first_imgMANCHESTER, England (AP): Pep Guardiola sat with his arms folded, frustration clearly building inside him. The Manchester City manager was fielding another question about the seemingly uncertain future of Sergio Aguero and could not disguise his displeasure. “I spoke 10 times about that. Ten times. You know my opinion,” Guardiola said, snappily. “He is so happy. I am so happy. We are happy. 10 times I answer. No more please.” Unfortunately for Guardiola, there’s little hope of the Aguero talk dying down. Not when the striker is fuelling the conversation himself. Aguero had just scored two goals for the second straight game in City’s 5-1 win over Huddersfield in the FA Cup on Wednesday when he addressed his future at a club where he is regarded as a great. Despite proclamations from the club that it wants him to stay, Aguero said he has yet to receive such assurances in person. “One thing is that the club officially says it and another thing is to tell me,” Aguero said. “My intention is to stay. The club can say what it wants but in June they will have to meet with me.” Aguero’s future is shrouded in doubt because he lost his place in the team to new signing Gabriel Jesus, a 19-year-old Brazil striker. For four straight games, Aguero started among the substitutes, getting a few minutes here and there as his new teammate slotted seamlessly into City’s attack and scored three goals. It was an unusual situation for Aguero, one of the world’s most highly regarded strikers. He only got his place back in City’s team because Gabriel Jesus broke a bone in his foot against Bournemouth, which will rule him out for most of the rest of the season. Aguero’s future will likely be sorted out in the offseason, and he won’t be satisfied with starting the 2017-18 campaign as City’s second-choice striker. The return of Aguero, however, has coincided with some strong attacking showings from City, which have scored 10 goals in their last two games entertaining victories over Monaco in the Champions League and then Huddersfield. Aguero is working harder off the ball, something Guardiola has demanded of him, and demonstrating his typical potency in front of goal. “It’s (getting) much better and that makes me confident,” Guardiola said. “We are far away from the first game in the Premier League.” That was against Sunderland at Etihad Stadium, and City needed an 87th-minute own-goal to scrape a 2-1 victory. Seven months later, the teams meet again tomorrow, with City in third place and Sunderland in last. It will be a good yardstick as to City’s progress under Guardiola. “We are in a good moment now,” said Guardiola, whose team is unbeaten in eight games, “but we have to repeat every single game, again and again.”last_img read more

first_imgFollowing Criminal Court ‘D’ jury’s unanimous guilty verdict brought down against the six robbers of Ecobank’s Zwedru Branch in Grand Gedeh County, the Court on Friday, January 10, sentenced the men to four years imprisonment each at the Monrovia Central Prison.Sentencing the men, Judge Yussif D. Kaba declared that “these six individuals are hereby sentenced to a prison term of four years each.With the period already served in pre-trial detention considered as part and parcel of the time for which they are sentenced,” the Criminal Court ‘D’ Judge stated.“The clerk of this court is hereby ordered to issue out the necessary commitments of the convicted men to be committed in a common cell of Montserrado County to serve their period of the sentence as provided for by law. It is so ordered,” Judge Kaba instructed, “After that they would be free.”Only four of the six convicted men were present in court, when they were sentenced to four years each of prison.It was not entirely clear what was responsible for the other two convicted men not being present in court the day of their ruling.Although judicial sources hinted to the Daily Observer that the men were absent due to illness.  Flanked with their lawyers and their family members who had been with them during the trial, the convicted men were seen in a jubilant mood, following Judge Kaba’s ruling.They were heard encouraging their families by saying “lets accept the Judge’s ruling. We’ve only received a short jail sentence. Don’t worry about it.”James Philip Toe, Armah Gbah, IK Ogbe, Washington W. Mulbah, Daniel Kannah, Mark Baforee, and Sampson Toe were indicted in Grand Gedeh County in November 2012.Legally, the location where an alleged crime is committed is where the accused individual has to face justice. But, that did not happen in the case of the robbers; instead their trial was transferred to Monrovia; apparently stemming from insecurity fears on the part of the accusers as well as the Court.They were indicted for allegedly attempting to rob Ecobank’s Branch in Grand Gedeh County, where they broke into the bank’s premises before being arrested by officers of the Emergency Response Unit of the Liberian National Police (LNP).Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgThe Big Cash Drag Races took place down at the Airport Drag Strip.  Picture: Amber DavyRacers line up in the pits to wait their turn to compete in the Drag Race. Picture: Amber DavyThe riders in the Motorcycle Toy Run leave the parking lot of the Northwood Hotel to make their way down to Taylor.                                                       Picture: Amber Davy- Advertisement –Before heading down to Taylor, the motorcyclists make an appearance at the Drag Races, hoping to raise more money for the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation. Picture: Amber Davylast_img read more

first_imgThis report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 7, 2019.Companies in this story: (TSX:ECA)The Canadian Press CALGARY — Encana Corp. says its new head office will be in Denver following a reorganization that will include changing its name to Ovintiv.The Calgary-based company didn’t say which city would be its home base when it announced last week it would establish a “corporate domicile” in the United States to replace its longstanding home in Calgary.The Denver decision, revealed in a corporate filing on Thursday, was expected because CEO Doug Suttles, a Texan, lives in Denver and it is the headquarters for the company’s U.S. operations.- Advertisement -Suttles has said the change in corporate home is meant to help the company tap into a deeper pools of U.S. passive investor capital.But one of Encana’s founders, Gwyn Morgan, has said the move south and name change are signs Canada’s energy industry has gone from being viewed as “positive to pariah.”The new name, the new corporate headquarters and a plan to consolidate Encana’s shares are to go to a shareholder vote early next year.Advertisementlast_img read more

first_img0Shares0000Senegal players go to celebrate with Mbaye Niang after he got what proved to be their winner against Poland © AFP / Alexander NEMENOVSOCHI, Russian Federation, Jun 20 – Senegal are proving to be Africa’s saving grace at the World Cup. Their win over Poland on Tuesday was a rare bright moment among six defeats out of six for the continent’s other representatives in Russia.After Nigeria and Algeria both reached the knockout phase four years ago, following Ghana’s run to the quarter-finals in 2010, it is looking like 2018 will be a step backwards for Africa on the biggest stage. Two of their teams are already eliminated. – Salah, Egypt out –Following all the excitement surrounding their first appearance at the finals since 1990, the Pharaohs have been knocked out already after just a week of competition.Hector Cuper’s side have been hampered by Mohamed Salah coming into the tournament with a shoulder injury.He played no part in the 1-0 defeat against Uruguay in Yekaterinburg.Mohamed Salah (L) and Egypt endured a difficult night against Russia and are already staring at the World Cup exit door © AFP / Giuseppe CACACEOn Tuesday, Salah was back but unable to prevent Egypt from losing 3-1 to Russia in Saint Petersburg, his late penalty proving a mere consolation.“It is very difficult to know what would have happened (had he not been injured) but we know the quality he has,” said Cuper.Egypt have still never won a match at the World Cup in six attempts. Only Honduras (nine) have played more games at the finals without a single victory.– Morocco eliminated –Herve Renard’s Morocco did not concede a single goal in their final qualifying group. But scoring goals has been their big problem in Russia.Despite two encouraging displays against Iran and Portugal, the Atlas Lions have no goals, no points and are guaranteed to make a group-stage exit.Morocco now know they will be going home at the end of the group phase after two defeats in their first two outings © AFP / Kirill KUDRYAVTSEVIt took a late own-goal from Aziz Bouhaddouz to condemn them to a 1-0 defeat against Iran in their opener.On Wednesday, Cristiano Ronaldo’s early header gave Portugal a 1-0 victory in Moscow and Morocco’s second-half onslaught was in vain.But despite being the first nation to be knocked out, the hope will be that this can be a learning curve for their talented younger players.“We qualified for a World Cup after 20 years of absence and we showed that we can play football,” said Renard.– ‘Naive’ Nigeria –Gernot Rohr’s Super Eagles were poor as they started their campaign with a 2-0 defeat against Croatia in Kaliningrad in a difficult group.Nigeria’s teenage goalkeeper Francis Uzoho comes to claim the ball during his side’s defeat at the hands of Croatia © AFP / Attila KISBENEDEKOghenekaro Etebo’s own-goal and a Luka Modric penalty did for a Nigerian team almost unrecognisable from that beaten by France in the last 16 four years ago.Epitomising this youthful side was Francis Uzoho, who at 19 years and seven months became the second-youngest goalkeeper to play in a World Cup.“Sometimes we were a little bit naive on set pieces but we will work on it,” said Rohr, whose team face Iceland next, then Argentina.– Tough on Tunisia –Tunisia coach Nabil Maaloul had confidently asserted before the World Cup that his side would qualify from a group also containing Belgium and England and they almost held Gareth Southgate’s side to a draw in Volgograd in their opening game.They recovered from conceding an early goal and losing goalkeeper Mouez Hassen to injury, equalising courtesy of a Ferjani Sassi penalty.Tunisia goalkeeper Mouez Hassen comes off against England, his World Cup already over © AFP / Mark RALSTONHowever, Harry Kane’s late strike saw the north African side lose 2-1, and they have now gone 12 World Cup games without winning since beating Mexico in 1978.Only Bulgaria (17 games) have endured a longer drought, and it is hard to see them ending their run when they play Belgium next, with Hassen out of the rest of their campaign.– Senegal dream of 2002 repeat –Having seen their fellow Africans toil, Senegal did their bit by battling to a 2-1 win over Poland on Tuesday in Group H.Sadio Mane was seen as the man dangerman, but it was the pace of Mbaye Niang, and a mistake by Poland goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, that clinched it for Senegal after Thiago Cionek’s own goal put them ahead.The Lions of Teranga are now dreaming of a repeat of their run to the quarter-finals in 2002.“Of course we represent our country but I can also guarantee that the whole of Africa is supporting us,” said impressive Senegal coach Aliou Cisse.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

first_imgMORE than 500 brave souls braved the rain to take part in today’s Half Marathon in Letterkenny.Freddy Sittuk was first home.But hats off to Natasha Adams from Letterkenny AC who came home in second place in a superb time of 1.16.21. 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first_imgThe Marie Keating Foundation will hold a free breast cancer seminar in Gallagher’s Hotel, Letterkenny this Friday, 23 October for women affected by breast cancer and their loved ones.The event will take place from 1.30pm to 4.30pm and include an overview of breast cancer, given by Prof Michael Sugrue, Letterkenny General Hospital, a talk by Dr Janice Richmond, Advanced Nurse Practitioner.A breast cancer survivor will tell her story and the seminar will also include a session on mindfulness given by Patricia Swann, a local complementary therapist. The seminar is free of charge but registration is essential.You can register at or by calling Angela Egan on 01 628 3726. Speaking ahead of the seminar, Helen Forristal, Director of Nursing Services, the Marie Keating Foundation, said, “One in ten women in Ireland will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some stage in their life so it is a disease that affects many of us, be it personally or through someone we are close to. This seminar is designed to give you a better understanding of breast cancer and how you or a loved one can prevent, fight and recover from the disease. The more we know about cancer, the more empowered we are so I hope to see as many of you as possible there.”This event is kindly supported by Roche.Women attending the event are invited to bring along an old or unwanted bra as part of the Marie Keating Foundation’s Give Your Bra for Breast Cancer campaign.The campaign, which is proudly supported by Roche, will see the Marie Keating Foundation receive €1 for every bra donated throughout the month. There are also drop off points around the country, including Marks & Spencer stores, Harvey Norman stores, Sam McCauley Chemists, and others. The full list of drop off points is available at Bras can also be posted to the Marie Keating Foundation. This year, the cancer foundation is also calling on people to celebrate breast cancer survivors and women currently going through the disease by uploading a photo of a bra to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using #SayBravo and texting BRAVO to 50030 to donate €2 to the Marie Keating Foundation.100% of your donation goes to the Marie Keating Foundation across most network operators. Some operators apply VAT which means that a minimum of €1.63 will go to Marie Keating Foundation. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 076 680 5278SURVIVE AND THRIVE BREAST SEMINAR TO BE HELD IN LETTERKENNY was last modified: October 21st, 2015 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:breast cancerdonegalletterkennyseminarlast_img read more

first_imgJohannesburg, 29 November 2013 – Brand South Africa, in support of World AIDS Day on 1 December 2013, urges all South Africans to play our part in knowing our HIV and Aids status.The global theme for World Aids Day is comprised of three messages: “Zero New HIV infection, Zero Discrimination, and Zero Aids related deaths”. This theme announced in 2011, will continue until 2015.South Africa has made strides in addressing HIV and Aids in the country and one of the greatest achievements has been Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi’s announcement in April 2013 that we would be introducing a single dose ARV pill.Brand South Africa Director: Strategic Marketing and Communications Ms Wendy Tlou said, “In keeping with the global theme, it is important that all South African’s play their part by actively taking steps to be responsible and know their HIV status. South Africa is making great strides in its fight against the spread of HIV and AIDS through the launch of the single-dose ARV pill. This does not however suggest that South African citizens should become complacent in their behaviours and awareness towards HIV and AIDS.”About Brand South AfricaBrand South Africa is the official marketing agency of South Africa, with a mandate to build the country’s brand reputation, in order to improve its global competitiveness abroad. Its aim is also to build pride and patriotism among South Africans, in order to contribute to social cohesion and nation brand ambassadorship.Further resources from Brand South AfricaMedia are invited to visit for further resources which can be reproduced without any copyright infringement.  Kindly attribute to Brand South Africa.Follow Brand South Africa@Brand_SA ( us how you Play Your Part #DoBestFor more information or to set up interviews, please contact: Arahna SinghBrand South Africa CommunicationsTel: +27 11 712 5061 Mobile: +27 (0) 82 491 2332Email: arahnas@brandsouthafrica.comEndslast_img read more

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ReadWriteWeb staff are boarding planes from all around the world to join what should be a great day of high-impact conversations about the changing internet.If you’d like to join us on-site you should go buy your ticket now. We need to know how many people are going to be there in order to get enough food and be prepared – so tickets will go up from the current price of $270 on Wednesday at Noon PST. After that time the price will go up to $495. You can see who’s coming already on the list below and see what kinds of things will be discussed here, here and a big picture here.If you’re going to be joining us for the event, you’re also invited to a no-host pre-event gathering the night before. We’ll be at St. Stephen’s Green an Irish Pub on Castro in Mountain View at 7:15. We hope to see you there, too!Participants Signed-up So Farlast_img read more

first_imgAmanda Razani Tags:#driverless car#Internet of Things#IoT#Self-Driving#Taiwan#Uber IT Trends of the Future That Are Worth Paying A… Related Posts How Connected Communities Can Bolster Your Busi…center_img Surveillance at the Heart of Smart Cities How IoT Will Play an Important Role in Traffic … On Friday, David Plouffe, chief strategic adviser of Uber Technologies Inc, announced intentions to create a new market and assist smart cities with developing better transportation systems, instead of generating competition.While at a technology forum in Taipei, Plouffe went on to explain that a lot of Uber clients aren’t taxi users, and that the company gives opportunities for drivers to create an extra income for themselves, outside of their main careers.See also: Uber self-driving fleet in Pittsburgh goes livePlouffe said that ride-sharing is similar to hiring a vehicle with a driver, yet it differs in many ways too. The legal rules that regulate markets are necessary, and Uber stated it would like to assist governments with changing the regulations for ride-sharing and lowering the entry barrier to the ride-sharing market.This response came after the Taiwanese government repeatedly fined Uber for violating regulations on running a transportation business and even contemplated taking away its investment permit. The government also looked into tax evasion accusations against Uber in Taiwan.Uber Taiwan is currently registered as a software firm, but the government said it wanted to regulate Uber as a transportation company. Minister without Portfolio, Andrey Tang, who regulates digital policy, met with Plouffe on Friday to discuss differing views on transportation networks and regulations that govern ride-sharing services.Call for governments to step up on ride-sharingKnown for his work on US President Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, Plouffe said that government leaders should discuss their goals with the public and share how they plan to accomplish them, even though they might experience some negative push-back.He went on to explain that the Taiwanese government must show courage and determination, if Taiwan has goals to build an Asian version of Silicon Valley, develop a ride-sharing economy or have third-party payments.Plouffe explained that with government bureaucracy playing a large role, officials need to develop plans and coordinate goals alongside other leaders, in order to accomplish those goals together.last_img read more