The grant will be used for administration purposes to pay for rentals, staff salary and other logistics.NSL board chairman Isaac Lupari confirmed that he will be signing an agreement with the PNG Sports Foundation regarding the annual grant.Lupari said they will officially make the announcement once all the paper work is completed and all approvals have been processed through the government system.“This is one way of the government coming forward to support NSL for the first time as they see the importance of soccer.“They’re aware of where soccer is moving today and what soccer can do to enhance human resource development and creating a decent harmony and peaceful community,” Lupari said.He also thanked the government for dedicating the Sir Hubert Murray Stadium as the home of NSL which will see most games to be played there during the 2016-2017 season.He thanked the Prime Minister Peter O’Neill and Sports Minister Justin Tkatchenko for recognising the needs of soccer in the country.
But in Europe they have also taken the registration. In England the Wolverhampton asked about him and This week Manchester City did it through the City Football Group, who studies the purchase to transfer it and finish it. In Italy he adds more girlfriends: Naples, Atalanta and Bologna. The doubt is knowing for how long. In Spain, in addition to monitoring Madrid, there have been conversations with Atlético, Valencia and Almería, who came close to signing it in January but was prevented by the salary cap imposed by LaLiga. This newspaper has reported that in South America there is a fever for it, with Boca Juniors and Flamengo among their suitors. This is not unknown territory for Calafat, which has gained recognition above all for the control and dominance of the Brazilian market, but five years ago, in May 2015, he was one of the great architects of Fede Valverde’s arrival in Madrid. The little bird, a stranger at the time, cost five million euros, a ridiculous figure considering what he has been showing in Zidane’s midfield.Competition: Boca, Flamengo, City …Fede was 16 years old and, like Pellistri now, he was active in Peñarol. The Uruguayan club, given the growing interest of half the world for its pearl, it was renewed in February until 2022. For this there was a lot of predisposition from the boy, who, Although he dreams of playing in Europe, especially in Spain, he wanted to play the Libertadores with his team. “He is very young, we are enjoying it,” said Diego Forlán, his coach, recently. Real Madrid, through Juni Calafat, points again to Uruguay. Play there Facundo Pellistri (18 years old), footballer who starts from the right, has verticality, driving and impudence as strong points and, despite his tender age, he has already seen the ’10’ of the giant of his country. There has been no negotiation as such, but, According to what AS has learned, he is a player that the head of international football of the white club watches over and will follow closely.
Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Jimmy Alapag’s dagger three remains one of the biggest shots hit at MOA Arena. —JAM STA. CRUZNational team legend Jimmy Alapag returns to the site of one of his greatest performances for the country, albeit in a new role.The PBA great makes his coaching debut on Sunday as he leads Tanduay Alab Pilipinas against Hong Kong’s Eastern Sports Club in their season opener of the Asean Basketball League at Mall of Asia Arena.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Back in the Finals Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours LATEST STORIES Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny 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 “We will always have special memories [at MOA],” said Jimmy Alapag, whose endgame heroics for Gilas Pilipinas against Korea in the same arena in 2013 remains one of the greatest moments in Philippine basketball.“Of course, it was a very special night for PH basketball when we beat Korea there. That place will always have a little bit of sentimental value to myself, and really, our country. To have an opportunity to have our first game there and my first game as a head coach, I’m excited for our guys. We’re expecting a great crowd.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneAlab immediately faces a stern test in the defending champion squad from Hong Kong bannered by Gilas Pilipinas big man Christian Standhardinger, who was made the first pick by San Miguel in the PBA Draft last month.The 6-foot-8 Standhardinger, who will join San Miguel after the ABL season, will join forces with Thai-American Tyler Lamb and Marcus Elliot, the reigning best import. MOST READ Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “They’re the champions,” said Alapag. “Until somebody beats them, they have to be the favorites.”Swept by the Singapore Slingers in the best-of-three semifinals last year, Alab underwent a major facelift with the addition of several PBA veterans and American imports Ivan Johnson and Reggie Okosa.“We have our hands full, there’s a lot of tough teams,” said Alapag. “We start the season with Hong Kong and Singapore right out the gate, but it’s something we look forward to. It’s gonna give us a very good barometer of where we are early in the season.”Ray Parks, Robby Celiz and heritage import Lawrence Domingo are the holdovers from last year’s Alab squad.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? View comments
Dear Editor,After reflecting on the past several years, it is very disappointing to see how old wounds have kept progress from the people of Guyana especially when it comes to understanding and respecting each other’s ethnicity and race. Many will agree, but few will admit it publicly. The current Government came into office with an opportunity to provide this change and progress for the entire country. Instead, political dominance and self-preservation led to a clearly racist motivation for the gutting of the Government’s minor partner’s political base, while they also seized the opportunity to attack and take revenge on the core supporters of the Opposition.Were it not the case, this political season would be much easier for the current Government. Their support base would have grown in non-traditional areas due to joint economic growth and progress towards national development. However, they stole progress from themselves and although they are now facing a substantial opportunity to obtain further growth via new resource development, it is clear that theirs is an inherent resentment towards those who are helping them.Far be it for me to say that the remembrance of slavery should be neglected, but the use of its memory to hinder progress towards growing as an individual or as an institution, or as a nation does not help anyone involved. In recent days, many of those who are respected in the Government have been recalling memories of slavery and comparing current economic and social decisions via this backdrop. It would be beneficial to also remember that those who you have resentment towards have helped you regain power and are providing you with the technology to grow your economy. This is not out of an obligation which they have to fulfil for the past. It is the result of taking advantage of a win-win opportunity for all of those involved. The question that should be asked by those who allow bitterness to skew or bias their judgment is, “What would they do if those helping them left them to their own wits?”.Hate for a people who were not your enemies and that came here for work to take care of their families is wrong at its core. No one came to take from you what was yours. Those in charge made the decision of whom they wanted to work with. Now you work with the descendants of masters of your forefathers to obtain future wealth, will you now curse them for helping you do what you yourselves can not? The same thought should be extended to more than half of this nation with whom you are aggressively attacking because of historical differences and bitter resentment.The choice is there to be had, will we be a nation of one people or a nation where to each his own will always be the order of the day? Letting go of the past is not the same as forgetting it and most people let go when there is something better, not bitter, to be had. Look before you and you will see that is exactly what is to be had in coming years. Let the nation progress as one, leave behind the bitter resentment that continues to hinder our beautiful nation’s progress.Best regards,J Changlee
A man believed to be in his late 40s, identified as Opa Karwee, attempted suicide by imbibing acid water in Harrisville Ward, St. John River City, District #2A, Grand Bassa County, and is said to be dying slowly.Explaining his ordeal to the Daily Observer in tears and frustration last week, victim Karwee disclosed that he is a former tapper of the Liberian Agricultural Company (LAC) in Wee statutory District #3, Grand Bassa County.Victim Darwee narrated that he mysteriously left the job after his mother, Mary Frazier, “blew juju dust”, which caused him to leave his job and come to her in Hoegbahn Township in #2 District.Victim Darwee explained that after he came to his mother he began to suffer since now he could not find a job. When the money he had had finished, his mother began to make mockery of him, saying, “You for nothing child, why have you come here to be a liability on me? Why you lied and boasted of the wealth you have in LAC? You will see your body!” he quoted his mother.He revealed that thereafter he and his mother engaged each other in unceasing palava until she left for Monrovia. But, according to him, his mother left her demonic spirit behind her to torment him at day and night.He mentioned that prior to her departure for Monrovia; he accused his mother of being a witch that has claimed lives of numerous people in the family, including his older brother Sakuo Karwee and others.“After this my ma told me and my wife to leave her village and go anywhere we want to live.”He reiterated that the week after his mother left the village, he secretly took acid water unbeknown to himself. He later claimed that he was under demonic influence when he took a drink of it, but did not swallow all. Only a drop entered his throat and he fell to the ground unconscious and was rescued by the community people.“Predicated upon my deplorable condition, my wife and other residents of the village rushed me to a nearby physician named Joseph Jackson, Jr. who charged me $2800LD but because the money was not available he rejected me,” Karwee said in a low voice.He noted that he is currently being treated by a prayer warrior named Naomi Tarr, the wife of a teacher, Alex Jacob Tarr, in the same vicinity.Karwee further explained that prior to the fuss between him and his mother, he dreamed that a group of unknown persons chased him to kill him, but he fortunately escaped and later awoke from his sleep.The attempted Suicide victim is therefore appealing to the national government, humanitarian and health related organizations as well as people of goodwill to help facilitate his survival.He can be contacted through our grand Bassa county reporter through cell # 0777-789-661.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A ten-year-old boy was rushed to the hospital on Sunday morning after he was struck by a minibus at Vergenoegen, East Bank Essequibo (EBE).The boy, yet to be identified, is said to be in critical condition at the West Demerara Regional Hospital.According to reports reaching Guyana Times, the incident occurred at around 09:00h. The vehicle in which the boy was travelling was headed to Parika, East Bank Demerara (EBE).Ranks at the Leonora Police Station confirmed the accident.The boy reportedly was in the back of a Canter when it had stopped and he jumped out and attempted to cross the road. A minibus passing at the time heading in the same direction struck him.According to eyewitnesses, as a result of the impact, the child was flung some distance away.One eyewitness revealed what transpired to this publication: “I was sitting by that shop and I wasn’t really paying attention. Out of nowhere I heard this loud bam! And when I get up and check, I saw the boy lying in that grass corner. People start to run out and they pick him up. When I went and look at him, his head buss up.”Reports are that the boy’s head was partly crushed as a result of the impact.He was rushed by public spirited persons to the hospital in an unconscious manner.Details surrounding the incident are still sketchy, however, it was revealed that the driver of the minibus was taken into Police custody and is assisting with investigations.The driver of the canter is also assisting the Police with investigations.
Congratulations to the following people who have each won a pair of ticket to see Clint Black and will also get the chance to meet Clint just by finding his cowboy hat.Congrats to……Wes Gibson, Carla Hart, Andrea Waldern, Wendy Haladay, Michelle Engelbert and Ty Drinkall.Clint Black will be at the EnCana Events Centre Tuesday August 4th. Tickets are still available for the show by calling 1-877-339-8499 or online at www.dawsoncreekeventscentre.com- Advertisement -Moose FM will also give you another chance to win tickets all this weekend as we’ve got a ton of tickets to giveaway. Listen this weekend for the Clint Black winning weekend. When you hear the cue to call, be caller number 4 at 250-787-2222 and you could win with Moose FM.Find Clint Blacks hat has been brought to you by the EnCana Events Centre, Backcountry and Moose FM
Photo: Firefighters work to rescue the driver of a Jeep Grand Cherokee that overturned after it was hit by a pickup truck on 100 St./Kimberley MolinaTwo people have been injured after a two vehicle accident at the entrance to the Safeway gas station and grocery store.- Advertisement -The accident happened just after 10 a.m. Thursday.Constable Derek Rondeau of the Fort St. John RCMP says police believe a dark grey Ford pickup truck had turned off the Alaska Highway onto 100 St.The truck then collided with a grey Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV heading southbound on 100 St. that attempted to turn left into the parking lot and failed to yield to oncoming traffic.The SUV was hit on its side and overturned.Advertisement Both drivers were the lone occupants of the vehicle.Police have not said if charges are pending. Firefighters had to use extraction tools to take off the roof of the SUV and rescue the elderly female driver.Const. Rondeau says the extent of the woman’s injuries is unknown but that she was responsive, conscious and answering questions.She was transported to the Fort St. John hospital for observation.A middle-aged male driver of the pickup truck is believed to only have minor injuries but was also transported to the hospital for observation.Advertisement
If the Cal State San Bernardino men’s basketball team is to claim its third West Region title in the last 10 years, it will have to do what no team has been able to do this season – beat Humboldt State on its home floor. The two will square off at 7 tonight at Humboldt’s cramped and raucous East Gym. The winner advances to the Elite Eight to be held in Springfield, Mass. from March 21-24. “We’re going to have to play our most consistent game of the season on both ends of the floor,” Coyotes coach Jeff Oliver said. “We’re going to have to stick to our game and make good decisions offensively so we don’t give up anything easy.” Humboldt (26-3) is ranked fourth nationally and has won 18 straight games while the Coyotes (24-5) are eighth, having won 10 in a row. This will be the rubber match between the two. Cal State won at Coussoulis Arena 68-61 in Decemberwhile the Lumberjacks took an 89-78 home victory in February , shooting 75 percent (15-for-20) in the second half. They are 16-0 at home this season. “There is a reason they haven’t lost here,” Oliver said. “They don’t have a sixth man. Their crowd is their sixth, seventh and eighth man.” Both teams survived in their openers but played better in Saturday’s semifinals. The second-seeded Coyotes beat No. 7 Brigham Young-Hawaii 71-68 and No. 6 Seattle University 72-66. Senior guard Prentice Harris scored 18 points in one game and 22 in the other. Against the Seasiders he had a 3-pointer that gave the Coyotes lead for good in the final minute, than sank a pair of free throws to put the game away. Against the Redhawks Saturday, he had a steal and went in for a layup with 52 seconds to go that gave the Coyotes a four-point lead. “He (Harris) is playing phenomenal on both ends of the floor,” Oliver said. “Out guys have done a good job of getting him the ball and some open looks.” Senior center Ivan Johnson totaled 34 points in the two games. Humboldt beat No. 8 Alaska-Anchorage 68-61 and No. 5 Grand Canyon 95-81. Devin Peal has had 40 points in two games. Jeremiah Ward, a Miller graduate, has managed 31. Sunday was an off day or both teams, although each practiced and watched film. There wasn’t much else to do in the remotely located town not far from the Oregon border. “Well, it was daylight savings time so it was one less hour we had to waste,” Oliver said. Oliver said senior forward Yoseph Yaisrael has been slowed by a sore hamstring but should play tonight. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Deirdre Mc Loone from Letterkenny had her head shaved today in G&G today in aid of the Irish Cancer Society, and she is donating her hair to the Princess Trust.The Princess Trust provides real hair wigs for children going through cancer treatment and have unfortunately lost their own. Deirdre has already raised a staggering €1500 for the Irish Cancer Society, raising above and beyond her target of €1000!To donate to Deirdre’s fantastic cause you can follow this link to her Just Giving page:https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Deirdre-McLooneDeirdre chops her locks for charity was last modified: January 21st, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:charitydeirdre mc loonehead shaveIrish Cancer Societyprincess trust