Drainage and irrigation should be given priority in Region 2 – Chairman

first_img– D&I workers request more fundingBY INDRAWATTIE NATRAMRegion Two (Pomeroon/Supenaam) Chairman, Devanand Ramdatt has said that drainage and irrigation should be given top priority as the rainy season is closely approaching.D&I workers at the meetingAt a recent meeting organised with the Drainage and Irrigation contractors, the Regional Vice Chairperson, RDC Councillors and staff from the Regional Administration, Ramdatt highlighted the need for the enhancement of the drainage system along the coast.At the meeting held at the Regional State House, Ramdatt said the meeting was specially convened to examine ways in which systems can be implemented to enhance drainage and irrigation, all in the interest of farmers and residents as the rainy season approaches.Key matters discussed included adherence to contract specifications, monitoring and verification of works completed, need for a review of price offered to the contractors, outstanding payments, disposal of garbage and carcasses in waterways, and illegal occupation of reserves.At the meeting D&I cleaners expressed satisfaction that an opportunity was provided to them to raise issues affecting them, since such a meeting was not held for a long time.They requested more money be given to clean the trenches as the current payments are meagre and insufficient for them to maintain their families. Currently they are paid $35 per rod and they explained that such payments sometimes take forever to process. The D&I cleaners are therefore requesting an additional $20 per rod.“If we are given $60 per rod to clean the trench that will help us support our families, we will be able to do more and live longer” a D&I cleaner lobbied.After listening to the D&I cleaners’ request, Ramdatt maintained that stakeholders’ participation is needed for the region’s progress, alluding to the fact that D&I workers are one such stakeholder and every approach must be taken to support rice farmers.The Drainage and Irrigation staff were advised to have closer monitoring and reporting systems so that timely interventions can be made in addressing complaints.Staff were also encouraged by the Regional Chairman to engage farmers and residents in discussions during field visits so that public confidence can be achieved and plans can be developed to address the needs of the people.At the end of the meeting those who attended agreed they were satisfied since such meetings were not held in a while and they think their views should be aired when issues are affecting them.last_img read more

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WATCH: Man United legend Ryan Giggs’ classic FA Cup goal against Arsenal

first_imgIt was on this day 25 years ago that Ryan Giggs made his Manchester United debut.The Welshman went on to enjoy many incredible moments in a United shirt before hanging up his boots in 2014, but his career will always be defined by that stunning FA Cup strike against Arsenal in the semi-finals of the 1999 competition.Relive the amazing goal – and the even better celebrations – in the video above.last_img

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EFL ask Huddersfield to explain 10 changes made ahead of loss to Birmingham

first_img David Wagner The EFL has asked Huddersfield to explain their team selection after manager David Wagner made 10 changes ahead of Saturday’s 2-0 loss to Birmingham.The Blues secured only their third win in 24 league games despite being reduced to 10 men after 23 minutes, with Jonathan Grounds’ goal and a Craig Gardner penalty enough to beat the play-off bound Terriers.The win kept Birmingham out of the relegation zone but angered their fellow strugglers as Huddersfield fielded a much-weakened side.An EFL statement on Tuesday read: “We have today written to Huddersfield Town to request their observations in relation to team selection during their recent Sky Bet Championship match with Birmingham City.“As per our regulations, the EFL Executive will refer the matter to the board if it is deemed appropriate to do so.“It should be noted, however, that the result of Saturday’s game will stand in all circumstances and any potential action would be taken against Huddersfield Town directly.”Huddersfield cannot finish lower than fifth in the table, although victory on Saturday would have kept them on course for third. The defeat left them below Reading and Sheffield Wednesday as the play-off field takes shape. Wagner said after the match that the selection was in line with his rotation policy.“At Wolves I made five changes and everyone knows my rotation policy is part of my idea in a busy Championship,” he said.“Changes were necessary with our thoughts to the play-offs as no one knows what will happen over the next month.“It is unfair talking about my starting XI because I wanted fresh players.“At the moment we are not getting consistent results but we have been able to stay in the top six and progress to the play-offs for the first time in 45 years.”Birmingham’s win put them two points clear of 22nd-placed Blackburn, with the relegation fight going to the final day of the season. 1last_img read more

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DDTV: VIDEO PREVIEW OF THE DONEGAL SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINALS

first_imgDDTV: THE quarter finals of the Donegal senior football championship are on the weekend of 14th/15th September. In this video jacksonsmediatv  preview the four ties, between Kilcar v Glenswilly, Ardara v Gaoth Dobhair, Malin v St Eunan’s, and Killybegs v McCumhaills.Click Play to watch DDTV: VIDEO PREVIEW OF THE DONEGAL SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINALS was last modified: August 27th, 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:and Killybegs v McCumhaills.Ardara v Gaoth DobhairKilcar v GlenswillyMalin v St Eunanslast_img read more

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HSE to host information fair for Asperger’s Syndrome

first_imgAn Information Fair for people with Asperger’s Syndrome, and their parents/carers regarding supports to access third level education, training or moving into employment will be held shortly.The fair take place on:Date: Wednesday 12th October 2016Time: 11.00 a.m to 1.00 p.m.Venue: The Radisson Hotel Letterkenny Over the past few years, following on from the need having been identified for more information on supports available to people who are on the Autism Spectrum with an interest in pursuing post second level education, an event was held here in Letterkenny.This year, again, the HSE Social Inclusion Office, together with Moville Family Resource Centre and the HSE Autism Services, will hold an information session a range of information stands and personnel will be on hand from the following organisations;National Learning NetworkAdvocates for Personal PotentialNorthwest Regional College (Derry, Limavady & Strabane)Education & Training Board, encompassing a range of services Occupational GuidanceCreate a Link/WorklinkSupported EmploymentDonegal Youth ServiceAnd more….. This is an ideal opportunity for this group of people to come along and get the appropriate information they need.For further information please contact the HSE Social Inclusion Office at St Conal’s Letterkenny Tel 074 9104427.HSE to host information fair for Asperger’s Syndrome was last modified: September 28th, 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)last_img read more

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Drive to create a million jobs

first_imgBuilding skills will be taught to thosetaking part in the EPWP. The environment stands to benefitFrom the different environmental projects. Construction projects will use trainedlocals as part of the public worksprogramme.Khanyi MagubaneIn his state of the nation address in 2003, President Thabo Mbeki announced that government would be launching an ambitious five-year campaign in 2004 to alleviate poverty and unemployment in South Africa. This took the form of the Extended Public Works Programme (EPWP) – an inter-departmental project focusing on skills development.The programme consists of short-to-medium term measures to curb poverty and unemployment. From 2004 to 2007, 950 000 jobs were created and government projects that by 2009 it will have generated 1.3-million jobs.Government spokesperson Themba Maseko says the progress of the first five years, regarded as the first phase of the EPWP, has been well received by government and future plans for expansion are already in progress. “The strategic review of the first phase and proposal for the second phase of the EPWP was considered and approved by Cabinet,” he said.The EPWP is one of government’s initiatives to ensure that the large number of unskilled and jobless South Africans are drawn into the employed sector to benefit fully from economic development. The countrywide scheme targets the areas of infrastructure, environmental, social, and economic development.Infrastructure boonThis involves recruiting and training the unemployed to become involved in labour-intensive projects such as upgrading rural and municipal roads, pipelines and storm-water drains. Local community members living near in such developments are employed by contractors to carry out the work.As part of the project, about 500 contractors have already received government training through the Construction Education and Training Authority, ensuring they have the necessary skills to build the infrastructure.About 37 000km of roads, 31 000km of pipelines, 1 500km of storm water drains and 150km of urban pavements are to be constructed as part of the programme. About 750 000 unemployed local community members will participate in projects. All those employed to work on these projects will receive training funded by the Department of Labour.Environmental sectorThe environmental component of the EPWP includes the Working for Water scheme, which creates employment opportunities in the public environmental sector. It also involves employing people to work on conservation projects such as the Department of Agriculture’s Land Care programme; the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism’s People and Parks, Coastal Care, Sustainable Land-based Livelihoods, Cleaning up SA, and Growing a Tourism Economy programmes.It also includes the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry’s Working for Water, Working for Wetlands, and Working on Fire programmes.This programme will result in 40 rehabilitated wetlands, 20 fire protection associations, the cleaning of 700km of coastline, 10 000ha of rehabilitated land, 32 waste management programmes and 150 historical and community tourism projects. It’s expected that this sector will have created employment for about 200 000 people by the end of 2009.Social aspectThis sector creates work opportunities for individuals through community-based health and social welfare programmes. These include home-based healthcare for those with HIV/Aids, as well as an early childhood development initiative. The departments of health, social development and education facilitate these programmes. The home-based care programme has been devised as a cost-effective substitute for a significant portion of HIV/Aids-related hospital care.The EPWP plays a critical role in the government’s bid to deliver holistic HIV/Aids and tuberculosis related services. Early childhood development is the process by which children from birth to nine years old are nurtured in appropriate environments so they grow and thrive physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, morally and socially. The aim of the programme is to skill 19 800 practitioners over five years to care for vulnerable children.Economic sectorThe Department of Trade and Industry has been tasked with coordinating this sector and help people gain skills in small business development. In a bid to help those involved become economically sustainable, Cabinet has approved about 3 000 learnerships for the five-year period.The learnerships involve teaching young entrepreneurs the basics of running a business and how to grow a viable venture. It is assumed that each of these entrepreneurs will employ an extra three people, brining the total number of learnership beneficiaries to 9 000.Useful linksDepartment of Public WorksExtended Public Works ProgrammeDepartment of Trade and IndustryDo you have any queries or comments about this article? Email Khanyi Magubane at khanyim@mediaclubsouthafrica.comlast_img read more

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National sheep sales in Ohio this month

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Six leading breeds of sheep have chosen the state of Ohio to host their 2016 National Sales.Shropshires and Natural Colored sheep will be offered for sale during the Big Ohio Sale Weekend, Thursday through Saturday, May 12, 13 and 14 at the Preble County Fairgrounds in Eaton.The three-day event will have approximately 750 head of sheep for sale representing 14 different breeds. In addition to Shropshires and Natural Colored sheep, Cheviots, Corriedales, Dorpers, Hampshires, Montadales, Oxfords, Southdowns, Suffolks and Wether Sires and Dams will be sold. Plus, for the first time, Dorsets, Columbias and Katahdins are added to the sale.Most breeds offered special futurity nominated ewe lambs and yearlings in their classes for sale. The timing of the event was before every National, 4-H, FFA and Junior Show ownership deadlines.Border Leicesters, Lincolns, Merinos and Tunis are holding their National Sales in conjunction with the Great Lakes Sale held Saturday and Sunday, May 28 and 29 at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster. The Great Lakes Sheep and Wool Festival, also held that weekend on the fairgrounds, is an excellent backdrop for those four breeds, plus seventeen other breeds of sheep that sell in Wooster. The Eastern Regional Rambouillet and Romney Specialty Sales will also be held that weekend, as well as strong offerings of Cheviots, Columbias, Polled Dorsets, Horned Dorsets, Finnsheep, Hampshires, Montadales, Natural Coloreds, Oxfords, Shropshires, Southdowns, Suffolks and wether sires and dams. Nearly 350 head will be sold at Wooster, along with new and used equipment, fleeces and crafts.“Enthusiasm for purebred sheep is high and the state of Ohio sits midway between East Coast and western Corn Belt breeders who represent the biggest numbers of purebred breeders in the nation,” said Greg Deakin, Sale Manager for both events. “To have the trust of the leadership of six different breeds pick Ohio for their National Sales gives potential buyers confidence to attend the sales and be offered some of the finest genetics in their breed. It also says a lot for the Ohio Sheep Industry.”Deakin also complimented both the Preble County and Wayne County Fairgrounds for being very accommodating and functional for each event. The fairgrounds managers, James Mays, Eaton, and Don Reichert, Wooster, and their work crews understand the magnitude of the weekends and do everything they can while hosting these national events. Last year’s sales attracted over 1,100 buyers from thirty-eight different states and Canada.For more information about these sales, contact Banner Sale Management Service at 309/785-5058, P.O. Box 500, Cuba, IL 61427 or visit their website at www.bannersheepmagazine.com for the complete sale listings.last_img read more

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IRCTC hotels contract case: CBI files charge sheet against Lalu Prasad, others

first_imgThe CBI on Monday filed a charge sheet against former Railway Minister Lalu Prasad and others in connection with a railway-IRCTC hotels’ maintenance contract case.About a week ago, the CBI recorded a statement of the former Bihar Chief Minister and Prasad’s wife, Rabri Devi, in Patna. She is also an accused in the case along with their son Tejaswi.The CBI registered the case last year, alleging that the maintenance contracts for two IRCTC hotels in Ranchi and Puri were awarded to the Patna-based Sujata Hotels by tweaking the conditions. Prasad was the Railway Minister then.Those named as accused include Sujata Hotels’ directors Vijay and Vinay Kochhar, Delight Marketing and others.Also Read Lalu Prasad family and CBI searches: all you need to know  The CBI has alleged that the contracts were awarded in lieu of about three acre commercial property in Patna. The property was first sold to “front company” Delight Marketing, which was later taken over by Prasad’s family members.14 in charge sheetIn all, 14 people have been arraigned in the charge sheet, including eight named in the FIR. They include Prasad, Ms. Devi and Mr, Tejaswi, close confidant Prem Chand Gupta, his wife Sarla Gupta, Sujata Hotels, its owners Vinay and Vijay Kochhar, LARA projects, then Managing Director P.K. Goel, then Director Rakesh Saxena and then Group General Manager B.K. Agarwal of IRCTC. Mr. Agarwal is currently additional member, Railway Board.Then IRCTC GGMs R.K. Gogia (company secretary) and V. K. Asthana have also been named as accused.It is alleged that in February 2005, the Kochhars sold the land to Delight Marketing and the same day the Railway Board informed the IRCTC that railway hotels were being transferred to it.Subsequently, maintenance contracts of the two hotels were given to Sujata Hotels, it is alleged.After Prasad’s family members took over the company between 2010-14, it was renamed as LARA Projects and then it was converted into a Limited Liability Partnership firm.The property’s circle rate was ₹.32 crore, while its market value was ₹.94 crore, the CBI had said.Based on the CBI case, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) also launched a money laundering probe and attached the three acre land. It also recorded Ms. Devi’s statement under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.last_img read more

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Treatment Gives Dwarf Mice a Growth Spurt

first_imgIt may sound counterintuitive, but the most common type of human dwarfism results when cells in a child’s bones are overstimulated by growth factors. A mouse study, however, suggests that injecting such children with a molecular decoy that sponges up these factors could treat the condition.People with the form of dwarfism called achondroplasia rarely stand more than 1.5 meters tall. The mutation responsible for the condition ends up stunting the growth of the long bones in the arms and legs, bowing the vertebral column, and often constricting the passage through which the spinal cord runs. Along with short stature, the condition can cause difficulty walking; fluid buildup around the brain; and apnea, or the temporary inability to breathe. Although researchers haven’t identified a treatment for achondroplasia, they have uncovered the molecular flaw that triggers it. As a typical child’s bones elongate, cartilage cells called chondrocytes mature and then die, allowing hard, bony material to supplant them. In children with achondroplasia, a genetic flaw causes a receptor on the surface of these chondrocytes to be hyperactive. When stimulated by molecules called fibroblast growth factors, this receptor, known as FGFR3, prevents the cells from maturing and impedes bone formation.To calm this overzealous receptor, molecular biologist Elvire Gouze of INSERM in Nice, France, and colleagues resorted to deception. They repeatedly injected a solution of FGFR3 into mice that had a growth-hindering condition equivalent to achondroplasia. The researchers hypothesized that these free-floating copies of the receptor would serve as decoys, capturing fibroblast growth factor molecules and reducing stimulation of the cartilage cells’ receptors. That’s what appeared to happen. The treatment restored normal growth in the mice and forestalled skeletal defects characteristic of achondroplasia, the researchers report online today in Science Translational Medicine. Injections of the decoy cut the percentage of mice that showed abnormal curvature of the spine from 80% to as little as 6%, depending on the dose. 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The team plans further studies on mice to confirm the approach’s safety and to nail down the optimal schedule for doses, she says.“I think it’s a really exciting paper,” says clinical geneticist William Horton of the Shriners Hospital for Children in Portland, Oregon. “It clearly shows that if you give this agent, the bones grow.” Medical geneticist Jacqueline Hecht of the University of Texas Medical School at Houston concurs. Growth in a bone occurs in a region called the growth plate, and Hecht says the study suggests that the injected FGFR3 “restores the growth plate and increases bone growth. You really can’t ask for more.”Decoy FGFR3 is among four molecules that have recently shown promise for sparking bone growth; a tweaked version of one molecule, C-natriuretic peptide (CNP), has already gone through human safety trials. But Hecht notes that although CNP breaks down within minutes in the body, decoy FGFR3 lasts for hours and produces normal growth in the mice with just twice-weekly injections. The new treatment “is the best by far” of these approaches, she says. What researchers should do now, Horton says, is test all four molecules in mice to determine which one causes the fewest side effects and provides the best results. “At some point there needs to be a direct comparison,” he says.last_img read more

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Ex-NBA player Rasual Butler, wife die in Los Angeles crash

first_imgSlow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises Coroner’s Assistant Chief Ed Winter said the 38-year-old Butler and 31-year-old Leah LaBelle Vladowski were pronounced dead at the scene. Autopsies are pending, as of this posting.Butler was drafted in 2002 by the Miami Heat and played for a total of eight NBA teams including the Los Angeles Clippers, Chicago Bulls, and San Antonio Spurs.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutButler’s wife was an R&B singer signed to Epic Records. She placed 12th on the third season of “American Idol” in 2004.            /kga 2 dead in California school attack; gunman shoots self PLAY LIST 03:122 dead in California school attack; gunman shoots self01:48NBA: Kawhi, George seek more for Clippers than beating Lakers00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments LATEST STORIES Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH MOST READ Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Read Next In this July 19, 2015 photo, NBA player Rasual Butler (left) and singer Leah LaBelle (right) attend The Players’ Awards presented by BET at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images for BET/AFP)LOS ANGELES — Former NBA forward Rasual Butler and his wife were killed in a single-vehicle rollover crash in Los Angeles.The crash happened around 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday in the Studio City area and left a swath of damage along a major thoroughfare.ADVERTISEMENT Alaska whips Phoenix fivelast_img read more

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