Dembélé runs out of coronavirus test

first_imgOne of those that will return and who virtually didn’t rely for this League remaining if it had occurred underneath regular situations is Luis Suárez. The Uruguayan was injured however, after this hiatus, he’ll rejoin the anticipated work rhythm on Friday, as confirmed by Fran Soto, the membership’s bodily coach, in a videoconference with Eder Sarabia, Setien’s second. “We’ve got that phantasm that it’s a welcome boost. We’ve got seen him work with a savage with Juanjo (Brau)“Soto assured. The Charrúa will be capable to return after his knee damage whereas Ousmane must wait and it’s estimated that he will likely be prepared for the start of the subsequent marketing campaign, if it begins on the scheduled dates. Ousmane Dembélé is not going to have a coronavirus test. The French participant is just not registered within the first staff of Barcelona after a long-term damage with a purpose to signal Martin Braithwaite and reinforce the lead so, in keeping with LaLiga laws for this return to work, he is not going to have entry to those exams to find out if you’re contaminated with coronavirus or not. As defined by Adriá Albets in El Larguero, the French participant is just not amongst these cited to go to the Ciudad Deportiva blaugrana all through the morning of this Wednesday to bear the coronavirus exams that each one the gamers registered in LaLiga, Quique Setién, his teaching workers and different workers near the primary staff footballers will move. The footballers is not going to coincide inside the amenities since every one has been assigned a schedule to move this test. If every thing goes as anticipated, the person trainings can begin on Friday. last_img read more

NU reclaims lost glory, recaptures UAAP cheerdance crown; FEU 2nd, Adamson 3rd

first_imgNational University released a year’s worth of pent-up frustration and put on the best show of the night to reclaim the gold medal in the UAAP Season 81 Cheerdance Competition Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena.Taking inspiration from Disney-Pixar’s tearjerker Coco, the NU Pep Squad showed an impeccable routine worthy of utmost praise as it took its fifth title in six years after tallying 711 points.ADVERTISEMENT Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Hooker stops Saucedo to retain WBO super lightweight title Bernabe added that they never resorted to being frustrated during the one year they waited to get their vindication, as the emotion connotes negativity, and they instead used the defeat as motivation to become bounce back better than before.“We never used frustration because that word just brings anger,” said Bernabe. “We just showed our determination and our eagerness. We were so hungry that we wanted to become better. We didn’t want to experience the feeling we had last year because it was that painful.”Meanwhile, Far Eastern University Cheering Squad brought out the funk all the way to a first runner-up finish with 655.5 pointsThe Tamaraws’ cheering squad, one of the powerhouse teams in the competition with two titles in their name, missed the top three last year.FEU turned the clock back to the 1970s and incorporated every bit of funk the decade had to offer in putting on a cheering display that the current generation still could go gaga over.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES 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 Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal The Tamaraws had 347 points in the dance routine, second only to NU’s 369.5, and they complemented it with the right mix of stunts that included flawless aerial 360s and quick transitions from tosses to pyramids.Last year’s champion Adamson Pep Squad retained its spot in the podium, claiming the bronze medal with its “animalistic theme” to garner 638.5 points.University of Santo Tomas, the owner of eight CDC titles, finished fourth in the standings with 638 points much to the chagrin of spectators.University of the East, last year’s third placer, was at fourth with 602.5 while University of the Philippines, which also won eight championships, took the fifth place with 568.5 points.Ateneo, which was considered as a surprising contender in the competition proper itself, was at seventh with 558 points while De La Salle bottomed out with 459.5 points.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew NU finished fifth in Season 80, its worst since finishing sixth in 2011, and it showcased to the league why it’s still one of the most powerful cheerdance schools in the competition.The NU Pep Squad had a near perfect dance routine and its displayed the smoothest of transitions to the K-Motion that preceded its trademark Scorpions.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissIt finished its routine with a marvelous pyramid that it built through five 360s that transitioned into V-motion pyramids.“We’ve loved the title for four years and it’s so hard to see someone take it from us,” said head coach Ghicka Bernabe in Filipino. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines?last_img read more

Liberia’s Ambassador to Sierra Leone Is Dead

first_imgThe Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced with profound regrets the death of Ambassador Thomas Brima, Liberia’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary accredited to the Republic of Sierra Leone.A Foreign Minister release says Ambassador Brima died May 12, 2014 at the Hannibal International Hospital in Tunis, Tunisia where he had gone for medical attention after a brief period of illness. He had been flown there for medical attention.The late Ambassador Brima was one of Liberia’s outstanding statesmen who served his country with dedication and commitment in several capacities including serving as Superintendent of Lofa County, Minister of Internal Affairs and in his last capacity as Liberia’s Ambassador accredited to the Republic of Sierra Leone. Prior to his accreditation to Sierra Leone in 2006, he served in several capacities at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The fallen Liberian Ambassador was the longest serving ambassador in that neighboring country which made him the Doyen of the Diplomatic Corps there.Meanwhile, his remains will be flown back home from Tunisia pending funeral and burial arrangements.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Social activist is GTT’s latest millionaire

first_imgCharity-Usara Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) Chairperson Beatrice Mittelholzer is now a millionaire as GTT million-dollar smile promotion continues countrywide.The elated Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) resident said she never believed she would have been the winner, but was neverthelessBeatrice Mittelholzer, the newest GTT million-dollar smile promotion winnerthankful to have won the million dollars.Mittleholzer, a mother of two and grandmother of 15, on Monday evening at the Charity Essequibo leg of the promotion, said she will be donating a portion of her winnings to address some of the social issues affecting youths and the elderly on a daily basis. To become a millionaire, customers who top up their phones electronically with $1000 or more in a single transaction, purchase a data plan for a $1000 or more, pay any GTT bill in full and on time, sign up for or upgrade a Blaze plan, or purchase a GTT SIM will be entered for a chance to win.The promotion next heads to New Amsterdam, Berbice on December 15 and will return to Georgetown for the grand draw on December 18, where the communications giant will select four winners for a million dollars each.The four previous winners were from Georgetown, Mon Repos, Linden and Bartica.last_img read more

1st Annual Northern Seed and Garden Supply Exchange this Saturday

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – NEAT’s Northern Co-hort will be holding the 1st Annual Northern Seed and Garden Supply Exchange on Saturday, April 13.According to NEAT, this will be a day of community building where you can pack up your seeds and garden supplies for the first of many exchanges.There will also be workshops offered on mason bees, pruning and permaculture, as well as the opportunity to meet local ecological farms, gain access to local meats, canning, plant starts and weekly veggie box information.- Advertisement -This is a family event and kids can paint and plant their own flower pot to take home.You can also sign up for a community garden bed, play with composting worms and veggie themed block prints.There will also be door prizes to win.Advertisement 12:30 pm – Pruning Principals with Sonya Runacres1:30 pm – Permaculture with Katy Peck Entry fee into the exchange is $5.00 which also gets you a 25 percent discount at the NEAT Finds Thrift Store.The Professional Workshops are $10.00 each or $25.00 for all three (pre-register to ensure your spot).Schedule:11:30 am – Mason Bees with Emony NichollsAdvertisementcenter_img The 1st Annual Northern Seed and Garden Supply Exchange takes place this Saturday, April 13 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the NEAT Offices, 10003 95th Ave, Fort St. John, above the NEAT Finds Thrift Store.For more information, you can visit Neat’s Northern Co-hort’s Facebook event page.last_img read more

A Valley institution

first_img Cooke died in 1997, and his estate sold the paper to MediaNews Group, headed by President and Chief Executive Officer William Dean Singleton. The sale price was not disclosed. Today, the Daily News has a Sunday circulation of more than 200,000. In addition, anyone in the world with Internet access can read its coverage instantly, any time, by accessing the paper’s World Wide Web site: 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 In the 1960s, the Valley News and Green Sheet expanded its coverage to the Conejo, Simi and Santa Clarita valleys. In 1973, the Markham and Mendenhall families sold the paper for $25 million to the Tribune Co., publisher of The Chicago Tribune. The company dropped the green front page in 1976, started printing seven days a week in 1979 and in, 1981, stopped free distribution and changed the name to the Daily News. Then, in 1985, Jack Kent Cooke, the owner of the Washington Redskins and New York City’s Chrysler Building, bought the Daily News for $176 million. On May 31, 1987, he moved the operation to its current 132,000-square-foot building at 21221 Oxnard St. In 1990, a new printing plant was opened in Valencia. As the San Fernando Valley has grown and changed phenomenally over the years, so has the Daily News – one of the Valley’s oldest businesses. The Van Nuys Call published its first issue Oct. 13, 1911. Six weeks later, Frank Keefer, a newspaper reporter from Pittsburgh, bought the paper from its founder, E.R. Elkins, and renamed it the Van Nuys News. The weekly paper was a noisy booster for its home community but also reported big stories of the day such as the coming of electricity to the area in 1912. The News started publishing twice a week in 1922. In 1932, Keefer sold his interest to William Colfax Markham and his sons and daughter, Maurice, Ralph and Miriam. They joined with one of Keefer’s earlier partners, Walter Mendenhall, who then became editor. His son, Ferdinand Mendenhall, was editor after his father. In the 1940s, to set itself apart from the competition, the paper started printing its front page on green paper, and in 1953 changed its name to the Valley News and Green Sheet. The paper came out three days a week in 1954, and four days in 1959.last_img read more


first_imgTHERE could soon be a community radio station for every area of Co Donegal as yet another group announced plans yesterday.A delegation representing community groups from the Rosses area of Donegal have visited ICR fm in Carndonagh to watch and learn.Members of Rosses Community Development Project, a network of community groups, were on a fact-finding mission to the local community station as they are planning to establish their own service in the Rosses. Welcoming the group to ICR, Chairperson Raymond Doherty said that it was great to see other communities in Donegal following ICR’s lead and showed the reputation that the local station has.He told us: “ICR is a fantastic community resource and its success is a result of the hard work of all involved, particularly our volunteers. It gives you a sense pride too when other communities look to us to learn how to create similar service in their own areas.”The group had a constructive and rewarding series of meetings with board members, management, staff and volunteers at the station to learn at first-hand how a community station operates.Norah Breslin, Rosses CDP Co-Ordinator, thanked everyone at the station for all their support, advice and encouragement. “We want to achieve what ICR has done and know that we can learn a lot from their experiences. ICR has been broadcasting for over 11 years now and has a great reputation.” South West Donegal Community Radio has also been very successful. (More information here The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland may look to secure the future of radio with more regional stations, backed up by small very local community stations.Pictured above: ICR Chairperson Raymond Doherty welcoming Rosses CDP Co-Ordinator Norah  Breslin to the stationPictured below:  Rosses CDP group in ICR studios. ROSSES IS LATEST COMMUNITY RADIO STATION FOR DONEGAL was last modified: January 11th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:donegal community radioICR FMlast_img read more


first_imgStaff from Pramerica with staff and students from Mulroy College celebrating the conclusion of the Skills @ Work Programme facilitated by The Schools’ Business Partnership, Business in the Community Ireland.Pramerica Systems Ireland and Mulroy College in Milford have completed their third successful year of Schools’ Business Partnership.This initiative provides firsthand insight into the business world to senior cycle students from Mulroy College and is part of the Schools’ Business Partnership programme run by Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI).During the programme, employees of Pramerica Systems Ireland provided a number of talks on ‘A Day in the Life of …’; a company overview; and workshops on positive communications, how to build a comprehensive CV; and helped the students develop good interview skills by participating in mock interviews. The students were also brought on a site visit to Pramerica Systems Ireland in Letterkenny and saw the various career opportunities that exist within the ICT and Financial Services industry sectors.“The impact that this initiative has on the students is visible right from day one, it generates an interest and motivation for the students to succeed and to continue to work hard on their studies. The partnership has been invaluable to the school,” said Catherine Crawford, Business Teacher, Mulroy College.A spokesman for Pramerica Systems Ireland said they are also delighted to continue their partnership with Mulroy College.“The commitment from our employees to the programme has been outstanding. It is an invaluable experience – from developing team-building, interpersonal and communication skills to feeling a sense of pride, value and satisfaction in their work.” said Martin Davies, Lead Specialist Platform Engineer, Pramerica Systems Ireland. BITCI said it recognises the ongoing support shown by Pramerica Systems Ireland to the programme, the school and the wider community in Donegal.“Pramerica Systems Ireland have successfully completed this the third year of partnership with Mulroy College and their commitment in supporting and advancing the skills and ideas of the students, to help them prepare for a work life that they will enjoy and be good at is exemplary. This commitment and engagement not only benefits the school but has far reaching impacts on the local community. It is a wonderful demonstration of an organisation’s corporate responsibility,” said Elaine McFadden, Regional Coordinator, Donegal, BITCI.The Schools’ Business Partnership is funded by participating businesses with matching funds provided by the DES under the National Development Plan (NDP). PRAMERICA AND MULROY COLLEGE CONTINUE THEIR UNIQUE RELATIONSHIP was last modified: May 13th, 2013 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:MilfordMulroy Collegepramericalast_img read more

Parents, city irate as kids are locked out of Head Start

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Joan Ohl, a federal commissioner for the Administration for Children, Youth and Families, the federal agency overseeing Head Start programs, said she “could not be sorrier” for the temporary closing, but blamed the civic association for the problem. Last month, the federal agency denied the Latin American Civic Association’s $10 million program application after finding it could not provide adequate service to preschoolers at 26 sites. The federal agency then appointed the Colorado-based Community Development Institute to run the program. But the institute could not obtain the proper state-issued child care permits and leases from the civic association, federal officials said. The civic association contends they were not given enough time, saying they were informed of the transition plan only two weeks ago. “(The federal agency and the institution) weren’t prepared and our kids aren’t in school this week because of them,” said Belinda Barragan, chair of the civic association’s board. “We are working in good faith.” On Tuesday, the association signed over leases to the federal government and agreed to co-license centers, allowing the institute to operate the day-care centers. An angry Los Angeles City Council called for county officials to explain what had happened at the Head Start schools to prompt their sudden closure. “These are our families, our children, who are suffering,” Council President Alex Padilla said. “We had been assured that there would not be an interruption in services. “We need to get some answers, and quick, on what can be done to reopen these schools. Twenty-six schools with 20 to 30 kids each: You do the math. It’s a lot of kids without care.” Rick De La Torre, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Office of Education, declined to comment. Councilman Tony Cardenas said the closures present a particular hardship for single mothers and working families. “I know a lot of employers are not going to be very sympathetic to this and for a lot of women, it will be choice of taking care of their child or losing their job,” Cardenas said. Rachel Uranga, (818) 713-3741 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! With more than 1,400 children locked out of Head Start classrooms in the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys Tuesday, parents scrambled to find day care for their children as city leaders demanded answers from Head Start officials. The temporary shutdown came despite assurances from federal officials that there would be no interruption in services while an outside care provider took over operations from the Latin American Civic Association. Federal officials said the classrooms could re-open at 26 centers as early as Thursday, but parents were skeptical. “I am worried. What am I going to do to take care of my daughter?” said Ruth Castaneda, who had to ask her ailing, diabetic mother to care for her 4-year-old daughter Gina so she could go to work on Tuesday. last_img read more

Medical Matters: What is appendicitis?

first_imgContinuing our very popular medical column, Medical Matters, this week Dr Ciaran Roarty examines the problem of appendicitis.Appendicitis is a painful condition of the abdomen in which the appendix, a small blind-ending outpouching of the gut wall of the large intestine becomes inflamed.It is an emergency which if not treated may lead to a perforation of the appendix and serious illness. We are not entirely sure why we have an appendix and there are various theories. What we do know however is that we can manage just fine if it has to be removed.So how does it become inflamed?The little narrow outpouching can become blocked with trapped indigestible food remnants or hard stools or indeed simply due to enlarged lymph nodes fighting infection.The appendix wall may become hard and swollen and unable to empty leading to bacteria multiplying causing inflammation. Teenagers and young adults are the most commonly affected age group but it can develop at any age. What does it feel like to have appendicitis?Usually, the person feels sick and nauseous with a loss of appetite and a high temperature. The pain starts off as a dull ache around the belly button but gets worse and moves to the lower right side of the tummy. Bloating and diarrhoea may occur. The appendix itself meanwhile swells, fills with pus and if not removed surgically may burst leading to serious illness.How will the doctor diagnose it?Typical symptoms and signs will give your examining doctor clues to the diagnosis and if your GP suspects it, he or she will send you straight to hospital.The trouble is, not everyone has typical symptoms and there is no easy straightforward quick test to diagnose it. A surgeon has to make the final call based on their examination of you along with your history ( the story of your illness) and tests results.Blood tests and urine tests (to rule out infection or pregnancy) are performed and sometimes an ultrasound or CT scan is required also. If your symptoms are very typical, the surgeon may decide to go straight to theatre without waiting for a scan.Could this pain be anything else?There are other things that can mimic the pain of appendicitis such as a kidney stone passing, a urinary tract infection or inflammatory conditions of the bowel such as colitis or Crohn’s disease. In women pelvic, inflammatory disease, a leaking ovarian cyst or midcycle ovulation pain can seem like appendicitis as well as an ectopic pregnancy. Swollen lymph glands around the bowel in children (mesenteric adenitis) can cause pain similar to appendicitis while gallstones pain can also sometimes be confused with appendicitis.So how is it treated?Surgery is required to remove the appendix along with perioperative antibiotics and it one of the most commonly performed operation in the country. It is usually straightforward and often performed by a keyhole operation without any long-term complications.Antibiotics alone have been trialled successfully to treat some appendicitis cases, but as the inflammation often returns it has not become the established practice.The above information is intended as advice only and should you have any concerns contact your own Doctor.Dr Ciarán Roarty MB, BCh BAO MICGP DRCOG Grad. Cert. Obst. Ultrasoundis a full-time GP at Scally McDaid Medical Practice, Scally Place, Letterkenny, Tel,Scally McDaid Medical Practice on FacebookDr Ciaran Roarty at the Scally/McDaid surgery in Letterkenny.Medical Matters: What is appendicitis? was last modified: April 30th, 2018 by Scally McDaid RoartyShare 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