Pingris wants to see more from Acox amid subpar showing in semis It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netSean Manganti emerged as the unlikely hero for Adamson on Wednesday when he scored the game-winner that lifted the Soaring Falcons past University of the Philippines, 73-71, in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament.The 6-foot-3 forward grabbed his second rebound of the game and nailed the game-winning putback that gave the Soaring Falcons a 4-2 record and a share of third place in the standings.ADVERTISEMENT In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. How to help the Taal evacuees Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up MOST READ Fortunately, Manganti was behind Sarr and had the presence of mind to go for the winner as the seconds wound down.“I told him [Sarr] ‘good pass,’” said Manganti who finished with eight points. “He should’ve had a clear layup, he was right there, he blew it. I’m glad I was there to save us.” OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson View comments For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Manganti who was, as the cliché goes in “right place at the right time,” said he was surprised when Adamson center Papi Sarr missed his putback attempt.READ: Manganti game-winner lifts Adamson past UPFEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogSarr collected the rebound after Jerrick Ahanmisi missed his long jumper with the scores tied at 71-71 with less than 10 seconds left in the game, but missed a wide-open attempt at the basket.“I was like ‘what the [expletive]?!’” said Manganti Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. DAY6 is for everybody Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 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 LATEST STORIES
Dr. Herman B. Browne was inducted as the seventh president of Cuttington University on Sunday, January 15 by the Most Reverend Jonathan B.B. Hart, Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Liberia & Archbishop of the Internal Province of West Africa. The event, attended by government officials, faculty, students, friends and well-wishers, was held at the Cuttington University’s Main Campus in Suakoko, Bong County. During the induction and surrounded by his wife and children, Bishop Hart promised to Dr. Browne all the support needed to take Cuttington University to the next level. He reminded Dr. Browne that the task at Cuttington University is filled with challenges but promised to provide guidance. He was given the CU Charter, the key to access all the university’s facilities and the seal.In his remarks Dr. Browne promised to take CU to another level. He said that things will be done as usual and reminded all CU employees that changes are on the way. “These changes,” he said, “will be done in the interest of moving CU forward.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
– Improve 98A Avenue from 93 Street to 94 Street– Major maintenance on 85 Avenue from 88 Street to 91 Street– Road upgrades on 98 Avenue from 100 Street to 102 Street– Road upgrades on 112 Street from 100 Avenue to 102 AvenueAdvertisement – Road upgrades on 87 Avenue from 74 Street to 78A Street– Road upgrades on 108 Avenue from 96 Street to 98 Street– Road upgrades on 97 Avenue from 98 Street to 100 Street– Road upgrades on 92 Street from 100 Avenue to 102 Avenue– Road upgrade on 91 Avenue from 75 Street to 78A StreetAdvertisement The Capital Budget is broken down in four segment; Road and other Infrastructure, Facilities, Water and Sewer, and Equipment. The budget within each segment is allocated from the Fair Share Reserve Fund, except for the Water and Sewer budget, which is received from the Development Cost Charges Fund.The following is a list of the proposed projects budgeted for the 2015-2019 fiscal years:Road and other Infrastructure- Advertisement -– Improvements to the Bypass and Frontage roads– Transform 100 Street into four lanes– Improve 75 Street from 85 Avenue to 93 AvenueAdvertisement – Road upgrade on 85 Avenue from 79 Street to East Bypass Road– Road upgrade on 110 Street from 100 Avenue to 102 Avenue– Sidewalk and streetlights on 86 Street from 89 Avenue to Alaska Highway Frontage road– Traffic signals from 100 Street to 117 Avenue– Prioritize and phase in new storm sewersAdvertisement – Convert street lights into LED– Traffic signal control upgrades– Pedestrian controlled crosswalks– Traffic signal upgrades, i.e. left turn signalsFacilities– Upgrades to the exterior of the North Peace Arena– Maintenance on the Charlie Lake Boat Launch rotary washroom– Rotary Skate Park refurbishment and washrooms– Development of new parks– Public Works expansion– Improvements to existing parks– Upgrades to the North Peace Cultural Centre– Urban tourism Sign plan– Planning and design renovations to City Hall, including the IT room, boiler and fire suppression– Internal and external upgrades to the Curling Club, including renovations to the 2nd floor kids arena i.e. ventilation system, and lighting upgrades– Prospects of creating future Matthew’s Park washroom, trails and neighboring parks– Refurbishment to the Pomeroy Sports Centre’s bleachers, waste heat recovery, snow chute, meeting/staff room relocation, water treatment for ice making, acoustics and dehumidifier Water and Sewage– Sewage and lift station upgrades– Micro-Hydro construction on south lagoon– Complete fencing around south lagoon– North lagoon upgrades, including water main looping and fire hydrant installations, high lift pump station, well rehabilitation, refurbishment of the 500 HP pump and HVAC upgrades Equipment– Purchase a bylaw vehicle– Purchase of folder inserter machine– Purchase of electronic management system– Upgrade Council Chamber’s AV system– Purchases for the city also include an excavator, snowblower, street sweepers and a scissor lift to name a fewThe city will be holding a public consultation meeting on October 28 inside Council Chambers, an effort to allow the community to learn more about the proposed budget, while also giving council the opportunity to gage the priorities of community members.
– Advertisement -“Anytime we open up the international market for supplying natural gas, that helps Western Canada, and particularly Northwestern Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia.” “We got the Northeast (B.C.) Mayors and the Chambers of Commerce (onboard). I knew that Mayor Given because I was involved in a group with him not very long ago in regards to some work they were doing in regards to Bill C-69. So, I knew there was an organization that Bill was very involved in over there.” said Bumstead SAGUENAY, QC – A proposed Quebec LNG plant has received the backing from Peace Country, politicians Dawson Creek Mayor Dale Bumstead and Grande Prairie Mayor Bill Given. According to the article. there is already opposition lining up in Quebec, plus Premier Francois Legault is on record as saying his province “doesn’t want Alberta’s dirty energy.” In an article written by Curtis Galbraith with Everything GP reports, a $7-billion idea to build an LNG plant in Saguenay, Quebec, would process natural gas from Western Canada in which Bumstead and Given have written letters in support of the proposal called Energie Saguenay. Bumstead shared the Mayor of Saguenay, plus a lot of people there, want this project to go ahead. He adds many other Peace Region municipalities are also backing this project. “So, for me, opening up another one to two billion cubic feet of gas a day is very positive for the economic fortunes of our communities and our regions, both in the Alberta and British Columbia Peace Regions.” In the article, according to Bumstead, the plant would process 1.5-billion cubic feet of gas a day. The desire is to have it operational by 2025. Hope is a new plant would supply liquefied natural gas to international markets as a replacement for things like coal and fuel oil. “To me, the message and what we are trying to demonstrate here is that we do the development of the natural gas industry better than anybody else in North America and if they’re going to source the gas, they should be sourcing it from Northern Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia.”Advertisement
With the All Ireland Football Final just hours away, Daithi O Se and Daniel O’Donnell put forward their arguments in honour of the ‘green & gold’…Click play to hear what happened next……. HEAR WHAT HAPPENED WHEN DANIEL O’DONNELL TOOK ON DAITHI O SE IN TODAY FM SONG CHALLENGE was last modified: September 20th, 2014 by John2Share 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:ALL-IRELAND FINALDaithi O Sedaniel o’donnelldonegalKerry
Lagan Harps FC News:Our ladies team suffered heartbreak in the WFAI Intermediate cup when they bowed out 4-3 to Ballina. Trailing 3-1 they fought back 3-3.The equaliser came from a penalty in which Amy Boyd got injured. Amy had to leave the field and as they had already used their only substitute they had to play the last ten minutes with ten players. Ballina then scored in the final minute. The team did well considering they travelled without a number of their more experienced players.The young players replacing them did exceptionally well. Scorers were Caroline Gallagher(2) and Amy Boyd.Best wishes to Amy for a speedy recovery from her injury. One of our other players Emma Mc Kinley lost her uncle Billy in tragic circumstances and we extend our deepest sympathy to her and her family. Our u/16 girls overcame Donegal Town 4-2 in a thrilling game in the Orchard. Ciana Brogan(2), Bronagh Gallagher and Holly Canning were the scorers. The night before our u/14’s lost 2-1 away to Donegal Town with Bronagh Gallagher also scoring. Our u/12’s took part in a blitz in Bonagee where they won their three games while our u/10’s won their three games in a blitz. Our u/8 and u/10 boys were also in action in blitzes while our u/11 boys played a couple of friendlies as they gear up for the Foyle cup. Our u/10 boys and ladies teams are also competing in the Foyle cup which takes place from 20th-24th July. In our weekly lotto the numbers drawn were 1,10,15 and 18. Chris Toner had three numbers and won E50. Next weeks jackpot is E5,500. Best wishes also for a speedy recovery to Michael Boyle, who was ill recently.Manor 5km. The Manor 5km takes place next Tuesday night at 7.30pm. Registration is in the Resource Centre from 6.00pm. We are returning to the old route, starting above the Post Office. Entry is E8.00 for adult runners and E5 for walkers and juvenile runners.SOCCER NEWS: LAGAN HARPS LADIES SUFFER HEARTBREAK IN WFAI INTERMEDIATE CUP was last modified: June 23rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAALagan HarpsNoticessoccer
Sinn Féin Finance spokesperson Pearse Doherty has accused Minister for Finance of “feigning outrage” and “adopting a Pontius Pilate approach to excessive bankers pay” after new details of bank bosses pay were revealed.Deputy Doherty made the comments after Minister Noonan detailed “further shocking revelations” on bankers pay in AIB and Bank of Ireland.Deputy Doherty said: “Today under questioning Minister for Finance Michael Noonan revealed that 165 top executives on Bank of Ireland and AIB are receiving salaries in excess of €200,000 per year. 55 of these are earning over €300,000 per year. Twenty-eight are earning more than €400,000 per year. “It is my understanding that the minister has not written to the management of either bank asking for voluntary reductions in the excessive salaries of any of these 165 individuals.“The Minister initiated a review 18 months ago which has not yet concluded. Recently he brought in Mercer Consultants to assist with the review at a cost to the taxpayer €120,000.“In response to my questions today the minister expressed what can only be described as fake outrage. Despite all his bluster he is adopting a Pontius Pilate approach to excessive bankers pay.“Like something out of an episode of Yes Minister, Noonan is trying to hide behind a review as an excuse for not taking the action that everyone is demanding. “Public and private sector workers have seen their salaries and pensions reduced significantly since the start of the crisis. The vast majority of these workers are on low to middle incomes.“Yet the government continues to protect the excessive pay and pensions of top bankers, many of whom played leading roles in the events that caused the economic crisis in the first place.“It is time for the minister to act and introduce the necessary legislation to bring these excessive pay-outs to an end.”Full details of the Dail exchange are below:DÁIL QUESTION NO 40To ask the Minister for Finance the number of staff that are on a total remuneration package including pension payments, allowances and benefits of between €100,000 and €200,000, between €200,000 and €300,000, between €300,000 and €400,000 and the number with more than €500,000 at Allied Irish Bank..– Sandra McLellan. (Nominated by: Pearse Doherty).For ORAL answer on Thursday, 15th November, 2012. Ref No: 50510/12REPLYMinister for Finance ( Mr Noonan) : AIB has provided me with the following information on current annual total remuneration packages:-Total remuneration € Number of Employees*100,000 – 200,000 1,159200,000 – 300,000 85300,000 – 400,000 8400,000 – 500,000 10500,000+ –* AIB had 14,501 members of staff at the end of 2011AIB fully recognises the absolute requirement to reduce staff costs across all areas of the business as they seek to return the bank to viability and drive value for the State as shareholder. The bank has taken, and continues to implement, changes to its pay and benefits structure within the confines of contractual obligations and seeking agreement with the Unions.AIB has taken the following specific actions to address remuneration levels: reductions in pay and benefits of higher earners ranging from 7.5% to 15% implemented in H2 2012; defined benefit pension scheme to close from end 2012 for future service; other long standing staff benefits have been withdrawn. For other staff a pay freeze has been in operation since 2008 and the bank is in discussion with the IBOA to extend this to 2014.A voluntary severance program aimed at reducing staff numbers by 2,500 by 2014 is ongoing. This program is weighted to candidates exiting under early retirement as this population of staff, given their length of service, would typically be amongst the highest historical earners. AIB is on track to meet its target of 2,500 voluntary departures and this is expected to result in annual savings to the bank in excess of €200m.AIB is fully participating in the Government’s review of remuneration levels in the Covered Institutions. Including pensions and all other applicable benefits there are no staff members in AIB earning in excess of €500,000 per annum.Excluding benefits and pensions, as of November 2012, c. 5% of staff have a base salary in excess of €100,000. Of these staff members, c.59% earn a base salary of between €100,000 – €125,000 and c. 91% earn a base salary of between €100,000 and €175,000. The number of staff earning more than €100k on a base salary basis has reduced by 15% since Dec 2011 and 31% since end 2008. By end 2012 the number of staff on base salaries of greater than €100,000 is projected to decrease to 700 staff, or a reduction of 18% from end 2011 or 33% from end 2008.AIB is in the process of implementing changes to staff pensions and benefits with discussions ongoing with staff and the Unions. AIB is committed to ensuring that all elements of pay, including base pay and benefits, are in line with the bank’s operating performance and recognise the materially altered environment for Bank’s operating in Ireland. All changes need to be made against a backdrop of historical contracts that were put in place in a different operating and ownership environment.DÁIL QUESTIONNO 65To ask the Minister for Finance if he will provide in tabular form, with respect of Allied Irish Bank, the number of staff whose annual salary at 31 December 2011 fell into the bands €400,000 and above, €300,000 to €399,000, €200,000 to €299,999 and €150,000 to €199,000..– Michael Colreavy. (Nominated by: Pearse Doherty).For ORAL answer on Thursday, 15th November, 2012.Ref No: 50511/12REPLYMinister for Finance ( Mr Noonan) : AIB has provided me with the following information on annual salaries as at 31st December 2011:-Basic Salary € Number of Employees*150,000 – 199,999 134200,000 – 299,999 44300,000 – 399,999 8400,000+ 4* AIB had 14,501 members of staff at the end of 2011End 2012 – projectedBasic Salary €Number of Employees150,000 – 199,999 96200,000 – 299,999 24300,000 – 399,999 11400,000+ 2By end 2012 those employees with a base salary of over €150,000 is projected to have reduced by 52% from end 2008 and by 30% from end 2011.AIB fully recognises the absolute requirement to reduce staff costs across all areas of the business as they seek to return the bank to viability and drive value for the State as shareholder. The bank has taken, and continues to implement, changes to its pay and benefits structure within the confines of contractual obligations and seeking agreement with the Unions.AIB has taken the following specific actions to address remuneration levels: reductions in pay and benefits of higher earners ranging from 7.5% to 15% implemented in H2 2012; the defined benefit pension scheme is to close from end 2012 for future service and other long standing staff benefits have been withdrawn. For other staff a pay freeze has been in operation since 2008 and the bank is in discussion with the IBOA to extend this to 2014.A voluntary severance program aimed at reducing staff numbers by 2,500 by 2014 is on-going. This program is weighted to candidates exiting under early retirement as this population of staff, given their length of service, would typically be amongst the highest historical earners. AIB is on track to meet its target of 2,500 voluntary departures and this is expected to result in annual savings to the bank in excess of €200m.AIB is fully participating in the Government’s review of remuneration levels in the Covered Institutions.DÁIL QUESTIONNO 29, 63 and 83To ask the Minister for Finance when the report from Mercer Consultants on remuneration in the banking sector will be completed; and if he will make a statement on the matter.– Billy Kelleher. (Nominated by: Michael McGrath).For ORAL answer on Thursday, 15th November, 2012.Ref No: 50492/12To ask the Minister for Finance with regard to the ongoing review into bankers remuneration, the date on which the review will be completed; the cost of the review to date; the estimated final cost of the review; the level of engagement by his Department in the review in terms of the numbers of meetings and estimated staff time allowed for this purpose; the terms of reference of the review; and if any consideration is being given to review considering increase in cap..– Sandra McLellan. (Nominated by: Pearse Doherty).For ORAL answer on Thursday, 15th November, 2012.Ref No: 50509/12To ask the Minister for Finance the cost of hiring Mercer Consultants to consider the issue of pay among top executives in the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation..– Gerry Adams.* For WRITTEN answer on Thursday, 15th November, 2012.Ref No: 50699/12REPLYMinister for Finance ( Mr Noonan) : I propose to answer questions 29, 63 and 83 together.The Deputies will be aware that my Department is presently engaged in a Review of Remuneration Practices and Frameworks at the covered institutions. I have recently engaged, as I informed the Opposition Spokespersons on Finance, the services of Mercer (Ireland) Limited following a limited competitive tender competition to assist my Department in bringing this exercise to a conclusion. The estimated cost of the review, at this stage, is approximately €120,000.The object of the review is to thoroughly review all remuneration practices at the covered institutions with the object of simplifying remuneration and compensation structures, discouraging excessive risk-taking and to better align pay and reward to long term value creation. Present Government policy on remuneration dictates that no employee, at the covered institutions may receive more than €500,000 (excluding pension contributions) per annum and remains in force.Numerous engagements by my officials and Mercer have taken place since the awarding of the contract. I am expecting the consultant’s report to be delivered by year end whereupon consultations with the various stakeholders will commence.As I have said previously, I fully recognise that there is a real public interest in the levels of remuneration at the covered institutions and have committed to placing the details underpinning the review into the public domain.TD DOHERTY UNCOVERS ‘FURTHER SHOCKING DETAILS ON BANKERS’ PAY’ was last modified: November 15th, 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:donegalPearse Doherty TDTD DOHERTY UNCOVERS ‘FURTHER SHOCKING DETAILS ON BANKERS’ PAY’
Introduced to Donegal by George Bunner MBE as part of a promotional road show many years ago the concept of running children’s athletic events in indoor venues all across Donegal has been growing hugely over the last number of years with the development of a primary schools programme.Donegal Sports Partnership with the support of Athletics Ireland and the Donegal Athletics Board have been driving the primary schools programme which is now in year 3 and features running, jumping and throwing events in a team format for children from third to sixth class. Indoor venues in Clonmany, Castlefin, Dungloe, Letterkenny and Ballyshannon will host primary school events as regional events with the winners going forward to a county final which will be held in the Aura Leisure Centre, Letterkenny on Thursday 12th December starting at 11am.The Donegal winners will also have an opportunity to go forward to national qualifying events ahead of national finals to be held in Athlone in 2014.This concept of athletics has also been used by Donegal Sports Partnership to support special needs schools in Donegal with a dedicated project being delivered under the Sports Inclusion Disability Programme.The 2012 Sports Capital programme which is coordinated by the Department of Transport Tourism and Sport provided finance to support the Sports Hall Athletics Programme in Donegal through a grant of €10,000. This equipment which will support the increased demand on the programme and will be distributed to clubs and community groups across Donegal and will further strengthen community involvement by children in sport.Further information on the programme from Donegal Sports Partnership, River Front House, Pearse Road, Letterkenny – email@example.com 074 9116078/9116079 SPORTS HALL ATHLETICS FEVER HITS DONEGAL was last modified: November 29th, 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:donegalDONEGAL SPORTS PARTNERSHIPschoolchildrenSport
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Beaudion’s play helped to offset the numerous penalties incurred by Diamond Bar. Five of his nine carries went for 25 yards or more, one of which also resulted in the Brahmas’ first touchdown of many. The Wildcats finally managed to get on the board with a 28-yard-field goal with three seconds left in the first half. But any momentum they gained going into halftime was quickly erased by the Brahmas in the second half after a 1-yard touchdown run by Albert Ramos that capped a 10-play drive. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Diamond Bar struck again with a 95-yard interception return by Jonathan Amaya on a play that would have cut the lead to six. From there things only got worse for the Wildcats. A fumble on the ensuing kickoff resulted in yet another Brahmas touchdown three plays later when quarterback Jeffery Jansen hit receiver Marcus Marbrey for a 24-yard strike that ended any and all hope of a Wildcat comeback. Jansen completed 7 of 15 passes for 76 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Ramos and teammate Isaiah Washington filled in nicely for Beaudion in the second half, combining for 83 yards; the Brahmas finished with 332 total rushing yards and three touchdowns. @Tagline: Jahmal Peters BREA — Joe Beaudion had a short night. After ripping off 246 rushing yards in the first half, the Diamond Bar High School senior watched the rest of the game from the sidelines as his team trampled Brea Olinda. Despite scoring 23 unanswered points in the first half, the Brahmas (2-0-1) still struggled early on due to penalties, ultimately finishing with 84 yards worth.
Drake University’s Vinny Gillespie was named the Summit League Men’s Tennis Athlete of the Week for the second time this season, the league announced Tuesday, March 5. Drake, which has had a student-athlete win Summit League Athlete of the Week three consecutive weeks with Gillespie’s teammate, Tom Hands, claiming the award the previous two weeks play at in-state rival Iowa Friday night at 6 p.m. The Bulldogs end the weekend with a pair of Sunday road matches at Western Michigan and Michigan State. Print Friendly Version Gillespie went 3-0 in singles and 1-1 in doubles on the weekend against competitors from No. 17 Minnesota and No. 44 Wichita State. He ended the week with a come from behind victory over No. 38 Josip Krstanovic of Minnesota. He improved his overall record to 11-4 in singles and 8-5 in doubles.