Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews Roseau Paint-A-Thon adds colour to five more houses in the City by: – June 7, 2012 Share Tweet Share Prep work at 21 Cork Street. Photo credit: Discover Dominica Authority Image Library.(Roseau, Dominica – June 7, 2012) On June 2 and 3, 2012, volunteer teams from Discover Dominica Authority, National Bank of Dominica Ltd, Josephine Gabriel & Co Ltd, and Ministry of Tourism & Legal Affairs alongside qualified painters came out to paint five houses in the city of Roseau as part of the 2nd Roseau Paint-A-Thon.The Roseau Paint-A-Thon is an initiative by Discover Dominica Authority (DDA) presented in 2012 in partnership with National Bank of Dominica Ltd, Josephine Gabriel & Co Ltd, and Harris Paints Dominica Ltd. Exterior painting services of selected houses were done at no cost to the owners. The activity, which aims at beautifying buildings in the city of Roseau with historic and architectural appeal, was part of annual Tourism Awareness Month activities. Work in progress at 48 & 50 Hillsborough Street. Photo credit: Discover Dominica Authority Image Library.The houses were chosen by DDA staff and their readiness reviewed by painter & contractor, Mr. Germain ‘Stevie’ Ettienne.Mrs. Elise Agar of SHAPE (Society of Heritage Preservation and Enhancement) also assisted DDA in choosing paint colours that would add to the aesthetics of the neighbourhoods. The painted houses are located on Cork Street and Hillsborough Street.Tourism Awareness Month is celebrated annually in May under the banner: Tourism Is Everybody’s Business, Let’s Play Our Part, by Discover Dominica Authority, Dominica Hotel & Tourism Association, Ministry of Tourism and tourism stakeholders and partners.Applying the finishing touches. Photo credit:Discover Dominica Authority Image Library”. The various activities of the month aim not only at celebrating tourism, but informing and educating the Dominican population about our tourism product and the importance of each person in the industry.Themed around collaboration the success of Tourism Awareness Month depends on the private and public partnerships, both within and outside Tourism.Press Release 23 Views no discussions
The Foxes pulled off a surprise transfer coup this week in attracting former Argentina international Cambiasso to the King Power Stadium. Manager Nigel Pearson is confident the big-name signing will not upset the team harmony he has worked hard to nurture during his time at the club. “Certainly if somebody comes with the wealth of experience he has, I will probably – if I’ve an open enough mind – continue to learn from people like him. “I don’t see that as being anything other than positive. Managers learn as much from players, as players do from managers and coaches. “I’ve always had that sort of view, and hopefully I’ll continue to learn from my players as well.” Aside from the prospect of Cambiasso making his debut, Pearson has midfielders Marc Albrighton and Danny Drinkwater and striker Jamie Vardy available again following injuries, but midfielder Matty James (shin) and defender Matthew Upson (foot) are definitely out. Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey returns from suspension. Midfielder Mikel Arteta continues to be sidelined with an ankle problem and s triker Olivier Giroud (tibia), full-back Kieran Gibbs (hamstring) and winger Theo Walcott (knee) are also in the treatment room. Boss Arsene Wenger recalls his visit to the Foxes in 1997 early in his Gunners reign when Dennis Bergkamp scored a hat-trick in a remarkable 3-3 draw. “I remember the first sensational goal with Dennis Bergkamp. Many times I have said that that goal is one of the greatest goals I’ve seen in my career,” Wenger said. “It was also my first experience with Ian Wright – he didn’t understand why I took him off. “I wanted to spare him some minutes at the end of the game, but Wright was always keen to play.” Cambiasso has made clear, even at the age of 34 and after winning numerous trophies during his previous 10 years with Inter Milan prior to his release this summer, he is eager to make history with City. But, as has been witnessed at numerous clubs in the past, such a stellar acquisition can often have an unsettling effect on those around them. Pearson, however, has no doubt about the type of player and character Cambiasso is, especially after seeing how well he was received by his new team-mates on Friday. “He’s been welcomed into the group, as you would expect him to be,” Pearson said of the 52-times capped international. “The players have been quite excited about the prospect of having somebody of that stature in the game being alongside them. “But Esteban will view himself as one of the players, one of the squad, which is a very positive thing.” Pearson also believes Cambiasso will be able to teach him a trick or two given the player’s “world-wide experience”. “I, like anybody, have a capacity to keep learning,” Pearson added. Esteban Cambiasso could make his Leicester debut against Arsenal if he receives international clearance in time. Press Association
Jusuf Nurkić debuted officially for the Denver Nuggets. It was great, exactly like we expected it would be. When a debutant in the world best basket league gets 13 minutes in the first match and scores 5 points, catches 7 balls and above all of it becomes the best player from the bench – than it’s really a great start.But we all knew Juka is going to make it. His rapid success in becoming an NBA star is really a great motive to write a beautiful sports story.Juka is a bright example of a wonderful start with many promising year ahead of him. This, as the commentators called him, “good-natured Bosnian giant” is a proof everything can be achieved.(Source: Radio Sarajevo)
Gov. Ron DeSantis will unveil Florida’s action plan on how the state plans to combat the coronavirus this morning 10 a.m. in Tallahassee.Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez, State Surgeon General Dr. Scott Rivkees and Deputy Secretary for Health Dr. Shamarial Roberson will also be at the news conference.Health leaders say there are no documented cases of coronavirus in Palm Beach County or the state of Florida.The School District of Palm Beach County says it’s being proactive and following recommendations and guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to prepare for potential cases of the virus.“The Palm Beach County School District has a robust, long-standing professional relationship with the FDOH and will work in close collaboration with all public health officials and governmental agencies throughout the state to provide guidance, promote awareness, and initiate response actions as needed,” said Donald Fennoy, Superintendent of the School District of Palm Beach County.FAU expanded the suspension of university-related travel to certain countries. First, China, based on the U.S. State Department’s Level 4 travel restrictions which say do not travel to China. Now, South Korea is added to the list, based on the government’s Level 3 Travel Warning to that country.DIsney is also monitoring cast members who recently traveled to Italy.The viral outbreak began in China and infected more than 82,000 around the world.Here are the latest figures from the Associated Press on the number of people affected, as reported by each country’s health authority:— Mainland China: 2,744 deaths among 78,497 cases, mostly in the central province of Hubei— Hong Kong: 81 cases, 2 deaths— Macao: 10 cases— South Korea: 1,766 cases, 13 deaths— Japan: 895 cases, including 705 from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, 8 deaths— Italy: 447 cases, 12 deaths— Iran: 141 cases, 22 deaths— Singapore: 93— United States: 60— Kuwait: 43— Thailand: 40— Bahrain: 33— Taiwan: 32 cases, 1 death— Australia: 23— Malaysia: 22— Germany: 21— France: 17 cases, 2 deaths— Vietnam: 16— United Kingdom: 15— United Arab Emirates: 13— Spain: 12— Canada: 12— Iraq: 6— Russia: 5— Oman: 4— Philippines: 3 cases, 1 death— India: 3— Croatia: 3— Israel: 2— Pakistan: 2— Finland: 2— Austria: 2— Lebanon: 2— Egypt: 1— Algeria: 1— Afghanistan: 1— Greece: 1— North Macedonia: 1— Georgia: 1— Estonia: 1— Belgium: 1— Romania: 1— Nepal: 1— Sri Lanka: 1— Cambodia: 1— Sweden: 2— Norway: 1— Denmark: 1— Switzerland: 1— Brazil 1The CDC has a lot of information about the facts and myths of coronavirus. Visit the CDC’s website to learn more.
25 Jul 2016 Rosanna, 12, is England’s Ômost improved’ girl golfer Twelve-year-old Rosanna Halls claimed the title of England’s most improved girl golfer after she sped away to a five-shot win in the Abraham Trophy final. Rosanna, from Gaudet Luce in Worcestershire (image © Leaderboard Photography), shot eight-under net 64 on the Signature course at The Nottinghamshire Golf and Country Club. Her gross score was 79 – and it was the first time she had broken 80 in competition. Her closest rivals were three girls who tied with net scores of three-under 69: Georgia Ann Pritchard (Beau Desert), Jess Baker (Gosforth Park Ladies) and Lexi Dart (Churston). They were among 20 girls who contested the final, having qualified on the basis of handicap reduction. Rosanna, who held a 36 handicap last year, is now playing off 15 – and will be having another hefty cut after today’s round. “I’m really, really pleased with my score,” she said. “It’s just been a pleasure to be here today.” Her father, Richard, introduced her to golf about four years ago and she now boasts a lower handicap than him – and she loves the game. “I think it’s an amazing sport, you meet new people and the courses you get to play are fantastic. It’s a lovely sport to play,” she said. Click here for the full scores Image © Leaderboard Photography