Homepage BannerNews Google+ By News Highland – July 26, 2018 Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Twitter A hill walker is being treated in hospital after getting into difficulty in Glenveagh National Park yesterday evening.The alarm was raised following reports of missing walkers, with Donegal Mountain Rescue tasked to assist in the search at around 5pm.Two hours later a casualty was located and airlifted to Letterkenny University Hospital with the search then stood down for the night. Previous articleProposals now being invited for Derry City DealNext articleFuture of nursing home brought into question once more News Highland Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Facebook Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 Casualty airlifted to hospital in Glenveagh rescue Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
Cassano says he’d slept with somewhere between 600 and 700 women – including around 20 celebrities – by the time he was 25, adding that he often “played a great match after having sex”. During his time in Madrid, he earned the nickname ‘El Gordito’ – the fat one – for his growing gut; a result of poor eating habits, a lack of self-discipline and his love of partying. He sparked outrage in a press conference by stating that he hoped there were no homosexuals in the Italian squad, as he would refuse to play alongside one. Despite this, he helped the Azzurri to that year’s final. But controversy was never far away – in April 2013 he was involved in a locker room brawl with his then coach at Inter, Andrea Stramaccioni, after a heated discussion spilled over. Read AlsoSex with Georgina is better than career’s best goal, says Ronaldo He managed to hit double figures in a single campaign just once across his final seven seasons as a professional, with a bizarre series of retirement announcements in 2017. Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe 10 Most Irresistible Asian Actresses7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone Most football manager will tell you that sex before match could affect the result of the match as the player or players are likely to be weak after burning energies under the sheets. This has remained debatable perhaps because of a few who may be abnormal to the rules. Former Inter Milan ace Antonio Cassano was perhaps an exception to the rules. Although he played for eight different clubs including Real Madrid and Roma, he retired at 35 but not without leaving a record not only on the pitch but also off the pitch. Antonio Cassano :Active on and off the pitch sleeping with 700 women Rising through the ranks at Bari before a big-money move to Italian champions Roma, aged just 19. He swiftly gained a reputation of enjoying a playboy lifestyle with his promiscuous nature and womanising well-documented and regularly boasted about.Before 25 he had already slept with 700 women This was a player who knew what suffering felt like and he would go on to savour every moment of his fame and fortune.Advertisement
ILOILO City – Police caught two persons engagingin illegal gambling in Barangay Nonoy, City Proper. Officers from Police Station 1 nabbedthem after catching them in the act of playing tong-its ataround 4:30 p.m. on March 26. They were Rodolfo Bajade, 24, of SouthFundidor, Molo district and Julius Borro, 25, of Barangay Calaparan, Arevalodistrict, a police report showed. Their two alleged cohorts meanwhile were ableto elude arrest. The arrested individuals were detainedat the police station’s lockup cell./PN
As they celebrated their success over a Sunderland outfit whose shuddering halt to their mini-revival included a red card for Stephane Sessegnon, the home fans wasted no time in taunting Paolo Di Canio, who, when he came here with Swindon earlier this season, indicated Villa were on their way down. Ron Vlaar’s opening goal was cancelled out by Danny Rose’s clever finish. However, once Andreas Weimann restored the hosts’ lead, they never looked back. Benteke scored the next three goals to put the game out of the Black Cats’ reach before Gabriel Agbonlahor completed the rout. The touchpaper was lit by a pair of memorable strikes as Vlaar and Rose traded goals. After a couple of brave blocks inside the Sunderland penalty area, the ball shot back towards the halfway line, where Vlaar collected on the edge of the centre circle. The big Dutchman surged forward and netted from fully 30 yards. But the visitors hit back. Rose exchanged passes with Craig Gardner, then Danny Graham, and powered on into the box, delivering a superb finish. Yet Sunderland were soon caught with too many men forward, Matthew Lowton delivered a fine crossfield pass and an unmarked Weimann did the rest. And 10 minutes into the second period, Villa had a third as goalkeeper Simon Mignolet was deceived by Agbonlahor’s piledriver and Benteke, onside, was all alone to nod the rebound into an empty net. And he had only just got started on his evening’s work as he rose above Carlos Cuellar to steer home a far-post header before driving his third past a shellshocked Mignolet, his 22nd goal of an incredible campaign. In between, Sessegnon was dismissed for a tackle that flattened Yacouba Sylla and Sunderland’s misery was completed in the final minute as Agbonlahor raced round Mignolet to end the rout. Press Association Christian Benteke scored a second-half hat-trick as Aston Villa zoomed five points clear of the Barclays Premier League relegation zone following a 6-1 win over Sunderland.
Sam Swart lined up on the right side of the goal for a free position shot, staring down Coastal Carolina goaltender Harley Barrett. When the whistle blew, Swart exploded off the line before releasing a shot from her right shoulder.The shot was low, bouncing on the ground by Barrett’s feet. Before the goalie knew it, the ball was in the back of the net, and Swart had her second goal of the game. As she dropped her stick, she stumbled — the only time SU’s offense would do so the entire night.In the first 24 minutes of the game, the No. 7 Orange (3-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) scored as many goals as they did in their last game on Saturday against No. 1 Boston College. By the end of the contest, Syracuse had matched its season high and defeated Coastal Carolina (1-1), 18-5, its largest winning margin of the season. It marked SU’s fourth-straight game to begin the season with at least 12 goals, a feat that it achieved just twice all of last year. Paced by Meaghan Tyrrell’s four points, the Orange offense opened the game with a dominating first-half run, a trend that has appeared in every game this season.“Little sluggish the first minute or two, but then we turned it around and got on a roll,” SU head coach Gary Gait said. “… Our shooting came around. Overall very happy with the performance of the entire team, again.”Syracuse opened its season on Feb. 8 by outscoring Connecticut 12-1 in the first half. In its second game, against Binghamton, SU scored the first nine goals of the game. Even Saturday against Boston College, the No. 1 team in the country, the Orange offense exploded out of the gate.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSeven goals in the first 22 minutes of the game pushed Syracuse ahead by five and in position for the biggest upset in program history. The Eagles ultimately stopped the run and handed the Orange their first loss, but not before SU’s offense held its own against last season’s national runners-up. Two days after the loss, Syracuse made sure it didn’t suffer the same fate against the Chanticleers.“This was a real quick turn around,” Gait said. “One day to prepare after a tough BC game. It’s kind of what we got stuck with, came out and I thought we played pretty well.”Susie Teuscher | Digital Design EditorWhile Coastal Carolina struck first by scoring just under five minutes into the game, Syracuse didn’t take long to respond. Less than a minute later Tyrrell scored the first of her three goals, kicking off an Orange scoring streak.Megan Carney was next, pouring in a pair of goals that gave Syracuse a lead that it would never relinquish. When Vanessa Costantino scored at the 15:14 mark, just over 10 minutes after Coastal Carolina scored the game’s first goal, the Orange’s lead was 6-1. It prompted a Chanticleers timeout, allowing head coach Kristen Selvage to berate her players in the minute-long huddle.While Tyrrell’s three goals pushed her to eight on the season, second-best on the team, Carney’s pair of scores has her tied for third, with seven. The two freshman attackers have been instrumental to Syracuse’s offense this season and through four games appear to be more than capable of making up for the loss of Riley Donahue, the 26-goal scorer that the Orange lost from last season.“I think me and Meg (Carney) work really well together,” Tyrrell said. “We can definitely do some more work around the crease together.”Selvage’s angry monologue did little to help Coastal Carolina’s cause. With just under five minutes left in the half, the Chanticleers had managed to score their second goal. Syracuse, on the other hand, had poured in six more. Its 13th and final score of the half came with 4:32 left until the break, when Morgan Alexander dropped in her third goal of the game.After scoring, Alexander was hit in the head and fell to the ground. While Selvage stomped her feet on the sideline, Alexander picked herself up and hugged her teammates.After missing her first three seasons at SU due to three separate knee injuries, Alexander is finally on the field for the Orange and has produced immediately. Three goals in her debut against Connecticut have grown to seven goals and two assists through four games as the attacker has carved her way into the rotation.“It’s a huge bonus,” Emily Hawryschuk said. “I think it’s awesome to see someone like Morgan come from years of injuries and make an impact on our team, so it’s really exciting.”It took until the second half for Hawryschuk, Syracuse’s leading scorer, to tally her first goal of the game. By that time, however, it was unnecessary insurance in a contest that, for the third time this season, was controlled by Syracuse’s offense.She’d be joined on the scoresheet by Sarah Cooper, a freshman defender who scored for the first time in her Syracuse career, and Julie Cross, a midfielder who had yet to score this season. Games versus Coastal Carolina, Connecticut and Binghamton allowed the Orange to display their firepower, but against Boston College, SU’s attack failed to last the entire game.With its next five games coming against ranked opponents, Syracuse will have the chance to show if its offensive potential is legitimate.“We’re at a point when we’re gonna hit a tough stage in the schedule, and if we can continue, then what we worked on, we’ll look at as a success,” Gait said. “I think we could’ve scored a lot more goals if we needed to today, but instead, we got the opportunity to play everybody, so we just gotta make sure that we can get that potential to get those numbers up there when we’re playing a top-5 team, top-6 team.” Published on February 18, 2019 at 6:52 pm Contact Eric: [email protected] | @esblack34 Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
The South African government is calling on potential investors to inject their resources in the local mining sector, saying that they can contribute throughout the value chain, from exploration to beneficiation.The South African government will be punting the mining industry at the 2018 Mining Indaba. (Image: Brand South Africa)South Africa’s mining and minerals industry is open to investment throughout the value chain – from exploration to beneficiation. To promote investment in the sector, Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane (MP) will officially open the annual Investing in African Mining Indaba and showcase South Africa’s prowess in mining. The Indaba will be held from 5 to 8 February 2018 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).Join government as it engages delegates of the 2018 Mining Indaba and the media corps on the industry’s prospects, government’s plans and investment opportunities in the South Africa.Team SA’s calendar of events at the 2018 Mining Indaba include:•Official opening address by Minister Zwane: 05 February 2018 at 09:10 – 09:30•Q&A with Minister Zwane and his cabinet colleagues: 05 February 2018 from 14:00 – 16:00. Ask the Minister questions in advance at http://www.dmr.gov.za/miqc.•Visit the South African stand (stand number 616) during the indaba for more information on SA’s mining industry.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
The TAJ, in a statement on Wednesday (January 16), indicated that this is being done with view to encouraging MSMEs to file online. Beginning February, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) will be able to access Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) annual Special Taxpayer Assistance Programme (STAP), to assist with the filing of their statutory returns. The service not only affords users the option of filing their income tax returns electronically, but also making payments using automated direct banking; creating a payment plan; viewing filing and payment history; generating accounts statements; and applying for Tax Compliance Certificates (TCCs) online, instead of visiting a tax office to conduct these transactions. Story Highlights Beginning February, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) will be able to access Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) annual Special Taxpayer Assistance Programme (STAP), to assist with the filing of their statutory returns.The TAJ, in a statement on Wednesday (January 16), indicated that this is being done with view to encouraging MSMEs to file online.The service not only affords users the option of filing their income tax returns electronically, but also making payments using automated direct banking; creating a payment plan; viewing filing and payment history; generating accounts statements; and applying for Tax Compliance Certificates (TCCs) online, instead of visiting a tax office to conduct these transactions.Meanwhile, the TAJ is encouraging all taxpayers to arrange for early filing of their returns, which are due on March 15, by utilising the convenience, speed and security of the online option, “to avoid the usual last-minute rush.”The Authority reminds clients filing Corporate Income Tax (CIT) and Assets Tax Returns that this must be done electronically, via the TAJ’s online portal at www.jamaicatax.gov.jm.“This means that the returns for these categories of taxpayers must be filed using the TAJ’s online facility on or before the March 15 due date,” the agency stated.The TAJ also reminds companies, organisations and self-employed persons as well as workers with additional sources of income or multiple employment to file their annual income tax returns for 2018 and their estimated income and tax payable for 2019 on or before March 15.“Taxpayers, including professionals and self-employed persons such as entertainers, doctors, lawyers, realtors, landlords, shopkeepers, barbers, hairdressers and taxi/bus operators, are also encouraged to register to file and pay online via the TAJ’s tax portal. Persons may visit the ‘How To’ section… for user-friendly instructions,” the Authority added.The TAJ indicated that it will continue to offer support to taxpayers to guide them through the online filing process.“Additionally, taxpayers may avail themselves of the e-One-on-One sessions where TAJ personnel will visit the taxpayers’ place of business to provide their staff with training,” the agency further stated.The TAJ advised that persons wishing to file returns online while getting support from TAJ officers, can do so at the e-filing centre at the Constant Spring Revenue Service Centre.Additionally, they can do so at e-taxspots at the Kingston, Cross Roads, Portmore, Spanish Town, May Pen, Mandeville, Savanna-la-Mar, Montego Bay, St. Ann’s Bay and Morant Bay tax offices, with the option of making arrangements for similar support at other locations.For additional information, persons can contact the TAJ’s Customer Care Centre at 888-TAX-HELP (888-829-4357), or visit www.jamaicatax.gov.jm.
Safety of women in the Capital has long been an issue. Keeping that in mind, an FM channel launched a campaign in the city that encourages acceptance and celebration of the girl child. With that theme in mind, Euphoria frontman Palash Sen launched a new song Main Hoon in the city on Thursday. Millennium Post caught up with Sen on the campaign, safety of women in the Capital and more. ‘It is not a sexist problem, it’s a social problem. Women are not just an object,’ he told us. Here are excerpts: Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’What made you direct and sing the song Main Hoon…?A woman according to me is ‘beauty’. Main Hoon.. depicts the strong presence of women around us. We are celebrating women empowerment, so this initiative marks the beginning of a series of initiatives which aim to create a safer society for women in India. All my earlier videos showcase women as protagonists, and even in this song, my mother, sister and my daughter along with some students of Lady Shri Ram College are seen. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixHow do you think this song will help the audience take the initiative for a better society?In the past few weeks things have drastically changed in our society, and it’s about time that as individuals we come together to bring about a change in the general perception of women and girl children. There are various ways to reach out to the mass, and as I am into music, I feel it is the best means to reach the audience, the sweetest medium which will linger in the audience’s mind and heart. What do you think is the scenario of the Capital now in terms of safety of women since your Delhi University days when you were a student?The negative mindset of the society needs to be changed towards the female gender. We are the biggest hypocrites of the society. India is the oldest culture in the world, where on one hand we worship Ma Durga, her power, and on the other hand these gruesome incidents take place. Women are not only emotionally strong, they are physically strong too by carrying a baby for nine months. Earlier, we did not get to see and hear Munni and Sheila or Fevicol, which degrades a woman’s morality. Why do we have to see Bipasha Basu or Sunny Leone every day?…It’s time to put an end to these discriminations, and give them a chance to achieve their full potential.Many will say this is likely to be a publicity stunt, as the gang rape incident has been in the news lately….I simply don’t bother about publicity. I am an orthopaedic Surgeon too, I do music straight from my heart and people love my music. Euphoria is a band with no Bollywood ties. We are blessed to have this amount of fan following. If you are calling this a publicity stunt, I would say it is a positive initiative to nurture the society. I did not take a single penny for this song. Publicity is important, as far as it is a positive one.What is your message to the society?A woman is like the morning sunshine. Look up on her and value her. Look beyond movies which have taken over the idiot box. Learn to respect, to gain respect . Galvanise actions to ensure that every girl child is able to realise her full potential. And for those in the media, make the pen your sword, for a good cause.
Australia pledged its support for Ukraine during a visit by the nation’s President Thursday, with Australia’s Prime Minister calling for an end to the bloody conflict in Eastern Europe and Ukraine’s leader urging Russia to withdraw.Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, a sharp critic of Russia since Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down in July over rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine, said Russia must honor a little-respected cease-fire agreement signed in September.Asked by a journalist if Australia was taking sides in a European war, Abbott replied: “The side we take is the side of freedom.”