There was strong local support for the international women’s matches in Fiji at Lautoka’s Churchill Park on Friday.In the high scoring first match, Samoa beat Papua New Guinea 56-45.The Manusina captain Sui Pauaraisa offered high praise for her team.”I’m so proud of the girls as it’s our first game together as a team and we’re all from different places,” she said.”We didn’t know our opposition except that they were quick, so we opted to use our strength which was our forwards.”In the second match the home side was always going to be the crowd favourite and they didn’t disappoint in play or in points differential.The reigning champions stamping their authority at the outset of the competition beating Tonga 53-8.Tonga’s captain Va’iga Moimoi was gracious in defeat.”I’m just proud of the girls and the effort they put into the match,” she said.”Just this morning it was the first time for some of the girls to put on a mouthguard. I’m just really proud of the girls and proud to represent my country.”On Tuesday in Round 2 Samoa face Tonga and Fiji play PNG.
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Dear Editor,The headline that caused me grave dismay was: “Exxon Contract – Final – Harmon”; published on February 23, 2017. On reading the headline, several thoughts overcame me: President Jagan would have absolutely rejected this contract; President Burnham would have never given away our birthright; Walter Rodney would never go against the people.I felt betrayed and furious; what arrogance, how bull headed can we get; we are being treated like plantation workers. Guyanese did not give any politician or party the right to dole out 6.6 million oil rich acres of their country without sufficient compensation; thus, whether or not the coalition administration assigned a minister with plenipotentiary power to act on behalf of the cabinet, there is still the requirement of approval from the legislative branch, the budget process, or some such similar mechanism.On what basis can Minister Harmon contend that the Exxon Contract is final? Merely because Minister Trotman signed a Petroleum Agreement? It takes more than one stump to make a wicket. Can the President or his aide/minister sign away any of our counties: Berbice, Demerara or Essequibo, to Exxon and say the contract is final without even having the approval of Parliament?And if they did have parliamentary approval, would that make it legal and proper?The coalition party is caught running downhill; it is afraid to stop for fear of falling or admitting errors. The party, led by its core leaders, continue running Guyana downhill while giving off an odour of pretence that something beneficial to Guyana is being done.I do understand that politicians are inherently spokespersons for the inner power core of the political parties; now the core is prostrating to Exxon, our new overlords. We, the people, must push, force, request, and petition our political leaders to come out and speak with certitude and in an unfettered manner for the contract to be renegotiated.I suspect, and daresay, ExxonMobil has its subsidiaries, affiliates and associates ensnared to varying degrees into the apparatus of our political parties and the upper echelons of our private sector. It is the way of Esso.The members of a political party, with rare exceptions, adhere to the paramountcy of party decisions; thus party members invariably toe and support the party line, the support is not necessarily based on what is best for Guyana and Guyanese. It is not important that, in conforming to the party line, you support an imbecile agreement, utter stupidity, gross unfairness, nefarious conduct, racist decisions, economic sabotage, covering up of lies and incompetence, or covering up of mismanagement; or the breaking of promises or betraying of the Guyanese people to satisfy and largely benefit the upper hierarchy of the political party.Where was the power to contract out our resources for a farthing constituted? Surely not from our legislative branch. What of the dismissed and shackled sugar workers? What of the deplorable conditions in Linden? What of the impoverished bauxite workers? What of the old age pensioners who receive a 100 United States dollars per month? What of our public servants, who are the lowest paid in the Caribbean? What of the poor state of our social services, such as health, water, education and security? What of the need for improved infrastructure? What of the extremely poor quality of life in the less travelled regions of Guyana? Were answers to the foregoing questions not considered when we signed the dotted line of the Petroleum Agreement?This is a petroleum agreement of infamy, with a signature date on the agreement recorded as June 27, 2016; an agreement signed after it was known that the oil find of over 1.4 billion barrels had a crude oil value of over 13 trillion Guyana Dollars (1.4 billion * US$45.80 * FX Rate of G$210). Oil price on the day of infamy was US$45.80, on the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) – Cushing, Oklahoma Exchange. On February 23, 2018, crude oil was priced at US$62.73, and the initial oil find at Liza 1 value was upwards of 18 trillion Guyana Dollars.Oil findings in Guyana have now more than doubled, and using February 23, 2018 oil price from WTI, with the Ranger Well oil find included, the total value of oil found in Guyana offshore is conservatively valued at over 52 trillion Guyana Dollars (4 billion * US$62.73 * FX Rate of G$210).How callow and unthinking it is to use a cut-and-paste contract approach after the oil has been discovered, with the first oil well out of the multitude being explored already giving us 1.4 billion barrels of oil. Could we not conduct ourselves as men and women of substance and negotiate for a fair share of our multigenerational fortune; and not act as servile hewers of wood and drawers of water?Only we, the people, can free Guyana from the draconian agreement the behemoth called Exxon has signed with our ensnared leaders. We are now waiting on ourselves to act with courage, resilience, fortitude and perseverance to have this contract renegotiated.We must address our minds and energies to rectify all oil contracts related to the 4,000,000,000-barrels-and-counting of oil in Guyana’s offshore that’s located in areas with high porosity and high permeability, resulting in top quality and low-cost oil reserves. We must leverage Guyana’s oil to ensure monetization of the oil find in a manner that Guyanese will have a fair economic share.Sincerely,Nigel Hinds
First Lady Sandra Granger said that she was optimistic about the impact the Lusignan Youth Development Initiative will have on its beneficiaries, at a simple opening ceremony held at the Lusignan Primary School on Monday.Mrs Granger said that the Initiative was birthed from an idea she had about involving parents in the delivery of education to their children. The first project under this initiative was introduced last year in Buxton at the Buxton/Friendship Primary School.“I have to say, based on the results in Buxton, I have high hopes for Lusignan as well, because we had kids who had started Grade Four in the Buxton/Friendship area who did not know [how] to read and by the end of the year… there was great improvement,” related the First Lady.First Lady Sandra Granger (seated second left) along with the teachers and students at the opening of the Youth Development Initiative at the Lusignan Primary SchoolOver the past couple of weeks, Mrs Granger met with teachers and parents of students of Lusignan Primary about the Initiative and although there were minor setbacks, she believes that they had shown a keen interest in the programme and, therefore, took a decision to go ahead with it.“We felt that since the teachers were so engaged in it [the meetings], we would go ahead with it… What this project aims to do, basically, is to look at the students in the school and help them to achieve their full potential,” the First Lady said.Acting Headmistress of the Lusignan Primary School, Loretta DosSantos said that the Initiative aimed to make the school and community better. “You parents play an integral role in this, the education process… Do not feel what we’re doing here is a waste of time. In time to come, you will see the benefits,” DosSantos said.In an invited comment, she expressed confidence about the impact that the Initiative will have on the students’ development.“I believe that the children who are benefiting from this programme would be better off academically in the areas of mainly literacy and numeracy… I told the teachers we have to work assiduously to ensure that each child is being given what this programme intends for them to have.”The Initiative is expected to last throughout this school year. Initially, 50 students were targeted for the programme, but that number was increased to 80 following feedback from the school. Sessions are expected to be held from Monday to Wednesday, and will focus on Reading and Mathematics.
To adequately manage primary, secondary and feeder roads in the country would require US$100 million every year, for the next 20 years, Public Works Minister, William Gyude Moore has said.Minister Moore made the assertion yesterday at the Ministry of Information’s regular press briefing in Monrovia.He said the US$27 million provided by the government in this year’s budget for construction and pavement of roads is “very little, considering the huge challenges facing many roads in the country.”He said US$4 million within the US$27 million of this year’s budget is for road maintenance, while the balance US$23 million is intended for road construction.Minister Moore said since the inception of Madam Sirleaf’s administration, the government has focused largely on primary and secondary roads throughout the country, while partners continue to handle most of the feeder roads.“We may get involved in taking care of feeder roads, but for the next four years, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will be financing many of its projects to ensure that communities and neighborhoods are connected,” Minister Moore said.He added, “450KM of feeder roads will be financed by USAID while we will be extending that program to the south east of the country to ensure that since our partners are active on feeder roads, we can focus on primary and secondary roads.”He said the government will continue to invest in primary and secondary roads to ensure that county capitals and major roads are fully connected across the country.Minister Moore explained further that the government and its partners have spent a little over US$700 million on roads, but their maintenance remain a cardinal issue, considering the heavy rainy season in the country.In a related development, the Minister also disclosed that Caldwell Bridge has been completed and plans for its official dedication are in process.He said Liberia’s road network is about 10,000km and many of the people in the rural areas have to walk several hours before reaching to the nearest road.“We have a very limited road network and less than 10 percent is paved. We are talking about paving the remaining 700km of roads including all major streets in the country,” he said.The ministry is focusing on paving streets in all county capitals at a cost amounting to US$2.2 billion.Primary roads connect to city capitals or lead to international borders while secondary roads connect to primary roads and feeder roads connect with farm-to-market roads, homes and other places.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A recent meeting between officials of Roraima Airways and a Cuban delegation has seen a range of issues, including direct air transport between Havana and Georgetown and collaboration in tourism being discussed and initiatives identified to move the process forward.The three-member Cuban delegation led by Director of International Relations of Cuba’s Chamber of Commerce, Dr Celia Labora Rodriguez, was here for the inaugural Guyana Trade and Investment Exhibition (GUYTIE).Dr Rodriguez indicated her Chamber’s interest in further developing commercial ties with Guyana, pointing out that there are several opportunities that would be of benefit to the business communities of both nations.Meanwhile, Chief Executive Officer of Roraima, Captain Gerry Gouveia, pointed to the critical importance of efficient logistics, including air transportation for both passengers and cargo. He drew attention to daily flights by Aruba Airlines to Guyana from Cuba which bring hundreds of Cubans to the country each week, mainly for shopping.Gouveia said the introduction of some non-stop flights between the two destinations would not only boost passenger travel but provide for the movement of cargo, especially item such as pharmaceuticals which require quick transport so as to avoid spoilage.Both Gouveia and Dr Rodriguez indicated that applications for operating permits for Aruba Airlines to introduce some non-stop flights are currently under consideration by civil aviation authorities in both Guyana and Cuba and are optimistic that approvals will soon be granted. Talks in this connection have been undertaken over the past two weeks.The two teams also discussed initiatives for the promotion of tourism packages in both destinations. In fact, the two are to exchange information and promotional material which will be shared with tour operators.Furthermore, discussions were also centred on Guyana’s participation in next month’s Havana International Trade and Investment Fair (FIHAV) and the role Aruba Air could play in facilitating the movement of passengers and exhibits to Cuba.The delegation thanked Roraima and Aruba Air for assisting in their travel to Guyana for GUYTIE 2018.
Vertegaal, who has been working on the technology since 1994, says advertisers can now accurately measure how much attention something receives, whether on a plasma panel, a billboard, or as the result of its placement on a supermarket shelf. Whether a viewer actually makes a purchase is another matter. Vertegaal said the eyebox2 is being used by advertisers in Britain, but not in the United States yet. He recently spoke at Google Inc.’s corporate headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Google said in a statement that it often invites interesting people, but such talks shouldn’t infer any specific product direction Google is taking. Pawnshop game TORONTO – A Canadian professor has developed technology that allows advertisers to count the number of people who look at their billboards and screens. Roel Vertegaal’s Xuuk eyebox2 is a $999 portable device with a camera that monitors eye movements and automatically detects when you are looking at it from up to about 35 feet away. Until now, Vertegaal says, such eye-trackers have been ineffective beyond 2 feet, required people to remain stationary and cost more than $25,000. “It can track interest for your advertisers so you can actually have a business model where you sell the ad by the eyeball,” said Vertegaal, a professor at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario. The eyebox2 comes as ads increasingly appear on plasma display panels in shopping malls, restaurants and other public places. Although Internet ads can be measured by the number of hits on a Web site, it is much harder to assess the ads on plasma screens. NEW YORK – Online games give players roles like warriors, space explorers and wizards. Now, there’s an exciting new profession: pawnbroker. “Entropia Universe,” a science-fiction game whose currency is convertible to real-world U.S. dollars at a fixed 10-1 ratio, said this past week that five pawnshops will make real loans to people who turn in virtual items like laser rifles and bionic implant chips. The pawnshop licenses sold for a total of $404,000, according to the Swedish company behind the game, MindArk PE AB, and the holders may be able to extend their services to function like banks. “It’s just like the construction business in the real world – none of that would happen without banks,” said Jon “Neverdie” Jacobs, who with a business partner paid $90,000 for a license to create a “Gamer’s Bank.” Jacobs, who already runs a hunting and entertainment resort that pulls in as much as $20,000 a month in revenue, said players have a lot of money tied up in hunting and mining equipment, and the pawnshops will free up that capital. Another license winner was Anshe Chung, the online persona of Ailin Graef, a Chinese-born woman who created a minor fortune trading real estate in “Second Life,” another virtual world. The other winners were a German Internet bank, a Russian payment processor and an unnamed private investor. Last year, a player set up a bank in another science fiction game, EVE Online, but that one was unsupported and unregulated by the game’s operator, CCP hf of Iceland. The player tried to abscond with the deposits, but CCP froze his account before he could sell them for “real” money, CCP spokesman Magnus Bergsson said. Unlike Entropia, EVE does not allow conversion of the in-game currency to cash. The deposits would have been worth between $140,000 and $170,000 on the black market, Bergsson said. Downloadable poetry PHILADELPHIA – When you’re done loading your iPod with Better than Ezra and Carlos Santana, why not try a little Ezra Pound or William Carlos Williams? Recordings of the poets’ works are available for free through PennSound, an online audio archive developed by professors at the University of Pennsylvania. PennSound features about 200 writers and more than 10,000 recordings contributed by poets, fans and scholars worldwide. The 2-year-old site recently acquired rare readings by Pound, some previously unknown. Hearing any poet “makes the poems easier to move into, in some cases,” said Tree Swenson, director of the Academy of American Poets in New York. “Our ears are less logical than our eyes, somehow.” Pound in particular, she said, “is a perfect example of a poet whose tone and phrasing is so distinctive.” Many Web sites, including that of the academy, stream poetry readings, meaning an active Internet connection is required. With PennSound, files are downloadable in MP3 format and can be played offline and on portable devices such as Apple Inc.’s iPods, said Charles Bernstein, an English professor and the site’s co-director. Gregory Djanikian, who has five collections of published poetry, said PennSound allows people to “put the voice to the poem” and lets him reach a broader audience. “It’s really quite global,” said Djanikian, who directs the creative writing program at Penn but is not affiliated with PennSound. Emily Warn, editor of Chicago-based poetryfoundation.org, called PennSound a “fabulous resource” that can help expand the audience for poetry. “People are afraid of poetry. They don’t know where to begin,” Warn said. “They value it in general, they think it sharpens the intellect … but they know very little about it.” On the Net: http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
0Shares0000Cristiano Ronaldo doubled his number of World Cup goals with a hat-trick against Spain © AFP / Francisco LEONGMOSCOW, Russian Federation, Jun 19 – Cristiano Ronaldo will attempt to follow up his World Cup opening game heroics for Portugal against a Morocco side licking their wounds after a crushing last-gasp defeat.A hat-trick from the five-time world player of the year snatched a thrilling 3-3 draw for the European champions against Spain in a heavyweight Group B showdown in Sochi. It was Ronaldo’s 51st career hat-trick, and the 51st in the tournament’s history, as the Real Madrid star became just the fourth player to score in four World Cups.“I am very happy, it’s a nice personal record to have, one more in my career,” said Ronaldo.“For me the most important thing is to emphasise what the team did against one of the favourites to win this World Cup.”Despite lifting the trophy at Euro 2016, Portugal are not widely viewed as among the favourites in Russia but can take a big step towards the last 16 with victory over Morocco in Moscow on Wednesday.“I think we are stronger than Morocco if we compare the two teams, but I’m not saying the game will be easy for us,” striker Andre Silva told reporters at Portugal’s training base.“We cannot underestimate them and must have respect for any opponent. Any game at the World Cup is difficult.”It will be just the second meeting between the two countries, after Morocco beat Portugal 3-1 in the group stage at the 1986 finals.Morocco did not concede a single goal in the final qualifying round as they sealed a return to the World Cup for the first time in 20 years, but their knockout hopes hang by a thread after a 95th-minute own goal by Aziz Bouhaddouz against Iran.– ‘We’re not dead’ –Herve Renard’s men face a monumental challenge, with games to come against Portugal and Spain, but midfielder Faycal Fajr is adamant all is not lost for the Atlas Lions.“If I said that we don’t believe we can qualify it would be a lie,” said Fajr, one of 17 players born abroad in Morocco’s 23-man squad.“I could throw out some examples, like the Argentina draw (1-1 with Iceland). Where there’s a will there’s a way. (The Portuguese) have two feet, two legs and they are humans like us.”Faycal Fajr is optimistic Morocco can turn their fortunes around after a gut-wrenching loss to Iran © AFP/File / FADEL SENNA“We lost a battle but we haven’t lost the war. We’re not dead,” he added.”Renard lamented that Morocco were “crucified by our own errors” in the loss to Iran, but the Frenchman is used to defying the odds, having led outsiders Zambia to a surprise triumph at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.He then became the first coach to win the continental title with two different teams three years later, guiding the Ivory Coast to glory.Morocco will need Renard to conjure up more magic to prevent an early exit, although Fajr says the mood in the camp remains positive.“Even after the defeat, the atmosphere was terrific,” he said. “We’ve been waiting for this moment for 20 years, all Moroccans have been waiting for this for 20 years. We’re one big family.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
If you have been on the internet in the last few months, you will have seen links to different weight loss products that usually start with ‘This one weird Trick’.They usually are aimed at removing belly fat or dropping 20lbs in a week or numerous other ridiculous weight loss myths that are aimed at getting you to click on the link.The thing is, there is already one weird trick that is proven to help you get results time and time again. Want to lose weight? This will help.Want to get in shape and look great on the beach? This will help.Want to be able to finally stick to a plan? This will help.So what is this miracle cure that will help you to achieve the goals that have eluded you for so long? Consistency.Say what now?This can’t be right, surly there has to be some sort of trick, or weird diet, or magic pill that I have to use in order to get where I want to be?You would think that, wouldn’t you?After all we have been lead to believe that if you want to achieve something, there has to be a quick fix that can help you to get there as fast as possible. For weight loss, this is true.There are thousands of products that will ‘help’ you to lose weight.I use the word ‘help’ loosely because the product isn’t what is ‘helping’ you to lose the weight.It is the ridiculously low calorie intake that they recommend you to eat along with their ‘miracle’ product. Wait, low calories help with weight loss? Who would have thunk it?The problem with these products is that they are not sustainable in the long term and once normal eating resumes, your weight returns to normal and even increases.But what if you didn’t always go for the extreme version every time you set a goal?What if you set out a plan and actually allowed yourself a realistic period of time to reach it?The extremists will tell you to avoid everything and only to eat ‘clean’ food.Don’t drink anything except water and God forbid you might put cordial in your water.Oh and avoid sugar, because sugar is the new devil, you know, just like fat and carbs were before it.Do you think you could stick to this?Willpower is finite.No one can be 100% strict, 100% of the time, and by trying to do so, you’re setting yourself up for failure.You’re far better aiming to be 80% compliant ALL the time, than achieving perfection 50% of the time, and being completely off the wagon the other 50%.Dieting comes down to being “GOOD” consistently.When I say ‘good’, I mean getting protein at every meal, eating enough vegetables with each meal, drinking enough water throughout the day and using carbs as the remainder.I always start people off with the palm sized portion guide.It is simple, but has been shown, time and time again to work.1 palm sized portion of protein2 fist sized portions of vegetables1 thumb sized portion of fats for cooking or dressings1 cupped palm sized portion of carbs.If you consistently did this for 80% of your meals throughout the week and allowed for social occasions and family events when they popped up, you will lose weight.‘But it’s not that simple’It actually is.Unless you are preparing for a stage show or for a magazine cover shoot you don’t have to go to the extreme with your diet.If you are looking to lose some weight and actually keep it off, “Consistency” is the one weird trick that will help you to get there every time.#TrainSmartTo keep up to date with fitness and nutrition tips, be sure to follow me through the link below.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rushe-Fitness/120518884715118EMMET RUSHE: THIS ONE WEIRD TRICK…. was last modified: July 5th, 2015 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:cheatemmet rushefitness columnthis one weird trick
TWO women have been sent for trial on arson charges.Stacey Doran, who is 29 and from Ballybegley, Newtowncunningham, faced two charges when she appeared before Letterkenny District Court.She was accused of arson at Main Street, Newtowncunningham on April 15, 2011. She faced a second charge of arson at Colehill Newtowncunningham on August 29, 2011.The second woman, Donna Kildea, who is 29 and from 483 Colehill, Newtowncunningham, is charged with arson at Colehill, Newtowncunningham on August 29, 2011.Judge Paul Kelly remanded both women on bail, and referred the case to the next sitting of the Circuit Court in Letterkenny on January 28.Ms Kildea’s solicitor Ciaran O’Gorman applied for legal aid for counsel, saying that “these offences can attract a term of imprisonment of up to 14 years and in this case we are talking about damage caused of between €120,000 and €150,000.”Judge Kelly granted a similar request made by Ms Doran’s solicitor Patsy Gallagher.Both women signed €1,000 euro bail bonds and were released to appear at the circuit court later this month.WOMEN SENT FOR TRIAL ON €120,000 ARSON CHARGES was last modified: January 20th, 2014 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:arsoncourtDistrict CourtletterkennyNewtowncunningham