Residents of the port city of Greenville, Sinoe County woke up yesterday to discover that half a dozen of their kinsmen had died under mysterious circumstances.In his reaction to the news, Derry S. Dokie, the Ministry of Health’s representative in River Cess with oversight responsibility for Sinoe County, said in a text response to the Daily Observer that there were “unexplained causes of the deaths which started at about 5 a.m.”“Since 5 a.m. today (yesterday morning) six persons have died from suspected fever of unknown cause,” which health personnel in the county are investigating.The Ministry of Health in Monrovia has been urgently called upon to put into place interventions before the situation gets out of hand.The Liberian National Police (LNP) spokesperson, Sam Collins, confirmed to the Daily Observer that the LNP is investigating the deaths, and have dispatched homicide and forensic investigators to the county.Collins spoke on a radio phone-in program yesterday after many versions of the deaths started filtering in to Monrovia from Greenville.Collins called on the public to remain calm as the LNP is carefully reviewing the situation.An ELBC correspondent in the county told the station that some of the dead were students and that their bodies are at the Francis Grant Hospital.He reported that because of the intensityof the crisis, health authorities in the county were in a meeting for most of yesterday.Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health has confirmed the news and told ELBC that investigation is ongoing to ascertain the circumstances leading to the deaths.The Ministry of Health’s communication director, Sorbor George, said a rapid response team has already taken specimen of the dead for testing.He said the tests will be conducted at a laboratory in Marshall, Lower Margibi County.According to Mr. George, the victims had earlier complained of headaches and abdominal pains, and doctors struggled to resuscitate them “to no avail until they died at various intervals.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
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…rejects business representative on UG CouncilThe Private Sector Commission (PSC) on Friday condemned the intervention and subsequent seizing of the Golden Arrowhead by ranks of the Guyana Police Force in Corriverton, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne), as the Town Council was preparing to hoist it on the eve of Guyana’s 48 Republic Anniversary.The PSC, in a statement, said that raising of Guyana’s flag is a national event honoured and respected by everyone, irrespective of political association among other things. On February 22, Police shut down the Corriverton Town Council’s annual flag raising ceremony, claiming that permission was not granted for the hosting of the event. However, Mayor Krishnand Jaichand said permission was never required, and the real reason the event was stopped is because the Council refused to have Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan deliver the feature address.Jaichand stated that the council had written the Communities Minister requesting his presence, but he never responded; and to ensure the programme went, on the council invited Opposition Parliamentarian Adrian Anamayah – a resident of the Region — to deliver the feature address. They also agreed to host Ramjattan, but made it clear that he would not be the feature speaker despite being pressed by Bulkan, the Regional Executive Officer and Social Protection Minister Amna Ally.Ally would later admit to blocking the event, noting that flag raising ceremonies are national events organized by the Government.The PSC said that, over the years, Government has always been represented at the ceremonies, and that the incident at Corriverton was an unfortunate one.“According to the facts at our disposal and reported at some length in all of the media, the Corriverton Town Council quite properly invited Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan to represent the Government and be the Guest Speaker at the ceremony, but the Minister, quite wrongly, neglected to respond to the invitation,” the PSC noted.The Private Sector body noted that when the Mayor received a call from Ally, the matter should have ended there, and the Corriverton Council should have accepted the Government’s representative.“The Corriverton Council preferred to put politics before accepted national behaviour and convention, and refused to accept the Government’s appointment to speak at the Ceremony. A disgraceful and unacceptable series of events followed, in which — most unfortunately — the Police were clearly directed to intervene and prevent the flag raising ceremony from taking place on the specious excuse that prior permission had not been sought from the Police,” the statement read.The PSC urged the leaders to put aside politics and work towards the nation’s interest.DissatisfiedAdditionally, the Private Sector representative organisation expressed its dissatisfaction with the business representative on the Council of the University of Guyana.PSC claims that the Education Ministry’s Permanent Secretary wrote to it requesting a nominee, and the head of the Consultative Association of Guyanese Industries, Samuel Goolsarran, was nominated to sit on the new council.However, the ministry appointed Allison Butters-Grant as the business representative, and the body is calling for this to be rectified forthwith.
…says “living in poverty is worse than living in hell”A 35-year-old mother of 10 children of Charity New Housing Scheme, Essequibo Coast, is seeking assistance to take care of her children.A neighbour of Sonia Chung reached out to Guyana Times seeking to have the public assistance to help her with basic amenities for her children. At present, six of the 10 children are living with herSpeaking with this publication, Chung said that her smallest child was five months old. She said that both herself and her husband were finding it difficult to gainSonia Chung with five of her 10 childrenemployment as they were both uneducated.Her husband, Moses, she said, was renting a farm in the Pomeroon River, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), but owing to the heavy maintenance cost, he could not afford to continue with that venture.The house in which the family is living has no electricity nor water and is being rented for $14,000 per month. But the family owes six months’ rent – it is only the goodwill of the landlord that stands between them and eviction. Describing her situation and her poverty-stricken state, the woman said, “Living in poverty is worse than living in hell.”Chung said her eldest son, who is 19, is differently abled and cannot help her in any significant way.Meanwhile, her neighbour, Mary Anthony, a member of the Charity Full Gospel Church, who reached out to this newspaper to visit the family, said that she was very much concerned and sad to see the living conditions of her neighbour. She said that her family has offered assistance, but is appealing for some aid to support the family.
SIMI VALLEY – Dozens of transients were rousted Wednesday from the bed of the Arroyo Simi by police and park rangers trying to clear illegal campsites from the west end of the city. Authorities said they’d previously issued warnings to the 30 or so transients living in the arroyo, which is subject to flash floods during rainstorms. Similar sweeps have been conducted in recent years along the Ventura and Santa Clara rivers in Ventura County, and come as officials in Los Angeles and other cities grapple with the homelessness issue. “How much warning can we give them?” said Lt. Greg Riegert of the Simi Valley Police Department. “This has been going on for six months.” “I don’t have anywhere to go,” said Marine, who has been living in the arroyo since September. “I can’t take my dog and puppies (to the shelter.)” firstname.lastname@example.org (805) 583-7602160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Larry Peterson, general manager of the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District, said the transients camping in the arroyo had no running water or toilet facilities and faced danger from disease as well as flooding. Members of Sonrise Christian Fellowship held a morning prayer rally, then stayed to offer moral support to the homeless men and women. “They’ve become our friends down here,” said church member Karen Dobson, who broke into tears when police and park officials arrived shortly before noon. Police and district officials encouraged the transients to take advantage of Simi Valley’s winter shelter program, which offers beds at local churches, and to visit the Samaritan Center, which is open weekdays for showers, breakfast, clean clothes and help in obtaining social services and employment. But Susan Marine, 53, told authorities she had no alternative to her tent in the arroyo, where her dog, Annie, was nursing eight puppies.
0Shares0000Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the club’s top marksman with ten Bundesliga goals so far © AFP/File / Odd ANDERSENBERLIN, Germany, Nov 16 – Borussia Dortmund have dropped star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from their squad to play Stuttgart on Friday for “disciplinary reasons”, the club announced.The Gabonese forward is the club’s top marksman with ten Bundesliga goals so far, but he has failed to score in the past three games with Dortmund in a slump. “For disciplinary reasons Aubameyang will not feature in the team for tomorrow’s game,” Dortmund said Thursday on the club’s Twitter account.The club made no mention of the nature of Aubameyang’s indiscipline.After three defeats and a draw, Dortmund have seen their five-point lead atop the Bundesliga turn into a six-point deficit to bitter rivals Bayern Munich.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
0Shares0000Bertrand Traore.PHOTO/courtesyPARIS, France, Feb 22 – Premier League club Chelsea have been banned from signing new players in the next two transfer windows as punishment for breaking rules on registering under-age players, FIFA said on Friday.It means the club will be unable to make signings until the end of January next year. “The Disciplinary Committee sanctioned Chelsea with a ban on registering new players at both national and international level for the next two complete and consecutive registration periods,” FIFA said in a statement.In addition, Chelsea were fined Sh60mn (600,000 Swiss francs) and given a period of 90 days to regularise the situation of the minor players concerned.The ban does not prevent players being released by the club and it does not apply to Chelsea’s women’s and futsal teams.Chelsea have been given three days to appeal against FIFA’s decision.The move follows a FIFA into Chelsea’s signing of foreign under-18 players, including the club’s former forward Bertrand Traore, a Burkina Faso international who now plays for French Ligue 1 club Lyon.Traore signed professional forms for Chelsea in 2013 at the age of 18 but was not registered until January the following year.French website Mediapart, quoting documents from Football Leaks, reported that FIFA had scrutinised 19 Chelsea signings.Mediapart reported that FIFA found evidence that Chelsea had supplied misleading information about Traore’s signing and that he had made more than 20 appearances for the club at different age levels despite not being registered by the Football Association.FIFA said Friday it was also fining the Football Association (Sh51mn) 510,000 Swiss francs for breaking the rules on signing minors.The world governing body gave the FA a period of six months to update its processes concerning international transfers and the registration of minors.0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)
Old Trafford – The Stretford End – Click right to see some of British football best terraces… – The Stretford End is still a force to behold in its current two tiered seating incarnation, but back in the days of terracing, it was particularly special, accommodating around 20,000 fans 10 Stamford Bridge – The Shed End – Click right to see some of British football best terraces… – The old wall is all that remains of Chelseas Shed End at Stamford Bridge, with the stadium being completely rebuilt in the early 1990s 10 Scottish Premiership champions Celtic have this week been given permission to introduce safe standing at Parkhead.The Bhoys for rid of their old terracing along with other British football clubs in the 1990s and the ground became a 60,355 all-seater stadium in 1998.But now, thanks to approval from Glasgow City Council, who had already rejected two previous applications, Celtic have the go ahead to bring in a ‘rail seating area’ which will accommodate 2,600 fans from the 2016/17 season.So, with the news we’ll once again see standing at a top-flight British ground, talkSPORT takes a look at some of the classic terraces.Click through our gallery to see some of the best… From 2016/17 onwards a small section of the Parkhead faithful will be able to watch games in a safe standing section. Click right to see some of British football best and most iconic terraces from down the years… 10 Highbury – The North Bank – Click right to see some of British football best terraces… – Highburys North Bank was the terrace of choice for Arsenals most vocal supporters, unless you fancied standing next to the away fans in the Clock End 10 Roker Park – Fulwell End – Click right to see some of British football best terraces… – Sunderlands Roker Park is now long gone, but the memories of the Fulwell End terraces remain Maine Road – The Kippax – Click right to see some of British football best terraces… – Unusually, the Kippax, Manchester Citys most famous terrace at Maine Road, was at the side of the pitch rather than behind the goals. That’s the Kippax above, hosting rivals Man United and Oldham in the 1990 FA Cup semi-final 10 St James’ Park – The Gallowgate – For a particular generation of Newcastle supporters, the uncovered terraces of the Gallowgate End were the place to be at St James Park 10 10 10 10 10 Anfield – The Kop End – Click right to see some of British football best terraces… – Liverpools Kop End is so famous it is now often simply referred to as the Kop, and is arguably the most iconic of any terrace in world football White Hart Lane – The Shelf Side – Click right to see some of British football best terraces… – Tottenham supporters still remember the terraces of the old Shelf Side and the name lives on at the ground today, if not the standing Villa Park – The Holte End – Click right to see some of British football best terraces… – Villa Parks Holte End is another of the terraced areas to maintain some of its mythology since being converted to an all-seater stand. Pictured here is the Holte End hosting a 1990 FA Cup semi-final, with Crystal Palace defeating Liverpool
10 Midfield: Aaron Ramsey (Wales) – Ramsey looks unrecognisable to the player who Arsenal have been fielding all last season and has been one of the players of the tournament. He was everywhere against Belgium and came out with two assists to take his total to four during the Championships no one else has more. Defender: Pepe (Portugal) – Once he cuts out all the play-acting and histrionics, Pepe is actually a world-class defender and he showed it during the game against Poland. The Real Madrid man made some vital interceptions and headers as the game ebbed towards penalties. 10 Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer (Germany) – click the arrow, right, to see talkSPORT’s team of the quarter-finals – Neuer made a few good stops to keep out the Italians and was the hero of the penalty shootout, saving Matteo Darmians spot kick to ensure Germany progressed to the last four. 10 Forward: Antoine Griezmann (France) – Griezmanns goal against Iceland saw him become the tournaments top scorer with four. His effort just before half time was a brilliantly timed run and an even better finish as he dinked the ball over the on-rushing Hannes Halldorsson. 10 10 10 Forward: Hal Robson-Kanu (Wales) – The offers will surely be flooding in for the man without a club. He was a nightmare for Jordan Lukaku and Jason Denayer to deal with and scored one of the goals of the tournament so far with his amazing Cruyff-turn to avoid three players before calmly slotting home. Defender: Ashley Williams (Wales) – This was Williams best performance of the Euros so far as he kept the Welsh defence organised and defiant under some intense scrutiny from the Belgian attack. Also scored the equaliser with a thumping header. The semi-final line up of Euro 2016 is now complete with the dreams of four more countries coming to an end.Wales shocked Belgium with a magnificent 3-1 win while Iceland’s fairytale came to a crushing end with France romping to a 5-2.The other two went to penalty shootouts as Italy and Poland were dumped out of the tournament at the hands of Germany and Portugal respectively.Wales now face Portugal, with Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo coming face to face, while hosts France will be confronted with their biggest test so far as Germany stand in their way of the final.But who stood out during the quarter-final stage? Click the arrow above, right, to see talkSPORT’s team of the last eight in a 4-3-3 formation. 10 Midfield: Renato Sanches (Portugal) – Manchester United fans must be ruing not signing Sanches from Benfica after his all-action display against Poland. The 18-year-old scored in normal time and also converted his spot kick as he controlled the Portugal midfield. 10 Defender: Chris Gunter (Wales) – Gunter worked tirelessly throughout Wales incredible 3-1 win over Belgium, keeping Eden Hazard quiet for 90 minutes. The Reading full back also sent in the cross for Sam Vokes late goal. Defender: Kamil Glik (Poland) – Glik was on top form for Poland and managed to keep Cristiano Ronaldo at bay for the whole 120 minutes before scoring brilliantly from the penalty spot during the shootout. 10 10 Forward: Olivier Giroud (France) – Giroud put in a magnificent man of the match performance against Iceland, scoring twice and assisting another. His physicality was a constant source of trouble for Iceland as France hammered five past them.
Rising Finn Harps starlet Cathal McDaid has signed his first professional contract with the club.The talented winger who scored on his representative debut for the Ireland home based side versus Wales, was a member of the victorious Harps team that won the inaugural U19 northern division earlier this year. McDaid has penned a deal that will commit his services to the Finn Park club until the end of 2014 season.Harps Manager Peter Hutton believes McDaid has a future in senior football.“Cathal has huge potential, a good attitude and a real willingness to learn. These are the attributes that are needed to make a successful career in senior football,” he said.Cathal said he is looking forward to the challenge with the Ballybofey club. “I was absolutely delighted when the manager offered me the contract because I am really enjoying my time at Finn Harps. I am ambitious and want to break into the first team squad but I know its not going to be easy. I know the club has big plans for the future so I am going to keep my head down, work hard and hopefully be a part of it,” he said.Hutton says he will be talking to the clubs other young players about their future in the coming weeks and months.“I believe Cathal’s the first with more to follow. Everyone at the club is working very hard behind the scenes and the recent announcement of our scholarship programme with LYIT shows Finn Harps is committed to recruiting and developing young players.” he added.Cathal is pictured signing his first professional contract with Finn Harps in the company of Harps Manager Peter Hutton, Chairman Joey O’Leary and Club Treasurer Denise O’Neill. Also present are Cathal’s parents Kieran and Noelle with sisters Molly and Ciara (Pic. Studio 8). MCDAID SIGNS ON PROFESSIONAL TERMS WITH FINN HARPS was last modified: August 1st, 2012 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:Cathal McDaidfinn harpsprofessional
JOB VACANCY: One of Ireland’s leading security businesses is seeking to recruit new staff to join their innovative and dynamic team. Management at Sheridan Security are looking to recruit a Fire and Security Engineer.Due to increased demand for their Security Services – Sheridan Security are expanding their business. Therefore, they are seeking to recruit personnel who will uphold our strong work ethics being quality, responsibility and integrity.JOB REQUIREMENTS:The successful candidate will have a minimum of 5 years experience in the installation of security services including knowledge of Intruder Alarms, Video Surveillance Systems, Fire Alarms and Access Control.The candidate will also have a Full Driving Licence.Excellent Interpersonal skillsJOB RESPONSIBILITIES:Managing and the execution of installationsServicing Fire/Intruder Alarms and CCTV systemsProvide telephone technical adviceOther Job Specific duties24 hour call-out on a rota basisAll candidates will be Garda vetted following the Private Security Authority GuidelinesSend CV to: email@example.com JOB VACANCY: DONEGAL SECURITY COMPANY SEEKING TO RECRUIT FIRE AND SAFETY ENGINEER was last modified: September 15th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:jobsnews