In an effort to improve human capacity to manage solid waste, authorities from Gbarnga, Bong County, Gompa (Ganta), Nimba County, and Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County are participating in a 5-day USAID Local Empowerment for Government Inclusion and Transparency (LEGIT) Community Solid Waste Management Training in Gompa.Other participants including city corporation staff and mayors of Gbarnga, Gompa and Zwedru, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)/Community Based Organizations (CBOs), as well as representatives from petty trader organizations from Bong, Nimba, and Grand Gedeh counties are attending the training which started yesterday and will end on Friday, July 14.The Mayor of Gompa, Benjamin Dokpa, expressed his appreciation to USAID LEGIT for providing the opportunity to build the capacity of the participants and cautioned them to take advantage of the opportunity.LEGIT’s senior government advisor Straven H. Willie stressed the importance of keeping the various cities clean. He spoke of the need for collective effort to keep the cities clean and advised the participants to practice what they learn from the training.USAID LEGIT team leader, Judy Oduma, provided an overview of the LEGIT project and said LEGIT seeks to strengthen the government’s policy on decentralization by promoting transparency, effectiveness, and accountability of government resources at the sub-national level.She said the LEGIT project has four components: to work with the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Governance Commission to help strengthen the government’s decentralization program; to work with county governments and help to strengthen their capacities in local governance. Other components are to strengthen city authorities to provide quality services for city residents; and to work with civil society and community-based organizations in demanding quality services from city and county authorities through the utilization of social audit tools.During the first day of the training, presentations on solid waste management with business aspects, primary waste collection, primary waste collection methodologies and equipment, and the environmental health and sanitation linkages in solid waste management were presented by Yondeh Moore-Ilechukwu, a veteran solid waste management specialist.The objective of the training is to provide an understanding to city corporation authorities, CSOs/CBOs, petty traders and LEGIT Urban Planning Coordinators of how to manage solid waste in their various counties, and to also provide participants with an idea of the business module of waste management.Service delivery is a major component of the work of local authorities, and the training will enhance their efforts to provide service to residents.The training also seeks to identify areas for improvement in the solid waste sector and participants will also have a clearer understanding of their individual role as citizens to manage waste, while obtaining a better understanding of the financial management of solid waste.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
21 years laterA man, who was evading Police for the past 21 years for the murder of his wife, was hauled before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Monday.Philbert Thomas, 46, appeared before Magistrate Leron Daly and was not required to plead to the indictable charge which stated that on September 5, 1998 at Cubacalli, Waini, North West District, Region One (Barima-Waini) he murdered Viola Thomas.Philbert ThomasAccording to Police information, Thomas allegedly murdered his then 23-year-old wife, a resident of Cubacalli, Waini, North West District, during a fun day in 1998.It was reported that Thomas stabbed his wife several times about her body, and then made good his escape.However, it was only recently that the accused was arrested, charged and remanded to prison for inflicting grievous bodily harm to his ex-lover and her companion.It was after him being charged that the mother of the late Viola Thomas saw his photograph in the newspaper as Philbert Thomas. For that charge, he gave his name as Gilbert Thomas but the woman nonetheless went to the Police. The dead woman’s mother went to the Acquero Police Station and made a report stating he was the man who is wanted in connection with the murder of her daughter.Following the killing in 1998, the Director of Public Prosecution had recommended that the suspect be charged with murder, as the fugitive was in hiding. The matter was heard at the Acquero Magistrates’ Court, Region One, where several witnesses testified against Thomas, who was charged in absentia.Eight years later, the matter was recalled at the same court and was adjourned with no appointed date for resumption (sine die).Following his identification recently, a court order was filed and Philbert Thomas, called Gilbert Thomas, was identified by the murder victim’s mother and he subsequently confessed to the crime.The accused was remanded to prison and the case will continue on September 9, when he will appear before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan for reassignment.Thomas was last month charged for felonious wounding committed on his ex-lover Dally Gobin and her friend Leaymond Smith. It was reported that on the day in question, the victims were imbibing at Gobin’s house when the suspect showed up without being invited. This resulted in a heated argument which led to a scuffle. Thomas allegedly whipped out a knife and dealt Gobin one stab to her breast. He then turned his attention to Smith and stabbed him once before fleeing the scene.The victims were taken to the Kwakwani Hospital, where they were treated and referred to the Linden Hospital Complex. There they were admitted, and subsequently discharged.Thomas was arrested while hiding at a camp in the Hururu Backlands, and was subsequently charged.
The Huskies need to pass the puck more. I mean, two different times in Sexsmith, they were scored on after Robbie Sidhu had his pocket picked trying to stickhandle his way out of the zone. And I don’t mean to pick on Sidhu, because pretty much all of them have done it at some point. It’s an easy problem to point at, but a hard one to quantify, and harder still to fix. Now, those aren’t problems that can be solved overnight. But, I do have one simple suggestion. “We’re not working as a team” Kyle Porter lamented after the loss in Sexsmith last weekend. Playing as a team doesn’t just mean sacrificing your body in your own end. It also means involving everyone on the ice. A good breakout, strong attacking game, effective special teams – these things all take more than one good player. We all know the Huskies have it in them. The question is when they’re going to show us. JZ- Advertisement – But, they bailouts haven’t been happening lately, and suddenly we’re seeing evidence of deeper problems within the team. But it’s not just goals in the back of your own net. We’ve talked about it before – this team has a ton of speed. But, every time someone tries to stickhandle out of the zone, every time someone makes a move in the neutral zone instead of a simple outlet pass, that speed gets wasted. But I think it’s right on the money. Earlier in the season, and on their past six-game winning streak, the Huskies were powering past teams because they had individuals who could change games by themselves. Trailing late in a game, you just knew there were enough skilled guys on the bench that one of them would bail them out, and that’s how it often went down.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champ“Our residents deserve to live in safe and peaceful communities, and we must all work together to stop the graffiti criminals and taggers who are defacing our neighborhood streets,” Molina said in a statement. Graffiti Tracker is a company that catalogs and compares incidents of graffiti. It uses cameras equipped with global positioning system technology. Photos of graffiti are taken by cleanup crews and can be uploaded to a Web site, where they are analyzed and categorized for reference. Graffiti Tracker can sort graffiti by the moniker or name of a gang or tagger. It is used by Pico Rivera, Montebello, Whittier, Santa Fe Springs, Alhambra and Downey. “This is the first time the Department of Public Works will be using the trackers with our contractor as a pilot project,” said Kathy Salama, a spokeswoman for the county Public Works Department. She said currently Graffiti Tracker is used on a limited basis by the Sheriff’s Department in Supervisor Don Knabe’s 4th District, which covers the majority of South Whittier. WHITTIER – As part of the county’s anti-graffiti efforts, scrawled vandalism in West Whittier and a section of South Whittier will be photographed, compiled in a database and analyzed. The county Board of Supervisors on Dec. 4 amended its contract with Superior Property Services in Pico Rivera so that the company can take photographs and send the information to Graffiti Tracker for analysis. The areas affected are West Whittier and the portion of South Whittier in Supervisor Gloria Molina’s 1st District. The $1,200-a-month cost will be shouldered by the supervisor’s office for six months. County public works officials expect the change should take effect this month. Sheriff’s Lt. John Voza said Graffiti Tracker has worked pretty well in Knabe’s South Whittier area. “The last time I checked we had about 60 arrests,” Voza said. He said deputies served search warrants and arrested 11 people who did damage in excess of $400 each. Voza said the tracker pegged this group to 669 tagging incidents from January to November that caused around $175,000 in damages. While the majority of the crew lives in West Whittier, he said a lot of the tagging was done in South Whittier. “Graffiti is always an issue. It’s a problem in cities,” said Capt. Mike Rothans of the sheriff’s Pico Rivera station, which patrols Pico Rivera and the county areas of West Whittier and South Whittier. Since September 2006 when Pico Rivera started using Graffiti Tracker, he said, 78 people have been arrested. Back then, he said, the city averaged 46 incidents a day. “Today we average 19 to 20,” Rothans said. But Rothans pointed out that contracting with Graffiti Tracker is just a part of anti-graffiti efforts. A new team dedicated to fighting graffiti will start the first week of January. Called the Vandalism Enforcement Team, it will be made up of a sergeant and four deputies and have a dedicated probation officer and deputy district attorney. Molina’s office said the team will launch as a pilot program from January through June in Pico Rivera and South Whittier, West Whittier and Los Nietos. “We wanted to look at a more regional approach. The idea of a team came up,” Rothans said. Molina said she is looking forward to seeing the results of the pilot program. “Our law enforcement agencies will be working hard to arrest and convict the graffiti vandals and there will be a zero tolerance policy – anyone caught doing graffiti will be convicted to the fullest extent of the law and we will hold minors’ parents accountable with steep fines, community service and parenting classes,” she said. two weeks ago email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Hi! I’m Mairéad, I’m a Primary School Teacher but love keeping up to date with the latest trends and love blogging about lifestyle and fashion. Hope you enjoy my posts!LIFESTYLE AND FASHION WITH MAIRÉAD: Hello! This week I’m going to be talking about sunscreen. With holiday season in full swing and the glorious weather we’ve been getting here of late- which we should definitely be making the most of as in Ireland we know it could end at any minute!It is however, extremely important that you protect your skin from sun damage, I think us Irish are very clued in when it comes to wearing sunscreen abroad but we can be quite neglectful when it comes to protecting ourselves from the sun here at home for the simple reason being that we don’t get enough!Any sign of sunshine and we are out straight away trying to catch as many rays as possible without a second thought about sun cream-“sure we don’t get it that much what harm can it do? ” A LOT!!!They’re probably going to kill me for saying this but unlike me, my brothers take a great colour and the tops come off at the first sign of sunshine!!!! I remember years ago my brother putting cooking oil on himself to purposely make himself burn whilst out in sun- sounds insane now doesn’t it?! Thankfully Magees Pharmacy have us covered when it comes to protecting us from protecting us from sun damage.https://magees.ie/https://www.facebook.com/MageesPharmacy/?fref=ts Magees have an extensive rage of sun creams to suit any budget. But how do you pick the right sun cream?LA ROCHE-POSAY are experts in skin care, highly recommended by dermatologists, they cater for all skin types and skin conditions and their sun creams are no different.LA ROCHE-POSAY sun cream offers up to SPF 50+ protection for even the most sun sensitive skin and are waterproof. Their creams have broad spectrum coverage meaning the product protects against both types of rays: UVB and UVA. UVB rays burn skin, and UVA rays can cause age-related damage. Both kinds have been linked to skin cancer.In fact we should be wearing an SPF on our daily, sun or no sun, as it helps acts as a barrier for our skin from environmental factors which can cause damage and premature aging of the skin (let face it nobody wants that!).When choosing a sun cream always look at the active ingredients, these are the products which are going to penetrate deep into the skin to help protect unlike other ingredients which just remain on the surface of the skin.LA ROCHE-POSAY sun creams contain active ingredients such as Avobenzone and Zinc oxide. Avobenzone is a common active-chemical ingredient, it penetrates the skin’s surface and helps absorb harmful UVA rays. Zinc oxide or Titanium dioxide acts as compounds and rather than absorbing rays, they reflect them away from the skin. They’re a good choice for those with sensitive skin.The fact that it’s also fragrance-free makes it a gentle option for those with sensitive or rosacea-affected skin, too. I love this product’s thin, fluid texture and lightweight matte finish anyone with normal to oily skin will appreciate this .It is definitely the best options for those who find that most SPF-rated products feel too heavy or leave their skin shiny.NUXE are the new kids on the block as regards sun screen protection-NUXE new formula not only provides the protection that you need, but is also pleasurable enough to that you’d want to keep on reapplying right through the day, which is so important for adequate sun protection. The NUXE range is a lot smaller in comparison to other brands but this makes choosing the right product for you more simple.There are two products that offer universal sun protection for both the body and the face: the Nuxe Sun Tanning Oil SPF10, and the Nuxe Sun Milky Spray SPF20, plus a higher level of protection for the face: the Nuxe Sun Delicious Cream for Face SPF30.The Tanning Oil’s SPF of 10 is quite unique in a sun protection range, NUXE specialise in maintaining your natural tan,NUXE claims that this lower protection product should be used only by those bronzed babes who have already tanned or dark skin, and that reapplication every two hours is essential. The prefect product for all the sun worshipers out there!If you’re pale and interesting, this isn’t the product for you! The higher protection Milky Spray for Face and Body with its SPF of 20 is suitable for most other skin tones, as is the Delicious Cream for Face, which offers the highest protection in the range to suit delicate complexions.Each of the products are formulated with the same ingredients, including patented Water Hyacinth to protect the skin from dehydration, Kau Pe Flower to relieve burning sensations, and carob seed powder, which stimulates melanogenesis and prolongs your natural tan.The Tanning Oil, has a lightweight, moisturising finish that isn’t quite a dry oil, but isn’t greasy either and makes your skin feel so satiny after use.The Milky Spray, is equally lightweight. The Delicious Cream is a little richer, offering lasting moisture and protection without leaving a chalky cast.When you finish your fun in the sun, there’s the intensely soothing Nuxe Sun Refreshing After-Sun Lotion for Face and Body to come home to. Created to replenish lost moisture and soothe overheated sensations, it really does the trick on sunburned skin and believe me I know!During the week we had our annual school sports day, whilst I had preached to the children about the importance of wearing sun cream, I ignorantly forgot to apply any on the back of my neck- rookie mistake to say the least! Needless to say it was a scorcher of a day and my neck got burnt.Luckily I had some of the NUXE after-sun which I applied and gave instant, long-lasting relief. Within several hours my sunburn and that red-raw pigment was non-existent.A key factor in choosing a sun cream for the face are formulas which are light and non-greasy. AMBRE SOLAIRE face protect delivers on both fronts, this is an easy- to- blend cream that won’t leave you looking ghostly either.This moisturising cream will also hydrate without causing blemishes and is a little more affordable is you’re on a budget.Hopefully I’ve you given some advice in helping you choose the correct sun protector for your skin.All brand mentioned and may more are available form Magges Pharmacy Letterkenny at the best prices. https://magees.ie/Remember check yourself before you wreck yourself and get that sun cream on!Have a good week guys,MairéadXXLIFESTYLE AND FASHION WITH MAIRÉAD: CHECK YOURSELF BEFORE YOU WRECK YOURSELF-WEAR SUNSCREEN!!! was last modified: June 13th, 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:BlogFashionFeaturesMaireadnewsSunscreen
GAA legend Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh has said a great injustice has been done to axed Donegal star Kevin Cassidy.And the RTE veteran has called on the Donegal County Board to intervene in the current dispute with manager Jim McGuinness.Commentator Ó Muircheartaigh said that the dispute between Cassidy and McGuinness was based on a difference of opinion and had been blown out of all proportion. But he said the County Board had a responsibility to attempt to bring about a resolution.Speaking on Radio na Gaeltachta, the GAA icon he said that as the County Board had appointed McGuinness and had laid out the terms of his appointment, they had an authority and a responsibility to act in this case.During the interview he also questioned the amount of control some managers exerted on their teams and referred to the confiscation of the Donegal team’s mobile phones before the semi final match with Dublin, saying that he felt it was as a step too far.In the interview with Áine Ní Churráin on the Barrscealta programme, Ó Muircheartaigh said that Cassidy had played brilliantly during the year, and that he had been central to the team’s success, and as such that he deserved to be on the team trip to Florida. He said that he didn’t think what had been published in the book ‘This is Our Year’ did any damage to the team as it wasn’t published until after the championship had ended, although he didn’t agree with the inclusion of the comments about John Joe Doherty’s management style as it didn’t refer to the year in question.Ó Muircheartaigh said that he believed that the dispute between Cassidy and McGuinness could be resolved and that the County Board should bring both sides together to work it out.He said that he hoped to see Cassidy playing for Donegal again in the new year, and that his absence from the Donegal team next year would leave a huge void.He also said that McGuinness had been a very good player in his time and had the talent to be a very good manager.GAA LEGEND O MUIRCHEARTAIGH SAYS GREAT INJUSTICE HAS BEEN DONE TO CASSIDY was last modified: November 17th, 2011 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:Jim McGuinnessKevin CassidyMICHEAL O MUIRCHEARRTAIGH
ST Eunan’s ladies landed the County Minor C Championship in convincing fashion with a well-worked win over Naomh Muire at Red Hughs GAA grounds this morning.Grainne Gallagher was the star of the show as she hit four of Eunan’s six goals in the 6-05 to 0-03 win.Sara Boyle and Naomi McMenamin hit the other goals. The entry fee to the double header was worth it just to see Eunan’s keeper Aisling Nee dive full stretch to turn a Naomh Muire penalty away.The Annagry girls came up short on the day for whom Saoirse Bonner had an excellent performance. LADIES FOOTBALL: ‘COMPLETE’ ST EUNAN’S PERFORMANCE SEES MINOR GIRLS TO FINAL WIN was last modified: September 19th, 2015 by John2Share 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:ChampionsLadies FootballSt Eunan’s Minors
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The north Donegal Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS) has the highest waiting list in Ireland.Deputy Padraig Mac LochlainnOut of the 51 centres across the country, the Donegal branch has a waiting time of 9.8 weeks – four times tha national average of 2.5 weeks.Reacting to the news Sinn Féin TD, Pádraig Mac Lochlainn has called on the Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton to “once and for all give North Donegal Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS) the resources they require.” Deputy Mac Lochlainn said “It is now over a year ago since I revealed that North Donegal MABS had the highest waiting times. It was then five times the state average.“Following my revelation, I met with the local MABS team along with local Sinn Féin Cllrs Mick Quinn, Gerry McMonagle and Jack Murray. We learned that they were overwhelmed with the demand they faced and complexity of the debt cases they worked on”.“We made representations to Government and some extra resources were allocated. While the waiting times have reduced, I have now learned that North Donegal MABS still have the highest waiting times.”H added it is no accident that only Limerick is close to North Donegal for waiting times as they are also the communities closest to North Donegal in terms of unemployment and poverty levels. “I am now calling on the Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton to wake up and smell the coffee and to once and for all ensure that North Donegal MABS are given the resources they need to meet the demand they face for their services.”DONEGAL ‘MABS’ HAS HIGHEST WAITING LIST IN IRELAND was last modified: December 8th, 2014 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:Deputy Padraig Mac LochlainndonegalMABSwaiting times
The Minister for Defence has promised that the Government will act “swiftly” on the issue of pay and conditions with the Irish Defence Forces once a report is received in the coming weeks on the issues.Minister Paul Kehoe was speaking as he carried out a review of the 114th Infantry Battalion who are due to leave on a six-month deployment to South Lebanon shortly.Hundreds of people turned out in Letterkenny, to see the review which took place on the playing fields of St Eunans College. Afterwards, more than 400 soldiers marched to the town to the delight of hundreds of schoolchildren waving flags.Minister Kehoe used the occasion to address the issue of pay and conditions within the force.He said he wanted to be frank and honest about the situation and admitted that it was not an easy situation to resolve.“My Department, in conjunction with Military Management, has been working round-the-clock for months now to address these issues.“This work has also involved the two representative bodies, PDFORRA and Raco, who are the two official and recognised associations tasked with advocating on behalf of members of Defence Forces members. “It was on my request that the Government tasked the Public Service pay Commission with examining challenges being experienced in recruitment and retention.“Written submissions have been made by all the above parties and both the Chief of Staff and the Secretary-General in my Department have made a joint verbal submission.“I can inform you today that I am expecting that report in the next few weeks and the Government will act swiftly once it is received.”“Together, and I know the Chief of Staff and the Secretary-General will agree with me, we are working proactively and diligently to ensure that the role of the Defence Forces personnel is fully appreciated and that the challenges in recruitment and retention are understood.”He said this required a range of actions but that the well-being of the Defence Force members are his priority. He added “Let us be honest, however. There are no easy solutions. If this was easy we would have already solved this issue and the solution requires a range of actions.“However, I will continue to address the issue in support of our defence forces personnel.“Moreover, as Government makes decisions on issues of public investment and expenditure, let me assure you, ensuring the safety, security, welfare and the well-being of our Defence Forces is, and will remain, my top priority. And I will ensure that we secure the necessary resources to this end.”The deployment of the 114th Infantry Battalion will see 450 troops rotate to South Lebanon in what is Ireland’s largest overseas deployment to a single mission area. Once deployed, the 114th Infantry Battalion will assume command of the IRISHBATT Area of Operations, taking over from 113th Infantry Battalion who deployed to the mission area last November.The Irish Battalion will be comprised of 450 Irish army, naval and air corps personnel.The unit will also include ten soldiers from the Armed Forces of Malta (AFM).This will be the second rotation of AFM personnel with Irish troops to Lebanon.There was a carnival feel to today’s events with schoolchildren and families all attending the event.It was a very special occasion for Lt Col Paul Kelly from Letterkenny who will be the Officer Commanding the 114th Infantry Battalion in South Lebanon.He paid special tribute to the families and loved ones left behind while they travelled on their tour of duty.“No mission overseas can thrive without the continued support of our loved ones, families and friends at home. Military service and particularly overseas service is a sacrifice that is borne hardest by those we leave behind.“I know that I speak on behalf of the men and women of this unit when I express my sincere appreciation for your support, thoughts and prayers when we are deployed abroad.“Finally, I wish to express my gratitude to all the soldiers of the 114th Infantry Battalion for their continuing service and loyalty to the state and to the cause of peace and wish every one of them a safe and successful tour of duty,” he said.Among those who also attended the ceremony was Minister for Education Joe McHugh as well as local county councillors.Donegal salutes soldiers as Minister promises “swift action” on pay and conditions was last modified: May 7th, 2019 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)