More support for FIFA candidate InfantinoGENEVA (AP):Gianni Infantino is having the best week of any FIFA presidential candidate for public pledges of support to succeed Sepp Blatter, and got South America on his side on Thursday.The 10-nation body known as CONMEBOL said in a statement that its executive committee agreed to give the UEFA general secretaryunanimous support in the February 26 election.On Monday, Infantino was backed by the seven federations from Central America, and Trinidad and Tobago also endorsed him on Thursday despite mistakenly referring in its video message to him as “Giovanni” Infantino.Infantino can count on a big majority of the 53 members in Europe – already giving him more than 70 of the 209 FIFA votes if public promises hold up in the polling booths in Zurich.A two-thirds majority of eligible voters is required to win in the first round, and a simple majority will clinch the presidency in subsequent rounds.English FA boss leaving over reformsLONDON (AP):The English Football Association chairman, who set the national team a target of winning the World Cup by 2022, is leaving in July.Greg Dyke announced yesterday that he will not stand for re-election this year because of friction which he expects will result from attempts to modernise the FA’s decision-making structures.”I had already decided that if no reform was possible, I was going to leave anyway this summer, a position I had shared with a number of colleagues,” Dyke said. “What I now see is that even if we get the reform through, which will be a difficult and divisive process, although essential, I am probably not the best person to pick up the pieces following the inevitable discord.”Since arriving at the FA in 2013, the former BBC director general has been trying to ensure that England has a pool of players capable of turning England into World Cup winners for the first time since 1966.Dyke has also been a leading critic of Sepp Blatter at FIFA.Sri Lanka recall FernandoCOLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP):Fast bowler Dilhara Fernando has been surprisingly recalled by Sri Lanka after more than three years out, for three Twenty20 matches against India next month, Sri Lanka Cricket said yesterday.The 36-year-old Fernando last played for Sri Lanka in July 2012.Sri Lanka Cricket says Dinesh Chandimal will lead the team as Lasith Malinga is out injured.Seniors Angelo Mathews, Nuwan Kulasekara, Rangana Herath, and seam bowler Nuwan Pradeep will also miss the series due to injuries.The series, preparation for the World Twenty20 which will also be held in India, begins on February 9 in Pune.Squad: Dinesh Chandimal (captain), Tillakaratne Dilshan, Seekuge Prasanna, Milinda Siriwardana, Dhanushka Gunathilaka, Thisara Perera, Dasun Shanaka, Asela Gunaratne, Chamara Kapugedera, Dushmantha Chameera, Dilhara Fernando, Kasun Rajitha, Binura Fernando, Sachithra Senanayake and Jeffrey Vandersay.
Madam Rebecca Kalayi, president of NADAL (center), with members.The president of the National Agro-dealers Association of Liberia (NADAL) has cautioned agro-dealers in the country on the proper use of inputs. Madam Rebecca Kalayi spoke yesterday to the Daily Observer during a one day visit to agro-dealers at the Red Light General Market and the Bernard Farm Community in Paynesville. According to Kalayi, many smallholder farmers will be attracted to the use of agro-inputs provided that inputs are properly delivered to them.More than 25 agro-dealers in the Red Light district and Bernard Farm Community were visited by Madam Kalayi, who said there are plans to extend her visit to other agro-dealers in other parts of the country. “I am here to acquaint myself with the work of the agro-input dealers to ensure that they are truly applying knowledge acquired from previous training. We must adequately be able to handle agro-chemicals, if we are to promote and increase food production. There are many challenges still facing the agro-chemicals industry that we intend to address,” she said.She mentioned that some agro-dealers are being harassed by the police when taking their goods to the market. “It is being reported by some members of our organization that they are constantly being arrested by the police, without tangible reasons. We want the police to allow our members free movement whenever they are trading their goods within the country,” she mentioned.Madam Kalayi revealed that since the establishment of NADAL, her administration has been working very hard to improve the agro-chemicals industry in Liberia, but stressed the need for more capacity building to enable locals to compete with foreigners. “We have succeeded in opening an office for the organization and obtaining a contract from the Government to deliver agricultural inputs to smallholder farmers across the country. We want the Ministry of Agriculture to further build our capacity to reach smallholder farmers with needed services,” she said.The NADAL president disclosed that there is a plan to purchase land to establish a demonstration farm for the use of training agro-dealers on the safe application of inputs. “We are thankful to the Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity and the Ministry of Agriculture for establishing NADAL, but we still look forward to their support,” she concluded.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Retinablastoma diagnosis Following successful treatment overseas, three-year-old Lindener Crystal John has returned home and has now been deemed cancer free.John, who travelled to receive treatment in Cuba for Neuroblastoma and retinoblastoma (cancer of the eye) has successfully conducted radio and chemotherapy during her five-month stay.Her parents LaShawn and Ivan John are now keeping hope alive that she will soon be able to see again. John’s mother recently indicated that she is doing well except for some complaints of burning in her eyes.“She aint getting no pains, all she crying out is that it burning. That means that she getting some kind of sensitivity to the light. Everything else is ok. We trying to teach her how to move around, walk, eat. Remember she have to learn everything again. So we getting there,” her mother pointed out.The three-year-old is slated to return to Cuba early next year for follow-up treatment as her parents continue to hope for the best.“There is still hope because if he (specialist) say he want to see her back in January and know what more he can do for her means there is still hope,” her mother said. “We didn’t do the surgery because the tumor wasn’t on the optic nerve, it was just beneath the eye rim so it reduced in size and the chemotherapy killed it,” she continued. John, of Amelia’s Ward, Mackenzie, Linden, was diagnosed with the life-threatening disease Retinablastoma when she was just eight months old, which resulted in the removal of her left eye. She later began losing vision in her right eye after the tumor returned. This prompted urgent medical attention and an outpouring of monetary assistance from the public and nonprofit organisations. Despite her challenges, the three-year old is scheduled to begin school come September. (Utamu Belle)
Home is where the heart is. Bridgette Pagano threw her third shutout of the season to help the Long Beach State softball team pick up a 7-0 over Canisius College (4-5) in the Long Beach Invitational tournament. L.B. State jumped out to an early lead scoring three times in the first inning after showing discipline at the plate picking up four walks and a single by Whitney Radcliff. The 49ers struck gold again when they scored a pair of fifth inning runs when Beaver and Panita Thanatharn scored on LeSage’s triple. They will resume play today when they face Utah at 1 p.m. and then UCLA at 6 p.m. Track and FieldDistance runner Jimmy Grabow became the first All-American male distance runner in school history after he finished in 11th in the 5000-meter indoor finishing with a time of 13:59.45. Grabow a two-time all conference selection, finishes his career holding four school records three of them being individual records. Pagano struck out five while allowing only three hits for the 49ers (7-13) who were playing their first game in Long Beach this season. Brooke LeSage had a triple and two RBI while Jessica Beaver scored a pair of runs and an RBI. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
UPDATED: DEFENCE Forces experts have carried out a controlled explosion on a bomb in Co Donegal. Gardai in Inishowen had earlier cordoned off a house after a suspicious object was found at the rear of the dwelling.Gardai have sealed off a house in Gleneely.The house in Gleneely was cordoned off after the owner noticed the device earlier today on his doorstep. Gardai arrived and had placed a white Garda tape across the road outside the house awaiting the arrival of bomb disposal experts from Athlone.A Defence Forces spokesman said the device was viable and an expert later carried out a controlled explosion.The house where the find has been made is about a mile outside Gleneely in the townland of Carrowmore.A farmyard next to the house has also been sealed off. An eye-witness said there are up to six Gardai at the scene.“We don’t really know what has happened but one neighbour has said that something has been left at the front door.“We don’t know what it is but the Gardai have been called and the area is being examined,” he said.A Defence Forces spokesman said: “An Army Bomb Disposal team rendered safe a viable improvised explosive device in Gleneely County Donegal this afternoon. The Defence Forces deployed a team to the scene by Air Corps AW -139 Helicopter following a request by Gardai, they arrived on scene at 2.30 pm.“The suspect object was found outside a private residence and a cordon was put in place with some evacuations of nearby houses carried out for public safety. The Team Leader carried out a manual approach to examine the device in situ and the device was then rendered safe by means of a controlled explosion. “The scene was declared safe at 3.40pm and the team returned to base.“All items of an evidential nature have now been handed over to the Gardai to assist them in their investigation of the incident.”A Garda spokesman told Donegal Daily: “Gardaí at Buncrana are investigating the discovery of a suspicious object which was found in a dwelling at Carnmore, Gleneeley Co Donegal. The Defence Forces EOD carried out a controlled explosion at approx 3pm today. No further information is available at this point.”ARMY FORCED TO CARRY OUT CONTROLLED EXPLOSION ON INISHOWEN BOMB was last modified: August 26th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:deviceGardaiGleneelysealed off
Kernans Bistro & Coffee House is brewing up a storm in the Letterkenny Retail Park!Following on from the success of Kernans Coffee House & Bakery Newtowncunningham, The Kernan Group have introduced their Coffee House business into their existing Bistro at unit 3B Letterkenny Retail Park.Kernans Bistro & Coffee House, in the heart of the LK Retail Park, underwent extensive refurbishment recently to create a better all-round dining and coffee house experience. The Kernans Bistro & Coffee House teamCOMPETITIONTo be in with a chance to win a meal for 2 at Kernans Bistro & Coffee House please follow this link share the video and tag 2 friends to the post: https://www.facebook.com/1670034686609335/videos/488739808630890/Kernan’s is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a delicious meal with your family after a busy day shopping.Upstairs, you will find a barista bar serving Kernans House Blend and Shack Coffee served with a choice of homemade desserts and scones from Kernans Bakery. It’s a perfect place for meetings and a catch up with friends for a chat over a coffee.The Kernans Coffee House and Bistro team with ManagementThe new look Kernans Bistro & Coffee House LetterkennyThursday and Friday Evenings at the Bistro are open late until 8pm, serving mouth-watering steaks and their brand new burger range (from Kernans own butchers). A full menu is also available. You can relax and enjoy a glass of wine or a Kinnegar beer from the new drinks menu. Delicious desserts at Kernans Bistro & Coffee House100% Irish Sirloin Steak – locally sourced beef from our own butchers served with tobacco onions, mushrooms, pepper sauce and chips.Caribbean Chicken Curry at Kernans. Caribbean curry with chicken served with basmati rice/chips topped with a poppadum.Late-night dining at Kernans Bistro & Coffee HouseTo treat the kids, Kernans have their famous hot chocolates, waffles and pancakes served with a choice of toppings. Yum!Another favourite is Kernans big breakfast which is served from 8:45am every morning, Monday until Saturday and from 12 midday on Sunday.Emma Cole & Ciaran Haven with the famous big breakfast at Kernans Bistro & Coffee HouseCatriona Mc Brearty with the big breakfast waffles at Kernans Bistro & Coffee HouseProprietor Anthony Kernan and Managing Director Damian Daly are delighted about the refurbishment project.“The new look bistro is ideally located in a central, accessible area in the heart of the Letterkenny Retail Park,” they said.“On July 1st, 2018, The Kernan Group took over the running of the popular Bread & Butter Bistro at Unit 3B of the Letterkenny Retail Park. Over the past year we listened to customer feedback and are really pleased with exciting changes to the Bistro and the new barista upstairs to cater more for the emerging coffee trend amongst Donegal customers. “Many months went into the design, picking the right furniture, furnishings and colours to provide a high level of comfort our patrons expect. Kernans Bistro & Coffee House includes many new features to be excited about. Not only can you be relaxing / dining in total comfort, you will also benefit from their ideal location with hundreds of car park spaces right at their door.”Manager Paul Harkin with Emma Cole and customersEmma Cole & Ciaran Haven with some of their regular customersCiaran Haven & Kellie ShieldsSo what are you waiting for, call in TODAY to Kernans Bistro and Coffee House here at the heart of the Letterkenny Retail Park. Visit the Facebook page Kernans Bistro & Coffee House for daily specials and updates.Kernans Bistro & Coffee House brewing up a storm in Letterkenny – Win a meal for two! was last modified: September 11th, 2019 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:CafédiningfoodKernans Bistro & Coffee Houseletterkennyrestaurantwhere to eat
Hugo Rodallega’s sixth goal of the season put Fulham ahead at half-time as they looked to extend their unbeaten league run. Aside from an early George Williams shot which was saved, the Whites were largely pinned back in their own half by Huddersfield, who twice came close to taking the lead in the first 20 minutes.Fortunately for Fulham, Elsad Zverotic was in the right place to clear Mark Hudson’s header off the line and then Harry Bunn somehow contrived to roll a shot past the post when he only had keeper Marcus Bettinelli to beat.When Huddersfield shot themselves in the foot again, this time at the other end, Fulham were quick to pounce. Hudson, who began his career at Fulham as a youngster, miscontrolled just inside his own half, Rodallega nipped in and after receiving a return pass from Ross McCormack, slotted past the goalkeeper.It wasn’t to spark a spell of Fulham pressure, however. Instead, Huddersfield continued to probe without ever finding the killer pass to expose an anxious-looking Whites defence.And Fulham had two good chances to score a second. George Williams fired into the side netting from an angle and in first half injury time, Rodallega wastefully nodded over from Lasse Christensen’s cross.Kit Symons made two changes from the side which drew with Blackpool in midweek, McCormack returning after suspension, replacing Moussa Dembele, and Kostas Stafylidis replacing the injured Fernando Amorebieta at left-back.Fulham (4-1-2-1-2): Bettinelli; Zverotic, Bodurov, Burn, Stafylidis; Parker; Christensen, Williams; Ruiz; Rodallega, McCormack.Subs: Kiraly, Hutchinson, Eisfeld, Roberts, Woodrow, Dembele, Hyndman.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
NEW YORK — Kendall Graveman returned from the minors with a refined delivery and arsenal of pitches. It wasn’t pretty, but the A’s got what they wanted out of him.Graveman did not use the changeup, the pitch he was working on adding to his repertoire, all that often Friday night, but his heavy dosage of cutters and sinkers kept the Yankees to three hits over six innings of work in Friday’s 10-5 victory to snap a three-game losing streak.Going back to check the statistics on his cutter during …
The Universities of Cape Town and Oxford, each the oldest universities in their countries, have long been partners in research to find innovative solutions to the problems of today, and the future. This was highlighted during a recent visit to UCT by a high-level delegation from the prestigious English university. An aerial view of Oxford University in the UK. South Africa’s University of Cape Town collaborates more with Oxford than with any other British university. (Image: Oxford University) • Long walk to university reaps the reward • Bokoko literacy project brings books and libraries to Africa • South Africa’s Smart Schools showcased on Brand South Africa media tour • New technologies stand to benefit poorer countries • Clinton fund invests in Africa’s girls Staff writerEffective collaboration between universities cannot be imposed from the top down: it must be led by research. This was the message Oxford University vice-chancellor Andrew Hamilton and his senior researchers brought to South Africa’s University of Cape Town last week.The two are the oldest universities in their countries. There is evidence of education at Oxford going back to 1096, nearly 1 000 years ago, making it the oldest functioning university in the English-speaking world and the third-oldest on the planet, after Morocco’s University of Karueein and Italy’s University of Bologna. UCT was founded in 1829 and is not only the oldest university in South Africa but the second-oldest in Africa.The close relationship between the two institutions has created a range of research projects with the potential for tremendous social impact, UCT vice-chancellor Max Price said during the visit. These include research partnerships in malaria drug resistance, new tuberculosis vaccines, food security, and constitutional and customary law in Africa.Oxford’s Hamilton said South Africa was a good place to look into topical global problems. “Collaborations thrive when there is mutual need, and South Africa offers a unique environment to study some of the greatest challenges facing us today,” he said. “We need now to encourage collaboration where it does not yet exist.”UCT works and publishes with Oxford more than with any other British university. Their partnership in neurosciences is one of the most fruitful.“We are particularly pleased that the launch of UCT’s Neurosciences Initiative coincides with this week’s visit by the University of Oxford,” Price said.UCT’s Neurosciences Initiative at the Groote Schuur academic hospital brings together clinicians and researchers from a range of specialities, fostering collaboration in the treatment of a neurological disorders such as stroke, central nervous system infection and trauma.The initiative is led by Prof Graham Fieggen, UCT’s head of neurosurgery. “The majority of people suffering from common neurological disorders live in low and middle-income countries,” he said. “There is a need to understand these disorders within the context of our own continent. We cannot simply import models from the global North.”Oxford professor of neuroscience and co-director of the university’s Centre for Neuromuscular Science, Matthew Wood, who is also a UCT graduate and honorary professor, said neuroscience is central to society.“Neurosciences are much broader than simply understanding the brain or understanding neurological disease,” he said. “Essentially it goes to the heart of who we are as human beings, and to many of the challenges that exist in society.”Oxford vice-chancellor Andrew Hamilton and UCT vice-chancellor Max Price during the former’s visit to South Africa last week. (Image: UCT)Managing chronic diseases over the phoneOne of the projects showcased during the Oxford visit was the development of mobile phone technology allowing people in Africa to manage chronic diseases such as high blood pressure by themselves. Named the SMS-text Adherence Support, or Star, trial, it is part of mobile health development in Africa, and a collaboration between Oxford’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Primary Care Health Sciences and UCT’s Chronic Diseases Initiative for Africa (CDIA) project.Mobile phones are highly effective in reaching patients across Africa. In a recent trial of an intervention to improve blood pressure control, over 95% of patients getting educational and supportive SMSes remained in contact with the project over one year.The collaboration involved Oxford professor of general practice Andrew Farmer, professor of electrical engineering Lionel Tarassenko and David Springer of the Oxford Institute of Biomedical Engineering. UCT researchers included head of medicine Prof Bongani Mayosi, as well as head of the diabetic medicine and endocrinology Prof Naomi Levitt, director of UCT’s Chronic Diseases Initiative for Africa, and the CDIA’s Dr Kirsty Bobrow.Largest community-based study among HIV-positive teenagersAnother project looks for insights into the behaviour of South Africa’s 1.2-million HIV-positive teenagers, to understand why their adherence to anti-retroviral treatment is low, and their use of contraceptives inconsistent.The project, called Mzantsi Wakho, aims to get HIV-positive adolescents to adhere to antiretroviral treatment and access sexual and reproductive health services. It is the largest community-based study of HIV-positive teenagers ever conducted. From preliminary results, stigma still plays a powerful role in stopping teenagers from disclosing their HIV status to their partners.Mzantsi Wakho is led by UCT’s Dr Rebecca Hodes, the director of the Aids and Society Research Unit at the Centre for Social Science Research and an honorary research fellow at UCT’s Department of Historical Studies, and Lucie Cluver, an associate professor of evidence-based social intervention at Oxford and honorary lecturer in UCT’s Division of Neuropsychiatry. The Departments of Health, Social Development, Basic Education and Women, Children and People with Disabilities were consulted on the project’s research design.Controversy over Cecil John Rhodes statueDuring the visit, Oxford vice-chancellor Hamilton added his voice to the debate on removing the statue of arch-colonialist and English mining magnate Cecil John Rhodes from the grounds of UCT.“It’s a debate that should take place,” he told Primedia radio’s Kieno Kammies on Cape Talk. “It’s a debate for the students and faculty of the University of Cape Town – and South Africa in general – to go through, to work out for yourselves what place this figure who did many really quite terrible things during his lifetime.”Oxford University administers the Rhodes Trust, a scholarship programme Rhodes set up to allow promising students from the former British Empire to study at his alma mater.University of Cape Town students protesting for the removal of the statue of Cecil John Rhodes from its prominent position on the university’s grounds. (Image: UCT)“Universities are an ideal place – they are an appropriate place – for that debate to take place,” Hamilton said. “Universities should be about the free flow of ideas, of strong, robust, even sometimes contentious debate about the interpretation of history, about the role of history in the development of modern society.”But, Harrison added, “it’s not for me to comment on the place of Rhodes in contemporary South Africa”.While his Oxford counterpart stayed neutral on the issue, UCT vice chancellor Price said the statue should be removed, as he felt the anguish it caused black students.“I feel the need to apologise on behalf of the university for the kind of pain they’re experiencing for that frustration,” he told Eyewitness News.Edited by Mary Alexander
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