Seven students who received engineering scholarships from Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL) have arrived in the country from Indonesia.The students were given a warm welcome by officials of GVL Tuesday, April 29, at the company’s main office in Monrovia.Speaking at the occasion, the manager for career and education programs at GVL, Jean Hannah Thompson, said that the students have returned for a short break after going through six months of studies in Indonesia.According to Madam Thompson, the students were given the opportunity last year to undergo advanced training in engineering.“We are pleased to welcome you back to Liberia from your brief period of studies. Since you obtained the opportunity to learn in Indonesia, we have received positive responses on your studies from our partners. We did not make any mistake in selecting the seven of you,” she proudly informed the students.She said while the students are in Liberia, they are expected to visit Grand Kru County to educate other Liberian students on the importance of career education.Responding on behalf of his fellow scholarship beneficiaries, Joseph G. Garwor, said they were gratified for the opportunity created by GVL to acquire skills.“We can assure GVL and the Liberian people that we are serious to acquire knowledge and eventually return home and help our country. We feel we are capable to adequately perform all we have learnt thanks to the level of studiousness we demonstrated while still in training,” he said.He said that with the introduction of oil palm in Liberia, the lives of rural citizens will eventually be improved.“GVL’s investment in the country should be welcomed by every citizen. Considering what have seen in Indonesia, “GVL” truly means business. Oil palm concession has the propensity to create employment for many, thus boosting the economy,” he concluded.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Residents in the village of Monkey Mountain in Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni) will soon benefit from the operation of a lapidary, as construction moves apace.The Region Eight gem lapidary under constructionThe establishment of the lapidary will see jewellery, ornaments and exotic furniture being produced from the semi-precious stones which can be found in abundance on the plains of the North Pakaraimas. Among them, crystals, amethyst, volcanic, jasper and agate gemstones, and once retrieved and processed will produce several unique pieces. The 40’x 20’ facility will boast a workshop, exhibit area, washrooms and a security area.Earlier this year, Minister within the Indigenous People’s Affairs Ministry, Valerie Garrido-Lowe held a meeting with the residents of the community to discuss the location of the facility. The Minister noted that with the establishment of the state-of-the-art facility is part of the administration aim to empower the residents of the community.Some of the semi-precious stones found in the PakaraimasThere is a tourism aspect to the project which will allow visitors to go on excursions in search of the semi-precious stones themselves and observe the process from the moment the semi-precious minerals are collected to completion of the final product.Cooperative Development Officer attached to Social Protection Ministry, Scott Bar-Jones explained that he will play a vital role in monitoring the facility, once it is commissioned. “This initiative will not only generate income for the people of Monkey Mountain but will provide an opportunity for the youths within this community,” Bar-Jones said.Denni Abraham, a resident told the Department of Public Information (DPI) that the establishment of the lapidary, “will do a lot of good for the young people of Monkey Mountain… I know that they are excited.”Another resident, Andrea Stanislaus, said: “I am happy to know that we have the lab going being built and I know that it will be helpful for us, my children and grands, also and so I am thankful for it.”Kato, Kurukubaru, Maikwak and Tuseneng are the four other villages set to benefit since semi-precious stones can also be found in these communities.
2010 was a productive year for the B.C. natural gas industry and has been aiding the province’s economic recovery.That’s the message from Province’s Energy Ministry. The Province reports that drilling increased by 10.3 per cent over the past year, which now means the province accounts for 14 per cent of all Canadian natural gas wells drilled. The percentage of wells in the province in comparison to the rest of the country has nearly doubled since 2000.The Province is also reporting more than 30 per cent of the country’s natural gas reserves. The Province is expected to earn 1.38 billion over the 2010-11 fiscal year, with approximately 1.14 trillion cubic feet of natural gas being produced from the industry.- Advertisement -Despite the global decline in gas prices, the Province says that markets in Asia are expected to increase their natural gas consumption. It also says that the industry invested $5.2 billion in capital in the province in 2009 and it is expecting an even higher figure for this past year.
1 Sergio Aguero is not taking any shortcuts as he bids to prove his fitness for Manchester City’s clash with champions Chelsea on Sunday.City’s star striker played only the final 27 minutes of Monday’s season-opening 3-0 Barclays Premier League win at West Brom on Monday.As he did last year, manager Manuel Pellegrini is easing the 27-year-old back into action after international duty during the summer.Aguero was a substitute for the first two matches last season but went on to score 32 goals in 41 appearances.The Argentina forward told the club’s website, www.mcfc.co.uk: “Whether I start or not remains to be seen. I’m trying to get there and be in top condition, but arriving for pre-season later having taken part in the Copa America with Argentina means I need some additional time.“With the whole season in mind, what matters the most is that I get in top form and don’t take any risks.” Sergio Aguero
1 Bolton manager Neil Lennon Neil Lennon has been charged by the Football Association for misconduct in relation to comments made to the media following Bolton’s 4-3 Championship defeat on Saturday at QPR.The under-pressure Bolton manager called referee Darren Drysdale an “absolute disgrace”, adding: “I’ve never seen a more biased performance from a referee in a long time.“He gave QPR everything he possibly could, I was so frustrated with that.”The FA allege that Lennon’s remarks “constitute improper conduct in that they allege and/or imply bias on the part of the match official, and/or bring the game into disrepute, in contravention of Rule E3(1)”.He has until 6pm on Thursday to respond to the charge.QPR eventually defeated Bolton when Jay Emmanuel-Thomas scored their fourth goal in the fourth minute of injury time, leaving Lennon’s team 22nd in the Championship after 10 games.
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Transfer rumours and paper review Arsene Wenger could consider leaving the club earlier than he wanted, with the French boss being shaken by growing unrest from Gunners fans. Wenger’s current contract runs until the end of next season. (Daily Mail)However, further reports claim the boss has still got the full backing of the Arsenal board and they will get to decide when the time is right for him to leave. (Daily Mirror)Real Madrid could offer £70million-rated Colombian star James Rodriguez to Chelsea in a sensational swap deal to sign Eden Hazard. (The Sun)Chelsea striker Diego Costa is considering his future at the club after his red card in the FA Cup defeeat at Everton – his first in English football. The Spaniard is reportedly frustrated by life in west London and his dismissal at Goodison Park could tempt him to turn his back on the Blues. (Daily Star)Yaya Toure wants to stay in the Premier League even if he is sold by Manchester City at the end of the season. (Daily Mirror)Manchester United are one of five clubs monitoring 18-year-old Rennes starlet Ousmane Dembele. The Red Devils face competition from Europe’s top sides to land the £27m-rated striker, who has netted nine times this season. (Daily Mail)Italy boss Antonio Conte could be given the all-clear to take over at Chelsea in the summer. The Italian FA will hold a board meeting this week to discuss a potential exit for Conte after Euro 2016. (Daily Mail)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…??Arsenal news: Fans have gone ‘too far’ with criticism, Gunners legend Patrick Vieira tells talkSPORT 2‘Give Eddie Howe the Chelsea job!’ – Danny Murphy believes Bournemouth boss would be perfect for BluesBarcelona move to beat Arsenal, Leicester and Manchester United to Ligue 1 sensation Ousmane DembeleTransfer report: Leicester facing battle to keep N’Golo Kante as Real Madrid plot move for midfield sensationTransfer report: Liverpool and Roma set for summer battle over Udinese star Piotr ZielinskiLiverpool transfer report: Napoli lining up shock raid on Reds for Daniel Sturridge 1
Killybegs GAA NotesKeep up to date with your GAA Club. Download the Team App and join CLG Na Cealla Beaga. Thanks to those who have joined to date!There was no jackpot winner of this weeks killotto. The numbers were 12, 14, 16, 17. Next weeks jackpot is €2250 and match 3 is €120. The bingo jackpot was not won this week. Next weeks jackpot is €2550.Donegal GAA are holding their Annual Golf Classic in Lisheen Springs Golf Club, Dublin on Saturday 30/08/2014.All proceeds from the Golf Classic go towards the Donegal Training Fund in support of our Minor & Senior Football Teams who take part in the All Ireland Semi Finals on Sunday 31st August.Teams of 4 pro€450.Light refreshments served prior to playing. Dinner & Prizegiving in the Harcourt Hotel afterwards. For Bookings contact Pauric McMenamin on 086-2430900 or Cieran Kelly on 087-2450505. As you know there is a fantastic fundraiser taking place in Fintra this Saturday 23rd August – Splash Dash – in aid of the Donegal Hospice in memory of Anna Ward.This fundraiser is in association with CLG Na Cealla Beaga, therefore we are asking our members to support this event.Deirdre Ward and Kevin Martin are looking for volunteers for:•Helpers at various obstacles•Putting up flags and bunting around the club house prior to the event •Donations of home baking/sandwiches/snacks etc.They are eager to assign names to the above to ensure they have enough volunteers on the day.If you are available to do any of the above please contact me as soon as possible. Alternatively contact Deirdre or Kevin directly.Deirdre 0877784729 Kevin 0879504985The seniors won their home game against fanad on Sunday. No game fixed for this weekend.The u13 boys had a great win over Aodh Rua on Saturday! Well done to all involved!Wednesday- u-13 are away to naomh mhuire at 6.30pmMinor championship result Ardara 3-09 Killybegs 2-07Our U12 girls had a great day at the development blitz in Letterkenny. They were beat in the final by Mac Cumhaills. All the girls played very well. Thanks to Kevin and Searlait the management team!GAA NEWS: CLG NA CEALLA BEAGA LAUNCH NEW CLUB APP was last modified: August 19th, 2014 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:GAAKillybegsNoticesSport
Phil Foden looks on in awe at Reiss Nelson Reiss Nelson for u21s tonight been class 😍— Glade (@OllieGlade97) October 11, 2018 latest However, Nelson was relentless and left opponents and pundits alike absolutely flabbergasted with his ability.Playing in an inside left position, the Arsenal youngster carved open the beleaguered Andorrans time and time again.And in added time, the 18-year-old capped a fine individual performance by delicately flicking the ball past the onrushing goalkeeper in a 7-0 win.This season, he is currently on loan at Hoffenheim after expressing a desire to further his game under progressive coach Julian Nagelsmann. Reiss Nelson may have only played for 20 minutes in England’s Under-21 win against Andorra, but he certainly captured the imagination of Arsenal fans.With Aidy Boothroyd’s young troops already 5-0 up in a game which saw them seal a spot at Euro 2019, the winger would have been forgiven for showing some mercy from the bench. tense Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Need Reiss Nelson back and playing for Arsenal next season.— Kunal Bhatia (@KaybeeGooner) October 12, 2018 No need to sign a wide player as Reiss Nelson is progressing well and back next season. A top commanding centre half is still a priority.— Shabs (@Redbutdred) October 12, 2018 Really looking forward to Reiss Nelson coming back to Arsenal next year as the best winger in Europe.— mo (@mopeyAFC) October 12, 2018 The on-loan Hoffenheim winger scored a fantastic goal in the 7-0 rout Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Most Popular Football Stories The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 2 BEST OF revealed Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions I know it’s only Andorra U21 but this Reiss Nelson looks some player— Mick Johnson (@kaznyemh) October 11, 2018 But that has not stopped Gunners fans from begging the superstar to return to the Emirates and solve their problems on the wings.Check out the best reaction below from Arsenal and England fans on Twitter. scrap 2 We don’t really need to spend money on a new winger. I think Reiss Nelson could easily solve our winger problem.— JOEL (@_JOELAFC) October 12, 2018 LATEST Reiss Nelson has a massive future ahead of him— Josh steele (@Jsteele14) October 11, 2018 Reiss Nelson’s loan spell with Hoffenheim filling him with such confidence already. Great to see him contributing on a regular basis and that goal for the U21s last night was just ridiculous. Early days yet but he could be a great asset for Arsenal next season and beyond.— Matt Dawson (@mattddawson) October 12, 2018 gameday cracker Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Reiss Nelson is a baller— darren (@darrencIark) October 11, 2018
Waste operator Jim Ferry has been told by a High Court judge that he will be sent to jail if he does not clean up his illegal waste facility at Rossbracken, Letterkenny.Ferry was “a disgrace to the people of Donegal”, Mr Justice Max Barrett told him during a hitherto unreported sitting of the court on July 28th.The Irish Times today report how the hearing was sparked by a Donegal County Council application for an order of attachment and committal against Ferry. In plain English, the council wanted him imprisoned for contempt, because of his failure to adhere to a High Court order granted last April.The day after being told he would be jailed, a fire broke out inside a shed at the illegal facility. It was the latest in the chain of extraordinary events attending the latter-day life and times of Ferry’s Donegal waste enterprises.To see today’s full article see https://www.irishtimes.com/news/environment/a-most-revolting-case-of-illegal-waste-in-co-donegal-1.3175935?mode=ampWaste operator Ferry told he is “a disgrace to the people of Donegal” was last modified: August 5th, 2017 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:donegaljim ferryRossbrackenwaste collector