MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil “Also, offensively we’re really excited to play after a long break. For me, I’m excited to coach just to get the feel of the PBA again and like I said, you will learn a lot and you wanna apply what you learn. We tried a few experiments and they seemed to work.”The Road Warriors set a franchise record with 20 3-pointers, which also ranks eighth all-time, as per PBA stats wiz Fidel Mangonon.The Elite, who played minus star big man Poy Erram due to a viral infection, came to within single-digits, 101-92, with still 5:29 remaining before Fonacier sank his fourth triple to get the Road Warriors rolling again.Blackwater guards Roi Sumang and Paul Zamar had 24 and 16 points, respectively while coming off the bench.ADVERTISEMENT Fonacier turned in a vintage performance with six 3-pointers en route to a game-high 24 points, including back-to-back triples near the two-minute warning, to shut the door on Blackwater’s comeback hopes Aaron Fuller also had 24 points that went with 20 rebounds as NLEX improved to 4-2.“We had quite a long preparation for this game when we saw that this team (Blackwater) is really for real so we made sure that we’re really prepared for this game,” said Guiao, who missed the Road Warriors first five games due to his national team duties.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“The plan really was to sacrifice Walker scoring more than his average. The keys to winning for Blackwater would be the locals combining with Walker on offense and four to five guys in double-figures,” Guiao added, referring to Elite import Henry Walker. “So we figured we had to pick our poison and it was decided that Waker can go one-on-one but prevent him from setting up his teammates for the three-point shots. Basically, the defensive scheme worked for us.”It worked to a tee with Walker, who came into the game averaging 30.3 points, was held to just 16 points on 6-of-17 shooting from the field. Taking on lead rebounding role for Ateneo energizes Kouame Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal View comments PBA IMAGESNLEX welcomed its head coach Yeng Guiao back with a 124-106 drubbing of Blackwater in the 2018 PBA Governors’ Cup Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The Road Warriors unleashed a barrage of treys led by veteran sharpshooter Larry Fonacier to deal the Elite their first loss after a 4-0 start.ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college LATEST STORIES Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title
Madam Kalayi: “We believe that the duty waiver Exec. Order #97) will boost farmers’ yield.The National Agro-Inputs Dealers Association of Liberia (NAIDAL), an umbrella organization of agro-dealers, has commended President George Weah for lifting tariff on agriculture products, including seeds, fertilizers, agro-chemicals and farming equipment.NAIDA President Rebecca Kalayi made the commendation at a press conference on Wednesday, September 4, in her Sinkor Old Road office, a suburb of Monrovia.“We believe that the duty waiver (Executive Order #97) will boost farmers’ yield and contribute to the socioeconomic development of rural communities, which depend solely on agriculture,” she said.Smallholder farmers continue to face many difficulties in assessing good quality seeds, fertilizers, agro-chemicals, and other agricultural inputs at affordable prices. This is partly due to high import tariffs that make the country uncompetitive and unappealing for inputs distribution as compared to neighboring countries.It is therefore expected that the duty waiver, which is designed to bring down the cost of imported agricultural materials, will make inputs more affordable for smallholder farmers to improve their yields and incomes.In line with the Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD), President Weah, in August 2019, issued Executive Order #97, spending tariffs on agriculture products for a period of one year. The reason is to reduce the cost of importing agricultural inputs by up to 24 percent through the removal of duties of goods and services tax.Madam Kalayi however called for an effective implementation of the Executive Order, if smallholder farmers are to greatly benefit. She said her organization stands to work with the government through the ministries of Agriculture, Commerce and Justice for the success of the policy.“We will work with relevant government ministries and stakeholders to create awareness so that smallholder farmers can have better understanding on the import tariff,” she said. “We want to appeal to the government to spearhead the effective implementation of the Executive Order by working closely with NAIDAL.”Madam Kalayi said that her organization is working with partners to ensure that the duty waiver becomes translated into a longer term agricultural policy.“We will appreciate if the government is to transform the duty waiver into a longer term agricultural policy to make the sector more viable,” she said.Madam Kalayi said further that with support from other partners, her organization is now equipped with the knowledge of agro-inputs’ utilization to better work with farmers. She however stressed the need for the government to strengthen the capacity of NAIDAL, with logistics to reach more smallholder farmers in the various communities.Meanwhile, several agro-dealers have told the Daily Observer that although they stand to benefit from the Executive Order #97, the high exchange rate of the United States dollars is a serious impediment to the growth of their respective businesses.Therefore, they want the government to stabilize the foreign exchange rate on the local market.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Cllr. Alfred Brownell is Africa’s Goldman Environmental Prize 2019 recipient.A Liberian lawyer, who stopped the destruction of over half a million acres of the country’s tropical forests, has been awarded the prestigious Goldman Environment Prize, the CNN has reported.According to the report, Cllr. Alfred Brownell, 53, was forced to flee Liberia and remains exiled in the United States after he mounted a campaign against Singapore-controlled Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL), one of the world’s biggest palm oil producing companies.But pursuing the case came at a hefty price for the lawyer, who says he faced intimidation and death threats after his campaign.The Goldman Environment Prize was presented to him on Monday, April 29, 2019 at a ceremony in San Francisco, and is awarded annually to six grassroots activists from six different continents, who have taken action and risked their lives to protect the planet.“Brownell’s fearless activism in the face of intimidation, harassment, and death threats has protected 513,500 acres of Liberia’s threatened forests – about 94 percent of the forest leased to GVL,” the awarding body said in a statement.Other winners of the top environment prize include South American activist Alberto Curamil and Ana Colovic Lesoska from North Macedonia, who spent seven years campaigning against two large hydropower plants planned for the national park.A struggling economyIn 2010, the Liberian government leased 543,600 acres of land to GVL to cultivate palm oil in Sinoe County in a bid to attract foreign direct investment into the country struggling to get back on its feet after 14-long year civil war that depleted the nation’s economy.But protests broke out against the company shortly after it began operation over allegations that GVL was clearing rainforests, and it did not obtain people’s consent before taking over their land.Residents complained their sacred sites, and ancestral graves were being wiped out in the process.“The traditional leaders came to my office to intervene, that their farmlands were being wiped out. We saw how bulldozers were clearing their farms, tree crops, and palm oil plantation,” said Brownell.CNN has made repeated attempts to obtain a comment from GVL, but did not immediately receive a response up to Monday when Brownell received the award.Protecting endangered wildlife, forests To stop the clearing of the forest land, Brownell worked with community members in October 2012 to file a complaint with the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), prompting an investigation into the company’s operations in the disputed area.RSPO’s complaints panel said GVL had failed to meet up to its obligations to the communities.The global body placed a ‘stop work’ order on the company’s operations in Sinoe County and asked them to renegotiate its agreement in disputed areas.For challenging the case, Brownell said his staff and associates were threatened with imprisonment. The face off with authorities reached fever pitch in 2016.“My colleagues and staff were being harassed by officers in plainclothes. Some were sent to my home, and I had to stay in a safe house for days because there was a manhunt for me,” the activist said.CNN contacted a spokesman for Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who was ruling the country at the time, but was unable to obtain a comment immediately.Overnight, Brownell says he was forced to abandon his home with his family and seek refuge in the United States.However, he continues to fight for the conservation of rainforests in the country, which are still under threat.“They made a mistake when they chased me out of Liberia. We have been able to fight this case more than before, because I now operate without fear or terror,” said Brownell, who is now a distinguished scholar in residence at Northeastern University in Boston.More than 60 percent of Liberia’s 4.8 million people depend on agriculture for their livelihoods.GVL’s plantation is near Liberia’s rainforests covering more than half of the Upper Guinean Forest — a forest land spread from Sierra Leone to Nigeria.It is home to a large population of elephants and endangered species such as tree pangolins, chimpanzees and pygmy hippos.Brownell hopes the Goldman prize recognition will inspire other civil societies and indigenous communities to continue the fight against injustices.
Prosecutors in the Richard Stanton trial closed the State’s case on Wednesday, leaving Justice Brassington Reynolds to make certain determinations as the matter continues on Friday.Even as a verdict in the matter looms, one of the final prosecution witnesses testified earlier this week that several of the exhibits in the Patricia Sanasie murder case had gone missing.Stanton is accused of executing the woman three years ago in front of her Atlantic Gardens, East Coast Demerara home. He is represented by Attorney Mark Waldron.Accused: Richard StantonOne of the investigators, Detective Constable Samuel Headley, testified on Tuesday that several of the exhibits which he had lodged at the Sparendaam Police Station after he had given evidence during the preliminary inquiry at themagistrate’s court have gone missing. The jury was told that the ballistics report and two warheads which were removed from Sanasie’s body during a post-mortem examination cannot be located.The Prosecution is contending that Stanton, of Princes Street, Lodge, shot and killed Sanasie at point blank range in front of her home on January 12, 2015. She was murdered in the presence of her daughter, who was driving their motorcar.As the elder Sanasie exited her vehicle and was about to open her gate, she reportedly was confronted by a lone gunman, who discharged several rounds at her.The daughter, Ramona Sanasie, told investigators that a “big built” man exited aMurdered businesswoman Patricia Sanasiesilver Toyota Raum, and she saw him twice as he passed and looked at her.Sanasie was reportedly shot to her chest, abdomen and neck, among other areas, and was pronounced dead on arrival at the Georgetown Public Hospital.The matter continues before Justice Reynolds later this week. Sanasie was the former Director of Studies at the Academy of Professional Studies. A year prior to the woman’s death, a similar attempt had been made on her husband’s life. In that instance, she and her brother had been implicated.
An accident in Corentyne, Berbice has left a mother of one dead as family members were returning from the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) Monday morning.Soorajine Surjraj and her daughter Nesa SukhraDead is Soorajine Surjraj, also called “Pammy”, of Lot 13 Grant 1805 Crabwood Creek, Corentyne.Injured are Surjraj’s only child, Nesa Sukhra, 15, and her 70-year-old mother, Khemnie Surjraj. Fifty-two-year-old Surjraj, a gas station pump attendant, along with her daughter and mother, were returning home after taking her sister to the airport to board a flight back to the US.The car was being driven by a family friend, who works as a mechanic, but was moonlighting as a taxi driver. The group left Crabwood Creek on Sunday afternoon about 17:00h. However, the accident occurred at Number 58 Village, Corentyne about 07:30h on Monday. Reports are that the driver of the car, HC 2217, might have fallen asleep at the wheel, which resulted in him losing control of the vehicle and driving into a lorry, GMM 9207, which was parked on the eastern parapet.The parked lorries at Number 58 VillageThe impact sent the lorry forward about two meters, causing it to hit another lorry and moving that lorry about one metre.As a result of the impact, the driver, Avenash Premnaught, 25, also of Crabwood Creek, sustained injuries and was taken to seek medical attention.The impact also caused the dead woman’s mother to suffer a fractured leg and her daughter, minor injuries. The daughter was treated at the Skeldon Hospital and sent away.Kumar Tulsi, who lives in close proximity to the scene of the accident, said he was at home when he heard the impact and rushed to the scene. According to him, by the time he reached the scene, the grandmother and daughter were already out of the car. He said the driver was sitting on the ground and seemed to be in some discomfort.The car the dead woman as traveling in“Me see one auntie and a young girl and she bin ah cry… when I look in the back I see the next auntie lie down, she didn’t moving; like she did done dead already. I hear the driver tell the Policeman that he really can’t say how come this thing happen. Nothing did wrong wid he, but all what I hear he say is he stomach ah pain am and the Police carry him to the hospital,” the 57-year-old villager related.Another villager, Sace Baddel was at a bus shed nearby at the time of the accident. He said he assisted in pulling the dead woman from the car, but she appeared dead.He said after the impact he heard someone shouting for help and he pulled the teen out from the wreckage first, then her grandmother. He said he did not initially see the third passenger.“She get a cut to she head and a cut through she breast,” he related.Meanwhile, the now dead woman’s sister, Savitry Persaud, 65, said the news quickly reached their home.“Is very hard for us, because it is a shocking something,” she related.Surjraj’s father died several years ago following a road accident and two of her siblings have suffered injuries as a result of road accidents.Taxi driver Avenash PremnaughtThe driver of the car is currently assisting the Police with the investigation.In 2016, a man was killed at the same spot when a car swerved from an animal on the road and in an attempt to avoid hitting a parked lorry, struck a villager.Several villagers voiced their concerns over the dangers posed by parked lorries on the road shoulder.At Number 58 Village, a lorry has been parked on the road shoulder for the past five years. It was the scene of a fatal accident in 2015, in which a man, who lived at Number 70 Village, was killed. (Andrew Carmichael)
It was a different looking top line for the Huskies Saturday evening, as the newly assembled forward line of Robbie Sidhu, Blair Karasiuk and Cayle Bell hit the ice as the Huskies’ number one offensive line.The move seemed to pay off, as the first period scoreboard was littered with all three names. The Huskies opened the scoring just 1:18 into the tilt, as Bell scored, with the lone assist going to Sidhu. Roughly eight minutes later at 9:21 of the first, the Huskies’ top line struck again, when Sidhu netted the Huskies’ second goal, with Karasiuk earning the assist.The road team padded their lead even further before the clock struck zero in the first, when Dayne Pederson scored his second of the season, with the assists going to rookies Kyle Leonard and Sean Ryder, their first helpers of the season.- Advertisement -Even with the solid first period for the Huskies, the tides began to turn in favour of the Flyers in the second. The home team got themselves on the scoreboard at 2:29 into the second, then once again at 7:54, with both goals coming off the stick of Flyers forward Craig Fraiser.With the Huskies still leading 3-2, the pups managed to double their lead, courtesy of a goal from the team’s leading point producer, Robbie Sidhu, who scored at the 11:16 marker of the second, producing a 4-2 lead for Fort St. John.However, the back-and-forth tilt continued in the second, as the Flyers scored at the 16:15 marker of the middle period, concluding the second with the Huskies leading 4-3.Advertisement Third periods have not been a friendly twenty minutes for the Huskies the past few months, and Saturday that trend continued, despite opening the scoring in the period. Cayle Bell scored his second of the evening on the power play just 2:08 into the second, with Sidhu earning the lone assist, providing another two-goal lead for Fort St. John, 5-3.Unfortunately, the Huskies third period woes resurfaced Saturday, as the Flyers scored three unanswered goals in final 15 minutes of the third period, as the home team completed the 6-5 come-from-behind victory.Following the tough weekend, the Huskies now sit in seventh in the NWJHL standings, with a record of 4-10-0-1 and nine points. Saturday’s loss was another lost opportunity for the Huskies to progress in the standings, as a win would have tied them with Fairview, rather than put them four points behind the Flyers.The Huskies will have a week to put the disappointing weekend behind them, as they approach their one-game weekend this week, when they play host to the Slave Lake Wolves on Saturday, November 24.Advertisement
0Shares0000Tusker FC’s Jackson Macharia tackles KCCA’s Steven Sserwadda. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 22- With two weeks left before the 2018 season of the Kenyan Premier League kicks off, new Tusker FC head coach Sam Timbe was handed a reality check by Ugandan Premier League champions Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) in a 1-0 friendly loss on Monday afternoon.Steven Serwadda struck the lone goal in the 23rd minute of the tie to hand KCCA the win, a reprieve after they lost 4-2 to Kenyan champions Gor Mahia on Saturday in Nakuru. In the starting 11, Timbe fielded only five players who featured for the club last season with new boys Robert Achema, Eric Ambunya, Justine Omary, Apollo Otieno and Mathew Odongo all starting.Ambunya started out on the left side of defense with Omary partnering Eugene Asike in defense. Achema started off as the second striker while Odongo plied one of the wings.The visitors started on the front foot with Isaac Kirabira asking the first questions, trying to catch keeper Duncan Ochieng off guard with a dipping shot from distance, but the effort went over.Tusker’s first opportunity of the game came in the 19th minute when Boniface Muchiri cut to his favorite right foot from the left wing, but his shot was well collected by KCCA keeper Tom Ikara.KCCA who fielded a weakened side with most of their first team regulars away with the Uganda Cranes in the African nations Championship (CHAN) were enterprising and seemed hungrier with Allan Okello and Serwadda doing most of the work in attack.Tusker FC defender Eugine Asike tussle with KCCA players. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYAThe early pressure paid off in the 23rd minute when Serwadda tapped home from close range after KCCA turned over possession with Okello breaking off on the right before cutting back a cross inside the box.Serwadda almost doubled his and the team’s tally 10 minutes later when he capitalized on a defensive lapse from the brewers but his shot from the edge of the six yard box went agonizingly wide.Timbe was forced into a sub with 15 minutes left on the clock, pulling out Achema who had struggled to click into the team and he brought on another new face, Edwin Lavatsa.The lanky former Gor Mahia forward almost announced himself in style when he glanced in a header from Muchiri’s cross, but the effort went wide.In the second half, Timbe started off by pulling out Timothy Otieno for Mike Khamati while another new boy Peter Nzuki was introduced for Mathew Odongo. These were changes aimed at bettering the attack.However, the second half had few chances in between with Muchiri attempting another effort with a shot from the left after drifting into a good shooting position, but the effort went wide.Tusker FC head coach Sam Timbe issuing instructions to his team during their friendly match against KCCA. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYAKCCA’s teenage prodigy Okello caused some jitters in the 68th minute when he took on a daunting run from the right and drifted into the box, but his eventual shot was blocked for a corner by keeper Duncan Ochieng.Tusker piled pressure in the final minutes of the match, but their efforts to get an equalizer went up in smoke.KCCA will now play AFC Leopards on Wednesday at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos before completing their Kenyan tour with a tie against Sofapaka on Friday at the Narok Stadium.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
An 85-year-old Beverly Hills psychiatrist was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross at the White House on Friday, six decades after he saved the life of a badly wounded mission commander aboard a bomber crippled during a World War II raid. Dr. Bernard Bail had the medal clipped to his chest by Vice President Dick Cheney. “From the day of our founding, the decisive protector of this nation’s freedom has been the character of citizens like you,” Cheney said. “It is a joyous and thrilling and touching occasion for me,” Bail said afterward in a telephone interview with The Associated Press from the French Embassy in Washington, where he was also honored. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant “It is a thrill beyond everything you know, that the country remembers me after 60 years and rectified something they obviously overlooked,” he said. Bail said he doesn’t think about his war experience often, but news of the current Iraq conflict jostles his memory. “If I look at the war, our current struggle, then I think about what it was at that time,” he said. “Different time, different war, different purpose but insofar as you can be hurt or maimed, it’s the same.” Bail went on 22 more combat missions, earning many medals, including the Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters, the Distinguished Flying Cross with two oak leaf clusters, a presidential citation and a Purple Heart. On his final mission, his plane was shot down over Germany and shell fragments wounded him in the skull and neck. He was captured and spent five months as a POW. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
GLENSWILLY NOTESLAST REGISTRATION FOR CUL CAMPThis Friday will see the last registration night for the Cul Camp. Registration takes place between 8.30pm and 10pm. Alternatively parents can book on line at gaa.ie/kellogsculcamps. The camp takes place from July 4th to 8th at the club pitch. Each children will receive a jersey, a training top and grey backpack. Prices are one child – €55, child 2 – €45 and child 3/4/5 – €40. UNDERAGE TEAMS BACK ON MAIN PITCHU6, U8, U10, U11 and U12 training is all back to normally training times at the main pitch again.FIXTURESThe Reserves and Seniors back in action against St Michaels play sunday in Glenswilly at 1.30 and 3pm. U16s play Friday night in Downings Downings v Glenswilly at 7.30pm.GIRLS TRAININGThe U12 girls are back training U12 girls are back on Wednesday evenings at 6.15pm on the training pitch. Training for U14, U16 and U18 girls is on Mondays at the training pitch 6.15 – 7.30pm.TICKETS FOR ULSTER SEMI-FINALOrders for next Saturday’s Ulster semi-final replay must be in by Thursday OK 12 noon deadline. Collection is on Thursday evening 8.30-9pm sharp. Email club secretary on email@example.com with all ticket requests. LOTTOThe winner of last week’s club lotto was Andy Reardon from Enniscorthy (great to have lotto sellers across the country!). Andy matched three numbers. The winning numbers were 6,14,17 and 18. Please support the club lotto each week which is available in most local outlets. Thank you.U14 BOYS DO WELL IN ULSTER FEILEThe U14 boys team traveled to Dungiven on Saturday last to take part in the Ulster Feile. Having topped their group, the lads faced a very strong Convoy side in the semi-final but came up short as the Donegal side went on to win the competition. The lads faced Milford in the quarter final of the championship this week but were beaten by the better side. BEST OF LUCKBest of luck to Michael and the boys in their Ulster semi-final replay against Monaghan this Saturday night.SUMMER CAMP AND GARDA VETTINGIt is essential that all volunteers aged over 16 have received clearance from the National Vetting Bureau. Forms can only be submitted online.Open www.GAA.ieScroll to bottom of page and choose VettingFirst paragraph is titled and reads – E-Vetting in the GAA -Please read the information and guidance below before commencing this process. The online vetting form can be found here.Click on here and it will open the first stage form. This is to be completed and submitted on line.You must also scan and attach some ID. If you are Over 18, you must supply one photo Id and one proof of address. If your are between 16 and 18 you must provide one ID, eg. passport or birth cert. Advertisement If you are aged between 16 and 18 you should also scroll to the 5th paragraph. Highlighted is (NVB Parent/Guardian Consent form). You must print this form and have it completed by your parent/guardian. This will have to be scanned and returned with your ID.Once you have submitted the appropriate forms, your club secretary will be informed and you will receive and email from NVB (National Vetting Bureau). This form will ask for details of your previous addresses etc.There is a lot of information on the GAA website but if you have any difficulty please contact please contact Bernie or Anne Marie McDaid, Childrens Officer.GAA NEWS: LAST CUL CAMP REGISTRATION THIS FRIDAY IN GLENSWILLY was last modified: June 29th, 2016 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:Glenswilly GAA notes
Donegal singer Charlie McGettigan realised he had a serious illness when he couldn’t drink pints anymore.Charlie, who won the Eurovision Song Contest with Rock n Roll Kids in 1994, spoke about his prostate problem.“Thankfully it was a benign prostate problem but ….I suddenly found I wasn’t able to drink pints anymore. “As son as I hit the bed I was up again maybe five or six times a night.”H said he is now fine after having surgery to fix his “plumbing.” PINTS WARNED EUROVISION WINNER CHARLIE HE HAD A PROSTATE PROBLEM was last modified: February 18th, 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:PROSTATESINGER CHALRIE MCGETTIGAN