The trial of Guineng Zhang, accused of illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition, has commenced before Senior Magistrate Clive Nurse at the Linden Magistrate’s Court.Zhang, of Lot 77B Light and Albert Streets Georgetown, is alleged to have had in his possession a .32 Taurus semi-automatic pistol while not being the holder of a firearm licence, on June 26 at Mabura Road, Region 10.Zhang is also accused of having had in his possession, on the same day at Mabura Road, 12 live rounds of .32 ammunition without being the holder of a firearm licence.On his first arraignment, Zhang had pleaded not guilty to the charges, and was placed on $300,000 bail for each offence.
0Shares0000Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua with Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier after a meeting at his office. PHOTO/CourtesyMACHAKOS, Kenya, Jan 15- Kenyan Premier League defending champions Gor Mahia have been handed a reprieve ahead of their CAF Champions League campaign after Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua lifted a ban imposed on the club on the use of the Kenyatta Stadium.Mutua had ordered a ban on the 16-time Premier League champions after a section of the fans went on destructive rampage around the town following their loss to Sofapaka in their run-up to the league title in 2014. “Following negotiations brokered by my sports minister Faith Kithu, we have decided to lift the ban for the love of the sport and promotion of sports tourism in the county,” Mutua said on Monday afternoon after a meeting with Gor Mahia officials led by chairman Ambrose Rachier.Also present at the meeting was AFC Leopards chairman Dan Mule.However, Gor Mahia will be required to pay a Sh1mn goodwill fee to the county government following the lifting of the ban.“We know the amount is not enough for the damages caused by our fans, but it’s a goodwill gesture to show our appreciation for being welcomed back,” Gor boss Rachier remarked.He admitted that the club has been fighting the hooliganism vice since the 2014 incident but assured that the same had been stemmed immensely and was on the decline.AFC Leopards chairman Dan Mule was also part of the meeting with Governor Alfred Mutua at his Machakos office. PHOTO/CourtesyGor Mahia was in limbo over the facility to use for their CAF Champions League campaign which kicks off in February as the Kenyatta Stadium is the only CAF recognized facility in the country with both Nyayo and Kasarani stadia closed for renovation.They were banking on an inspection of the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega for the same, but a date hasn’t been set yet. AFC Leopards will also most likely stage their Confederations Cup campaign at the same venue.The season-opening Super Cup pitting the two giants might also be considered for the Kenyatta Stadium which also played host to the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup last month.At the same time, Mutua said the county government will construct 8 stadia, one in each sub county in the next two years.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)
Eden Hazard has been linked with a PSG transfer 1 PSG v Chelsea is live on talkSPORT at 7.45pm on Tuesday 16 FebruaryAhead of Chelsea’s trip to PSG, Eden Hazard has revealed it would be hard to turn down a move to the French club. “[It is] difficult to say no to PSG, or to any of the teams capable of winning the Champions League,” he said.His manager Guus Hiddink has told the player to focus on showing his quality in a Chelsea shirt first and added France’s Ligue 1 is not as attractive as other European divisions, given that PSG are 24 points ahead of second place Monaco. “For me, I think big, big, big players always like to be in the biggest league, which is the Premier League, La Liga and also the Bundesliga,” the boss explained.Here, talkSPORT looks at how Chelsea fans reacted to the player’s comments.
The Atletico Madrid man displayed his array of talents 1 The conveyor belt of young Spanish talent shows no signs of slowing down.La Roja’s U21 side have undoubtedly been the standout side in this summer’s tournament and midfielder Saul Niguez booked their place in the final with a stunning hat-trick.The Atletico Madrid man displayed his array of talents with a series of strikes; be they from distance, following a solo run, or even tapping home from close range.Antoine Griezmann may be the jewel in Atleti’s crown, but Saul could takeover that mantle if this evidence is anything to go by.Watch Saul’s hat-trick below….
Karl Lacey will be a key figure for Four Masters – when they face Bundoran in the relegation/promotion play-off.U12 Boys FootballTraining for next years U12 boys football team continues every Wednesday night at 6pm in Tír Cónaill, new players always welcome.Senior Men’s Football The senior men’s football team will play Bundoran in the play off to stay in Division 1 for 2016 after their win over Termon at the weekend.Bord na nÓg Awards NightThe Bord na nÓg awards night takes place on Sunday November 22nd in the St John Bosco Centre from 7pm to 9pm. All coaches and managers are asked to be there from 6pm to help set up the venue. GAA President Aogan O’ Fearghail will be in attendance on the night.‘Come Cook With Us’ Fundraiser This vital fundraiser for Bord na nÓg takes place on Thursday November 19th in the Abbey Hotel from 8pm. Tickets are available from all underage managers and are priced at €10. Contestants on the night include Austin O’Kennedy, Mark Sweeney and Davy Crawford among others. There will also be a comedian on the night alongside the cooking. All club members, parents, players and locals are asked to get behind this fundraiser, with all money raised on the night being reinvested in the underage of the club.SRB AGMWell done to Lee Jordan who reelected as assistant secretary to the SRB.Club Lotto ResultThere was no winner of the Lotto Jackpot of €3,100 in Week 16 of the 2015/2016 season draw held in the Abbey Hotel on Monday November 2nd. The €25 winners in the Lucky Dip were Teresa Mc Gonigle, Ballyboyle, Brid Mc Ginley, New Row, Catherine Greene, Drimark and Mary Harley, c/o An Post.The numbers drawn were 4, 11, 16 & 19 with the jackpot now standing at €3,200. New members are still welcome so why not play online now at www.fourmastersgaa.comSenior Board AGMThe Senior Board AGM, Sunday 6th Dec , 7.30pm @Dom’s Pier 1. AGM nomination forms available at Liam Mullin’s Shop, Abbey Hotel reception and from club officers. Soft copy available on request by email to, firstname.lastname@example.org Scór na nÓgThe club entered a team into the Scór Céílí and quiz in the regional scór competition in Glenfin on Sunday. Thanks goes to all the participated on the day and to Paulline McGuire for organising.Good LuckBest wishes to the senior AVS boys football team who play Milford this Tuesday, a large number of club players are part of this squad. Hard luck to the senior AVS girls team who lost out to Glenties last week.GAA NEWS: FOUR MASTERS FACE BUNDORAN IN PROMOTION/RELEGATION PLAY-OFF was last modified: November 9th, 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:GAASport
Steven Perry and Nigel Drein, organisers of the Motiv8 LK Event, handing over a cheque for over €3,517 to Betty Holmes of Donegal Action for Cancer Care (DACC).DACC was the chosen charity for the event which seen 9 Letterkenny Celebrities successfully complete Gaelforce North after only 8 weeks of training! Both Motiv8 Fitness and DACC would like to thank all those involved in fundraising efforts.Betty Holmes of the DACC said “The amazing work that these 9 people who undertook the challenge did was remarkable. Like we told Nigel & Steven who we thank most sincerely the money is very important, we cannot continue our work without it, but equally as important is the health awareness, education and lifesytle changes that these 9 people have made through this incredible event will now be passed onto their familes, friends & work colleagues.“This is a very valuable& worthwhile step in the right direction in the battle against cancer & other major health conditions.”Hopefully the Ulster Bank cheque will be cleared in the not-too-distant future! THE END OF A VERY SUCCESSFUL ROAD FOR MOTIV8! was last modified: July 7th, 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:DACCMOTIV8
A pizza parlor burglar paused to make a pizza before fleeing with $3,000. A security camera showed the intruder playing pizza chef after breaking into Sonny’s Pizza and Pasta through a bathroom window early Monday, said Lt. Ted Boyne of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. The burglar put on an employee’s shirt after entering the San Clemente pizza parlor about 2 a.m., then made a pizza, spreading sauce, cheese and pepperoni over the dough and placing it in the oven, the lieutenant said. Employees arriving about 3 a.m. apparently scared him off before the pizza was ready, Boyne said. The burglar fled with about $3,000. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “We found the pizza burned in the oven,” he added. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
€10M rebuild under way at Letterkenny General HospitalBy Rachel McLaughlin: IT will cost €10M to rebuild Letterkenny General Hospital, a public meeting in the town was told today.The figure is substantially less than the estimates put forward recently.But it still represents half of the cost of the new Emergency Department destroyed in July’s flood. The HSE hospital group meeting also confirmed details of an engineer’s report published by Donegal Daily last month which showed that 57mm of rainfall in just 15 minutes caused the damage.The second public meeting of the Board of the West/North West Hospitals Group has been taking place at the Mount Errigal Hotel.The €10M cost will help restore 11 areas at the hospital after 70% of its capacity was wiped out in the disaster.Areas affected included the Coronary Care Unit, Emergency Department, Radiology Department, Haematology Oncology Ward, Kitchen & Dining Facilities, Laboratory, Main Out-Patient Department, Cardiac Investigations ad Medical Records & Office Accommodation. The design team has already been appointed and the scope of works identified. This has been carried out in parallel with the installation of temporary facilities such as the temporary ED and radiology departments.Within a month of the flood the diversion arrangements effected by the Emergency Department were stood down. The re-build of Emergency Department will be completed around the end of the first quarter in 2014 with the overall re-building project finishing by autumn 2014.“The flooding at Letterkenny General Hospital is regarded as the most significant disaster in the history of the state in the Acute Sector. We will ensure that the new buildings are restored in line with current standards in patient care, resulting in improvements in a number of areas,” hospital group boss Bill Maher said.The rebuilding works will include a new culvert costing approximately €250,000. A planning application has been submitted to Donegal County Council and it is expected that construction will start before year-end. The HSE and the West/North West Hospital Group is considering a report into the existing culvert and the flooding and it is expected that this will be published shortly.Mr Seán Murphy, General Manager at Letterkenny General Hospital, told the meeting that they are hoping to resume virtually all services at the hospital in the coming weeks but that they expect that it will be some months before they return to pre-flood conditions. “Unfortunately, service capacity and flexibility will remain disrupted as we continue to rely on temporary and offsite facilities and in-patient and out-patient waiting list targets at both Letterkenny and Sligo will be adversely affected and plans are being developed to address this,” he admitted.Hospital group chair Noel Daly praised staff and local volunteers who worked to clean up the flood mess and thanked hospitals in the North for providing cover.Tony O’Brien, Director General of the Health Service Executive insisted: “Letterkenny hospital will be strengthened not just by new and better infrastructure but by being part of the West/North West Hospital Group, enabling it to contribute to better integrated patient services.”More to follow… €10M TO REBUILD LETTERKENNY GENERAL HOSPITAL, MEETING TOLD was last modified: September 17th, 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)Tags:hospitalLetterkenny floodmeetingMount Errigal Hotel
Tags: police fcStarTimes Uganda Premeir LeaguetopURA FC URA have drawn six of their 8 games this season (file photo)StarTimes Uganda Premier League URA FC 0-0 Police FCMandela National Stadium, NambooleSaturday, 24-11-2018NAMBOOLE – Saidi Kyeyune missed a second half penalty as URA played out a goalless draw at home to Police in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League on Saturday.Having drawn five of their first seven league games, the Tax Collectors could not break down a Cops side that is now unbeaten in their last five.The first half saw both sides fail to create meaningful chances in front of goal and referee George Olemu sent them back into the dressing room locked at 0-0.With a minute to the hour mark, Olemu awarded the home side a penalty. Like Shafick Kagimu against Nyamityobora, Saidi Kyeyune set up and also failed to convert from 12 yards as he sent his effort wide of the mark.As URA pressed for the winner, Police sat back and try to see out the draw resulting into several bookings with Sadat Kyambadde, Paul Wila and Ruben Kimera all going into Olumu’s book.Despite the late surge by Sam Simbwa’s side, they could not find the winner as the game ended 0-0.After Saturday’s draw, URA remain 8th with 12 points from 8 games this season.For Police, having now gathered 11points, they also remain 9th .The Uganda Premier League action resumes on Sunday with KCCA at home to Nyamityobora at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo.Comments
L’Afrique du Sud possede les infrastructures de transport d’un pays entierement developpe. Les routes sont de rang mondial. Les reseaux aerien et ferre sont les plus etendus du continent. Et les ports du pays offrent une halte naturelle pour les bateaux en provenance ou a destination de l’Europe, des Ameriques, de l’Asie, de l’Asie Australe et les deux cotes de l’Afrique.Le secteur des transports a ete mis en lumiere par le gouvernement en tant que principal contributeur a la competitivite de l’Afrique du Sud sur les marches internationaux. On le perçoit de plus en plus comme un moteur de la croissance economique et du developpement social.La Coupe du Monde 2010 de la FifaL’Afrique du Sud prevoit d’investir 9 milliards de rands pour ameliorer et developper les infrastructures de transport dans neuf villes d’accueil afin de faire face a l’arrivee massive de visiteurs attendus pour la Coupe du Monde 2010 de la Fifa.Ces preparatifs concernent des modernisations majeures des aeroports du pays et des ameliorations du systeme de transport general, y compris un programme de recapitalisation des taxis, le renforcement du transport ferroviaire de passagers et la transformation du secteur des bus.Les ports et l’expeditionLes principales lignes maritimes longent le littoral de l’Afrique du Sud dans l’Atlantique Sud et l’Ocean Indien. Environ 96 % des exportations d’Afrique du Sud sont transportees par la mer et les sept ports commerciaux du pays sont des points d’entree pour le commerce entre l’Afrique du Sud et ses partenaires en Afrique Australe et servent aussi de plateformes pour les echanges en provenance et a destination de l’Europe, de l’Asie, des Ameriques et des cotes ouest et est de l’Afrique.L’Autorite Nationale des Ports Transnet detenue par l’etat gere les ports du pays. Ce sont : Richards Bay a Durban au KwaZulu-Natal, East London et Port Elizabeth dans la region d’Eastern Cape et Mossel Bay au CAp et Saldanha dans la region de Western Cape.Durban est le port commercial de l’Afrique et le plus grand en termes de containeurs en Afrique Australe, Richard’s Bay est le plus grand terminal de cargaison du monde. Ensemble, les ports d’Afrique du Sud ont gere 183 millions de tonnes de cargo en 2007 et d’importantes modernisations sont en cours pour augmenter la capacite de gestion.Un huitieme port commercial, le port de Nqura, est developpe au large de Port Elizabeth dans la province d’Eastern Cape, les premiers navires commerciaux devant arriver au port en 2009. Nqura devrait etre le terminal pour conteneurs le plus profond d’Afrique. C’est une partie essentielle de Coega, l’une des zones de developpement industriel strategiques d’Afrique du Sud.Les routesLe reseau routier total d’Afrique du Sud fait environ 754 000 kilometres, dont 9 600km de routes nationales. Le voyage de Messina a la frontiere nord de l’Afrique du Sud jusqu’au Cap au Sud se fait sur 2 000 km de routes bien entretenues.Environ 2 400 km de routes du pays sont payantes.Alors que le Ministere des transports est responsable de la politique generale, la construction et l’entretien des routes relevent de la responsabilite de l’Agence des Routes Nationales d’Afrique du Sud et de celle des neuf provinces et gouvernements locaux.Le chemin de ferL’Afrique du Sud possede un reseau de chemin de fer etendu, le 10eme plus long du monde raccorde aux reseaux de la region sub-saharienne.La societe publique Transnet Freight Rail est la voie de chemin de fer et le transporteur le plus important d’Afrique australe avec un reseau ferroviaire d’environ 22 000 km, dont 1 500 km sont des voies de transport. Les infrastructures ferroviaires de la societe qui relient les ports au reste de l’Afrique du Sud representent environ 80 % du total de l’Afrique.Le gouvernement a lance un projet d’amelioration de la securite ferroviaire et de regain des voyages par train en tant que choix de transport public viable. En 2008, le gouvernement a declare qu’il allait investir 19,5 milliards de rands par an sur quatre ans pour moderniser ses infrastructures portuaires et ferroviaires, la moitie environ etant destinee au secteur du fret ferroviaire.La South African Rail Commuter Corporation exploite les services de transport Metrorail au Cap, dans la province d’Eastern Cape, a Durban, dans Johannesburg et sa banlieue et a Pretoria, en ciblant principalement les sud-africains pauvres.Les touristes et les passagers aises peuvent voyager sur le Blue Train, l’un des trains de luxe les plus celebres du monde, alors que Shosholoza Meyl transporte environ quatre millions de passagers par an entre les principales villes du pays.Des services font aussi la liaison avec d’autres destinations d’Afrique australe au Zimbabwe, au Mozambique et au Swaziland.La liaison ferroviare a grande vitesse du GautrainLe Gautrain, un reseau ferroviaire a grande vitesse, reliera Johannesburg, Pretoria et l’aeroport international OR Tambo, allegeant le trafic sur l’autoroute Johannesburg-Pretoria en offrant aux voyageurs une alternative sure et viable au transport routier.Le projet de 25 milliards de rands est un partenariat public-prive entre le gouvernement de la province de Gauteng et la societe Bombelo Concession, un consortium canadien-français-sud-africain. On estime que le Gautrain aura cree environ 33 000 emplois d’ici 2009.Vingt-quatre trains feront le trajet a 160 km/heure, pendant 18 heures par jour et transportant au total pres de 135 000 passagers par jour. Les transports secondaires vers et depuis les gares et les destinations proches se feront en bus de luxe.Il y aura 10 gares, dont trois seront souterraines. La partie enterree fera environ 14 km de long et se trouvera jusqu’a 96 metres de profondeur a certains endroits.La premiere phase, la partie entre l’aeroport, Sandton et Midrand, devrait etre terminee a temps pour la Coupe du Monde 2010 de la Fifa, et la deuxieme phase d’ici 2011.Les aeroports et les compagnies aeriennesPlus de 50 compagnies aeriennes, effectuant pres de 230 000 atterrissages et transportant environ 33 millions de passagers par an, passent par les 10 principaux aeroports d’Afrique du Sud. Cela comprend les principaux aeroports de Johannesburg, du Cap et de Durban et les aeroports de Port Elizabeth, East London, George, Kimberly, Upington, Bloemfontein et Pilansberg.Vingt-et-un centres de controle aerien encadrent les operations qui couvrent 145 aeroports autorises avec pistes a revetement et plus de 580 aerodromes avec pistes sans revetement.La societe d’aeroports semi-privatisee d’Afrique du Sud (Acsa) est chargee de surveiller l’expansion des infrastructures des aeroports du pays.En 2007, l’Acsa a propose un programme de depenses en capital sur cinq ans d’un peu moins de 20 milliards de rands afin d’accueillir une nouvelle generation d’avions et de gerer un plus grand nombre de passagers.L’aeroport international OR Tambo de Johannesburg est l’aeroport les plus anime d’Afrique avec environ 8,9 millions de passagers au depart par an. Il a ete designe meilleur aeroport du continent par le Conseil International des Aeroports en 2007.L’aeroport Cape Town International, qui voit partir 3,8 millions de passagers par an, a ete elu premier aeroport d’Afrique lors des World Travel Awards pour la septieme annee consecutive.South African Airways, le transporteur national d’Afrique du Sud, dessert plus de 700 villes, y compris 20 destinations en Afrique, et assure l’entretien de nombreuses compagnies aeriennes.Derniere mise a jour de l’article : Septembre 2008SAinfo reporter. Sources (sites en langue anglaise) :Standard Bank: Economic Profile: South AfricaSouth Africa YearbookDepartment of TransportTransnet National Ports AuthorityCoega Development CorporationTransnet Freight RailSouth African Rail Commuter CorporationGautrain Rapid Rail LinkAirports Company South AfricaSouth African Airways