Typhoon sets Ireland on collision course with All Blacks

first_imgIreland insisted on Thursday that they were happy to let events unfold as they might despite Super Typhoon Hagibis setting them on a probable collision course with the defending champion All Blacks in the quarter-finals of the World Cup.The typhoon, which has already forced the cancellation of two pool matches scheduled for Saturday, could also bring the abandonment of the Japan-Scotland game on Sunday over safety reasons.That would ensure hosts Japan, on 14 points, top Pool A and meet Pool B runnersup South Africa in the quarter-finals, rather than Pool B winners New Zealand.Ireland, heavy favourites to win their last pool clash against Samoa in Fukuoka on Saturday, would be left to take on the three-times world champion All Blacks in the last eight unless upset by the Pacific Islanders and unable to take a bonus point in defeat.Ireland were the last Northern Hemisphere side to beat the All Blacks, defeating them 16-9 in Ireland last November. If they were to meet again in the quarter-final, it would be a battle between the top-ranked team in the world – New Zealand – and the fourth-ranked – Ireland.Ireland coach Joe Schmidt urged his team to focus on the immediate task at hand – completing a bonus point win against the Samoans that would ensure their place in the quarter-finals.“That’s not something I can control,” he told reporters on Thursday when asked about the typhoon. “I only know what we need to do and we need to get out and get a result.“I think it’s a situation nobody wanted to have and I know that there will be some teams that are massively disappointed that their games have already been abandoned.“I know with the amount of people travelling to games, there are going to be supporters disappointed, there are certainly some players playing in their last World Cup.“So I do think from that perspective, that’s disappointing.”World Cup organisers cancelled Saturday’s game between England and France as well as New Zealand’s match against Italy, eliminating the Italians from the tournament.The typhoon was heading north toward Japan’s main island Honshu and could make landfall on Saturday, with torrential rain, high winds, storm surges and high waves expected.Fukuoka is further from the typhoon’s expected trajectory in Japan’s southwestern island of Kyushu.Ireland captain Rory Best did his best to put a positive spin on his team’s predicament, saying the uncertainty could actually help them play better against the Samoans.“Scotland-Japan, there’s been no decision on it,” he said.“I think from our point of view, that probably leaves it easier because we go out, we play our game and you assume the (Japan-Scotland) game goes ahead on Sunday.“And if it doesn’t, you cross that bridge when you come to it.“Look, it’s incredibly frustrating and Joe touched on it there will be guys there playing potentially their last World Cup game and potentially their last ever game for their country.“To be denied that opportunity is frustrating. At the same time, I’m sure the decisions weren’t necessarily taken lightly.”last_img read more

Elite lick wounds after tough OT loss to Floodbuster

first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netBOCAUE – It wasn’t the Christmas gift Blackwater was expecting on Sunday.Losing a 15-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Elite became the first team to lose to lowly Mahindra, 97-93, in overtime this 2017 PBA Philippine Cup.ADVERTISEMENT Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town Smart’s Siklab Saya: A multi-city approach to esports PH among economies most vulnerable to virus UFC: White says ‘it’s just not right’ to book McGregor vs. Diaz 3 Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan PLAY LIST 01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND EDITORS’ PICK View comments Shanghai officials reveal novel coronavirus transmission modes Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PH Senators to proceed with review of VFAcenter_img Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town As fate of VFA hangs, PH and US forces take to the skies for exercise MOST READ “Christmas could’ve been good to us but all of us got down. It’s tough that we’re already within the win but still lost the game. In those situations, you just have to fight.”Dela Cruz said that the team will look at this defeat as a huge motivation for their playoff push once the action continues next year.“Even though the opponent is strong, we have to follow our gameplan and we must not lose our confidence.”Blackwater will next face defending champion San Miguel on January 6.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next We are young And even the players were left speechless by the devastating defeat.“I don’t know what to say. It’s tough,” said Mac Belo before politely excusing himself from the media scrum.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSWe are youngSPORTSFreddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao is my Muhammad AliArt dela Cruz, meanwhile, mustered enough courage and took responsibility for the meltdown, saying, “No excuses. I’ll take the blame.”The sophomore forward noted that Blackwater looked out of sync after taking a 79-64 lead with 7:50 to play in regulation, settling for ill-advised shots and letting Mahindra gain momentum which led to the collapse. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Where did they go? Millions left Wuhan before quarantine “We didn’t have the eagerness to win. Our shots were hurried and forced, and we didn’t follow our plays. We have to learn those experiences in endgame situations, and having a team that has a lot of rookies, we have to overcome those situations.”Despite the setback, the Elite is still in the playoff picture at solo fifth with a 4-3 card, but the loss extended the franchise’ horrible record in overtime games, which is now at 0-6 since entering the league in 2014.Blackwater also got dealt a pair of blackeyes after Dela Cruz and Kyle Pascual suffered shoulder injuries. The former, though, was still able to hang on and finish the game.“Actually, I didn’t want to play anymore but the team needed me. Coach told me to just play,” said dela Cruz, who was still clutching his left shoulder as he made his exit from Philippine Arena. “Kyle’s injury also helped Mahindra set the tone for that run that reached 17-2.”The Floodbuster finished the fourth on a 19-4 blast to tie the game at 83 before Alex Mallari took charge in overtime.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Mouth pried open

first_imgSatiricus was grinning from ear to ear as he ambled towards the Back Street Bar. For sure, time was longer than twine! Look how long this Clown Clerk had been throwing his weight around. If he’d been a tag-team wrestler, he could’ve held the world championship by now! Anyhow, justice was being done and no one would be able to pick on him today.“So what do you fellas think about the Clown Clerk and the CoI?” asked Satiricus as soon as he sat down and reached for a beer. “When Cow deh a pasture he nah remember dat dog and butcher deh, till he see am. “Eh! Eh! Sato, like yuh bin a ta’k to yuh Nanie, or wha’?” said Cappo, with a smile.“But de only t’ing, Sato,” interrupted Bungi, before Satiricus could answer. “Dis cow bin know ‘bout de daag an’ butcha wha’ wait fuh am!”“But this is justice being done at long last!” protested Satiricus. “Look how we found out he leased that wharf that didn’t even belong to the city!!”“But didn’t he lease so many other lands before that he also had no authority to do?” asked Hari. “How come a CoI only now.”“Yes!” said Cappo. “Pick sense fram nansense!”“What’re you fellas talking about?” asked Satiricus in a desperate voice. “Aren’t you happy the Clown Clerk might be going to jail?”“Me bet yuh ‘e na get none jail time,” said Bungi. “Sato dis a wan set up!”“What do you mean?” asked Satiricus in a worried voice.“Sato, it’s only because the municipal elections are due,” said Hari. “The Pee an’ See need a scapegoat to show the people they’re changing the thiefin’ old guard!”“Yuh na see de Ma’re a run again fun May-ya?” asked Bungi. “But na she an’ de Crown Clerk bin do ev’ryt’ing like batty and poe?”“As soon as de election ova, de Crown clerk guh get wan nice posi-shan some place,” said Cappo firmly.“So that’s why my KFC didn’t oppose the Ma’re?” said Satiricus, slowly. “Let’s take a drink.”last_img read more

The ball is in GECOM’s court to uphold the Constitution

first_imgDear EditorNow that the Chief Justice has given her ruling on August 14th, 2019, democratic and progressive-minded Guyanese have been vindicated on several counts once again by a judicial authority:-– Elections were due three months after the passage of the no confidence motion on December 21, 2018 in accordance with article 106 which was immediately engaged; the date was not extended by a 2/3 majority of members of the National Assembly;– Whilst the House to House registration by and of itself is not unlawful or unconstitutional, the removal of names from the National Register of Registrants based on persons not being home, overseas etc, and scrapping of the National Register of Registrants, as being done by GECOM, is illegal;– the House to House registration cannot deregister people who are already on the National Register of Registrants, and, therefore, those already on the November 12, 2018 voters’ list do not need to register at House to House registration again;– There is no residency requirement for Guyanese to be on the National Register of Registrants and persons’ names ’cannot be removed unless they die or are no longer Guyanese, except Commonwealth citizens who are here for one year;– The CJ mentioned several times that the voters’ lists can be refreshed by other means as provided in law such as claims and objection;– The Guyana Election Commission must now choose options available to it by law to verify and refresh the Voters’ list taking into consideration the context that elections were due since March 21, 2019.Madam Chief Justice (ag) Roxanne George-Wiltshire ruling on August 14th in no way deviated from the Constitution, neither the CCJ ruling of June 18th nor its July 12th consequential orders.The President has not abided with the Caribbean Court of Justice and continues to violate the Guyana Constitution. The President has not acted since December 21, 2018 to name a date for elections.Today is 239 days since the passage of the NCM on December 21, 2018, or 7 months and 27 days.Today is 149 days since March 21 2019 or 4 months and 27 days when elections were due according to article 106 (6) and (7).Over the last eight months, GECOM refused to prepare for elections. In actual fact, it is the Patterson-led GECOM that has been an integral part of the subversion of constitutional rule in our country. This is the first time that elections have not been held within 90 days from the date of dissolution for general and regional elections in 1992, 1997, 2001, 2011, and 2015, and the Local Government Elections of 2016 and 2018 as required by the constitution and statutes. The difference with a No Confidence vote is that the three months period starts on the day that the vote was passed in the National Assembly, and, not from the time the President dissolves the Parliament and the Regional Democratic Councils under normal elections.There is a new Chairperson, retired Justice Claudette Singh, and it is hoped that the now fully constituted Commission shall right the injustice done to the Guyanese people over the last eight months and abide with alacrity with the constitutional provisions of article 106 as exhorted by the Caribbean Court of Justice on July 12, 2019.Here is what the CCJ said “The judiciary interprets the Constitution. But, as we intimated in our earlier judgment, these particular provisions {article 106(6) and (7) } require no gloss on the part of the Court in order to render them intelligible and workable. Their meaning is clear and it is the responsibility of constitutional actors in Guyana to honour them. Upon the passage of a vote of no confidence, the Article requires the resignation of the Cabinet including the President. The Article goes on to state, among other things, that notwithstanding such resignation, the Government shall remain in office and that an election shall be held “within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine”…The CCJ then went on to state that “The Guyana Elections Commission (“GECOM”) has the responsibility to conduct that election and GECOM too must abide by the provisions of the Constitution.” { that is elections within 3 months as per article 106 (7) }Following the August 14th 2019 ruling by the Chief Justice, we can logically deduct that this House to House registration–which has insisted that people already registered had to be reregistered– has been a colossal waste of hundreds of millions of dollars, and, most important, time. Time which has been arrogated by the President and his government for an additional 149 days and counting past March 21, 2019 when elections should have been held. This wasteful and redundant expenditure and exercise must stop immediately.The Patterson-led GECOM did everything to ensure that no preparations for elections were commenced prior to March 21, 2019, instead preparing for House to House registration in the said month; this is a travesty that has whittled away the confidence of the people in the Guyana Elections Commission. An issue the new Chairperson and Commission must address urgently in order to win back the confidence of the electorate and it must do so quickly.The figures, which we have been receiving in dribbles from GECOM with no breakdown by region or by any of the 29 Registration Centres, has not and will not imbue confidence. It now claimed as of August 15th that 230,000 over 14 years old have been registered. Given the Chief Justice (ag) ruling, any exclusion of persons who were registered previously on the existing National Register of Registrants during the exercise will be illegal.The country must not be confused with regards to the time for the House to House field exercise and the time allocated for the total House to House registration to be concluded. Given GECOM’s work plan dated February 25th 2019, it was projected that the House to House exercise would take from June 2nd to December 18, 2019, a total of 199 days or 6 months and 16 days. Since the exercise started one month and 18 days later it means that the date would most likely be pushed to early February 2020.Add to that the other consequential processes such as data verification and entry into the National Register of Registrants, cross matching of fingerprints, the production of a Preliminary Voters Lists, a Claims and Objection period, followed by the production of the Official List of Electors, and elections could very well be held into mid-2020.With this in mind, GECOM must avoid the trap of believing that it has now gone so far in the field exercise that it might as well finish the exercise. To do so would be to extend the life of the government into mid-2020 and contribute further to the subversion of constitutional rule, the demoralization of the Guyanese electorate and more wastage of precious time and resources.Based on the Chief Justice ruling the APNUAFC government has been illegal since March 21, 2019, surely this must give impetus to GECOM to act righteously with the full backing of the constitution.The Guyana Elections Commission has the power to halt and should halt this wasteful exercise and immediately commence Claims and Objections period, with the existing Registration centres and staff already in place that has been used for the House to House registration, and be ready to hold elections long before the month of December.Most interestingly in the last few days, Mrs. Garrido-Lowe and the WPA using Congress Place talking points in public statements are now trying to condition December as the month for elections; Congress Place is behaving as if it is above the constitution; it can usurp the constitution, and, throw out the judicial rulings. This new strategy should be condemned.Ultimately it is the President’s call and he has not named a date.I wish to remind the President that article 9 of the Constitution states that“ sovereignty belongs to the people { not to GECOM, not the President, not the Cabinet, not the government}, who exercise it through their representatives and the democratic organs established by or under this constitution”.How do we exercise this sovereignty? Through our power and our right to elect those representatives at elections–a right that the President has been denying the Guyanese electorate since March 21, 2019.The President and his government lost the mandate to govern after its resounding defeat at the Local Government Elections on November 12, 2018—a hard pill to swallow l am sure. Nevertheless, the voters in those 80 Local Authorities Areas represent 90.5% of all voters. The PPP/C won 65% of the 80 Local Authorities. Following that the government lost the confidence of the Legislature on December 21, 2018. The President and APNUAFC Coalition government, therefore, stand exposed without moral, political, parliamentary and constitutional authority.Whilst the President has exclusive powers, these are given within the confines of the constitution and he is subservient to the Constitution, therefore he must announce the following forthwith:-i) The President and Cabinet stand resigned:ii) A caretaker government with restrained and limited authority as spelt out by the Caribbean Court of Justice and Commonwealth parliamentary norms;iii) Name a date for elections;iv) Dissolve the Legislature.How long is Mr. Granger prepared to hold out on calling elections? Is President Granger prepared to go down in history, as one of the first leaders in a parliamentary democracy in any part of the world, to have defied a No Confidence Motion legitimately passed and refused to hold elections within the constitutionally required time frame? I cannot think of one parliamentary democracy where this has happened. Will this be Mr. Granger’s legacy?We assert our right under the Guyana Constitution to exercise our sovereignty and our power to elect our representatives to govern our nation and demand that the President and his illegal government name a date for elections.We urge GECOM to act with alacrity to prepare for elections. GECOM’s mandate is that it must always be ready to hold elections.This is no time to sit on the fence. Who are those amongst us prepared to defend the constitution and democracy? As the next few days and weeks unfold we shall learn who will join us to defend our constitution and our democracy.Sincerely,Gail Teixeiralast_img read more

Fenerbahce snubbed chance to sign Riyad Mahrez for £8m – to land Liverpool flop!

first_imgFenerbahce apparently turned down the chance to sign Riyad Mahrez from Leicester last summer – instead opting to take Liverpool flop Lazar Markovic on loan.The Serbian has failed to make an impression for the Istanbul side, having managed just a single goal in 16 appearances for the Turkish club this season, who are are unlikely to make his loan deal permanent.And Fenerbahce fans will be left wondering what might have been after it has now emerged the club ignored the chance to buy Mahrez for £8m.According to Fanatik, Claudio Ranieri was ready to sell the Algerian when he took charge at the King Power last summer but Fenerbahce opted for the cheaper option in Markovic.Mahrez has gone on to score 16 goals for the Premier League leaders this season and has been nominated for the PFA Player of the Year gong. The Algerian is expected to be the subject of a number of bids in the upcoming transfer market, but any club interested in landing the playmaker will have to stump up at least £25m rather than the £8m he was available for last summer. 1 Riyad Mahrez in action for Leicester City last_img read more

NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR ENTERPRISING DONEGAL BUSINESS AWARDS

first_imgPAST GLORY: Michael Tunney, CEO of Donegal County Enterprise Board; Brian Sweeney of Swilly Group, Overall Award Winners 2011; Malachi Eastwood of Gartan Technologies, Overall Award Winners 2010; and Minister for Small Business John Perry TD. If you run a business employing less than 50 people in Donegal you now have a great chance to raise your profile.Nominations have just opened for this year’s Enterprising Donegal Business Awards and businesses across the county are being encouraged to submit an entry.Organised by the Donegal County Enterprise Board, the Awards are recognised as the most prestigious business awards in the County, and they generate huge publicity and business opportunities for the winning companies.Previous award winners include The Swilly Group, Gartan Technologies, DS Environmental Services and North West Aluminium. “The awards acknowledge the talent and determination of small businesses in the county. Despite the recent and current tough economic conditions, local businesses are continuing to succeed and innovate. The awards are a great way for any business to publicise their services or products, to give recognition to all those involved in the business and to celebrate our local enterprise culture in Donegal” says Michael Tunney, Chief Executive, Donegal County Enterprise Board.The County Enterprise Board supports enterprise and entrepreneurs across Donegal, providing services such as business advice, mentoring, business information, training and finance.The awards were started by the Board in 1997 as a way to highlight success stories among small businesses in Donegal and to inspire other individuals and local companies to establish new businesses in the county.The awards are aimed at small and micro businesses in Donegal and there are a number of award categories including innovation, business growth and business achievement, as well as the overall business of the year award.The winner of the business of the year award for 2011 was the Swilly Group, Irelands leading driver training, consulting and general training service provider. “Winning the award was a positive endorsement and vindication of our work over the years and of our plans for expansion. The award was major boost for all of us involved in the business” said Brian Sweeney, MD Swilly Group.The closing date for this year’s Enterprising Donegal Business Awards 2012 is Tuesday 7th February. To nominate your company, please contact Donegal County Enterprise Board on 074 9160735 or email info@donegalenterprise.ie. Alternatively, you can visit the Donegal County Enterprise Board’s website at www.donegalenterprise.ie to download an entry form.Ends. NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR ENTERPRISING DONEGAL BUSINESS AWARDS was last modified: January 27th, 2012 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:DONEGAL ENTERPRISING BUSINESS AWARDSlast_img read more

Third straight record for Dow

first_imgCrude oil futures rose. A barrel of light crude settled at $60.03, up 62 cents in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The day’s economic news was stronger than expected, with retailers such as Target Corp., Nordstrom Inc. and Limited Brands Inc. reporting their same-store sales in September surpassed analysts’ forecasts. Also, the number of new unemployment claims dropped to its lowest level in 10 weeks. Still, just where stocks are in their long recovery from their 2002-03 lows remains a topic of debate on Wall Street. Some traders have questioned the depth of the rally, saying technical markers such as the ratio of advancers to decliners are weaker than they’ve hoped. And while the Dow has recovered, the S&P 500 still remains more than 11 percent off its all-time high. Other traders say the market’s biggest fears – high energy prices and additional rate hikes by the Federal Reserve – are behind it, leaving room for a greater run-up in stock prices. The Russell 2000 index of smaller companies rose 9.61, or 1.31 percent, to 743.08. Consolidated volume on the New York Stock Exchange was 2.73 billion shares, compared with 2.99 billion Wednesday.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 MOREThe joys and headaches of holiday travel: John PhillipsStocks pulled back briefly after Charles Plosser, the newly installed president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, signaled that further Fed interest rate hikes might be in the best interests of the economy’s long-term performance. The Dow rose 16.08, or 0.14 percent. The blue chips have gained 196.34 over the past three sessions; on Tuesday, the index shattered closing and trading highs that had stood since Jan. 24, 2000, toward the end of the dot-com boom. Broader stock indicators were also higher Thursday. The S&P 500 index rose 3.00, or 0.22 percent, to 1,353.22, and the Nasdaq composite index rose 15.39, or 0.67 percent, to 2,306.34. Advancing issues led decliners by roughly 2 to 1 on the New York Stock Exchange. Bonds fell as stocks wavered, with the yield on the 10-year Treasury note at 4.61 percent, up from 4.56 percent Thursday. The U.S. dollar was mostly higher against other major currencies. Gold prices rose. NEW YORK – Wall Street rose modestly Thursday, nudging the Dow Jones industrial average to its third straight record high close as investors welcomed upbeat retail sales and jobless claims figures. The Dow closed at 11,866.69, surpassing the record of 11,850.61 set Wednesday. The blue chip index traded up to 11,870.06, which stands as its trading high. Rising oil prices didn’t smother investors’ good mood. “Considering the distance we’ve come over the last three months and certainly the last three days, it’s interesting we could have a data point like oil’s climb and not have the market back up much,” said Arthur Hogan, chief market analyst at Jefferies & Co. “It’s certainly a scenario where the longer-term prospects for the market are looking more positive.” last_img read more

Liverpool agree £75m fee for Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk – reports

first_img Virgil van Dijk 1 Liverpool have agreed a £75m fee with Southampton for defender Virgil van Dijk, according to reports.The Netherlands international looks set to become the most expensive defender in the history of the game when he completes a January transfer to Anfield, barring any late super-bid from either Manchester City or Chelsea, who have both been credited with an interest in the 26-year-old.Liverpool were hoping to sign Van Dijk during the summer, but they were reported to the Premier League by Southampton over an alleged tapping-up of the player.The Anfield club were ready to pay £60m for the defender, but have had to raise their offer by £15m to get the deal wrapped up in January.The £75m fee will make Van Dijk the most expensive defender in world football, breaking the previous record set last summer, when Manchester City spent £54m to sign Kyle Walker from Tottenham Hotspur.last_img read more

Niall Horan admits Frank Lampard won’t be able to turn down Chelsea job

first_imgBoyhood Derby fan Niall Horan believes Frank Lampard will not be able to turn down the Chelsea job.The Blues legend has been heavily tipped to replace Juventus-bound Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge this summer. LATEST Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? 2 punished tense whoops Niall Horan is desperate for Frank Lampard to stay at Derby “We’ll see what happens next season if we spend a few quid, we might be there or thereabouts again.“If we do it again, it’ll be our sixth play-offs in about eight seasons, I don’t know if I’m able for it anymore, but it is what it is.”Lampard won every major honour during a hugely successful 13-year spell with Chelsea.The 40-year-old is widely expected to leave Derby if his old club come calling. Lampard excelled in his debut managerial season with Derby as he guided the Rams to the Championship play-off final.And former One Direction singer Horan insists Derby will miss the former England midfielder if he leaves for Chelsea.He told talkSPORT: “It’s a sad prospect. You can’t turn down the Chelsea job, can you? I don’t think the fans fans would be very upset if he came back.“If he does leave Derby, we’re going to miss him. I’ve been a Derby fan since I was a child, and I haven’t seen anything he’s done to the club since Jim Smith in the early 2000s.“If you saw it at Wembley, I’ve never seen a crowd wait around after a play-off final [defeat]. He got a standing ovation, he walked around with the crowd – you can’t ask for more really. Lampard appears to aim dig at Mourinho for handling of Salah and De Bruyne at Chelsea IN DEMAND Tottenham issue immediate ban to supporter who threw cup at Kepa Getty Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star deals boost Frank Lampard is a Chelsea legend 2 latest Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ REAL DEAL Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Solskjaer gives Pogba fitness update and calls him world’s best all-round midfielder Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland JIBE Getty Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS When asked if he’d wish Lampard well in the Chelsea hotseat, Horan said: “Of course. Frank is a good mate of mine and it was amazing that one of my mate’s was managing my boyhood club.“It was an amazing feeling to chat to him about who’s fit, who’s not fit and results and stuff like that.“If he comes to Chelsea, he’s going to be welcomed here with open arms.”Niall Horan will be playing in Soccer Aid for Unicef, which will be broadcast live on ITV on Sunday June 16, starting at 6.30pm. To donate to Unicef, visit socceraid.org.uklast_img read more

Jackson County Inmate Roster – 6-1-18

first_imgCharges:35-48-4-1.1(a) Dealing in Meth35-48-4-1.1(a) Dealing in Meth35-48-4-1.1(a) Dealing in Meth35-48-4-6.1 Poss of Meth View Profile >>> Release Date:05-30-2018 – 2:38 pm Scott, Nikita L Booking Date:05-17-2018 – 5:10 pm Bond:No Bond Charges:1 Serve Time Circut Court Booking #:99331 Bond:No Bond Bond:No Bond View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours. Release Date:05-31-2018 – 3:38 pm Booking Date:05-31-2018 – 11:50 pm Bond:No Bond Charges:35-44.1-3-1(a) Resisting Law Enforcement35-44.1-3-1(a) Resisting Law Enforcement9-26-1-2 Leaving the Scene-Property Dam9-21-8-52 (A1) Reckless Driving-High Speed9-30-5-2(b) Operating Vehicle Intox/ Endangerment9-30-5-1(b) BAC .15% or greater View Profile >>> Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours. Gaspar Martin, Vicente Bond:$1505 Newsome, Jasper A Charges:35-45-1-5 Common Nuisance35-48-4-8.3 Possession of Paraphernalia Charges:35-38-2.3 Probation Violation (Adult) View Profile >>> Bond:No Bond Release Date:05-30-2018 – 3:23 pm Booking #:99331 Bond:No Bond Newsome, Jasper A Booking #:97128 View Profile >>> Booking Date:05-30-2018 – 10:35 am Charges:9-24-19-1 Driving While Suspended – INFR9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox View Profile >>> Booking Date:02-20-2018 – 3:05 pm Bond:No Bond Bond:$705 Wang, Patricia F Booking #:99335 Booking #:98676 Booking Date:05-29-2018 – 12:39 am Bond:$1505 Tankersley, Nathan J View Profile >>> Booking Date:05-31-2018 – 9:54 am Booking Date:06-01-2018 – 2:30 am Charges:35-45-2-1 Intimidation7.1-5-1-3 Public Intoxication35-45-1-3 Disorderly Conduct Booking #:99338 Release Date:05-30-2018 – 2:08 pm Bond:No Bond View Profile >>> Release Date:05-31-2018 – 9:53 pm Booking #:99339 Charges:35-42-2-1.3 Domestic Battery Stover, Jesse J Ely, Melvin L Charges:35-45-1-3 Disorderly Conduct Booking #:99335 View Profile >>> Booking Date:05-31-2018 – 4:42 pm Noisat, Caleb J Booking #:98870 Release Date:05-30-2018 – 9:08 am Booking Date:05-25-2018 – 8:44 pm Lashley, Jeremy A Bond:No Bond Booking #:99334 Booking #:99336 Bond:No Bond Release Date:05-30-2018 – 9:08 am Booking #:99192 Release Date:05-30-2018 – 10:53 am Booking Date:05-31-2018 – 4:26 am Thompson, Matthew D Charges:35-38-2.3 Probation Violation (Adult) Release Date:05-31-2018 – 5:38 pm Booking Date:04-11-2018 – 10:44 am Charges:34-47-2 Direct Contempt Booking #:96276 Booking #:99138 Inmates booked into the Jail within the last 24 hours. Charges:34-47-2 Direct Contempt View Profile >>> Booking #:99330 Booking #:98938 View Profile >>> Booking #:99326 Bond:$1505 Bond:$355 Booking Date:05-31-2018 – 1:44 am Charges:35-45-1-3 Disorderly Conduct Huff, Christopher M Jones Colson, Leah R View Profile >>> Booking #:99332 Bond:No Bond Booking Date:05-30-2018 – 8:04 pm Kaufman, Chasity N McIntosh, Megan A Charges:35-44-3-6 Failure to Appear35-44-3-6 Failure to Appear Brashear, Travis M Smith, Sierra R Booking #:99334 Booking Date:05-30-2018 – 11:53 am Bond:No Bond Bond:No Bond Release Date:05-31-2018 – 1:54 pm Reier, Dylan C Booking Date:05-30-2018 – 5:04 pm Booking Date:03-18-2018 – 9:59 pm Goben, Chassity R View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Release Date:05-30-2018 – 9:08 pm View Profile >>> Release Date:05-30-2018 – 2:38 pm Booking Date:04-27-2018 – 2:00 am Charges:9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License Bond:No Bond Bond:$7500 Bond:$988 View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Charges:35-33-10-1 Rearrest-Adult/Warrant Charges:9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox35-46-1-4 Neglect of Dependant35-46-1-4 Neglect of Dependant Charges:9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox9-30-5-1(b) BAC .15% or greater35-43-5-3(a12) Decep. false ifo for gov cont Booking Date:05-30-2018 – 5:40 pm Release Date:06-01-2018 – 4:08 am Booking #:99333 Release Date:05-30-2018 – 9:08 pm View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Booking #:99264 Charges:9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License Gibson, Cory M Booking Date:05-05-2018 – 10:05 pm Bond:$988 Eliis, Brandy S Charges:16-42-19-18 Poss of Syringe35-44-3-5 Escape View Profile >>> Bond:No Bond Release Date:05-30-2018 – 3:23 pm Booking Date:06-26-2017 – 12:28 pm Bond:No Bond Bond:No Bond View Profile >>> Booking Date:12-03-2017 – 2:42 am Booking Date:05-17-2018 – 2:02 pm Kincaid, Jennifer M Booking Date:02-01-2017 – 5:10 pm Booking Date:05-14-2018 – 12:39 am Booking Date:05-30-2018 – 11:53 am View Profile >>> Sinn, Emily E Booking #:99267 Release Date:05-31-2018 – 1:39 pm Goben, Bruce A Charges:34-47-2 Direct Contempt View Profile >>> Charges:35-38-2.3 Probation Violation (Adult) Booking #:99314 Bond:$2005 Release Date:05-30-2018 – 2:23 pm Booking Date:03-30-2018 – 3:17 pm Moralez, Francisco J Booking #:99245 Release Date:05-31-2018 – 2:08 pm Charges:7.1-5-1-3 Public Intoxication Charges:35-48-4-1.1(a) Dealing in Meth35-48-4-1.1(a) Dealing in Meth Eliis, Brandy S Booking Date:05-30-2018 – 8:04 pm Rigdon, Natasha F View Profile >>> Booking #:99340 Charges:35-44.1-2-4 False Identify Statement Release Date:05-31-2018 – 7:53 am Release Date:05-30-2018 – 12:08 pm Charges:35-44-3-5 Escape Charges:35-43-4-2 A Theft35-44.1-3-1(a) Resisting Law Enforcement3 Out of County Hold Ritchison, Katherine D View Profile >>> Forbes, Samantha A Booking #:99241 Booking #:99024 View Profile >>> Booking #:98139 Booking Date:05-31-2018 – 1:44 am View Profile >>> Charges:16-42-19-18 Poss of Syringe35-48-4-14 Vio of Legend Drug Act Bond:No Bond Booking Date:05-13-2018 – 3:36 am Booking #:99337 Charges:35-48-4-1.1(a) Dealing in Meth35-48-4-6.1 Poss of Meth35-45-1-5 Common Nuisance35-43-4-2.5(b) Auto Theft9-24-19-2 DWS- Prior Unrelated Violation35-48-4-11 Possession Marijuana/Hashish35-48-4-3.3 Poss of Para , non prior Bond:No Bond Bond:No Bond Gaspar Martin, Vicente View Profile >>> Charges:35-42-2-2(B1B) Crim Reck, agg driving,w/SBI9-26-1-1 Leaving the Scene PI (Ser Inj)35-42-2-1.3 Domestic Battery Bond:No Bond Booking Date:04-28-2018 – 2:34 am Booking #:99148 View Profile >>>last_img read more