Both Portmore United and Tivoli Gardens will have to make the most of their second chance when they meet in the final leg of the Red Stripe Premier League play-off in hope of a place in the semi-finals. Last week, Tivoli Gardens, playing a man short following the early ejection of Romaine Brackenridge, rallied with a late goal from substitute Howard Morris to end the game on equal footing. “The aim was to get three points. We went down to 10 men, were outplayed in the first half, but had a very good second half and equalised. “With this in mind, the players realise that if they dig deep, we can come out with a positive result tomorrow, and that is our thinking heading into this game,” team manager Brian Rose told The Sunday Gleaner yesterday. Today, they should have more ammunition as the competition’s leading scorer, Jermaine Johnson, and the team’s second leading scorer, Elton Thompson, should be available for selection. “They are available. Between both of them, they have scored 27 goals, which is a major plus for us, so it (their availability)) has definitely lifted us,” Rose added. Portmore United, for their part, are confident that they will get the job done today on their ‘home’ ground. “Tivoli scoring late in the first leg has not affected us heading into this game. Playing away and getting a point is a plus for us. We now just have to play our football, we can’t be arrogant,” Damono Solomon, a man who should play a key role in the Portmore United defensive unit, explained. The unit, he said, is fully focused on getting the job done. Any player, he added, can be chosen to take the field based on how competitive the squad has been in training. Today’s game: 3 p.m: Portmore United vs Tivoli Gardens – Wembley Centre of Excellence Confident
January 14, 2020
An international delegation of leaders from indigenous and forest communities in Colombia, Indonesia, Liberia and Peru have protested in London, United Kingdom, calling for action against human rights violations and land grabbing linked to the global trade in palm oil.At a press conference Wednesday, the delegation revealed new evidence showing the involvement of European institutions in financing palm oil grown on illegally deforested lands and highlighted accounts of human and environmental rights violations compiled by the Forest Peoples Program (FPP) and the Environmental Investigation Agency, both UK-based NGOs.Palm oil is used in thousands of products, from peanut butter and ice cream to household cleaning products, toothpaste, and shampoo. It is also one of the leading drivers of illegal tropical deforestation and social conflict.“Since much of the global demand for palm oil-based commodities is being driven by EU consumption, we need strong binding regulations of supply chains bringing palm oil and other agricultural commodities to Europe, not voluntary schemes,” Ali Kaba, program coordinator and senior researcher at Liberia’s Sustainable Development Institute, said in a statement.“When you have palm plantations in the absence of secure rights to customary land or indigenous lands, in reality it can often lead to land rights violations and human rights abuses, environmental damages and poverty for the communities affected by that industry,” he added.Palm oil companies are a major driver of deforestation and land grabs in Liberia with around one fifth of Liberia’s land area being granted to palm oil companies in state-awarded concessions, according to published reports. When Liberia opened up to investment after the war, the government struck land deals with companies without consulting the people who had customarily owned, lived and worked on the land for time immemorial. “In one fell swoop, communities received little or nothing in return for being forced to hand over their most prized asset: their land, watersheds and forests,” it said. In rural parts of Liberia, communities complain that their food is now scarcer and food prices higher than before the palm oil companies moved in, and that fertilizers and pesticides have polluted their fishing ponds and drinking water. This is backed up by a 2012 food security assessment which found that Liberian communities affected by such large-scale oil palm plantations have poorer diets, greater debts, and are less able to invest in education and agricultural development, when compared with unaffected communities. In many cases palm oil seems to be compounding, not alleviating poverty. The major palm oil companies operating in the country are Sime Darby (Malaysia), Golden Veroleum (Liberia) Inc. (controlled by Golden Agri-Resources ‘GAR’, Singapore), Equatorial Palm Oil (UK), majority owned by Kuala Lumpur Kepong ‘KLK’ (Malaysia) and Maryland Oil Palm Plantation, owned by SIFCA (Côte d’Ivoire) with investment from Wilmar and Olam (Singapore). The London press conference was the culmination of a 10-day EU tour in which the delegation first attended meetings of the European Parliament and the European Commission in Belgium before traveling to the Netherlands, Germany and the UK to urge government and private sector decision-makers to account for human rights and the rights of indigenous peoples while crafting measures to make the production of palm oil sustainable.“We need the global community to understand that when they are consuming palm oil and biofuels they are consuming the blood of our peoples in Indonesia, Liberia, Colombia and Peru,” Agus Sutomo, director of LinkAR-Borneo, an NGO based in West Kalimantan, Indonesia, said in a statement. He added: “Human rights violations are being committed by an industry that is expanding due to the EU demand for palm oil and bioenergy.”A disproportionate amount of so-called “conflict palm oil” is destined for the European Union, research has shown. A report released last year by the Brussels-based NGO Fern found that 18 percent of all palm produced from illegal tropical forest destruction ends up in the EU.France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and the UK are by far the biggest consumers of commodities produced outside of the law.Indonesia and Malaysia have led the world in the production of illegal palm oil for decades, but palm oil growers are increasingly seeking to expand their operations to countries in West Africa and Latin America. Critics of the palm oil industry say that trend has unleashed a new wave of human rights violations and environmental destruction in those countries.In particular, they called for the EU and its member states to strengthen regulation of financial and corporate institutions involved in the agribusiness sector to ensure compliance with national and international human rights and environmental protection laws.One specific demand was that financial regulatory bodies remove United Cacao Ltd SEZC from trading on the London Stock Exchange due to the reported illegal deforestation of 11,100 hectares (nearly 27,500 acres) and related rights violations in the Peruvian Amazon.“We are demanding that the London Stock Exchange immediately halt trading services and cancel registration of companies that act outside of the law,” Robert Guimaraes Vasquez, a member of the Shipibo-Conibo indigenous people of the Peruvian Amazon, said in a statement.“Peru has the fourth highest rate of murder of human rights and land defenders in the world. We are alerting the international community to protect the community leaders who are speaking out against the deadly palm oil industry and who now face grave dangers to their security.”The tour comes just two months after the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund, Norway’s Government Pension Fund Global, adopted a human rights policy requiring all companies in which the fund invests to respect human rights, integrate a human rights strategy and risk management into their operations, and report on their performance in a comprehensive and transparent manner.Certification schemes like the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) can sometimes be useful to communities that find themselves in conflict with palm oil companies, as they frequently provide the only means of challenging destructive plantation development and other corporate abuses.But the delegates said that, in order to be more effective, certification complaints systems like the RSPO must be strengthened and better equipped to respond to and investigate community complaints. Testimonies from communities on the ground, they added, demonstrate that green labeling and voluntary approaches are not providing adequate redress for forest communities’ grievances.The delegates said that Wilmar International, which controls some 45 percent of global trade in palm oil and is widely regarded as having begun the movement among palm oil companies to adopt voluntary “No deforestation, no peat, no exploitation” commitments, is a good example of why government intervention is needed to ensure compliance with the law. Independent NGOs continue to find that major suppliers to Wilmar, such as Bumitama and Kencana Agri, are clearing forests and abusing community rights.“The palm oil industry has not dealt with many of the past and present violations of community rights by agribusiness developments,” Franky Samperante, the founder and director of the Sulawesi-based indigenous peoples’ organization Pusaka, said in a statement. “It is not enough to create voluntary certification schemes, while we continue to suffer land grabs and the on-going violation of human rights.”Samperante added that the uncontrolled expansion of palm oil plantations is directly responsible for creating land rights conflicts.Just as important as new regulations on the global palm oil supply chain is legal title to traditional lands, the delegation pointed out. A Woods Hole Research Center analysis last year found that indigenous territories in the Amazon Basin, the Mesoamerican region, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Indonesia contain more than 20 percent of the carbon stored aboveground in Earth’s tropical forests.In other words, giving indigenous communities legal title to their lands would not only help head off conflicts with producers of palm oil and other global commodities, but could help prevent runaway climate change, given that forest communities have been known to not only conserve but actually enhance the carbon storage potential of forests.Representatives of the Indigenous and community leaders included Franky Samperante (Indonesia), Ali Kaba (Liberia), Sedequías Ancon Chávez (Peru), Agus Sutomo (Indonesia), Robert Guimaraes Vasquez (Peru), and Willian Aljure (Colombia).Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
January 12, 2020
A family of six has literally been left without a roof over their heads after a fire, which was reportedly started by a stove left unattended in the house, completely destroyed their two-storey wooden home on Saturday morning.This home was situated in the Mabaruma Settlement at Barima Waini in the North West District, and the fire began at around 11:00hrs, when the family was not at home at the time.The Guyana Times was informed that the owner of the house, 51-year-old Rocky Campbell, had left to visit his farm, located some distance away from the house.His wife, Elaine Sam, had reportedly cooked him a meal and had left the house to take the food to the farm. Before leaving, she had sent her four children to fetch water.Upon the children’s return, they were confronted by thick smoke emanating from the upper flat of the house, which was already engulfed in flames. An alarm was raised, and public-spirited persons formed a bucket brigade that managed to douse the flames. However, the family estimates losses close to a million dollars.The fire is suspected to have been started from a gas stove which was reportedly left on by Mrs Sam.
January 12, 2020
Saturday, Feb. 10 – Game 6 [if necessary]1st Place at 4th Place2nd Place at 3rd Place East Division Playoff ScheduleEast Division Semi-FinalsTuesday, Jan. 30 – Game 14th Place at 1st Place3rd Place at 2nd Place NPHL Finals ScheduleSaturday, March 3 – Game 1 – East Champ at West ChampTuesday, March 6 – Game 2 – West Champ at East ChampThursday, March 8 – Game 3 – East Champ at West ChampSaturday, March 10 – Game 4 – West Champ at East Champ*Tuesday, March 13 – Game 5 – East Champ at West Champ*Thursday, March 15 – Game 6 – West Champ at East Champ* Saturday, March 17 – Game 7 – East Champ at West Champ(*) if necessary East Division FinalThursday, Feb. 15 – Game 1 – Lower Seed at Higher SeedSaturday, Feb. 17 – Game 2 – Higher Seed at Lower SeedTuesday, Feb. 20 – Game 3 – Lower Seed at Higher SeedThursday, Feb. 22 – Game 4 – Higher Seed at Lower Seed*Saturday, Feb. 24 – Game 5 – Lower Seed at Higher Seed*Tuesday, Feb. 27 – Game 6 – Higher Seed at Lower Seed*Thursday, March 1 – Game 7 – Lower Seed at Higher Seed(*) if necessary Thu., March 1 Winner of Feb. 27 Game at 1st [if necessary] Saturday, Feb. 3 – Game 34th Place at 1st Place3rd Place at 2nd Place [In the event two teams are tied, the tiebreaker would be played Tue., Feb. 27, with Thu., March 1 as a back up if ice is not available.] Tue., Feb. 6 Grande Prairie at Fort St. JohnThu., Feb. 8 Fort St. John at Dawson CreekSat., Feb. 10 Dawson Creek at Grande Prairie Tue., Feb. 13 Dawson Creek at Fort St. JohnThu., Feb. 15 Fort St. John at Grande PrairieAdvertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The North Peace Hockey League’s 2018 playoff schedule was released on Tuesday.All western division teams including the Fort St. John Flyers will make the playoffs. They will be part of a three-team round-robin series with each team playing eight games, with the top team advancing to the NPHL final.A win is worth two points and an overtime loss is one point. If the top two teams are tied the tiebreaker goes to the team with the most points in the regular season and will be awarded home ice advantage in a one-game sudden death final. If all three teams are tied then regular season standings are implemented. The third place team faces the second place team, with the winner playing the first place team. The winner of both games advances to the final.- Advertisement -Whereas in the Eastern Division the top four teams make it to the playoffs with the higher seeds facing the lower seeds, for example, 1st vs 4th and 2nd vs 3rd with the winners meeting in the Eastern Division final. The winner of the series advances to the NPHL final. All eastern division series’ and the finals will be best-of-seven style format.The complete schedule can be found below:West Division Playoff ScheduleAdvertisement Sat., Feb. 17 Grande Prairie at Dawson Creek Date GameTue., Jan. 30 Grande Prairie Dawson CreekThu., Feb. 1 Fort St. John at Grande PrairieSat., Feb. 3 Dawson Creek at Fort St. JohnAdvertisement Tuesday, Feb. 6 – Game 41st Place at 4th Place2nd Place at 3rd Place Thursday, Feb. 8 – Game 5 [if necessary]4th Place at 1st Place3rd Place at 2nd Place Tue., Feb. 20 Dawson Creek at Grande PrairieThu., Feb. 22 Grande Prairie at Fort St. JohnSat., Feb. 24 Fort St. John at Dawson Creek Tuesday, Feb. 13 – Game 7 [if necessary]4th Place at 1st Place3rd Place at 2nd Place Tue., Feb. 27 3rd Place at 2nd Place [if necessary]Advertisement Thursday, Feb. 1 – Game 21st Place at 4th Place2nd Place at 3rd Place
January 11, 2020
…pre-retirement leave – Minister claims…sources point to major falloutEven as the public is still absorbing the recent removal of a senior functionary at the Foreign Affairs Ministry due to a fallout, it has been revealed that Chief Education Officer (CEO), Dr Marcel Hutson has been sent packing by the Education Ministry.CEO Marcel HutsonReports differ as to the reason behind the decision. Well-placed sources within the Ministry have indicated that Hutson has, in fact, been at odds with Education Minister Nicolette Henry over the handling of various policy matters and that this precipitated the move to send him off.On the other hand, Henry in a statement said that Hutson is approaching his statutory retirement age. The CEO is statutorily expected to retire on September 1, 2020, the Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.“By which time, he would have attained the requisite statutory age of retirement in accordance with the Public Service Rules. The CEO initiated his retirement process in August of this year, as he would have applied for and also received partial gratuity benefits to which he is entitled,” the statement said.Education Minister Nicolette HenryAccording to the Ministry, the CEO has standing to his credit 230 days annualised leave and as such, the CEO is required to proceed on pre-retirement leave in 2020 to enjoy all his outstanding leave and benefits.Hutson’s departure comes only a few days after the announcement that Director General of the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Audrey Jardine-Waddell was removed from her post. It was also announced that the Ministry would be recalling certain Ambassadors.For the year, Granger has reshuffled and even created new positions for a number of persons. Former Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge was himself reappointed as Foreign Secretary at the Foreign Affairs Ministry with responsibility for the Department of Frontiers and Territorial Integrity and the Department of Trade and Economic Cooperation.The position of Foreign Affairs Minister was taken up by Dr Karen Cummings, who previously served as junior Public Health Minister. The position of Director-General of the Ministry of the Presidency was created for Joseph Harmon, who previously served as Minister of State. The Minister of State is presently Dawn Hastings-Williams, who previously served as Minister of Public Affairs.Former Minister of Business Dominic Gaskin was replaced by Member of Parliament Haimraj Rajkumar. The position of Director of Manufacturing and Marketing within the Business Ministry with responsibility for the enforcement of standards, providing assistance to small producers and access to markets, particularly Eastern Caribbean markets, was created for Gaskin.Former Minister of Public Service, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine was replaced by Tabitha Sarabo-Halley while Dr Roopnaraine was appointed as Director of Public Service Training within the Ministry of the Presidency with responsibility for training standards at the Bertram Collins College of the Public Service, the Guyana Defence Force Staff College and the Guyana Police Force Staff College – a position which did not previously exist.
January 11, 2020
“We rely on World Health Organization, and Health Canada and B.C. CDC,” Dr. Badenhorst goes on to say. “These guys share virus-types and sub-types. So they try to predict based on that, what is the chance of a virus to come up next year? And based on that, they build a vaccine that they think is the best to provide this coverage.”Dr. Bandenhorst concludes, “The good thing is that sometimes it’s not the same match but this cross-immunization [is what] protects you.” Influenza B was the dominant virus in B.C., and was identified in about two-thirds of the cases. With that in mind, the total number did not exceed anticipated levels.There was concern that the vaccine this season was not a good match for one of the circulating viruses, H3N2, a subtype of influenza A.Northern Health’s Dr. Charl Badenhorst says that’s one possible reason for an increase in number of outbreaks in long-term care facilities.- Advertisement -“This shows you the difficulty with working with this influenza virus,” says Dr. Badenhorst. “…It’s difficult to always have the right vaccines for it [because] it can change its uniform the way it wants.”It’s generally believed influenza causes more deaths annually than all other vaccine-preventable diseases combined, although in many flu cases, other illnesses are involved and therefore accurate fatality numbers are next to impossible to determine.Flu season typically runs from late November through the end of March and that makes this the time of year when health authorities go to work to try and determine what kind of viruses are most likely to be in circulation next season.Advertisement
December 29, 2019
Game of Thrones is back for the sixth series.While we wait for the it to start, check out this video of footballers who look like characters from the popular telly programme.And in case you were wondering it’s on at 2am on Monday, 25 April (GMT) on Sky Atlantic – the same time as HBO screen it in the US – but for those who would rather watch at a normal time, you can catch it at 9pm on 25 April on the same channel.Is Jon Snow as dead as Aston Villa?
December 27, 2019
Reunion Of The 1992 Under 21 County Championship Winning Team.The Mac Cumhaills winning team of 92 are having a reunion in the club on the 26th of May. This team beat Gweedore in an epic battle that we won when Kevin Mc Cormack pointed a late free to win by a single point.The team was managed by former inter county players Brendan Dunleavy and Jim Kent, Sligo. Four of this team went onto play for the county 21’s that season, Eamonn Mc Menamin, Noel O Donnell, Sean Mc Ginty and Kevin Mc Cormack. The team of 92 will take on a Mac Cumhaills Legends Selection, managed by Peter Maloney and captained Noel Mc Gowan, at 7.00pm 26th May in Mac Cumhaill Park. This will be followed by refreshments and music in the clubhouse. This promises to be a very entertaining nights craic. Everybody welcome. For further information, please contact Gary Gallen on 087 6486675.Disco CELEBRATE THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS with all your teenage friends at our Camogie Fundraising Non-Alcoholic Disco on Friday June 1st in Basement Jacks (Jacksons Hotel) from 9pm-12. Admission €10.This is a fundraiser for the U14 Camogie team who represent Donegal in the Feile Finals in Dublin in July. Please support the girlsFIRST AID TRAININGThere will be a First Aid course given in the clubhouse on Mon 21st and Tue 22nd May. This is highly recommended for managers. Places limited so book early. Names to John Burke0868185915 or Alan Martin 0861723899MAC CUMHAILL’S CLUB LOTTOThere were no winners of the lotto this week. Numbers were 8,14,16 and 22There was 1 match 3 winner. Gary and Deirdre Dunnion win €150NEXT WEEK’S JACKPOT IS A MASSIVE €9,600 €2 weekly or a yearly subscription for the Club Lotto is €100€5 weekly or a yearly subscription for the Club Lotto is €240.Contact any club committee member for detailsIF YOU’RE NOT IN, YOU CAN’T WIN!!!!!!! UNDERAGE TRAININGTraining for underage teams is as follows,Please note time changes for Under 6’s/8’s and 10’sUnder 6’s Boys and Girls: Wed 6.00pm. On Astro pitch Contact Alan Martin 0861723899Under 8’s: Boys and Girls : Wed 6.00 on Training pitch.Contact Noel Doherty 0866028868Under 10’s Boys. Wed 6.00pm on Training pitch, weather permitting.Contact John Burke 0868185915Under 12’s Boys:We have changed to Tuesdays 6.00-7.15. Contact Luke Gavigan 0877980865Under 12/14 Girls. Sunday 12.00pm Contact Olivia Finn 0879673264.Camogie: Under 12/14 Tues 6.00-7.00.All ages Fri 6.00-7.00pm.Training for girls football 14-18 is on Thurs 5.45pm and Sundays 11.45am.New players welcome. Contact Michael Gordon 0877941058FOR SALEClub socks and togs for children up to age 14 and Canning hurls from sizes 26 – 35.Also we have new gear bags for sale. €15.These can be purchased from the club on Tue and Wed at 7.00pmSIGNS. Anyone wishing to take a sign in a prime location on a gable wall, please contact Alan Or Peter.MAC CUMHAILL’S BINGO Mac Cumhaill’s Weekly Bingo is in The Villa Rose this week at 8.30pm. Everyone Welcome.CLUB MEETING’S Club meetings will be held on the Last Monday of every Month at the Clubhouse. Any person wishing to get involved in the club please come along or contact any member. The Clubhouse bar is now taking bookings for parties: Contact Simon at 085 1503092 for more informationGAA NEWS: SEAN MAC CUMHAILL’S CLUB NOTES was last modified: May 21st, 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:BallybofeyGAA NEWS: MAC CUMHAILL’S CLUB NOTES
December 21, 2019
Gardaí in Donegal have pleaded with drug users who are thinking about getting behind the wheel of a car to wait until it is safe to do so to avoid harming themselves and others.Cannabis use is illegal in Ireland, but as drink and drug driving detections rise in Donegal, gardaí are warning users about the recommended time periods of when it is safe to drive.The garda roadside tests can detect four different types of drugs and will detect 9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the active ingredient in cannabis, in saliva for about 6 hours after last use. However, due to the lack of regulation in cannabis, the levels can vary. It is recommended to wait 24 hours after last using cannabis before driving, according to Sergeant Eunan Walsh.Speaking in the community Garda notice, Sgt Walsh said: “The correct answer in an ideal world is not to take cannabis at all and certainly not to take it if you are going to drive. Unfortunately it is not an ideal world and people do take cannabis and other illegal substances.”“It is recommended to wait 24 hours after last using cannabis before driving. If you are sure you are no longer impaired as result of taking cannabis and more than 6 hours have elapsed since last use it should not be possible for a Garda to detect impairment and the 9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) level in you oral fluid should be lower than the detection limit for the Cannabis test on the Drager Drugtest 5000.”Sgt Walsh added that poly-drug use, such as the dangerous mixture of alcohol and cannabis, is the most impairing to people’s driving. Donegal gardaí warn cannabis users to stay off roads for 24 hours was last modified: October 24th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:cannabisdrivingGardaroad safetyroadside drugs test
December 21, 2019
Fulham face Tottenham at Craven Cottage on Saturday. Test your knowledge of the recent history between the two clubs by seeing how many of these five questions you can answer correctly.[wp-simple-survey-87]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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook