Despite a number of clubs registering interest in the 25-year-old, James said staying with the Titans was always his main priority.”I’m glad we’ve been able to get it all sorted and over the line,” James said. “It’s all come to an end point now and I get to be at the club that I love for the next four years.”I love the Gold Coast, I love playing for the Titans, and my family love that they can come and watch the majority of my games, so that all went into this decision.”They talk about becoming a one-club man and there is potential for it now. I’ll be 29 at the end of this contract, so hopefully I can achieve that and be the person that everyone aspires to be.”Coach Neil Henry is pleased that James has chosen to extend his stay with the club.”Ryan is a key member of our playing squad and I’m extremely pleased that he has committed to the club for a further three years,” Henry said.”He is a member of the leadership group, a terrific trainer, an asset on the field and someone that the younger guys look up to. They are all important attributes we want in our senior players here at the Titans.”
A miner who was apprehended by the Police after cannabis was discovered hidden in his yard found himself before Magistrate Fabayo Azore on Wednesday at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Thirty-nine-year-old Randy Grant, a miner of West Ruimveldt, Georgetown, denied the charge read to him by Magistrate Fabayo Azore.The charge stated that on January 29, 2018 at West Ruimveldt, he had in his possession 704 grams of cannabis for the purpose of trafficking.According to Police Prosecutor Simone Payne, ranks acting on information carried out a search at Grant’s premises. It was during that search that the cannabis was discovered hidden under a plant pot in the yard.As such, Grant was cautioned, arrested, taken into Police custody and later charged with the said offence.He was remanded to prison until February 28, 2018, the date of his next court appearance.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Jilted: Tom DeLay, ex-R-Texas, said he’s dropping out of Congress due to his love for the Republican Party. While the Republican Party said it would continue to like DeLay as a friend, it was seen out on the town with new Majority Leader Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio. “The GOP said they had a really good time and would call,” said a tearful DeLay. “I guess I won’t be getting my record collection back either.” Jolted: While DeLay hammered his way out of Congress, Rep. Cynthia McKinney, D-Ga., tried to punch her way in. An arrest warrant has been issued for McKinney, who hit a Capitol police officer who didn’t recognize her with a cell phone. “I had no control over the phone,” said the crazed congresswoman. “I borrowed it from Naomi Campbell.” Commercial instinct: Sharon Stone has announced that she wants to direct “Basic Instinct 3.” Stone says she will continue starring in the franchise until people are sick and tired of her uncrossing her legs. Has she seen the grosses on her last film? Health coverage that works: In a dramatic move to deal with the higher health costs, the Health Insurance Companies of California Association announced they would increase the deductibles on everything they cover to 100 percent. “We realized that to keep premiums down but our profits up we needed to do something radical,” said HICCA spokesperson Rip Yuoff. “If anyone has a problem with that, they can just leave us and get universal health care.” “Oh, I forgot,” Ripoff chuckled, stroking his long, thin, greasy mustache. “We don’t have universal health care.” Katherine leaving Harris? With her Senate campaign staff in full escape mode, Rep. Katherine Harris, R-Fla., has announced that the latest to depart her organization will be herself. “I feel it will be the best thing for my campaign,” Harris breathlessly explained to an equally breathless Sean Hannity. “This can only make my senatorial campaign leaner and more aerodynamic,” said the melodramatic congresswoman, looking as if she just barely survived an IED explosion at Nordstrom’s makeup counter. Watch out “Entertainment Tonight”: Katie Couric of the “Today Show” is leaving NBC to become prime-time anchor for CBS. CBS president Les Moonves said Couric should bring audiences a more perky newscast. “With the Iraq war, nuclear threat from Iran and global warming,” explained Howard Stern’s best friend, “Katie’s fluffiness will be a welcome distraction from the legitimate news.” Couric would also be brought onto “60 Minutes.” “I see Katie as a more adorable Andy Rooney,” said an unnamed “60 Minutes” makeup artist. “Keeping her from thinning out her eyebrows will be the toughie.” In an unrelated story, Walter Cronkite turned over in his grave and he isn’t even dead. Underage girls a security risk: Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Brian Doyle was arrested, charged with soliciting sex from someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl. The “girl” was in actuality an undercover Polk County sheriff’s computer crimes detective. An unnamed Homeland Security attorney said Doyle believed the underage girl was thinking of driving her bike, armed with anthrax-laden American Girl magazines, into the White House. Someone in the White House said, “Doyley is doing a heckuva job.” Has Saddam stopped beating his wives? In his trial last week, Saddam Hussein admitted ordering the deaths of hundred of Shiites because he thought they were planning to assassinate him. “They had a fair trial,” growled Saddam maniacally. “I asked if they had stopped trying to kill me. Voila guilty.” Hey, ladies, still want to be Tommy’s girl? Word is that Tom Cruise will insist on Katie Holmes not screaming while giving birth. No word if Tom will be able to scream when Katie kicks him in the groin for getting her pregnant. Had a ball: Thank you, UCLA basketball, for giving us a reminder of what it was like. And, most of all, thank you, Coach Wooden, for sticking around to watch it with us.
A WOMAN claimed €68,488 in carer’s allowance and state pension for her late father for nearly three years following his death.Shauna Tynan (53) of 38 Slieve Sneacht Letterkenny has been given a year to come up with the sum of money to be repaid to the Department of Social Protection which, the defendant says, will be raised through the sale of property. Fiona Crawford BL, prosecuting, told Letterkenny Circuit Court that Tynan was in receipt of €32,222 in carer’s allowance, while €34,265.60 in respect of a state pension for her late father were each paid for almost three years following the passing of her father, John James, in October, 2013.Tynan had pleaded guilty to ten sample counts on the matter. Sergeant Harvey Maughan, who was attached to the special investigations unit at the Department of Social Protection, said he began an investigation in July 2016 after receiving information.Sergeant Maughan said that Tynan would have been entitled to six payments after the death of her father. Sergeant Maughan had details of the death of Tynan’s father printed from RIP.ie.The state pension monies were paid into a joint account in the name of Shauna Tynan and her father, while Tynan collected the carer’s allowance in person from the Post Office, Sergeant Maughan told the Court.Sergeant Maughan interviewed Tynan in August 2016, when she said she had begun the process of registering her father’s death but did not complete the process as she was ‘having difficulty dealing with his death’.The Court heard that Tynan is paying the carer’s allowance back with €21.83 per week and has just under €8,000 repaid. The debt in relation to the State Pension is attached to her father’s estate and has not been attached to Tynan yet. Barrister for Tynan, Ms Patricia McCallum, said her client was had suffered ‘severe depression and was completely overwhelmed’ following the death of her father.“Her ability to think and act clearly were severely affected,” Ms McCallum said. “She was effectively a ticking time bomb that was bound to go off at some stage.“She had previously worked as a dress-maker and eked out a meagre living. She did everything for her father, caring for him for seven years, and she did not deal well with his passing. She is still suffering from the effects. “None of the money was used to live a life of luxury and she is making efforts to repay the money.” Ms McCallum said her client’s family had come under attacks on social media following her arraignment. Ms McCallum outlined that her client would be in a position to source the €60,000 that is outstanding by way of selling property. Judge John Aylmer said his starting point would be a two-year prison sentence before taking into account mitigating factors.Judge Aylmer granted a 12-month adjournment for the funds to be repaid.Woman claimed over €68,000 for three years after father’s death was last modified: November 7th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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:Fiona CrawfordJudge John AylmerLetterkenny Circuit CourtPatricia McCallumShauna Tynan
REVEALED Ashley recently took manager Rafa Benitez and the Newcastle squad out for dinner to smooth over the tension at the club Speculation over Jose Mourinho’s future at Manchester United continues to swirl ahead of this weekend’s crunch game against Newcastle United…It is claimed a growing number of players have lost faith in Mourinho and expect he will leave the club soon, with some angry by the manager’s criticism of individuals while refusing to accept responsibility for the Red Devils’ dismal start to the season. (Daily Mirror)Meanwhile, it is claimed Mourinho could be sacked as early as next week if his side lose to Newcastle on Saturday. (The Sun)Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is United CEO Ed Woodward’s preferred candidate to take over at Old Trafford, if Mourinho is sacked. (The Independent) 3 Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Manchester City are interested in signing 20-year-old Swansea defender Joe Rodon, who is out of contract next summer. However, the Swansea-born youngster – currently on loan at Cheltenham – has been urged to stay at the Welsh club, who are working to tie him down to a new deal. (Daily Mirror)David Moyes is a leading contender for the Aston Villa job following Steve Bruce’s departure this week, according to reports. The Scotsman has been touted along with Brentford manager Dean Smith, Shakhtar Donetsk boss Paulo Fonseca, Premier League legends John Terry and Thierry Henry, plus former England boss Sam Allardyce. (Daily Express) Here’s the top transfer news and football gossip from Friday’s newspapers and online… LATEST Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Tottenham boss Pochettino is said to be Man United chiefs’ first choice replacement for Mourinho RANKED Transfer gossip on talkSPORT.com 3 LIVING THE DREAM targets Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ 3 targets Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January And Alexis Sanchez is said to have grown frustrated to the point that he has asked his agent how to address the issue, prompting rumours the Chilean could also look to leave. (The Sun)Zinedine Zidane wanted to poach three Manchester United players while he was in charge at Real Madrid – David de Gea, Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial. (Manchester Evening News)Arsenal are trying to secure the services of Juventus chief executive Giuseppe Marotta, who is leaving the club, but Inter Milan are also keen. (Tuttosport)Tottenham are monitoring PSV Eindhoven’s Mexico winger Hirving Lozano, 23, who impressed at the World Cup. (The Sun)Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has promised to take his players on holiday if they avoid relegation from the Premier League. (Daily Mail) IN DEMAND moving on Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Latest talkSPORT.com exclusives and football headlines:Tony Cascarino says Tottenham need to ditch Hugo LlorisGlenn Hoddle tells Tottenham to forget about the Champions League‘I can’t see Jose Mourinho turning it around at Manchester United’, says Glenn Hoddle on talkSPORT‘Lionel Messi is the best footballer in history’ – Alan Brazil and Dean Saunders reopen GOAT debate‘Argentinian Hazard’ wants to move to Arsenal over Liverpool, Real Madrid and JuventusArsenal transfer news: Five midfielders Gunners could sign in January to replace Aaron Ramsey Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star
More than 50 pupils from schools across Donegal gathered outside County House in Lifford for Donegal’s Climate Strike Protest.The protest, sparked by Buncrana student Conal O’Boyle, saw both primary and secondary school pupils carry placards and chant slogans calling on the Irish Government to play their part in tackling climate change.Conal, a transition student and Crana College in Buncrana, said he was delighted with the turn-out for today’s protest. Some of the students who held the protest outside Donegal County Council headquarters on the lack of Climate Change policies. (North West Newspix)“It is a first and I know other schools across Donegal are holding their own little protests at their schools.“We want the officials and the councillors in there (the council offices) to hear us out there and to realise that we as young people are taking climate change very seriously but we want them to do the same.”Protest organiser Conal O’Boyle addressing the crowd at the headquarters of Donegal County Council. (North West Newspix)He said he wanted people to realise that it is not too late for change.“I understand that all the talk is about Brexit but that will have moved on in years to come but climate change will not have if we do not address it. Some of the students who held at protest outside Donegal County Council headquarters re the lack of Climate Change policies. (North West Newspix)Muireann and Máeve who were Two of the younger protesters at Lifford. (North West Newspix)Some of the students who held at protest outside Donegal County Council headquarters re the lack of Climate Change policies. (North West Newspix)“Things change and we can do something about it beginning with our use of plastics or changing our habits to include simple things like taking our own reusable coffee cups with us,” he said.Among those who supported the students was Independent TD Thomas Pringle as well as upcoming local election candidates Sinead Stewart and Declan Meehan.Protest organisers Conal O’Boyle and Eimear Smith who addressed the crowd at the headquarters of Donegal County Council. (North West Newspix)Among the pupils who attended was 14 students from Meentinadea National School in Ardara.Teacher Aine Mic Giolla Bride said students took a vote as to who wanted to join the protest with 14 out of the entire school population of 22 children deciding to travel.“We are on our sixth Green Flag and the environment and the issue of climate change is very much part of our school day, each and every day. “For some schools, it is about just getting the flag but we prefer to use it as part of the ethos of the school each day.“It’s great to see so many young people here today and I feel it is great that they are able to protest and to question what is happening in Ireland and around the world,” she said.Donegal students let their voices be heard at ‘Climate Strike’ in Lifford was last modified: March 15th, 2019 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:climate changeDonegal County Council
Click HERE if you’re unable to view the gallery on your mobile device. Join us for live news and analysis Monday at 7:30 p.m. when the Warriors look for their third straight victory when they face the Orlando Magic at Oracle.Thanks to improved scoring from stars Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson, the Warriors (14-7) have turned things around since a four-game losing streak and seem back on track. Durant scored 44 and Thompson added 31 in Saturday’s entertaining 117-116 win over …
19 April 2010South African telecommunications operators Telkom and MTN have signed a national roaming agreement that will see Telkom entering the mobile voice and data market in the country.“I am delighted to make known the conclusion of a roaming agreement with MTN that will enhance Telkom’s ability to effectively compete in the mobile marketplace,” Telkom CEO Reuben September said in a statement last week.Mobile strategySince divesting from mobile operator Vodacom, Telkom has been clear about its strategic intent to compete in the mobile market by building its own network in key areas and through strategic partnerships in other areas.Telkom said the roaming agreement with MTN was in keeping with changes in the telecommunications landscape, including the move towards infrastructure sharing between operators.“I regard this agreement as a breakthrough indicator of Telkom’s ability to successfully implement its strategy,” said September.Seamless accessTelkom South Africa MD Pinky Moholi said the agreement paved the way for Telkom to launch its mobile service later this year by offering its customers seamless access to a stable MTN SA network with a substantial national footprint, while continuing to roll out its own mobile base stations.MTN South Africa MD Karel Pienaar said the agreement demonstrated the company’s commitment to provide connectivity for all South Africans, and that they were excited by the synergies and depth of penetration that could be unlocked through the combination of the two companies’ extensive reach.“It not only reduces duplication and infrastructure roll-out and maintenance costs, but also leads to effective utilisation of available network capacity,” said MTN chief executive Phuthuma Nhleko.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
Homepage counter at 5:11 am Seattle time on February 28Join Geocaching in celebrating a major milestone! The 2 millionth active geocache was published on February 28 at approximately 5:11am Seattle time. It’s located in Australia. The 2 millionth active geocache is Overwatch #1 (GC46N4E). The traditional geocache is rated a terrain 3.5, difficulty 3.5 and promises to take geocachers to a lookout over the city of Alice Springs. As of 6:12am Seattle time, the geocache has not yet been found.To celebrate this milestone – Geocaching will be rewarding the global community with previously unreleased Geocaching Souvenirs. Hundreds of thousands of geocachers will receive never-before released country and region souvenirs. Find details here. Geocachers also have a new way to thank geocache hiders. Share this new “Thank a Geocache Hider” video with those who place and maintain geocaches so many enjoy.Click to see the latest Geocaching Souvenirs to be releasedDon’t forget to spread the word about geocaching by checking out and sharing the Celebrating 2 Million Infograph, and the videos 2 Million Geocaches in 1 Minute and Travel Bug® Travels. SharePrint RelatedNew Geocaching Souvenirs – Celebrating 2 Million Active GeocachesFebruary 27, 2013In “Community”Thank you to the Geocache Hiders Video – Celebrating the 2 Millionth Active GeocacheFebruary 27, 2013In “Community”What 2 Million Active Geocaches Means to MeMarch 4, 2013In “Community” Share with your Friends:More
Google is announcing a new contest for local would-be heroes.The Map Maker Global Competition, which challenges users to add high-quality data on universities, schools, hospitals and medical clinics in Google Map Maker, will run from Dec. 15, 2009 to Jan. 31, 2010. The grand prize for the user who adds the greatest quantity of data is a $50,000 UNICEF donation to the winner’s home country.The winning team or user will moreover receive a VIP tour from UNICEF officials of the local projects that will benefit from the donation as well as an all-expenses-paid trip to the Google Super Mappers 2010 conference. Top mapping contributors will appear on Google Map Maker and ultimately on Google Maps.Google’s Map Maker shows users satellite images and asks them to add data to make actually useful maps. These citizen cartographers can add directions, streets, schools and more; data is subject to peer moderation. The app is available in English, Spanish, French, Russian, Romanian and Vietnamese, and in more than 170 countries. UNICEF representative Gerrit Beger told Google, “We know that mapping is a proven method to enhance community development. Google Map Maker is a powerful tool to create better situational awareness for both young people and communities at large. It will enable organizations like ours to better deliver services, respond to crises and adapt to change.”Google has also just wrapped up a similar competition focusing on Latin America. In that event, more than 50 teams from all over the world participated, which led to a 500 percent increase in mapping activity for several Latin American countries. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#Google#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting jolie odell Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market