala Abdu 4.0: Lost the ball on more occasions than any other Cranes player and whenever he got into promising positions, his delivery was poor.Lumala (right) in action against Egypt on Sunday.Allan Kyambadde 7.0: Starting his first game in the competition, Kyambadde was a handful for the Pharaohs. The KCCA FC forward registered three shots on target.Farouk Miya 5.5: Miya had another below-par performance against Egypt. He produced so little going forward and his set-pieces left a lot to be desired.Emmanuel Okwi 5.0: Missed a glorious opportunity to reduce the deficit in the second half and aside from that moment, Okwi struggled to curb out anything worthy writing home about.Substitutes Robert Odongkara 6.0: Had liitle to do after replacing the injured Denis Onyango but never the less, kept a clean sheet for himself.Taddeo Lwanga 6.0: Released Okwi to miss Uganda’s best chance and seemed to have calmed down the pressure after coming on.Luwagga Kizito N/a: Had limited time on the pitch to make any sort of impact.Comments
YRobert Mtshali’s Young Minds Care and Phumlani Makhaye’s Master P Social Investments are gearing up to spread some cheer this Easter, delivering food and clothing to Joburg’s homeless as temperatures drop “When I was in high school I had to pass on a lot of things because of my financial situation; I’d say that had the biggest role to play in me getting to where I am now; that, and all the people who helped me get here,” says Robert Mtshali, founder of the Young Minds Group and a firm believer in the values of Ubuntu.In 2009, when he was 19 years old, Mtshali registered his business, then called Young Minds Cleaning Services.“My passion for helping people has always been there; it’s just that before I didn’t have the influence to do so but now I can and I am,” Mtshali explains, adding “I want to be as influential as my role model, Jay Z.”He adds; “Most of the things that I do, the initiatives that I do or take part in, relate to my personal experiences or those of someone close to me, like my colleagues and friends.”GOING TO THE MATRIC DANCEIn mid-2013 Mtshali and Young Minds Care (YMC), his company’s welfare arm, started Fabricated, the company’s first initiative aimed at benefitting the underprivileged.Fabricated identified six high school pupils – three boys and three girls – from Eastbank High School in Alexandra, who had performed admirably during their first semester and who couldn’t afford to go to their matric dance.Young Minds Care supplied the students with clothing, and funds for grooming and entrance fees to their dance as a reward for their hard work at school.“I also didn’t go to my matric dance due to financial constraints at the time and I really wanted to go but I couldn’t, and that hit me really hard, so I thought I would try my level best to help a few people who were in a similar situation,” says Mtshali.CHRISTMAS CHEERIn 2013 Mtshali and his colleagues wanted to do something different for Christmas, “so we decided to spend the day with people who weren’t as fortunate as we were and bring a few things with us to brighten up their festive season”.Shortly after Mtshali and his company joined forces with Phumlani Makhaye of Master P Social Investments to hold Homeless Xmas, spending Christmas Day delivering food and clothing to some 60 homeless people living under the Nelson Mandela Bridge in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.Master P Social Investments encourages young people to share their successes by giving back to their communities.SHARING THIS EASTER“When we held our Christmas event we noticed there were more people than we expected and later found out there were just under 200 homeless people living under a bridge in Newtown so we thought it would be good for us to do something this Easter for them,” says Mtshali.This year YMC and Master P Social Investments are planning a Homeless Easter Drive on 19 April, distributing food and clothing to a group of people living under the M1 bridge over Newtown; the organisations invite Joburgers who want to help out to join them on the day at 8am.The organisations need donations of food and clothing to distribute on the day and are also trying to organise medical screenings for children in the group.“We are also trying to help these people get their documentation sorted out because we’ve noticed that a lot of them don’t have IDs or birth certificates,” Mtshali says. “This makes finding a job and proving they have dependants for social grants even harder for them.“For the little kids, we’re trying as much as we can to at least get them into schools so that they can get an education and hopefully break the chain of poverty.”PLAY YOUR PARTTo donate food and clothing to YMC and Master P Social Investment’s Easter drive, visit The Branson Centre in Braamfontein, the Mark Kidds Photographic Studio at Maponya Mall and Gordon Ridge Complex in Florida Glen.“Let’s carry the legacy of Nelson Mandela and let’s do what he believed in most, which is helping each other and loving one another regardless who the other may be,” says Mtshali.“Let’s do good and have fun at the same time.”To find out more about the event, or Young Minds Group and Master P Social Investments, email Robert Mtshali at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on +27 (0) 84 811 6916, or email Phumlani Makhaye at email@example.com or call him on +27 (0) 78 792 6657.
SharePrint RelatedLove is in the air. And locked to a gate. — Love Lock Eeuwige Liefde !?! (GC41QJY) — Geocache of the WeekFebruary 12, 2014In “Community”Parent Insider Tips: Getting Your Kids Outside with GeocachingAugust 25, 2014In “Community”We’ve Got Urban Geocaching on Lock — QuadLockLog (GC330KJ) — Geocache of the WeekAugust 7, 2013In “Community” [vsw id=”cYfquPnJrY4″ source=”youtube” width=”853″ height=”480″ autoplay=”no”]Geocache Name:Amsterdam Urban 2 – Under the bridgeDifficulty/Terrain Rating:1.5/4.5Why this is the Geocache of the Week:One of the best ways to see Amsterdam is by boat. You can take in the sights on the many canals that flow throughout the beautiful city. Of course, if you can pick up a geocache (or two or three) along the way, that’s a bonus! This geocache is one of the oldest in the Netherlands and a favorite of locals and tourists. At one point it was also a favorite of local pigeons, but thanks to a clever anti-pigeon system, that’s no longer an issue. Earlier this year, Geocaching HQ’s videographer, Reid (reidsomething), and a Geocaching HQ Volunteer Coordinator, Kerb (KerbL), teamed up with two locals to find this geocache. If you don’t think you’ll be able to make it to Amsterdam soon, just kick back, watch the video (spoiler alert!) and enjoy the ride.# of Finds:909# of Favorite Points:239What geocachers are saying:“Thanks for an amazing cache – definitely a Fave cache for the fun we had finding it. TFTC” – scrap happy annie“Best cache in Amsterdam! We had so much fun to go trough the canals and search this cache!” – Team eeH“Very pleased to find this cache! We’ve used it to start the journey of our first trackable. Very good cache and well hidden.” – Triage76Read More LogsPhotos:Beautiful views along the way. Photo by geocacher LollipopDZ My geosenses are tingling… Photo by geocacher lady pinguinSee All Photos Found it! Photo by geocachers Team Dorus Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog.If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, leave a comment below with the name of the geocache, the GC code, and why you think we should feature it.Share with your Friends:More Geocaching is an awesome way to explore new places. What has been your greatest discovery while geocaching? Tell us in the comments.