WATCH: LeBron, Melo, KD clash in star-studded pickup game 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano 2 nabbed in Bicol drug stings Women Football Match Between Malaysia vs Philippines at Stadium UiTM Shah Alam on 15 August 2017. Photo by Faeiz Shah | MASOCKUALA LUMPUR—From both ends of this city, Philippine football’s goals rang loud and clear.The men’s and women’s football team scored rousing victories against their respective rivals Tuesday night to begin their Southeast Asian Games stint on a bright note.ADVERTISEMENT Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ MOST READ LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. READ: SEA Games: PH booters score first win, deny Cambodians ‘bonus’That win avenged the Nationals’ 1-0 loss during the recent AFC U-23 in Cambodia.The Philippines men’s side will battle Indonesia on Thursday and that win, according to Maro, would inspire them.“Indonesia is a tough team but we studied their game and we know how to handle them,” said Maro.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments Over at UITM Shah Alam Stadium, the women’s team also scored a morale-boosting 2-1 stunner over host Malaysia.READ: SEA Games: PH team stuns host Malaysia in women’s footballFEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’Patrice Impelida scored in injury time of the first half for the Malditas before Malaysian Dadree Rofunos equalized in the 51st.But the Malditas refused to share a point with their foes and Camille Rodriguez struck the winning goal in the 73rd for the winning goal before a stunned hometown crowd. Albay to send off disaster response team to Batangas End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Vilma Santos, Luis Manzano warn public of fake account posing as her Teen gunned down in Masbate The Malditas, who like their men’s counterparts are hoping for a podium finish, will meet Vietnam on Thursday.The men’s team encountered less resistance.Football match between Cambodia and Philippines at Selayang Stadium during 29th SEA Games Kuala Lumpur 2017 on 15 August 2017. Photo by Dzulfadlil Azim / MASOC“I told them to win the match at 2-0,” said men’s head coach Marlon Maro.He was that specific. And the team responded accordingly.Reymart Cubon came away with go-ahead goal off a corner by Javier Gayoso in the 52nd, before Fil-Japanese Kouichi Belgira converted a free kick in the 81st.ADVERTISEMENT
Pasig Grindhouse. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOPasig Grindhouse Kings got back at 1Bataan Risers, 21-18, in a rematch of last week’s finals to rule the second leg of the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 3×3 President’s Cup Sunday at the SM Megamall Events Center.Joshua Munzon delivered the game-winning two-pointer over the outstretched arms of Santi Santillan with 1:25 left as Pasig Grindhouse avenged its finals loss in the first leg.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title 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 Ababou gave Pasig a one-point edge with 1:40 remaining before Munzon made the game-clinching basket.“Just keep working, just stay hungry, not getting satisfied,” Munzon shared about the team’s focus in the remaining legs. “And continue to make that push. We want it all so keep grinding it out.”Pasig had to go through the wringer to make the finals after it barely escaped Vigan Baluarte, 20-19, in the semifinals while Bataan had an easier route after turning back San Juan Knights-Go for Gold, 21-15, in less than six minutes.Santillan paced the Risers with six points while Anton Asistio had five.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief LATEST STORIES Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college MOST READ View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title UST bounces back, downs UP in duel of UAAP favorites Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? “It was so sweet, especially after losing the last leg in the championship game,” said Munzon as the Fil-American guard led the way for Pasig with eight points. “It was a great comeback for us.”Taylor Statham added seven points while Dylan Ababou chipped in with six.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsPasig blew a 12-6 lead and needed to hold off Bataan, which went on a 10-2 run.“We needed to stop fouling. We needed to get stops,” Munzon pointed out. “We have to find a way to take control a little bit. We just found a way.” Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra
A 54-year-old woman perished when her Freeman Street, Georgetown house went up in flames on Thursday afternoon.Some neighbours believe that it was a stove that might have been left alight that started the fire, but some are also claiming that the incident was suspicious.The fire, which reportedly started sometime around 15:00h, claimed the life of Arlene Moses, a businesswoman, who, according to neighbours, lived alone.Guyana Times was made to understand that smoke was seen emanating from the one-storey wooden house, which was properly secured. The neighbours were unable to get into the burning house owing to the locks on the door. The doors were reportedly locked from inside.One of the woman’s neighbours found that strange, since the doors to the house would normally be open.According to the man, no one heard any screams or noise coming from the property which indicated to them that Moses was trapped inside. This publicationThe remnants of the house after the blaze was extinguishedwas also informed that the woman was having problems with relatives over the property.Moses’s charred remains were found after the blaze was put out by members of the Guyana Fire Service. Her remains were removed from the back of the house and taken to the Lyken Funeral Home.However, contrary to some neighbours’ accounts, it was reported that Moses lived with her nephew, Dillon Moore, who was reportedly at work at the time of the fire. He claimed that he became aware of the fire after a cousin informed him.As such, he quickly rushed to the house and was met with the almost completely gutted house. The young man was at the time still not aware that his aunt was in the burning building, and it was only after the blaze was doused that the shocking news was relayed to him by fire-fighters.It is still unclear what caused the fire.Moses was a shopkeeper who sold groceries. An investigation has since been launched into the incident.
1 The transfer saga of the summer finally looks like it is coming to an end, if you are to believe the latest reports.Paul Pogba’s move to Man United had been held up over who would pay the player’s agent, Mino Raiola, his fee, which is believed to be between £20m and £25m.However, this hurdle looks like it has been overcome and a resolution appears imminent.See below for the latest details in Pogba’s Manchester United transfer.Instagram hintPogba teased fans regarding his future as he appeared to drop a large hint in his latest Instagram post. The picture is completely back and white, but for his red hat and trainers. So is it red for Manchester United? Or black and white for Juventus? United to pay Raiola feePogba will finally become a Manchester United player after the Red Devils buckled and agreed to pay the bulk of Raiola’s agent fee. The Sun report the deal will cost United £112m in total which includes £92m for Pogba and £20m for his Italian-born Dutch agent. Juventus have agreed to pay Raiola the remaining £4m as the final sticking point in the deal appears to be done.Pogba to be a Red Devil in 48 hoursThe world record deal could be finalised within the next two days with United lodging a new offer which will reach £100m if all the add-ons are paid, say the Guardian. Juve also want another installment should Pogba renew his contract with United in the future. The Red Devils are so confident that they have now got their man that Pogba is now waiting for the official green light so he can have his medical, likely to take place in the United States, where he is currently on holiday. Paul Pogba could be a Manchester United player again in the next 48 hours
LA PUENTE – As a child, Douglas La Bouff liked to run around the neighborhood in Army camouflage, re-creating historic battles, pretending to launch attacks and rescue wounded soldiers. “He participated in some of the country’s greatest military campaigns, right here in the neighborhood of La Puente,” said Army Capt. Robert Medina, a close friend of La Bouff’s. More than 250 relatives, friends and military personnel gathered at St. Joseph Catholic Church in La Puente on Saturday to pay respects to La Bouff, a 36-year-old Army major killed Jan. 7 in a helicopter crash in northern Iraq. In what officials said was the deadliest crash in almost a year, La Bouff and seven other soldiers, along with four American civilians, were aboard a Black Hawk helicopter flying between bases when communications were lost with the aircraft. The cause of the crash remains under investigation. La Bouff is survived by his wife, Karen, and their 7-year-old daughter and 3-year-old son. He received a full military burial with a gun-salute Saturday. Members of the Patriot Guard escorted mourners to the cemetery. La Bouff had strong ties to the community. Born in Baldwin Park, he attended St. Joseph Catholic School and received all his sacraments at the church. He graduated from Bishop Amat High School, coached football at La Puente High School and lived just a few doors from La Puente Councilman Louis Perez. La Bouff was against drinking alcohol, and in high school started Friend to Friend, an anti-drug, anti-alcohol program, for which he received a Congressional Gold Medal. Former California Rep. Esteban Torres, who said he has known the family for years, recalled that La Bouff charmed the politicians in Washington, D.C., when he went to receive his medal. “The senators took to him,” Torres said. La Bouff was a history buff, majoring in the subject in college and graduate school. He dreamed of getting his doctorate and teaching history at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. La Bouff served two tours in Korea and in March, he volunteered to serve in the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Carson, and was deployed to fight in Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was a top intelligence officer. Jim La Bouff remembered his younger brother, who was named for Gen. Douglas MacArthur, as a “happy kid” who wanted to join the military from a very young age. Douglas was passionate about military history and liked to talk about progress being made in Iraq. “He knew the risks, but he was willing to assume them in service of his country,” he said. firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2306 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
An inspirational Donegal woman has been named as a ‘Global Hero of Hope’ by Relay for Life. Bernie Gallagher, from the Rosses, is one of the founding members of Relay for Life Donegal.She is one of only three people in Ireland to become a 2019 Global Hero of Hope and an ambassador for the Irish Cancer Society and Relay For Life Donegal. A mother of three, Bernie is an ovarian cancer survivor who works tirelessly each year to promote the fundraising and support movement in the county. The ‘Hero of Hope’ title honours Bernie’s voluntary work in spreading a message of support to people who have been touched by cancer.The Relay for Life Donegal committee celebrated Bernie’s achievement with a touching tribute: “Cancer survivors like Bernie inspire hope, courage and determination to fight and eliminate cancer. She is a beacon of hope to all other cancer patients and survivors in our county and country. The role of a Global Hero of Hope is so important in leading other survivors and supporting them to make a difference in this fight against cancer.The team added: “We are very proud of Bernie and this prestigious international award.She truly deserves recognition for all her hard work and support and we know she will be an amazing worldwide ambassador for us all.“Volunteers like Bernie can and do make a difference. Volunteers like Bernie will give those on their cancer journey the opportunity to celebrate more birthdays.” Bernie follows in the footsteps of fellow Donegal Relay member Siubhan Gillespie, who was a Hero of Hope in 2014.Donegal cancer survivor honoured with prestigious international award was last modified: January 25th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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:bernie gallagherGlobal Heroes of HopeIrish Cancer SocietyRelay For Life Donegal
SAN FRANCISCO – At the end of every training camp practice this week, Stephen Curry and D’Angelo Russell could be found shooting together at a basket in the corner of the practice gym.With them would always be assistant coach Bruce Fraser, who has notably been part of Curry’s pregame shooting routine. Fraser, then, plays an intermediary between the team’s leader and newest All-Star acquisition.Huddles break up the rain of shots as the three recap their performance. Thursday’s session, …
(Visited 545 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Week after week, month after month, year after year, evolutionists speculate about imaginary friends they have never seen.Perhaps our headline appears uncharitable to eminent scientists and reporters. Our response is to just show you what they are saying and let you decide.SETI, METI, and Betty’s SpaghettiAliens Are Real, But Humans Will Probably Kill Them All, New Paper Says (Live Science). Brandon Specktor presents a new answer to the Fermi Paradox from a Russian imagineer named Alexander Berezin. He warns us that we’re not going to like it.“What if,” Berezin wrote in a new paper posted March 27 to the preprint journal arxiv.org,”the first life that reaches interstellar travel capability necessarily eradicates all competition to fuel its own expansion?”In other words, could humanity’s quest to discover intelligent life be directly responsible for obliterating that life outright? What if we are, unwittingly, the universe’s bad guys?“What if, what if.” You have to admit the story is a clever way to dodge the lack of evidence for space aliens. Don’t ask him if eradicating competition is “evil,” because Darwinism has no such categories.Decoding Alien Messages Could Be the Biggest Citizen-Science Project Ever (Space.com). Mike Wall wants to spread the folly. Let’s get everybody to join a fact-free project, decoding an alien message. Just don’t tell them to use intelligent design to do it. Mike is even prepared if no ET calls in. We’ll turn it around with METI (Messaging Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence). We’ll call up the imaginary friends for an exciting one-way conversation!Can any civilization make it through climate change? (Science Daily). This article gives Adam Frank good press for publishing in Astrobiology the notion that other civilizations he has never seen may be going extinct because of climate change. Hidden message to fellow humans, perhaps? Live Science echoed this meme with its ominous theme, “Climate Change Killed the Aliens and It Will Probably Kill Us Too, New Simulation Suggests.”We discovered that life may be billions of times more common in the multiverse (The Conversation). We “discovered” that? Who’s “we,” Paleface? (see Tontology in the Darwin Dictionary). The rest of us would like to see your evidence for a multiverse. Perhaps a peek into Betty’s kitchen to see what’s cooking.Bio-AstrologyShifting a few letters provides a more accurate name than Astrobiology. Since no space aliens have called in yet, NASA would be happy to find some itsy germs that they imagine could evolve into ET’s.NASA dives deep into the search for life (Phys.org). And here they go, diving to see earth-bound organisms at deep sea vents. The fumes create a bio-astrology high among astrobiologists, conjuring up visions of organisms at Enceladus in their collective imaginations.Habitability of the young Earth could boost the chances of life elsewhere (Astrobiology Magazine). Joelle Renstrom gets all the blessing of NASA to speculate that an early earth she never saw might have been milder than thought, and then conclude that other planets might be mild, too.The Moons of Some Giant Alien Planets Could Host Life (Space.com). Chelsea Gohd illustrates that way to get ahead in science. Write some fact-free fluff about life on moons and you can get published. Note to Chelsea: there’s no life on our own moon, which is in the habitable zone.Mars rocks may harbor signs of life from 4 billion years ago (Science Daily). NASA sees some iron-rich rocks on Mars. Conclusion: there could have been life there. By analogy, a reader might presume, there could have been steel buildings there, too, and if steel, maybe Martians built swords and played Game of Thrones.These speculations are so very far from the ideals of science set in the 17th century by Newton, Galileo, Boyle, and the other founders of modern science. They frowned on speculation and demanded empirical proof. They followed the evidence. There is NO evidence for space aliens or for space microbes, either. All the media hype is part of a scheme to make scientific materialism sound exciting. Well, it isn’t. Listen to one scientific materialist admit it in this new Illustra Media short film, “God and the Astronomer.” True confessions by the founding director of the NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center, after a long life as a materialist. Shocking. Are you listening, NASA?
Fast-tracking the growth of almost 100 small businesses in South Africa is one of the initiatives at the upcoming Indaba, Africa’s top travel show. It will be held in May at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban.The media launch of this year’s Indaba is held on Tuesday 28 March 2017. Delegates from the countries such as Angola, Botswana, the DRC, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Reunion, the Seychelles, Senegal, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe will be displaying tourism-related products and services alongside local South African exhibitors at the event in May 2017. The event is hosted in Durban. (Image: South African Tourism)Brand South Africa reporterThe Indaba 2017 will host 90 small tourism businesses at the show, organisers revealed at the media launch of the conference on Tuesday 28 March 2017.Indaba is one of the largest tourism marketing events on the African calendar and one of the top three ‘must visit’ events of its kind on the global calendar, reads the site.“It showcases the widest variety of Southern Africa’s best tourism products and attracts international buyers and media from across the world. Indaba is owned by South African Tourism.”The event, also known as Africa’s top travel show, takes place from 16 to 18 May 2017 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban.Small businesses to get exposureSisa Ntshona, chief executive officer of the South African Tourism, said at the media briefing at the Killarney Country Club in Johannesburg that this year’s Indaba would have a special focus on accelerating small businesses in the tourism sector.One of the key focuses is an initiative to train and mentor small and medium-sized enterprises, and give it with preferential access to influential industry players.“For me, one of Indaba’s highlights is our new Hidden Gems programme, which will help boost tourism by enabling smaller players. [The 90 small businesses are] emerging and existing enterprises are at least 50% black-owned,” said Ntshona.“They are drawn from each of South Africa’s nine provinces and we call them our Hidden Gems, because they are tucked-away treasures that only a select few know about.”South African Tourism, in partnership with the National Department of Tourism and the Southern African Tourism Services Association will allow the entrepreneurs to get exposure at Indaba as well as the opportunity to “pitch” their offerings to travel buyers during speed marketing sessions.Here are some of the messages that was put to Twitter during the media briefing:“Tourism has evolved. It’s now more about stories & #Indaba2017 has allowed us to work harder on what makes us special.” – Tony Nkadimeng pic.twitter.com/XxqGiLZuP9— SATravelTrade (@SATravelTrade) March 28, 2017“#Indaba2017 is a networking opportunity to showcase what we have to offer as a country & continent” – @sisantshona. pic.twitter.com/ZdfEpjVPWL— SATravelTrade (@SATravelTrade) March 28, 2017“We are serious about transformation in the tourism industry and have put plans in place for this.” – Perry Moodley, @dbntourism #Indaba2017 pic.twitter.com/TBtXshTCLu— SATravelTrade (@SATravelTrade) March 28, 2017A variety of panel discussionsNtshona also unveiled a series of topical panel discussions with industry thought leaders aimed at constructively exploring issues related to developing tourism in Africa to take place during Indaba.Local and international game changers, technology “disruptors”, experts and captains of industry will exchange ideas on how to market tourism offerings to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) community; how the private and public sectors can join hands to drive inclusive growth; and how Africa’s pioneering arts sector can further enhance the continent’s appeal as a tourist destination.Organisers also said that Indaba will have a more streamlined events programme, designed to improve the experience of exhibitors, buyers, visitors and media alike.Innovations include an enhanced online diary system to provide more “match-making” options between delegates who want to meet with a view to doing business, and a new Indaba app that will provided updated information and news at the show.Sisa Ntshona, chief executive officer of the South African Tourism, believes Africa is going to be the next tourism frontier. He adds that the continent as a whole reported an 8% surge in international arrivals in 2016, with Sub-Saharan Africa increasing by 11% and South Africa by a massive 13%. “Last year, we broke records to reach 10-million international tourists coming to South Africa.” (Image: Brand South Africa)Ntshona urged all businesses and individuals interested in tourism to book their place at Indaba 2017, adding: “It’s going to be a lively, buzzing, bustling trade show that will showcase Africa in all its rich and diverse glory.”List of more than 50 things to do in DurbanWith less than 50 days left to the event, the Indaba’s Twitter handle @SATravelTrade also revealed a list of 51 things to do in Durban. This list, compiled by Durban Tourism includes the Ohlange Institute.It was created by John Langalibalele Dube, who was also the founder member and first president of the South African Native National Congress, which was renamed to the African National Congress in 1923.Dube’s first house and the JL Dube Hall, where Nelson Mandela voted in the first democratic election in 1994, is within the Ohlange Institute.Source: South African TourismWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A few weeks ago, Dean Foods announced they were discontinuing milk contracts with 100 or so dairies which included a dozen or so operations in Tennessee. Essentially, the dairies impacted have until the end of May to find a new outlet for their milk or they will be forced to exit the industry due to having no method to market milk. This has brought several questions across my email and through personal communication.From the beef sector side, this could have an implication on beef markets if all of these dairy operations are forced to sell out. One would imagine these dairy operations would be able to market heifers and some of the young fresh cows. However, there would likely also be a short-term glut of slaughter cows in the region.From another standpoint, some of these dairies might consider beef cattle production as an alternative. The resources these dairies have could lend itself to backgrounding feeder cattle or a confined beef cattle operation.