FEU extends winning streak, UST gets third win

first_imgEugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil MANILA, Philippines—Far Eastern University maintained its foothold atop the standings after brushing off University of the East, 25-10, 25-21, 25-18, in the UAAP Season 81 men’s volleyball tournament Wednesday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Tamaraws improved to 5-0 card while the Red Warriors stumbled to a 1-4 record for the No. 7 spot.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ View comments LATEST STORIES Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Redijohn Paler led FEU with 12 points while John Paul Bugaoan had 11 points.In the other game, University of Santo Tomas had a quick victory over De La Salle, 25-22, 25-18, 25-17, for its third win against two losses.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsThe Tiger Spikers 3-2 record gave them sole possession of the fourth spot with Ateneo (2-2) falling to the fifth seed.Joshua Umandal put up 18 points to lead UST while Manuel Medina added nine. Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chiefcenter_img Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Bornzkie Mangosong rides to win anew in MMF Supercross Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebralast_img read more

Teenage robbery accused remanded

first_imgA teenager was on Thursday remanded to prisons by City Magistrate Leron Daly after being slapped with two charges, robbery under arms, and damage to property.Joshua Austin, 17, of Lodge Housing Scheme, Georgetown, pleaded not guilty to the charge that stated on July 16, 2016, while in the company of others and armed with an offensive weapon, a knife, he robbed Nigel Clarke of one BlackBerry cellular phone valued ,000 and 00 in cash.The second charge read that on the same day, at East Ruimveldt, Georgetown, he unlawfully damaged the windscreen of car PPP 3771, valued ,000.Police Prosecutor Kevin London did not provide any details of the offences, but objected to bail on the grounds the defendant has another pending matter of a similar nature in another court.The unrepresented Austin was remanded to prisons until September 12 when he will make his next court appearance.Just over a month, the teenager appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on a charge of robbery which stated that on June 6, 2016 at Mandela Avenue, Georgetown, being armed with a knife he robbed Julius Patterson of one cosmetic silver ring, US00, CAD, £20, 40€ and G00.That matter is said to be still pending at the Providence Magistrate’s Court, East Bank Demerara.last_img read more


first_imgAnnie Constance (left) has written a letter to President George Manneh Weah, asking his help in getting back the house her mentally unstable son had given away to Associate Justice Kabineh M. Ja’neh (right).“WE LOVE YOU TOO,” THE HOLIDAY CHEER RANG OUT. AND SUPPORTERS OF JUSTICE KABINEH JA’NEH’S WERE SHOCKED. IT WAS A 90-YEAR-OLD WIDOW RETURNING THE JULY 26TH SEASON’S GREETINGS—WITH A BENEDICTION ATTACHED. IT WENT OUT TO THE SCOLDING AND MOCKING SUPPORTERS OF JUSTICE KABINEH JA’NEH’S, WHO HAD HEAPED ON ANNIE AND THE REST OF THE CONSTANCE CLAN, ALL THAT THEY WOULD NOT HAVE WISHED ON THEMSELVES. AND IT HAD BEEN THAT, WHICH OVER THE HOLIDAYS HAD URGED OUR INTERVIEWEES: ANNIE CONSTANCE & SON BREAK THEIR SILENCEIT WAS GOING TO HAPPEN SOONER OR LATER; SOMETHING THAT WOULD GRANT THAT FAMILY SOME RESPITE, (RELIEF) FROM THEIR ON-GOING, TWILIGHT ZONE OR STRANGE RUN-IN WITH ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JA’NEH AND THE COURT SYSTEM. THAT LEFT THEM CONFUSED, WHICH IS SOMETHING THAT SHOULD NOT HAVE HAPPENED.BY KEITH NEVILLE ASUMUYAYA BESTThe apparent loss of her house, had hit Mrs. Constance hard—she earlier had confided—like an intrigue (conspiracy, maneuver) that to her family, sounded like what a political analyst once called: “broad, daylight robbery, violating that ‘rule of rules’ related to land changing hands from one person to the other: “a meeting of the mind.”Needless to say, such a meeting never, ever, took place between Mrs. Annie Yancy Constance, and the gentleman who now holds possession of her property.This particular rule would have been crucial (critical, central) as mental capacity would have played an important role since parties involved in all legally sanctioned conveyance of property are by law required to be possessed of legal authority and a sound mind in order to conduct business.According to Mrs. Constance’s younger son, Nathaniel Jacko Constance, his older brother, John Nyema Constance was mentally disturbed: “non compos mentis,” (not of a sound mind) and would have been incompetent to legally engage in the sale of property—especially something he had no authority over. In addition, that would have rendered him blameless by law, for his actions.J. CAN DO NO WRONGAfter months of listening to Associate Justice Ja’neh’s supporters—“that the gentleman could do no wrong”—the Constances: Annie and her son, Nathaniel had nothing but “best wishes” for Justice Ja’neh’s hordes of supporters, over the holidays.“We really wish them well,” Nathaniel told the Daily Observer, days before the 26 celebration; “we are saying so out of concern for them and for this country. There is just too much at stake; and those people talking and writing—and, in their ignorance, are hurting us in the process—have no idea that the man they are rushing to support—is the kind of person that he is.”“We only hope that they will find a way to avoid the treatment we have suffered, should they ever have to face what we have had to deal with all these years, and there is still more to come. But, never mind that: Today, it is the Constances.Tomorrow, it could be the Budys, or the Gartehs. Are we not human beings too? PART II. OBSERVER: SOBER REFLECTION LONG OVERDUE“Liberia at 171: what have we to show?” That is what the Observer’s 26-eve Editorial asked on the eve of the holiday. It aimed—at getting citizens—for once—to pass up the usual July 26 -festivities: drinking, eating and dancing, for something more important:Let’s use the day—or, at least, a portion of it—to reflect (take a serious look back) upon those who presented themselves as administrators, directors, managers, that we allowed to take the stage of leadership, one after the other over the past half-century, beginning in 1971.Some of these so-called “leaders,” our people had elected (chosen, decided on) to work with; others simply seized the opportunity, or the power that that opportunity had dashed them, to strut, (march, walk) themselves onstage.Notwithstanding, the people agreed to put up with one after the other, urging each to do his or her utmost—the maximum, the best each could—in dynamizing (instilling, pouring into) the hearts and minds of this people and nation, electrodes (electric conductors) of patriotism, passion, and commitment to the common good—boosted by a determination to lead this people forward, “in pathways of justice and right,” with equality for all!raising, a disappointing crop (yield, pick) of “leaders,” that made little headway, has almost guaranteed Liberia spiraled out of control, en-route (on its way) to an abyss (chasm, deep hole) that this country has not been able to lift itself out of, since 1971!I mean, look at some of the “leaders” we have hailed between that time and now! How does a nation keep cultivating (planting, growing) produce, that keeps popping up, only to end up no better than what old lady Lilian Porte-Best use to call: “a piece of yeenebee,” (something gone astray, a mistake)?REHABILITATIONThe best of that bunch, most Liberians today believe, was the late President William R. Tolbert Jr., whose sainted-memory and legacy is at present, under rehabilitation by the recently returned (2017) “The Revelation Magazine,” the 2011 revived “the Co-co-leo-coo newspaper,” and the 2009 launched “Porte Standard” newspaper, that was short-lived.Today, Dr. Tolbert holds his own amongst Liberia’s more notable presidents—from Joseph Jenkins Roberts to William V.S. Tubman. Those leaders that, during their run, failed to clear the “piece of nyeenebee’ hurdle, watched the nation lose its moorings, (secured situation) condemned to languish (rot and suffer in the morass (mess) they helped create and watched the country sink back—time and time again—to the same situation it had been trapped by before. So, justWhere we say we from? Just who do we say we are? And where we say we gwoin’? That is what Liberians need to ask themselves. The Daily Observer editorial tries to offer a clue: “one leader after the other of this republic—just as this column discussed above—“has betrayed the vision of the Founding Fathers. And they have done so by creating a hydra-headed monster, that is become the three branches of government: the Executive the Legislative, and the Judiciary.TO BE CONTINUED.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Friendly fire may have killed FBI agent in N.J. shootout

first_imgWhen the agents found three suspects outside a bank on Route22 in Readington about noon Thursday, a shootout ensued and Bush was hit. Josh Bavosa, 35, said he was making a business deposit at the PNC Bank when heard three gunfire bursts that sounded as if they were from an automatic weapon. When he looked out the window, Bavosa said, he saw law enforcers swarming around a car, pulling two people out and ordering them onto the ground. Brian Agans, who works in an engine shop across from the bank, said he heard a “pop, pop, pop.” He ran outside to make sure a mechanic wasn’t having a problem with equipment but instead saw law enforcement swarming. “All hell was breaking loose. I’ve never seen so many police and authorities take action ever in my life,” Agans said. READINGTON, N.J. – An FBI agent who was killed Thursday in a shootout with three bank robbery suspects might have been shot accidentally by another agent on his stakeout team, the FBI said. Agent Barry Lee Bush, 52, assigned to the Newark office, died after agents confronted three men suspected in a series of armed bank robberies. “Preliminarily, information suggests the agent may have been fatally wounded as a result of the accidental discharge of another agent’s weapon during a dynamic arrest situation,” the FBI said in a statement Thursday night. Bush and his team were tracking a group of men believed to be responsible for four robberies, the FBI said. In two of the robberies, the suspects had fired assault weapons while inside the bank, the agency said. Two suspects, Wilfredo Berrios, 28, and Michael Cruz, 21, both of New Brunswick, were captured, officials said. State and local authorities were searching for another man who ran into the woods, identified by state police as Francisco Herrera-Genao, 22, of New Brunswick. Berrios and Cruz were to be charged with attempted armed robbery of the Readington bank, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Newark said. It was not immediately clear if the men had attorneys. The FBI had started investigating Berrios, Cruz and Herrera-Genao after a March2 bank robbery. A surveillance camera at a shopping center caught the masked gunmen abandoning a stolen car they had used in the robbery and getting into their “switch car,” a rental vehicle that was traced to Berrios, according to a criminal complaint released by the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Bush joined the FBI in August of 1987, serving in Kansas City and transferring to Newark in 1991. He is survived by a wife and two grown children, the FBI said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Yaya Toure in talks over summer move to Inter Milan, claims agent

first_img1 Manchester City star Yaya Toure could leave the club this summer Yaya Toure’s agent has claimed talks are being held with Inter Milan over a summer move.Speculation about the Manchester City midfielder’s future has been an ongoing theme and it appears he could reunite with former City boss Roberto Mancini at San Siro.Toure, who has a year to run on his contract, was allowed to leave Barcelona by incoming City manager Pep Guardiola in 2010 and agent Dimitri Seluk claims the club are keen to sell the Ivory Coast international.Seluk told calciomercato.it: “It’s true, we’re talking with Mancini.“We’re looking for a solution with Manchester City, who want to sell Yaya Toure only up front, not on loan.“I can’t say if there are other teams interested. He has a contract, but nothing special. Inter? It’s a good club.”last_img read more

Monaco land sought-after midfielder Youri Tielemans from Anderlecht

first_img1 The 20-year-old was reportedly a target for both Manchester clubs French champions Monaco have beaten Premier League rivals to the capture of sought-after Belgian midfielder Youri Tielemans on a five-year contract.The 20-year-old, already a full Belgium international, was reportedly a target for both Manchester United and their rivals City among other European giants, but Champions League semi-finalists Monaco have won the race for his signature.A statement published on asmonaco.com on Wednesday night said Tielemans, who leaves Anderlecht, had agreed a deal running to June 2022.He told his new club’s website: “Monaco is a club with an ambitious project, recognised on the European stage, and which relies on young players.“I am very happy to be here. I will now do everything possible to progress here and repay the confidence the club have shown in me.”Tielemans scored 13 league goals for Anderlecht this season and was a key player as the Brussels side reached the quarter-finals of the Europa League, where they lost to Manchester United.Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev added: “Youri won the Belgian championship and was voted the best player. He was courted by very big clubs but it is Monaco with whom he chose to make progress.“We are very happy because it proves the increasing attractiveness of our project. His arrival is in line with our strategy of recruiting talented young players.“This strategy, which allowed to win the French title and get to the last four in Europe, is bearing fruit.last_img read more


first_imgThe Donegal lifesaving team are returning from the National Stillwater Championships in Limerick with 4 golds 2 silvers and 3 bronze medals.Not just that but the Donegal ladies team coming second place overall. Triona McMenamin form Letterkenny  was first in the manikin tow and second in superlifesaver.Dineka Maguire from Belleek was first in the manikin carry and second place in superlifesaver in the 16-19 age. Her time in the manikin carry was good enough for a.bronze in the seniorsAyesha Garvey from Rossnowlagh was third in the superlifesaver for 13-16 age group.Talhia Britton from Rossnowlagh was third in the rescue medley while Ladies team 1st in rescue medley relay and second in the manikin relay. In the masters section we had four competitors Paddy Bond from Letterkenny, Sarah Meehan, Brian O’Reilly and Marcella O’Reilly from Ballyshannon. Paddy Bond picked up a masters gold and a silver.Up next for the Donegalsurf lifesaving team is the nippers pool lifesaving which takes place for 8- 14 year olds at the end of march. Training continues on Saturday nights in Ballyshannon leisure centre at 6.30DONEGAL LIFESAVING TEAM ON CREST OF A WAVE AFTER NATIONALS was last modified: February 16th, 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:Donegal LIfesaving TeamNational Stillwater Championshipslast_img read more


first_imgDINNY McGINLEY’S Department of Heritage has refused to withdraw the sale of foreign spring water from Glenveagh National Park.In a statement the department has admitted being inundated with complaints from Irish visitors – because the tea room and the restaurant at the site is selling bottled spring water imported all the way from WALES!But it says the Princes Gate drink will stay on sale – and an Irish alternative will be offered from next week. “The position is that the catering outlets at Glenveagh National Park are operated by way of an out-sourced contract concession. The bottled water currently on sale is a quality, attractive product that is produced in Wales,” said a spokesman.“In response to customer feedback, the operator will arrange to have an Irish sourced bottled water product available shortly as an alternative choice.“Tap water is also available freely at the catering outlets.”The Glebe Gallery has ditched the Welsh water and started offering bottled Irish water yesterday afters similar complaints. Deputy Pearse Doherty insisted the government departments and their semi-state bodies should buy Irish.In a statement he said: “I don’t understand how we can ask tourists from home and abroad to come to Donegal and then sell them bottled water from another country when so many local alternatives are there.“We either want to support Irish jobs or we don’t and it appears the people running the catering at Glenveagh have taken a decision which has irked many many people.”GLENVEAGH NATIONAL PARK BOSSES REFUSE TO WITHDRAW FOREIGN SPRING WATER FROM SALE was last modified: August 24th, 2013 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)last_img read more


first_imgSchedule of MassesSt. Mary’s, Kincasslagh:Next weekendSaturday @ 7.30 p.m.Sunday @ 10.00 a.m.Next WeekWednesday & Friday @ 7.00 p.m. St. Columba’s, Burtonport:Next WeekendSaturday @ 6.30 p.m.Sunday @ 11.00 a.m.Next Week.Monday @ 7.00 p.m.Tues, Thurs & Fri @ 10.00 a.m.Lay Apostolate Prayer Group 2nd Monday of the Month in the Oratory @ 6.30 p.m. All Welcome.Anniversaries & Masses StC= St Columba’s. StM= St Mary’s.John & Minnie Gallagher, Sat 26th, StCCharlie Boyle, Keadue, Sat 26th, StMDinny Frank Og Gallagher, and deceased members of the Gallagher family, Sun 27th, StMPaddy Rafferty, Tullyillion, Sun 27th, StCJimmy Gallagher, Canada & Cloughglass, brother of Kate McGovern, Mon, StCJoe Phil Boyle, Tues, StCBiddy Boyle, Mullaghduff, Wed, StMMary & Patrick Gillespie, Braade, Thurs, StCImelda Boyle, Edinburgh, Fri, StCJimmy Doherty, Months Mind, Fri, StMShaun McBride, 1st Anniversary, Sat 2nd June, StCDenis Doherty, Cruit, Sat 2nd June, StMFrances Dockerty, Sun 3rd June, StMDenis Boyle, the Thatch, Burtonport, Sun 3rd, StCSeamus O’Donnell, Cardiff and Meenmore, who was buried on Friday.Baby Sean Gallagher,Jane Sweeney, Lackenagh, whose anniversaries occur at this time. May they rest in peace.Fundraising EventsCaislean Oir, AnnagryQuiz on Wednesday. Teams of 4, €20, 10 p.m. Parish Retreat (Open to Everyone)Directed by Fr. Flann Lynch OFM CapuchinTheme: Christian vision, hope and possibilityThis retreat will identify the thinking and attitude that undermines the vision and will discover the attitudes and tools that make the vision a reality in everyday living. Commences: 7.30 p.m. in St. Columba’s Church Burtonport on Monday 11th June for three nights. This coincides with the International Eucharistic Congress, and is an attempt to mark the occasion in our parish.Other Parish Events during the CongressOn Thursday 14th June there will be a Holy Hour in St. Mary’s Church at 7.00 p.m. with confession, reflecting the IEC2012 theme of that day, “Reconciliation”.On Friday 15th June there will be a mass of healing in St. Columba’s Church at 7.00 p.m. with anointing of the sick. This coincides with the IEC2012 theme of that day, “Suffering and Healing”.NYP: Art Competition: Mark Your Mark, next Wednesday 30th May, €3, from 5.00-6.30 pm. Just bring along your creative flare and get busy designing a top picture so judges can nominate a winner. All art materials supplied. Booking essential 086 8280149Adrian Ward’s Haiti TripWe were working on an Island just off Haiti this time called Il e Vache ,its a little bigger than Arranmore with 14 000 people living on it, there’s no water, power nor even a road, only a stony gravel path that runs from one end of the Island to the other. The work we carried out was on an Orphanage & a School where they are left in because their parents couldn’t keep them because of disability or because their parents had died. It’s like travelling back 150 years in time; these people are being given a chance because of these places. I would like to thank you all for your help and support and prayers Course for engaged couplesThe course will be held in Kilmacrennan in The Old Primary School on the 23rd of June 2012. If you have any questions or wish to register ring Magdalena 087 94 99 741. €50 euro per couple.’Ice Cream SundaeThe annual Ice Cream Sunday event will be held outside Joe and Mary Rodgers Home in Burtonport on Next Sunday between 12 and 4 p.m. Please support this worthy cause.American quilters Don and Mariyln Locke will present an extraordinary 18′ quilt entitled The Supper, a representation of Leonardo Da Vinci’s painting of the Last Supper, in Galway Cathedral June 8th, 9th, 10th 2012, in conjunction with the International Quilt Festival of Ireland. This quilt festival will take place across the street on the campus of NUIG, which will be a Quilter’s Village during June 8-10th. It will exhibit over 280 quilts from around the world, the largest group of quilts ever to be assembled in Ireland. For more information call 091 449696 or visit the festival website at www.IQFOI.comThe North West Cancer Family and Patient Fund provides a valuable service for cancer sufferers by providing low cost flights to Dublin for treatment for patients and an accompanying family member. Unfortunately funds are very low at the minute and we are not able to provide funding for all flights. If you can be of assistance or are holding a fundraiser in the near future we would be very grateful if you would consider donations for the fund. All help and assistance would be greatly appreciated. If you would like any further information on fundraising or flights you can contact Mary McGinley on 0868098009.Well DoneTo Molly Quested and Holly Doherty who won prizes in their categories in the IEC2012 school art competition. Out of all Donegal schools, Molly won second prize in the 3rd-4th class category theme, ‘Love one another’. Holly won first prize in the 1st-2nd class theme, ‘Jesus is the bread of life.’IEC2012 Family Prayer CardsThe Diocese has produced a family prayer card for each family in the diocese as part of the preparations for the forthcoming congress. You may pick one up at the back of the chapel. Please bring one home for relatives and friends who might not get to Mass.VisitationThe sick and housebound of the parish will be visited with Holy Communion this Thursday and Friday.LOCAL NEWS: PARISH BULLETIN OF ST MARY’S, KINCASSLAGH was last modified: May 26th, 2012 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:KINCASSLAGHLOCAL NEWS: PARISH BULLETIN OF ST MARY’Slast_img read more


first_imgAmbulance and fire personnel at today’s crash scene.Two people have been taken to hospital following a serious two car collision late this afternoon.The accident took place on the main Letterkenny to Lifford Road.A number of emergency service vehicles including ambulances and fire crew rushed to the scene. The two casualties were assessed at the scene and then taken to Letterkenny General Hospital.It is not known yet if the injuries sustained by the two victims are serious.The road was closed for a short time but has since reopened.Gardai are appealing for witnesses to the two car collision to contact them.  TWO PEOPLE TAKEN TO HOSPITAL AFTER SERIOUS CRASH was last modified: March 25th, 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:accidentcrashdonegalhospitalinjuredletterkennyLiffordlast_img read more