A 32-year-old Charlestown, Georgetown vendor, who reportedly attempted to discard of an unlicensed firearm along with matching ammunition right after he reportedly assaulted his spouse was on Monday remanded to prison.David Bernard appeared before Georgetown Magistrate Judy Latchman and denied that on November 1, 2018 at Broad Street, Charlestown he had in his possession a 9mm pistol without being the licensed forearm holder. It was further alleged that the Bernard on the same date and same location had 15 rounds of 9mm ammunition in his possession without being licensed holder.Brenard also denied a charge of assault, which stated that on November 1, 2018 at Lot 17 Broad Street, Charlestown he unlawfully assaulted Jessica Belle.Police Prosecutor Quinn Harris told the court that on November 1, a report was made by Belle for the arrest of the defendant in relation to a domestic dispute. However, when Bernard was being approached by Police ranks he was seen taking out the weapon from his pocket and throwing it next to a zinc fence. He was arrested, and the gun and ammunition were retrieved.Objections were made in relation to the firearm and ammunition charges citing the seriousness and prevalence of such occurrences.Magistrate Latchman upheld the prosecution’s submission and remanded Brenard to prison on both firearm related charges. He was released on $20,000 bail for the assault charge. The cases will continue on November 8.
The Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice) administration has completed its work programme for 2019.This was according to Deputy Regional Executive Officer (DREO) Sherwin Wellington while addressing the Region Five Regional Democratic Council (RDC) on Friday.Deputy Regional Executive Officer (DREO) Sherwin WellingtonHe told the gathering that the administration was given $436,160,000 under its current work programme for 2019.“To date we would have expended those funds. But on the capital side even though we would have expended all of our money, with the savings that we got, we were able to purchase additional things which we had put in the budget and were not approved in all five programme hands. We would have spent all of our allocations on the current budget. We’ve just a few more vouchers to add in, so all the money we would have gotten from the Parliament, we would have spent.”Region Five has been plagued with the RDC not being able to have successful meetings ever since January 2016. In fact, over the past year, the Council has not been able to have any fruitful discussion.Wellington, who was at the time serving as the Clerk of the RDC, acknowledged that the lack of meetings has had a negative impact on the Region.He took the opportunity to call on Councillors to unite for the betterment of the Region.“When you sit here, you sit as a council putting aside party affiliation. So, as a council, you will be able to make decisions that will represent all and that would benefit everyone. So, from 2020, let us all work together and we will get progress when we work together,” the DREO told the RDC.Meanwhile, Wellington said that funds from other Ministries which were pumped into the Region have also been exhausted.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The University of Victoria Vikes Summer Camp entered its fourth day at Dr. Kearny elementary school.The camp is run by varsity soccer players and had close to 60 Fort St. John residents participate.UVIC player and camp coach Isaac Koch explained that the camp focused on a different skill set each day such as passing, shooting and ball control.- Advertisement –Kids shooting during the 2018 Vikes Summer Camp. Photo by John Luke Kieper.Koch added that he’s been very impressed with the skill of the Fort St. John soccer players.“This is kind of a more elite camp then we do at UVIC,” said Koch. “All the kids know how to play, so it’s a lot more coaching then it is babysitting. It’s a lot of fun.”Advertisement Koch mentioned that one of the best qualities he’s seen from the players were their excellent attitudes.“Their attitude is the biggest thing I’ve noticed. They’re collecting balls, listening pretty well and they’re all just pretty great.”Kids in the huddle with player/coach Isaac Koch. Photo by John Luke Kieper.The camp concludes Friday where the participants will practice all the skills they’ve learned as well as play a variety of different games. The UVIC Vikes Summer Camp plans to return next summer.Advertisement
“I tried to do some (different) things out there,” Hingis said. “I wanted to come in more and I won a lot of points at the net, so that’s satisfying. Maybe I can bring that in against the top players as well.” Sharapova, ranked No. 1 the world, began her title defense with a 7-6 (5), 6-4 victory over Michaella Krajicek. INDIAN WELLS – Martina Hingis led the expected parade of seeded players into the third round of the Pacific Life Open, and former finalist Gustavo Kuerten bowed out in the first round of the men’s draw Friday. The third-seeded Hingis, the tournament winner in 1998 and a two-time runner-up, took her first step toward a possible semifinal meeting with top-seeded defending champion Maria Sharapova, beating 16-year-old Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark 6-1, 6-3. Kuerten, a three-time French Open champion and an Indian Wells finalist in 2003, is struggling in his comeback from a hip injury. The Brazilian star is 2-6 this year after his 7-6 (5), 6-2 loss to Juan Martin del Potro, an Argentine ranked No.65. “Especially the first set, I had my chances,” said Kuerten, who played only one ATP Tour match last year. “I think the match could be very different if I had won the set. I would be much more confident. Instead of that, I was very frustrated because I knew to go all the way around (to win), the three (sets) would be really tough for me. I just need to get a little bit more consistency, and then just getting maybe some more endurance, too, would help me.” The 96-player men’s draw, like the women’s, gave byes to the 32 seeded players, so none of them were in action Friday, when Americans Vince Spadea and Paul Goldstein were among the first-round winners. No. 7 Jelena Jankovic, No. 8 Anna Chakvetadze and No. 11 Shahar Peer all advanced in straight sets, while No. 14 Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia and No. 19 Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic survived three-set challenges. Hantuchova, the 2002 tournament champion, outlasted Kaia Kanepi of Estonia, 6-2, 2-6, 6-1. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A new 12 week music production evening course is set to launch in Letterkenny Institiute of Technology.The LYIT campusThe course will be delivered by multi-award winning producer from Letterkenny Timmy Gibson, and he will be assisted by Conrad Gibbons.This comprehensive programme will cover everything to start producing electronic music using Logic Pro X music software and is the first evening course of its kind to be run in LYIT. The aim of the programme is for participants to create your own professional standard production, ready for commercial release.Closing date for registration is February 13th and will run on Mondays starting March 2nd.To register, contact Peter Dobson firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 074 9186063).For further information see www.lyit.ie/courses or contact Timmy Gibson at email@example.com FANCY MAKING SWEET ELECTRONIC MUSIC AT LYIT? was last modified: February 7th, 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) Tags:donegalLYITMUSIC COURSE
Gaeil Fhánada Lotto resultsLotto numbers drawn were: 02, 05, 06, 07, 15. Bonus 19. No jackpot winner. €100 winner John Dorrian, Cashel. €50 winner Grace McFadden, Milford.Next week’s jackpot is €2,500. Bridie Doherty & Fiona Shiels on duty next week.Come on support our club! €50 winner Annie Mc Conigley, Doaghbeg. Next weeks jackpot is €2,450. John Blaney & Mark Dorrian on duty next week.€50 winner Annie Mc Conigley, Doaghbeg. Next weeks jackpot is €2,450. John Blaney & Mark Dorrian on duty next week.€50 winner Annie Mc Conigley, Doaghbeg. Next weeks jackpot is €2,450. John Blaney & Mark Dorrian on duty next week. €50 winner Annie Mc Conigley, Doaghbeg. Next weeks jackpot is €2,450. John Blaney & Mark Dorrian on duty next week. €50 winner Annie Mc Conigley, Doaghbeg. Next weeks jackpot is €2,450. John Blaney & Mark Dorrian on duty next week. Gaeil Fhánada Membership 2016:Adult – €40 Student (over 18) – €25 Juvenile (under 18) – €15Membership needs to be paid by March 1st 2016. All players in training at the minute should sign forms and pay membership ASAP. You’re not insured until this is done. Please contact Registrar (Margaretta) asap.Forms available now from Registrar.(If anyone would find it easier to pay membership over few weeks please contact Registrar 0868744405 asap) Gaeil Fhánada Underage training for boys and girls born 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 in Rossnakill Resource Centre this Saturday 30th Jan @ 5pm sharp.Please bring your own waterbottle and €1 to cover the cost of the hall.Change of time is due to a Jujitsu Competition in the hall on Saturday. If you require further information, please contact Martin McAteer on 9163472. Minors 2016 Meeting for the Minor squad for 2016 in Rossnakill Resource Centre this coming Saturday 30th January @ 6.15pm sharp.All players interested in playing are asked to attend.Membership needs to be paid by March 1st 2016.All players in training at the minute should sign forms and pay membership immediately. You’re not insured until this is done. Please contact Registrar (Margaretta) asap.Forms available now from Registrar.(If anyone would find it easier to pay membership over few weeks please arrange with Registrar 0868744405 asap)GAA Foundation Level Coach A Foundation Level Coaching Course will take place in Downings next Friday evening and Saturday January 29th and 30th.This is a great opportunity to get your basic training locally. It is open to everyone over 18 years, men and women. Anyone interested please contact Martin McAteer 91 63472.It is open to everyone over 18 years, men and women.Anyone interested please contact Martin McAteer 91 63472 GAA National Club DrawMembers of Gaeil Fhánada are around selling tickets for the GAA National Club Draw in our own club area in the coming weeks. All profit goes to your local Club. Be in with a chance to win numerous prizes in three different draws. As well as a chance to win big in the National Club Draw you will also be in with a chance to win prizes in a draw run by Donegal County Board AND also a separate draw in our own Club.Tickets are €10 each with lots of chances to win! If you weren’t in when we called and would like to be in this draw, please contact any committee member. Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win!YES…….. As well as a chance to win big in the National Club Draw you will also be in with a chance to win prizes in a draw run by Donegal County Board AND seperate draw in our own club.Tickets are €10 each with lots of chances to win!Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win! Don’t forget Gaeil Fhánada Club gear available now from Michael Murphy Sports! GAEIL FHÁNADA CALL MEETING FOR CLUB MINORS AHEAD OF NEW SEASON was last modified: January 26th, 2016 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:GAAGaeil FhanadaSport
The most dynamic player in the NFL not named Patrick Mahomes looms as a threat to the 49ers existence as an unbeaten team.Christian McCaffrey is the rare kind of guy who can ruin a defense all by himself, which is what he’ll try to do when the Carolina Panthers invade Levi’s Stadium on Sunday.“I mean, he creates a lot of problems,” Buccaneers defensive coordinator Todd Bowles said of the speedy third-year running back from Stanford. “I don’t think you can stop him with one guy. Sometimes, …
Was it the ultimate flight and ultimate ailrine meal? Well if you love the 70s the answer is a resounding yes and probably no matter what era is your favourite, this culinary delight – and flight – ticked every box.The meal served between Honolulu and Nadi on the delivery flight of Qantas’s latest and 75th Boeing 737-800 adorned in a 1970s retro colour scheme was designed by culinary master Neil Perry.Mr Perry took some 70s favourites and gave them the famous Rockpool signature contemporary twist using the best seasonal produce.Mr Perry explains; “These dishes were on the dinner party menu in the 70s and are timeless and delicious. Whilst we stayed true to the original concept, over the decades palates have evolved and quality ingredients have become more easily available so we have introduced some subtle twists to the classics.” Our 70s experience started with a Hawaiian flavour – the famous Mai Tai. Invented in fact at Trader Vic’s restaurant in Oakland, California in 1944, Mai Tai is an adaption of the Tahitian word for “good”.And it was so good that its inventor Victor Bergeron was hired by the Royal Hawaiian hotel to develop the drink adding pineapple juice. And adding to the 70s theme the three flight attendants, Peta, Amy and Jasmine were adorned in the stunning Pucci designed vibrant green uniforms with floral dresses.The Mai Tai’s were quickly followed by Hore d’oeuvres from the 70s. Stuffed tomatoes, devils on horseback, chicken liver pate and stuffed eggs.The big favourite was the devils on horseback – prunes stuffed with mango chutney and wrapped in bacon and served hot.Entrée was a choice between consommé printanier and smoked salmon pillows with pickled cucumber and melba toast. The consommé printanier is a delicious chicken based dish with carrot, turnip, peas, beans and asparagus tips but for me it was the smoked salmon and icy cold champagne, that had replaced the Mai Tias.Main course was a choice of four magnificent dishes. And from next month Qantas will be progressively offering four main courses to all economy passengers on international flights. What is more, the airline is not only doubling the offering but doubling the size of the portions. Qantas is also offering something you could never do in the 70s – online ordering of your preference. But back to the 70s classic mains and they were indeed classic! Mushroom vol au vent, lobster thermidor, duck a l’orange or beef wellington.I couldn’t go past the lobster thermidor which was mouth watering to use a 70s phrase.And the sides? Waldorf salad, peas bonne femme and potatoes dauphinoise. The Waldorf salad brought a smile as I flash backed to the famous John Cleese 1970s classic series Fawlty Towers, where an entire episode was built around the bumbling efforts by Basil Fawlty to create a Waldorf salad for an American couple.Luckily for us Qantas decided not to roll out 1970s white wines such as Moselle and instead served what has become a classic of the current decade – Shaw and Smith SB.We were really on the ultimate nostalgia trip with wonderful memories flooding back.I was taken back to wonderful teenage days when my mother, Una, put on dinner parties that became legendary. And the sweets capped it off.Sherry trifle and chocolate mousse. I couldn’t resist the sherry trifle just to see if it was a good as mum’s. It was.Of course delivery flights are very special and particularly one built around nostalgia for the flying kangaroo and the late James Strong, who the plane is named after.But Qantas is clearly on the rise after a few tough years and one gets the feeling that the retro 737 is a symbol of a new Qantas – revitalised, engaged and committed to the travelling public.Geoffrey Thomas travelled to Seattle as guest of Qantas and Boeing.
CEOs Know Campaign: The Johannesburg Stock ExchangeTsabeng Nthite – Inspired by the need to build a positive reputation for South Africa, Brand South Africa – through its digital campaign themed ‘CEOs Know’ this week interviewed Ms Nicki Newton-King, the CEO of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) who shared her thoughts on why the JSE leads by example.“We are really proud of the way the JSE leads by example, we have world class financial markets in a developing economy – something that takes many of our international clients by quite considerable surprise. The JSE is also one of the world’s top 20 equity markets, one of the world’s top 10 derivatives markets, and one of the world’s top 5 bond markets.”The CEOs Know campaign is in collaboration with Business Leadership South Africa and aims to position South Africa as in ideal investment destination. The CEOs Know Campaign features various CEO’s from multinational corporations based in South Africa, who share insights behind their continued investment into South Africa.The JSE continues to dominate the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region, representing 38% of all listed companies and 83% of total market capitalisation in the region in 2012. In fact, 68 of sub-Saharan Africa’s 100 largest companies in terms of market capitalisation are listed on the JSE, including the five largest companies in Africa. In addition to being the most advanced stock exchange in the region, the JSE is also among the global top 20 of exchanges in market capitalisation and turnover. With a market capitalisation of 159% of GDP in 2012, South Africa also has one of the largest equity markets in the world, relative to the size of its economy.Touching on the recent transition in political leadership which led to Cyril Ramaphosa being elected as President of the Republic – Newton-King says that this change has brought about a sense of renewed hope – not only for South Africans, but also for foreign investors.“When foreign investors have come to talk to us recently – they started out with the question ‘is the political change for real’ and what we are able to confidently tell them is that this change has imbued our people with a real sense of home and optimism. They ask us about the Rule of Law, and whether or not we all respect their rights and of course we proudly say that we have one of the world’s most respected Constitutions and one of the most respected judiciary – and these are enormously positive things to say about our country.“This country is the most extraordinary place to live in, there is a beat that you wake up to every single day. I am inspired by the diversity that we have as a competitive advantage in this country,” concluded Newton-King.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.