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PNG can host commonwealth games

By on May 26, 2020

first_imgIn his address at the closing ceremony of the XV Pacific Games in Port Moresby he said PNG is proud of its cultures and traditions and can exceed anything.He said PNG can and wants to host the commonwealth games.He said PNG must bid to host the next commonwealth games here in Port Moresby and around the country.Ogio said this has been a very a successful games thanking the volunteers, sponsors and the governemnt for the games.” We wish  Tonga good luck for 2019. Your brothers and sister from Papua New Guinea will help you. I now declare the 2015 Pacific Games closed,” Sir Micheal said.last_img read more

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Mourinho and his interest in Lemar would bring Cavani closer to Atleti

By on May 14, 2020

first_imgWhat is clear is that they will not be able to recover the more than 70 million euros that cost their transfer on the recommendation of Griezmann. Apparently the whole of London want it as a replacement for Erikssen to which it continues raining offers in the present winter market. The Athletic will put all the facilities to the operation and thus be able to immediately close the arrival of Cavani for the lead and the other alternative would be to Paco Alcacer. It has become the focus of current affairs in the Premier. Foot mercato and some more English media point that Tottenham has been launched to try the signing of the red and white Lemar for the present month of January. Until now only the options of Arsenal and Lyon had been discussed. The mattress leaders have the exit of Lemar as their high priority since in case of getting it the arrival of Cavani would be facilitated which remains the priority request of Simeone.last_img read more

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2020 awakens the suffering gene of Girona

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first_imgGirona’s current streak is good, take four games without losing, and the next day, on Saturday before the Ponferradina in Montilivi, there is a new opportunity to continue marking ground and maintain the pulse in the struggle to ascend. Yes, calm and humility. It is what they want to convey both from the club and from the dressing room. It is true that the numbers are not excellent because in the seven games played this year the balance has been three wins, two draws and two losses, but those of Martí have gone more in tow than with the wind in favor. And the data indicates this because he has been losing more time (214 minutes) in the games than winning (170 ‘). Despite this, sign 11 points of 21 not bad and it has served him to be one of the best teams in this period and settle in the promotion playoff. Moreover, with respect to the seventh classified, Numancia and Fuenlabrada, the distance is four points. Martí has ​​instilled in the group the competitiveness and ability to sacrifice. It is paying off because two days ago before Huesca the precipitation did not prevail despite being with one more in the last minutes and he won, with a goal from Samu Saiz, in 94 ‘. And against Depor, last Friday, a point (2-2) was rescued despite falling 2-0. Again with a few minutes of mourning marked by patience, order and know-how. It seems that Girona will reach the end of the season with better sensations and climbed in the good wave. The group of Pep Lluís Martí has ​​been very competitive in recent days and the triumphs against Fuenlabrada and Huesca and the draw against Depor show the mirror in which the block must be looked at if it wants to reach the goal of promotion. For now there is optimism because, waiting for what Zaragoza does in the duel that still has to be played against Albacete, they glimpse the positions of direct ascent to five points. He will have to continue paddling to return to First, but if something is learning this rojiblanco set is to suffer. And especially as of 2020.last_img read more

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Operation Contain Ebola Athletics on ‘Good Friday’

By on January 15, 2020

first_imgA two-day track and field competition which is expected to bring about 400 students from 20 senior high schools is now scheduled to kickoff on ‘Good Friday’ on 18th of April 2014 at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex, in Paynesville.Known as the National High School Athletics Championship, it was deferred from the 11th and 12th of April owing to the tight preliminary rounds’ fixture of the Intra Governmental League.According to the Liberia Athletics Federation (LAF), the championship’s theme is “Athletes for a Better World” under the sub-theme “Operation Contain Ebola.”The championship, which is sponsored by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, is also aimed to recruit young athletes for the Liberia Athletics Federation.The vice president for technical affairs of the LAF, Frederick B. Krah said during the two-day event, there will be sensitization campaign on the prevention of the deadly Ebola disease.He noted that some of the awareness messages will be: Not to eat dead bush animals; Be very careful in handling fresh bush meat; Treat your water with chlorine before drinking; Avoid eating plums/mangoes and other fruits partially eaten by bats; Avoid eating monkeys, bats, and bamboos; Prevent coming in direct contact with body fluids of infected persons or dead persons, amongst others.Mr. Krah said the competition will start with a parade from ELWA junction and an indoor program where a representative from the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Liberia National Olympics Committee and the Inter-School Sports Association and other well wishers, will make brief remarks.Some of the events, according the LAF Technical Manager includ1500m, 100m, 400m 4x400m, high jump, shot put, 800m, 200m and long jump.Krah said a trophy would be awarded to the overall winner of the tournament.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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LMTU Launches One Month Anti-Ebola

By on January 14, 2020

first_imgThe Liberia Motorcyclists Transport Union (LMTU) recently launched a one month national anti-Ebola campaign to show its commitment to the Ebola Must Go Campaign in accordance with a recent commitment made by the Union’s leader during the Ministry of Information regular Ebola press briefing.The LMTU Secretary General Mr. Robert Sammie asserted that the campaign is intended to get motorcyclists actively involved in the fight against the deadly Ebola Virus Disease.He said that during the month long campaign, motorcyclists will carrying anti-Ebola messages and educate other motorcyclists about the necessary Ebola preventive measures.The LMTU Secretary General called on all motorcyclists to stop transporting two passengers at a time adding that they should always dress properly in long sleeve shirts in order to protect themselves from contracting the virus.The Union’s anti-Ebola campaign project was launched under the theme: “Breaking a Mode of Rapid Ebola Transmission by Using Commercial Motorcyclists as Agents of Alert in Liberia”.Chief Rider at Gobachou Red-Light Joseph Kollie who spoke for motorcyclists said, they will continue to contribute positively to the fight against the virus stating that “motorcyclists will no longer be used as a mode of transmission of the deadly Ebola virus.”He asserted that motorcyclists are prepared to join the fight and pledged to protect themselves and their families by observing all the preventive measures given by the Ministry of Health and its partners.Meanwhile, during the launch of their campaign, the Union recognized and distributed jackets to all motorcyclists who were seen observing the Ebola preventive measures such as wearing long sleeves and transporting one passenger at a time as a means of encouraging them to continue what they have already started. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Dr. Kearney Cougars lose to DP Todd Trojans

By on January 12, 2020

first_img**SubmittedA withering second half full court press by the DP Todd Trojans proved too much for the Dr. Kearney Cougars this morning as they fell 56-30 to drop out of contention for the North Central Zone Junior Boys Championship being played in Vanderhoof. The Cougars drop into the Consolation Bracket and will play the Fort Nelson Huskies at 6:00 PM to determine fifth and sixth places in the eight team tournament. The Huskies simply never woke up in time and were crushed by Quesnel Secondary in an early game today. Dr. Kearney looked good for the first half of their game with DP Todd, leading 20 – 14 after sixteen minutes but couldn’t match the Trojans intense full court pressure after the break. “We simply haven’t mastered all the little things we needed to do on the Press Break,” head coach Lars Jorgensen offered in analysis after the loss.  “Our athletes are as good as any here, but we haven’t played at this level often enough to be fully competitive.  More time, more repetitions and more games and we’re right there … just not this time,” he added.  “I would say that we played as well as we could in view of what we’ve been able to teach to this point.  I am pleased with our effort and the way the boys have conducted themselves.  They certainly have no reason to be distressed with their play or the fact that we lost to two good teams.” Brennan Eklund, Eric Hansen and Graham Spitzer each scored eight points in the loss.  Jorgensen singled out Spitzer for his consistent play along with point guard Sterne Jorgensen.  “I think Graham really came into his own this weekend. No matter how much pressure we were under he played extremely well and his pull up jumper is suddenly really solid.” Jorgensen said in closing. In other games, DP Todd and Quesnel were to meet in a quarter final match in the early afternoon with the winner moving on to play either John McInnis or College Heights at 4:30 PM.  The two Prince George schools, seeded #1 and #2, were to square off in the semi final game at 11:30 AM.  The loser dropping back to the B side of the tournament in an attempt to reach the final and a rematch with their cross town rival.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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2011 NLC grads and award winners

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first_imgAbout 500 graduating students from the Fort St. John Campus of Northern Lights College have been recognized in this year’s convocation ceremonies.Susana Tang, a Business Administration diploma program grad was the valedictorian.Faith Bailey, a student in the Social Services Worker diploma program, with a 4.1 grade point average, was the 2011 recipient of the Governor-General’s Bronze Medal.- Advertisement -She’s now employed in the social services field, and has future study plans aimed at acquiring a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work.Meantime, Andrew Lines, an Aircraft Maintenance Engineering student at the Dawson Creek campus was a silver medal winner in the national Skills Canada competition in Quebec City earlier month.He is currently in the second semester of a three semester program, and along with the others involved…several of them college graduates…was put through a gruelling 12 hour competition.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Chetwynd home gutted by fire

By on January 11, 2020

first_imgCHETWYND, B.C. – At 2:30 am on December 23, 2015, the Chetwynd Fire Department responded to a house fire at 4909 46 St.The owner suffered from smoke inhalation and was transported to the Chetwynd Hospital via Ambulance. The home was totally gutted by fire and the cause of the fire is being investigated.18 firefighters attended the scene in frigid temperatures, and thank nearby residents for delivering coffee to the firefighters. The Chetwynd Fire Department is reminding everyone to be extra cautious this Christmas.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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West Ham’s Morrison agrees four-year deal with Lazio

By on January 6, 2020

first_img Ravel Morrison in action for West Ham 1 West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison has agreed a four-year pre-contract with Lazio.The Hammers starlet will move to the Serie A in the summer, when his contract at Upton Park expires.Morrison has fallen out of favour at the east London club and has been sent on loan to Birmingham, Queens Park Rangers and Cardiff in recent seasons.last_img

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Soap star Kirsten Storms arrested for DUI

By on January 3, 2020

first_imgShe was scheduled to appear on Oct. 2 in Van Nuys Municipal Court, Div. 103, according to the Sheriff’s Department. In addition to her role as Bonnie Rockwaller on “Kim Possible,” Storms portrays Belle Black on “Days of Our Lives” and as Maxie Jones on “General Hospital.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Kirsten Storms, a soap opera actress who also appears on Disney’s “Kim Possible,” was arrested in the San Fernando Valley on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, according to the California Highway Patrol, and she is due in court in October. Storms, 23, was arrested early Friday morning after a CHP officer saw a lit cigarette being thrown from her blue Mercedes on the Ventura (101) Freeway near Laurel Canyon Boulevard, according to an arrest report obtained by the celebrity news Web site TMZ.com. Officers “noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from the vehicle,” according to the report, and Storms failed “several sobriety tests.” According to the Sheriff’s Department, Storms was booked for a misdemeanor at 3:27 a.m. Friday at the Van Nuys jail, and was released several hours later after posting $5,000 bail. last_img read more

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