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University of Liberia to Open Soon

first_imgThe Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Lewis Brown, Thursday, January 16, assured students of the University of Liberia and the administration of the reopening of the institution in the soonest possible time.Speaking at the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism’s regular press briefing on Thursday, Mr. Brown said that through the office of the president, a committee has been set up to investigate the closure of the state’s premier learning institution in the country.According Mr. Brown, the government was concerned about the ongoing situation at the state-run University that has affected a numbers of students and the government, since the closure in December.The Minister maintained that the issue of demonstrations in the country will not in any form be allowed by the government. Those days are gone and Liberians must graduate from the stage of backwardness he explained.“We will ensure that the rule of law serves the public. Accordingly, we want to call on the students to desist from demonstrations and try to resolve issues at Liberia University and other educational outlets in the country.”Mr. Brown explained that the University of Liberia will not reopen because of demonstrations by students as experienced by students in the country in recent time he added.According to Mr. Brown, Dominic Tarpeh has been appointed by president Sirleaf to head the Committee on the University of Liberia’s closure since last year.   He highlighted the progress made in the Sirleaf-led administration in the areas education, electricity, and free speech; He added that Liberian must continue ensuring that all efforts are made for the betterment of Liberia.The Minister called on students who are threatening the president’s annual message to desist and rethink their decision for the sake of peace and progress made over the past year.“we want to call on the students that have decided to disrupted the president’s annual message to modify their decision, we have moved forward and will continue to work together as one family.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Reports – Leicester midfielder agrees to join Standard Liege

first_imgLeicester midfielder Anthony Knockaert has agreed to join Standard Liege, according to reports in France.The 23-year-old’s contract expires at the end of the current season, meaning he is able to leave on a free.And, according to L’Equipe, the Frenchman has signed a four-year deal with Standard Liege and will join them in the summer.Knockaert has found first-team appearances hard to come by at the King Power Stadium this season, making just 11 appearances in all competitions. Anthony Knockaert in action for Leicester 1last_img

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Reports – Liverpool and Chelsea target seals Marseille move

first_img1 Liverpool and Chelsea target Lucas Ocampos has sealed a permanent move to Marseille, according to sources in France.The 20-year-old spent the second half of the season on loan at Marseille after failing to break into the first team at Monaco.Ocampos impressed, scoring twice in 14 Ligue 1 appearances, and now manager Marcelo Bielsa has decided to land him permanently.Chelsea and Liverpool have both tracked the young winger for some time but it is thought his desire to stay in France – and his loan success – eased the permanent switch through.Monaco paid around £10.5m to sign him from River Plate in 2012 and they appear to have taken a financial hit on the Argentinian, who will reportedly join Marseille for just £5m. Lucas Ocampos in training for Monaco last_img

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DONEGAL PUB COMES UP WITH THE SOLUTION FOR CATCHING UP WITH ALL THE RALLY

first_imgAs hard as you may try, not even the most determined of rally fans will get to see all the action from this weekend’s event.But one Donegal pub has the solution.The Tir na Nog pub at Ballymacool in Letterkenny is showing live recorded footage of each day’s driving tonight, tomorrow and Sunday night. Owners of the bar Ciaran and Brian Brogan are well-known in rally circles having been behind the wheel on many occasions.So after tramping across the county following the rally, you can sit back and relax and watch the rally in comfortable suroundings. DONEGAL PUB COMES UP WITH THE SOLUTION FOR CATCHING UP WITH ALL THE RALLY was last modified: June 15th, 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:rallyTir na Noglast_img read more

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DONEGAL ENVIRONMENT CAMPAIGNERS TAKE THEIR CASE TO STORMONT

first_imgDONEGAL community campaigners have taken their case to politicians in the North, fearing a sewage plant will damage Lough FoyleA delegation of environmental campaigners led by Enda Craig, spokesperson for the Community For a Clean Estuary (CFCE) have met with the Northern Minister for Agriculture and Rural Development, Michelle O’ Neill and with members of the Environment Committee in the Assembly to outline their concerns about the impact on the Foyle estuary from the proposed sewerage treatment plant at Carnagarve between Moville and Greencastle.Mr Craig was joined by renowned environmentalist, Dr Karin Dubsky, coordinator of Coastwatch Europe, Moville based zoologist, Dr Trish Murphy, and Dr Liam Campbell – a local academic whose specialises in river catchments. The campaigners were joined by local TD, Pádraig Mac Lochlainn.Enda Craig outlined the history of the Moville/ Greencastle sewerage scheme and the concerns of the community at Carnagarve and surrounding town-lands.Dr Dubsky and Dr Murphy outlined the unique potential of the wetland eco system in the Foyle estuary from natural oysters and other shellfish to recently discovered sea grass.They requested that the Northern Executive work with the Irish Government to develop the estuary into a international Ramsar special area of conservation and explained that the immense potential of all of this could be seriously undermined if Donegal County proceed with their plans for the plant at Carnagarve. Dr Campbell outlined his concerns that authorities on both sides of the Foyle are in a position to further damage the Foyle estuary because of the zoning of much of it as “coastal” back in 1990 and demonstrated that this zoning is erroneous and needs to be changed to protect the amenity of Lough FoyleSpeaking afterwards, Enda Craig said: “We brought the campaign to protect the Foyle estuary to politicians in Stormont today because they have a shared responsibility with the Irish government to protect this vital resource.“It was clear that the Minister and the other Assembly members we met were moved by our presentations and they have assured us that they will pursue these matters with their southern counterparts.“There is no doubt that the appropriate location for the outflow pipe of a future sewerage scheme for Moville and Greencastle is out into coastal waters and not into the Foyle estuary.“In recent months, we have taken our campaign to Europe supported by MEPs Marian Harkin and Martina Anderson and now to Stormont and we have had the Joint First Minister, Martin McGuinness out to see for himself the issues at Carnagarve beach. “We will keep fighting because the cost of defeat is too high for all of our communities that live beside Lough Foyle”.Deputy Mac Lochlainn said: “Minister O’ Neill was clearly impressed by the strength of the arguments from this eminent delegation of environmental campaigners. The history of the Moville and Greencastle sewerage scheme is one of shameful failure. Rather than develop the wonderful amenity of the Foyle estuary, Donegal County Council has given into political tomfoolery and failed everyone in the area.“I hope that in the absence of leadership at council level in Donegal or from the Irish government that both Europe and the Northern Assembly can now pursue this matter so that common sense is restored at last.”Pictured are Minister Michelle O’Neill and the environmental campaign team. Names left to right: Dr. Trish Murphy (Celebrate Water), Maeve McLaughlin (MLA for Derry), Dr. Liam Campbell (Specialist in river catchment), Dr. Karin Dubsky (Co-ordinator Coastwatch Europe), Padraig MacLochlainn (Sinn Fein TD), Michelle O’Neill (Northern Minister for Agriculture and Rural Development), Enda Craig (Spokesperson CFCE). DONEGAL ENVIRONMENT CAMPAIGNERS TAKE THEIR CASE TO STORMONT was last modified: November 27th, 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:DONEGAL ENVIRONMENT CAMPAIGNERS TAKE THEIR CASE TO STORMONTGreencastlemovillelast_img read more

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