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German Ambassador to Liberia, Ralph Timmermann, has declared that Liberia owes no debt to the Federal Republic of Gemany. He explained all amounts his country has contributed to the development of Liberia have been in the form of grants.Ambassador Timmermann’s comment came following concerns from some corners of the public over whether Liberia’s current debt still stands following the waiving of about US$2 billion debt; giving the country the chance to pursue further loans.Germany’s relationship with Liberia has a long history, dating as far back as the 1800s when Liberia got her independence in 1847.This relationship puts Liberia in a better position to get loans from Germany since the country (Liberia) now has a respectable standing in the world financial sector.In an interview with the Daily Observer, Ambassador Timmermann said the debt Liberia had for Germany was cancelled, and that all funds coming from the German Government to the country are intended to assist recovery from the civil conflict and help Liberians have a better standard of living.Outlining some projects to which Germany has contributed funds; Ambassador Timmermann named the West Africa Power Pool, the Mount Coffee Hydro Project and other areas in Agriculture and Solar Energy as key priority areas his country is investing in.He underscored that the German NGO GIZ provides technical assistance to the Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy, and also works with the Liberia Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (LEITI) to create a better resource governance system.Aside from these undertakings, he said Germany provides logistical assistance to Liberia’s security sector; including the Liberian National Police.He explained that prior to the Liberian civil crisis; Germany was in a long standing relationship with Liberia, with German companies like the Bong Mining Company operating in the country. He noted that his country was one of the first to recognize Liberia’s independence in the 19th century, which is the foundation of their relationship.Sharing his impression of how funds provided by Germany are used, Ambassador Timmermann noted that more still needed to be done. He, however, lauded the efforts of Lands, Mines & Energy Minister, Patrick Sendolo, for the role he plays to ensure that the hydro project be completed and Liberians receive cheap electricity.Germany has contributed US$75 million for the rehabilitation of the Mount Coffee hydro plant, which is expected to be completed by 2015.Some German companies are currently engaged in developing the energy sector by providing technical knowledge to locals to build new models of coal pots for cooking and share knowledge on how to harness solar energy under the program, “Energizing Development Partnership.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Dissolution of NFMU The Public Telecommunications Ministry has completed the recruitment process for the Telecommunications Agency, which will replace the National Frequency Management Unit (NFMU).The Ministry stated on Saturday that under the Telecommunications Act of 2018, provisions are made for the dissolution of the NFMU and its absorption by the Agency.For this, employees of the Unit were asked to submit Expressions of Interest for employment prior to the May 10.This was done “to complete the formalities to facilitate rehiring decisions without a break in employment of selected staff. This process was designed to give employees of the NFMU priority with respect to employment with the Agency”.However, the Chief Executive Officer and another employee have since not acted on the recommendation. The other 16 persons have applied but only 14 were endorsed for the positions offered.“Two of the staff members, including the current NFMU CEO, have so far not taken up the offer. The remaining 16 have applied and it has been recommended that 14 of the 16 who applied be offered positions.Two individuals were deemed not qualified for the positions for which they applied and have and so far appeared disinterested in positions commensurate with their qualifications,” the Ministry stated.The 14 persons will take up new positions within the Agency. However, it was not indicated what will happen to persons who were unqualified or did not apply.Back in January, Public Telecommunications Minister, Cathy Hughes had said that the Agency was created to better regulate and monitor operations.“The objective of establishing the Agency now is to give us time to put in place certain administrative arrangements that [are] necessary for the Agency to function effectively when the entire act is brought into force.Some of the things the Agency needs to put in place are its internal Government arrangement — such as financial regulations, human resource policy, rules of procedure of the Board. The administrative procedure to facilitate the implementation of the legal provisions for licensing, monitoring, enforcement, and other responsibilities that are specified for the agency in the 2016 Act and in the regulations.”Meanwhile, Consultant Andre Griffith mentioned that an order was signed to establish the Agency as a body corporate, and the Agency would have begun the preparatory work for the policies.He noted that those polices would have to be assented to by a Board, which is yet to be established.“The functions of the Agency are to be discharged by a Board, and that Board is authorised to regulate its own procedure. A lot of the preparatory work we have done is subject to the Board’s review, and [members of the Board] would want to look at it, refine it, amend it,” he noted.The Unit was managed by Valmiki Singh.
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“It seems like both of them are from different planets and they came to play football with us mortals,” Rakitic said.“Both of them are among the best players ever in their positions. You try to enjoy it as much as you can, to learn from them.”Iniesta is regularly classed among the greats of the game and as a defining influence on Spain’s success, but Modric’s talents remain relatively unsung.Perhaps, in part, it is because Iniesta’s brilliance has been backed up by achievements on the world stage — he scored the winning goal in the 2010 World Cup final — while Modric has not hit the same heights with Croatia.Modric owns four Champions League titles from his six years at Real Madrid, and has also won a La Liga and the Copa del Rey.Christian Eriksen is the main World Cup threat for Denmark © AFP / Jewel SAMADBut since making his Croatian debut in March 2006, in a friendly against Argentina, he has twice tasted disappointment in the group stage of the World Cup, either side of a failure even to qualify in 2010.At the European Championship, Croatia fell at the first hurdle after the group phase in 2008 and 2016 and did not make it out of their group in 2012.“Modric would probably be getting more attention than he is right now if he was a German or Spanish player,” Croatia defender Dejan Lovren said last week.“He would maybe even be a Ballon D’Or winner. But because we are a smaller country, he does get less attention than he deserves.”Modric has never even made it into the top three of football’s most prestigious individual award but, after scoring twice in Croatia’s opening three games in Russia, there is a chance for him finally to put his stamp on a major tournament.Iniesta and Spain could lie in wait in the quarter-finals but first, Croatia must overcome Denmark in the last 16 on Sunday in Nizhny Novgorod.Denmark trudged their way through an underwhelming Group C but they have their own midfield dynamo in Christian Eriksen who, like Modric once did, has flourished in the Premier League at Tottenham.Modric is deployed deeper for Real, tasked with moving the ball from back to front by wriggling his way forward and changing the angle of attacks. But for Croatia, his job is closer in kind to Eriksen’s, an executioner of killer passes in the final third.It means they are unlikely to be in direct combat in Novgorod but Modric and Eriksen’s battle for control could prove decisive.“I do not consider myself to be worse than him,” Eriksen said on Friday.“He is the type of player you enjoy to challenge yourself against. For the national team, he is more attacking than he is for Madrid.”Modric admittedly enjoys a stronger supporting cast, with Rakitic a particularly formidable midfield partner.But the stakes are also higher for the 32-year-old, who is probably playing his last World Cup and possibly has one final chance to make a mark on the international stage.“Sure, there’s a lot of pressure but I said from the beginning, when we got together for this tournament, that we need to enjoy this because it’s the World Cup,” Rakitic said.“We need to fight, to enjoy the tournament and do everything we can to make our fans happy.”0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Luka Modric is Croatia’s key man at the World Cup © AFP / PASCAL GUYOTSAINT PETERSBURG, Russian Federation, Jun 30 – Croatia head into their World Cup last-16 match against Denmark spearheaded by evergreen midfielder Luka Modric, a player his teammate Ivan Rakitic has compared to Spain’s Andres Iniesta.Four years with Iniesta at Barcelona and 11 alongside Modric for Croatia leaves Rakitic in a privileged position to judge two of the finest playmakers of the modern era.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita City leaders expressed concerns upon learning that costs for the environmental mitigation work have soared to $415 million range after initial estimates pegged it at $120 million. The Board of Water and Power Commissioners also voted to open a bid process for a performance audit for Owens Valley work done by the department and one of its major contractors, CH2M Hill, to explain why costs have escalated. The prominent Colorado-based company has provided consulting, design, environmental and construction management services on the Owens project, and it was slated to perform the work beyond April that has now been put out to bid again. Commission President Mary Nichols said CH2M Hill is free to compete, and that the fact the board is asking for new bids should not be seen as prejudging the outcome of the audit. “What it does do is to reflect the very strong desire of this commission to not just follow blindly down a path that was set for us years ago but to actually get control over the whole program and process,” she said. The DWP Commission voted Tuesday to start a new bid process for work in the Owens Valley, where a dust-control project has generated concerns about rising costs. A new request should go out early next week for firms interested in providing construction management services for the project starting later this spring. “We want to make sure the environmental dust bowl of the north doesn’t turn into the fiscal quicksand of the south,” said Commissioner David Nahai. A legacy of Los Angeles’ early 20th century diversion of Owens Valley water, the dust-control work is required by various legal and regulatory agreements in order to minimize air pollution. CH2M Hill understands that the new board wants to be involved in the process and the company is likely to compete, said spokesman John Corsi. “We have a lot of experience at Owens Lake and we think we’ve added a lot of value to our customers at DWP and the citizens of Los Angeles,” he said. “We think we’re the right firm to finish the job.” Commissioner Nick Patsaouras said the requests for proposals will be available online, a departure from past DWP practices that will help smaller firms and professionals to compete. Meanwhile, the board brought in expert speakers to give a detailed presentation about air pollution issues in the Owens Valley. Nichols has a trip scheduled for later this month in which she plans to meet with local officials and residents to address their concerns. While there is a long history of tension between Los Angeles and Owens Valley residents, there have been new conflicts lately, including a disagreement over extending the dust-control work. The Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District wants the DWP to expand the 30-mile dust project by another 9.3 miles. DWP officials have objected. “The one thing that unites people in those areas is opposition to the big bad city of Los Angeles, and I don’t think we have to accept that as inevitable,” Nichols said. “I think we can take steps toward having a long-lasting peace.” Then, to underscore the difficulty of the task, Nichols added to hearty laughter, “And when I finish that I’m going to the Middle East.” Dan Laidman, (213) 978-0390 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Mac Cumhaills GAA News: Donegal Footballers:Hard luck to the Donegal Senior footballers in their defeat to Cork in Croke Park on Sunday in the Division 1 semi-final clash against Cork. Donegal Hurlers:Mixed emotions for the Donegal Hurlers in their draw against Tyrone on Saturday. The team has to do it all over again in a replay in order to avoid relegation. There was solid displays from Jamsie Donnelly, Del Laverty and Lee Henderson. Best of luck in the replay at the weekend. Senior Team Football Result:A weakened Sean Mac Cumhaill’s team travelled to St. Mary’s in Convoy to take on Termon on Saturday evening. With both clubs unbeaten in their first two outings this was sure to be a thrilling game. With 6 forced changes to the Mac Cumhaill’s team that won the first two games it was always going to be a tough charge but the narrowest of margins in the end saw the Termon side go home with the 2 points.Full Time Score: Sean MacCumhaill’s – 2.12 Termon – 1.18Sean Mac Cumhaills: Christopher Patton, Eoin Wright, Marty Gallagher, Ronan McMenamin, Gerard Grindle, Joe Dunnion, Andrew McCloskey, Shane Duffy, Brian Patton, Aaron Kelly, Brian Lafferty, Chris Gallen, Stephen Mulligan, Gary Mc Girr, Darren O’LearySubstitutions: Alan Patton for Brian LaffertyScorers:Darren O’Leary (1.05), Aaron Kelly (1.01), Stephen Mulligan (0.03), Barney Lafferty (0.01), Chris Gallen (0.01), Shane Duffy (0.01) Reserve Team Football Result:Our reserve team also played Termon in Convoy on Saturday evening. In a similar margin of defeat to the senior team saw a final score of Sean Mac Cumhaills 2.08 to Termon 2.11.U-16 Boy’s Football Results:Our u16’s had two league games in the past week. On Tuesday they travelled to Letterkenny to compete in the fourth round of the under 16 League where they defeated Letterkenny Gaels. Sean Mac Cumhaill’s 4-12 Letterkenny Gaels 1-10. On Thursday they made the short trip to the crossroads to take on Red Hugh’s in the fifth round game. Mac Cumhaills ended up comfortable winners and maintain a 100% record in the league; this game was played in a sporting nature against a very young Red Hughs team. Our final game in this section will be against Robert Emmets, venue and date yet to be decided.U-14 Hurling Result:Our u14’s had two league games in the past week with home games against Ballyshannon and Dungloe. They continued their remarkable start to the season with another victory against a very much fancied Ballyshannon team at Mac Cumhaill Park on Tuesday evening with a scoreline of Sean Mac Cumhaill’s: 3-10 – Ballyshannon: 2.04.The hurlers then continued where they left off on Tuesday evening with another outstanding victory against favourites Dungloe on Thursday night in St. Columba’s. The lads came out winners on a scoreline of Sean Mac Cumhaill’s 7-10 Dungloe 0.04. They have a break now until their next game on Thursday which is an away trip to Setanta.Easter camp:The club would like to say a massive thanks to all those who took park and helped support the Club’s Easter Camp. This was a very enjoyable three days and once again thanks to all those who took part and helped.Club Donegal Cards:We have a number of Club Donegal Cards which will grant access to the All-County League and every Club Championship game for the forthcoming season. The cards are priced at €50 for the card alone or €70 for a card plus a Club Donegal item of clothing when it arrives (possibly an O’Neill’s Polo Shirt this year). Anyone interested please contact Eugene Gallagher on 086 609 8801.Coaching Officers:The club are currently seeking people to fill the roles of Football and Hurling coaching officers within the club. These are very important roles in the club. Anyone interested in these positions please contact Minor Board Secretary Bryan Cannon on 087 623 6599.Club Lotto:The club are asking for people to help out by selling lotto’s. This would involve helping to sell 1 week out of every 7 or 8 depending on the amount of teams formed. This is an important source of funding for the club and a great way to help get involved with your club. All help available would be greatly appreciated. If interested please contact Terry O’Reilly on 086 609 5347.Lotto Results:There was no winner of this week’s Lotto. The numbers drawn were 2, 14, 23 and 26. There were five match 3 winners. Martin O’Reilly, Mark Gillespie, Pat McGuire, Joyce Laverty and Liz and Noelle Mc Groaty each receive €30. Next week’s Jackpot is €4,600. John Lillis’ team is selling this week. If you’re not in you can’t win!Bingo:The Bingo takes place in the Villa Rose on Sunday night with an 8.30pm start. The Snowball jackpot is €9,000 for 45 numbers or less. All are very welcome.Training Schedule:New players to all teams are more than welcome. If there is a change of time/location it will be noted on Facebook or sent via text. Training will cost 2 Euro every night, and all players must have their membership paid also. Please bring gum shield and water bottle.Training for our Under 6’s will resume on Wednesday the 15th of April in St. Columba’s Hall.Under-8 training is back on Wednesday evening at the club at 6.00pm, all boys and girls are welcome.U-10 football for boys and girls recommences on Wednesday the 15th of April at 6.00pm at the club.U-12 boy’s football is on a Wednesday at 7.00 to 8.00pm.The U-14 boy’s football training is on a Sunday morning at 10am.U-16 boy’s football training is on Friday from 6.30 to 7.30pm.Minor football training is on a Monday from 6pm and a Friday at 7.30pm.U-8 & U-10 Hurling is at 1.00pm to 2.00pm on Sunday.U-14 & U-16 Hurling on a Monday from 7.00 to 8.00.The U-12 girl’s football continues on a Tuesday evening from 6.00pm to 7.00pm.The U-14 girl’s football is on a Tuesday from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.The U-16 and Minor Girl’s Football is on Thursday from 7.00 to 8.00pm.The U-12, U-14 and U-16 Girls camogie is on a Monday at 4.30 to 6.00pm and a Friday from 5.30 to 7.00pm.Club Shop:The club shop will be open on a Wednesday from 5.45 to 7.15. The club stocks a large amount of club-crested shorts, gloves, bags and bottles and a limited number of club crested O’Neills half-zip tops.Steward Bibs:Anyone in possession of a club steward’s bib is asked to return it to the club as soon as possible as we get ready to prepare for the Tyrone Championship game.GAA NEWS: MAC CUMHAILLS SUFFER NARROW LOSS TO TERMON IN DIVISION TWO CLASH was last modified: April 13th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAAMac CumhaillsNoticesSport
You can send news from your sport or any organisation to email@example.comMarlins Swim Club, Ballyshannon were delighted to enter 5 swimmers into the Ulster Youth & Age Groups Championships in Lisburn which took place on March 15th, 16th and 17th, 2013. Cian Rooney (Ballyshannon), Mona McSharry (Grange), Eanna O’Hara (Kinlough), Roisin Maguire (Ballyshannon) and Ruby Hurst (Ballyshannon) qualified into this event from reaching specific swim times from other Ulster Galas.Unfortunately, Eanna O’Hara was quite unwell and was unable to participate. All swimmers had tremendous swims and personal bests in such high level Ulster competition for the Club.Marlins SC Swimmer, Mona McSharry is now Ulster Youth & Age Group 100m Breastroke Champion in an extremely nail biting race but Mona’s determination got her to finish first!! This a massive achievement to receive Gold in Ulster as the level of competition is extraordinary. Mona also finished a great third in 200m Breastroke. Mona is from Grange, County Sligo and has been training with Marlins SC for four years now and holds 3 Division 1 swim times as well as many other acheivements. Mona is fully supported by her Coaches, Club and Family to reach higher levels of competition.The Club itself is swimming from strength to strength with swimmers competing in various competitions throughout the Country and dedicating their time to swim training plus strength conditioning classes and yoga within the Club.The Clubs next competition to look forward to is the South West Minor League Final in April in Enniskillen, this League consists of four swim Clubs – Marlins SC, Sligo SC, Omagh Dolphins SC and East Cavan SC. Club training continues over the Easter Holidays including a Swim Camp. For any information regarding the Club, please email the Club Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org If your child is interested in becoming a member of Marlins SC, Club Swim Trials will be held in Ballyshannon Leisure Centre on Saturday June 15th, 2013 at 9.30am. SWIMMING: MARLINS SWIMMING CLUB NEWS – PERSONAL BESTS FOR LOCAL COMPETITORS was last modified: March 29th, 2013 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:SWIMMING: MARLINS SWIMMING CLUB NEWS – PERSONAL BESTS FOR LOCAL COMPETITORS
Hay – did you see this car?!It’s tough times for Donegal farmers.So instead of fuelling up the tractor to fetch a bit of hay, this farmer decided to take things on the hop.The car was parked outside Foy’s Home Decor in Letterkenny this week. We’re not sure if the driver was getting a lick of paint or some curtains for the car, but hay, it was a bit of craic. HAY SIR, IS THAT YOUR NEW TRACTOR? FARMER BALES OUT! was last modified: August 21st, 2015 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)
Donegal death notices for today, Saturday, September 24th.Charlie MCNAMEEThe death has taken place of Charlie McNamee of Tonfluff, Cloghan, aged 5 years old, at the home of his parents Angela and Patrick.Deeply regretted by his broken hearted parents, brother Boyd, grandparents Mary and Michael McGinty and Breda and Charlie McNamee, aunts and uncles, cousins, relatives and friends. His funeral Mass will be at 11 o’clock on Sunday in The Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Glenfin, with burial afterwards in Cill Mhuire Cemetery. Family flowers only. House private to family and friends and on the morning of the funeral.Ownie KAVANAGHThe death has taken place of Ownie Kavanagh of Leabrannagh, Arranmore Island. Reposing at Mc Glynn’s Funeral Home on Friday, September 23rd, from 3pm until 4.30pm, with removal afterwards for the 5pm ferry to Aranmore to repose at his late residence.Funeral Mass on Sunday, September 25th, at 11am in St Crone’s Church, followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. House private please from 12 midnight to 10am.Eilish JOHNSTONThe death has occurred of Eilish Johnston of Copany, Donegal Town peacefully at Sligo University Hospital. Reposing at her late residence today from 4pm to 10pm and tomorrow, Saturday, from 4pm to 10pm. Funeral Service in Laghey Parish Church on Sunday at 3pm followed by private cremation in the Lakelands Crematorium, Cavan. House strictly private on the morning of the funeral. Donations in lieu of flowers, if so desired, to SHOUT.Francie HARKINThe death has occurred of Francie Harkin at Letterkenny University Hospital and late of Harkin’s Bar, Brockagh, Cloghan.Sadly missed by his loving wife Mary, sons Eugene and Bernard, daughters, Marie and Geraldine, daughter in law, son in law, sister, grandchildren, relatives and friends.His remains will repose at his home from 12 noon tomorrow, Saturday. His Remains will leave his home at 11.15 on Monday for 12 noon Mass in The Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Glenfin, with burial afterwards in Kilteevogoue Cemetery. Family flowers only please and donations, if desired, to Medical 3, Letterkenny University Hospital, c/o any family member.Bridget GRIERThe death has occurred of Bridget Grier, The Glen, Ramelton. Reposing at her home. Requiem Mass in St. Peter’s Church, Milford, on Sunday at 11.00am followed by interment in Tully Cemetery.Deeply regretted by her sorrowing brother Andy, sisters Molly, Lizzie, Peg and Sarah, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.Paddy GREENEThe death has occurred of Paddy Greene, Magheralosk, Bunbeg. Reposing at his late residence. House private from 11pm to 10am. Rosary both nights at 9pm.Funeral Mass in St Mary’s Church, Derrybeg on Sunday afternoon at 1pm with burial afterwards in Magheragallon Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu to Donegal Hospice. Stephen STERRITTThe death has taken place of Stephen Sterritt of Ayrfield, Dublin / Letterkenny, Donegal, at his home in Clonrosse Drive, Ard na Greine with his family. Devoted husband of Catherine, loving father to Louise, Neil and Dermot and a doting Grandfather to Erin, Ben and Charlie. Will be sadly missed by his mother, Maisie, brothers Stanley, Leslie and Mark, sisters-in-law, extended family and friends.Reposing at home Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th. Visitors are invited between 3 – 6 pm. Removal to All Saints Church, Raheny on Monday 26th September for service at 11 am.Remains will be reposing at the Eternal Light Chapel of Rest, Mountain Top, Letterkenny, Donegal, on Monday 26th from 5 – 7 pm with removal to Conval Parish Church at 7 pm to repose overnight. Funeral Service Tuesday 27th September at 2 pm with interment to follow in Gortlee CemeteryFamily flowers only. Donations in lieu to ARC Cancer Support Services and St. Francis Hospice, Raheny. Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace was last modified: September 24th, 2016 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)