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Paul Lee doubling efforts on both ends as Magnolia heads to semis

first_imgJiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina “It’s not about scoring this playoffs because the defense will tighten up here,” said Paul Lee. “You really have to work hard and be willing to do the little things to get the win.”The star guard has been living up to that, crashing the boards and proving to be as lethal on the defensive end as he is on offense.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkLee grabbed 13 rebounds to pair up with his 14 points as he emerged as one of the key cogs in Magnolia’s fightback from 20 points down and score the 86-79 quarterfinal victory over GlobalPort on Tuesday.As expected, no playoff game will be a walk in the park and the Batang Pier gave the Hotshots all they could handle, jumping on the listless two-seed to grab the early 6-26 deficit. UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. UAAP Volleyball: Ateneo recovers, stops FEU’s winning run Sea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi City Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netWith stakes higher than ever, Magnolia knows that making a deep run in to the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup means doing thing that are not usually part of the roles of the players. For those tasked to deliver in offense, that means working just as hard, or even harder, on the other end.ADVERTISEMENT However, Lee lauded his side’s resolve in the comeback as it gave Magnolia a big test it passed with flying colors ahead of the bigger wars.“We showed character and that’s big for us here in the playoffs because we showed no panic,” he said. “We held on to each other until we’re able to get back in the game.”The win gave the Hotshots all the momentum they need as they turn their attention to the semifinals, where they await the winner of the NLEX-Alaska series.Make no mistake, though. May it be the Road Warriors or the Aces, Lee said that the Hotshots are willing to take on all comers in their quest to return to the championship dance.“We already have the experience as a group. We’ve been here before, we’re happy to get back in the semis, but this is not our end goal,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours “It’s about time we move past the semis.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next GALLERY: Barangay Ginebra back as PBA Governors’ Cup kings 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 Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano MOST READ LATEST STORIES View commentslast_img read more

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‘Debate Political Issues Void of Mudslinging, Violence’ -Senator Kaipay

first_imgGrand Bassa County Senator, Jonathan Kaipay has stressed the need for political stability in order to maintain growth in Liberia.Kaipay made the statement recently in Gbarnga, Bong County when he gave the address at  a kindergarten graduation program of the Saye-wheh Town Public School.Liberians should take the upcoming October elections seriously to continue to enjoy   peace in the country, said Kaipay.  Stability is a hall mark for the attraction of investors and a growing a stronger economy which will provide more jobs and other opportunities for the country and its people, he said, adding,  “If we must enjoy corporate benefits, we have to keep this country peaceful and stable.”Sen. Kaipay called on political party representatives and other stakeholders to debate political issues void of mudslinging and anything that will result to violence.The primary message throughout the campaign, he said, should be peace and stability. “We must argue, we must debate, but it should not result into violence because we need to keep the peace we now enjoy,” Kaipay added.The graduation program was attended by students, parents and executives of NMG Gold Mining Company operating in that part of the country.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) – Advertisement – Senator Kaipay: “If we must enjoy corporate benefits, we have to keep this country peaceful and stable.”last_img read more

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CLTI Breaks Ground for College Preparatory School

first_imgThe Christian Leadership Training Institute (CLTI) last Saturday performed an elaborate ground- breaking  ceremony for the construction of a modern school costing more than US$300,000, in Ganta City, Nimba County.The school, when completed, will be named “College Preparatory School” and will prepare high school students, especially those in Grade 12, for college education.CLTI president, Dr. Sei Bour, said the idea is to construct the campus for the training of church leaders.According to Dr. Bour, while in the United States, he received letters from elders of the Liberia Inland Church to come home and contribute to the society, especially in the area of education, to prepare the young ones for college.That request, he said, “continues to ring a bell in my ear; and it was based on that call that I decided to break ground to construct a training center for those desirous of becoming future leaders.”Dr. Bour said his first contribution was to establish the LICC, which began academic activities in Ganta in 2009 and is now offering first degrees in basic academic disciplines.According to him, the idea of building the College Preparatory School was born in 2015, when a large number of high school students failed the national exam administered by West African Examination Council.It started as a study class for 12th graders in Ganta, but made a great impact in 2016/2017 on the performance of students who were privileged to have been part of the study class.Bour said  the study class program, which was hosted at the campus of the Methodist School, became vibrant to such an extent that the campus could no longer host a huge influx of  12th graders who attended the program.“Looking at the needs of the students, we decided to lobby with our friends and partners in the United States so we could build a campus to host a huge number of the students, including some of the 9th graders,” he said.The school will be built on seven acres of land, situated around the LPRC Community, near the LOIC Site east of Ganta.The ground-breaking ceremony was attended by several prominent Nimbaians, including Reverend Laiah Zayour,  president of Liberia United Liberia Inland Church, Ganta City Mayor Amos N. G. Suah, Dr. James Kermue, LICC’s president, and Jay Skinner, CLTI US representative.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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Steelpan music ignites Botanical Gardens

first_img…as 8 schools participate in friendly performanceEight schools from across Guyana on Sunday participated in a friendly steel band presentation called “AMITY” at the Botanical Gardens, Georgetown.A section of the students who participated in the friendly steel band presentation called “AMITY” at the Botanical Gardens, GeorgetownThe mini concert brought the curtains down on Education Month 2018. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Administrator Lorraine Barker-King in her opening remarks expressed that the event was held to focus particularly on the art form, since the Ministry was a strong advocate for arts in schools. To compound this, she noted that Guyana was the only Caribbean territory that has a unit specific for the arts in the Education Ministry. The unit of allied arts was awarded by the Guyana Cultural Association of New York for its highly commendable work as an educational enabler in expanding expressive arts in the Guyana school system. This event was held under the theme, “Education for a good life through innovation and STEAMS”.The Dolphin Secondary, West Demerara Secondary, North Georgetown Primary, Lodge Secondary, St Rose’s High, The Bishops’ High School, President’s College and GBTI Buxton Steel Orchestra brought the Botanical Gardens alive with sweet music.“AMITY” was designed to create a common platform for exhibiting the skills of students in the art form of steel pan. It endeavours to promote an atmosphere of friendship, love, peace, and tolerance among Guyanese. The programme aims to promote the expressive arts of dance, drama, music, visual arts and physical education in schools.last_img read more

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Highmarking while snowmobiling is dangerous in these current conditions

first_imgThe Canadian Avalanche Centre says highmarking, while snowmobiling is dangerous given the current conditions. Highmarking is described as the challenge of riding a snowmachine as high as possible on the side of a steep, snow-filled mountain is great fun that requires skill.  Anna Brown a forecaster with the Canadian Avalanche Centre this is dangerous with the current conditions[asset|aid=813|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=moosefm_news-20090118T1533.mp3]- Advertisement –  The RCMP have said the latest avalanche death was caused when a snowmobiler was highmarking on Babcock Mountain near Tumbler Ridge.  The snowmobiler triggered the avalanche at approximately 2:30pm Saturday.  Anna also says the current dangerous avalanche conditions in our area may stick around until the end of the snowmobiling season[asset|aid=814|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=moosefm_news-20090118T1535.mp3] For current avalanche conditions visit www.avalanche.calast_img read more

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West Fraser says worst of its B.C. mill cuts done

first_imgVANCOUVER — Mill cutbacks in British Columbia are still happening, but West Fraser Timber Co Ltd. said Friday that the worst of the pullback is behind it.The company, like many in B.C.’s lumber industry, has cut back and closed mills in recent months in response to limited log supplies and a plunge in lumber prices from record highs last year.Canfor, for example, announced late Thursday it was indefinitely suspending operations at its Mackenzie sawmill and permanently cutting a shift at its Isle Pierre mill to reduce output- Advertisement -For its part, West Fraser CEO Ray Ferris said the company’s already announced cuts should put it on a more stable footing in the province going forward.“From a strategic standpoint, much of our heavy lifting in British Columbia is now behind us,” Ferris told a conference call Friday to discuss the company’s latest financial results.West Fraser announced plans late last year to cut shifts at its mills in Quesnel, Fraser Lake, and in the last quarter announced it would also cut a shift at 100 Mile House and close its mill in Chasm in response to the squeeze on margins. The permanent reductions totalled about 614 million board feet.Advertisement “These permanent reductions, coupled with the impact of the temporary curtailments in the first half of 2019 by approximately 250 million board feet, have been disruptive, costly, and extremely difficult for our employees, our log contractors, our suppliers and our communities,” said Ferris, who stepped into the chief executive role July 1.The shift in fortunes compared with last year were clear in West Fraser’s results, which showed it lost $17 million, or 25 cents per share for the quarter ending June 30, compared with earnings $397 million or $5.19 a share last year.The results were also well below analyst expectations of adjusted earnings of nine cents per share according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.RBC Capital Markets analyst Paul Quinn, characterizing the second quarter as a “ferris wheel of issues, said lumber earnings were below his expectations, made worse by worse-than-expected export duties of $51 million.Advertisement While there is no quick recovery expected in B.C., West Fraser said its fortunes are looking brighter in the U.S. south that it started expanding into 15 years ago in the height of B.C.’s mountain pine beetle outbreak. The region now accounts for over 70 per cent of its lumber production.“Going forward, we expect a less disruptive half across many of our businesses, particularly in the U.S. south,” said Ferris.last_img read more

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DD LOCAL: COUNSELLING SERVICE AVAILABLE EVERY WEEK AT NIALL MÓR CENTRE

first_imgDonegal South-West Partnership Community NotesHealth & Well-Being in the Community12 week Mindfulness Course Booking advisable as places are limitedPhone: 086 7775750Leaving Certificate After School Grinds in Biology, French & Maths starting October for 16 weeks payment plan available contact 07497 41863 to book your place.Yoga Classes mixed gender intermediate 6pm-7.15pm Ladies beginner 7.30pm – 8.45pmContact Zia on: 087 6463956Letterkenny Women’s Centre are running Counselling Service at the Centre Tuesday and Wednesday to book your appointment contact Brid on 07491 24985Citizen Advice Office every Monday 10am – 1pmSupervisory Management Course FETAC Level 6 Starting 29/09/2014Duration: 10 Weeks2 Evenings 7pm -10pmContact: 07497 40068 to book your place JC Fitness classes at the Centre Monday to Saturday contact john 087 9617436. Classes are run on a 6 week basis. Small group and one-to-one training rates available on request.DD LOCAL: COUNSELLING SERVICE AVAILABLE EVERY WEEK AT NIALL MÓR CENTRE was last modified: September 24th, 2014 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:DD LocalDonegal South-West PartnershipFeaturesnewslast_img read more

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EMMET RUSHE’S FITNESS COLUMN: HOW TO AVOID CHRISTMAS WEIGHT GAIN

first_imgBY EMMET RUSHE: Everywhere you turn, they are there.Everywhere you go, they are waiting for you.There is no escape… Holiday nibbles are EVERYWHERE!!!It’s that time of year again where every house, shop and work place seems to be sponsored by ‘Pringles’ or ‘Roses’.It doesn’t matter how good you are, you would need the will power of a Tibetan monk to avoid sneaking even one nibble this Christmas.The inevitable is upon us, so do we give in completely or do we try and have a bit of control over our hand to mouth interaction? Here are a few things you can do to stem the inevitable Christmas weight gain this year.Don’t turn up to a party hungry.If there is one sure way to end up sitting in the corner surrounded by empty Roses wrappers, it is this.Turning up to a party hungry is a recipe for disaster.Before you go to a staff party or house party, try and have a good meal. If you are already full and not hungry you are less likely to binge on everything in sight when you get there.Don’t sit at the nibbles table.Everyone wants a comfy seat.No one wants to turn up to a party and have to stand all night. But the weigh up between standing and sitting can be a table full of nibbles right in arm’s length.If you are trying to be a bit good this year, try and not put yourself right in the danger zone by sitting in front of the table of snacks.You will be mid conversation with all the other party goers and won’t even realise that you’ve polished off the bowl of ‘Bombay mix’ all by yourself.Pace your alcohol intakeThis is a good piece of advice for a few reasons.First off, if you pace your drinking, you are less likely to get the alcohol munchies early on in the night therefore lessening the damage that you could do. You are also taking in less calories through alcohol.Secondly, if you pace your alcohol intake, you are less likely to make a shambles of yourself in front of your work colleagues and have your antics on Facebook the next morning.Avoid excessive drinking and tasting when cooking.When preparing meals this Christmas try and avoid having the bottle of wine beside your glass.You will be less likely to keep topping up your glass and the bottle might last you longer than stuffing the turkey.When preparing the food try and limit the amount of tasting that you do, a taste isn’t a turkey leg while basting.Walk it offFinally and on a more serious note.If you are going to indulge yourself over the festive season, try at least to get up the following morning/afternoon and go for a walk.You will be burning up a few of the previous night’s treats and it is something that you and your partner, friend or family can do that might just last into the new year and become a habit that you could keep.Lastly, enjoy yourself and be safe this festive season!Contact me through the link below and we can arrange a chat where we can map out what you want to achieve in 2015. 
#TrainSmarthttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Rushe-Fitness/120518884715118EMMET RUSHE’S FITNESS COLUMN: HOW TO AVOID CHRISTMAS WEIGHT GAIN was last modified: December 15th, 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:CHristmaseatingemmet rushefitness columnpartiesweight gainlast_img read more

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Conte on Lampard, Bournemouth, Ake, Batshuayi and replacing key Chelsea duo

first_imgChelsea boss Antonio Conte was asked about a number of issues at his press conference ahead of the Boxing Day home game with Bournemouth. Here is some of what the Italian had to say.Team newsEmbed from Getty Images“We are in a good shape, and all the players are fit. We haven’t any new injuries.”Giving players time off“I gave [them] three days off because I thought that my players deserved this after a really intense period.“We played three games in only six days and I thought that the best way to recover was with three days off.“When you give three days off, you don’t know the destination of your players.“But I think the most important thing is to recover, not only with your body but above all with your head.”FULL STORY: Chelsea players deserved time off – ConteSuspensions for N’Golo Kante and Diego CostaEmbed from Getty Images“We know that for this game N’Golo and Costa can’t play. For sure, they are two important players for us.“But we are working very well this week to try to find a solution, to play good football, to continue to win, to take the three points.“We all know that against Bournemouth it won’t be easy, because they are a very good team with great organisation.”FULL STORY: Costa’s absence ‘a big blow’ – CourtoisFrank Lampard’s appearance at training“It’s very nice to see him. He’s a legend for this club and it’s fantastic when he comes to see the training session, to talk with us and to stay also with former team-mates. I found him in good form.“We didn’t talk about this. Frank wants to continue to play football. I saw him in good form and a good shape to continue to play football. For his future, I think it’s better to ask him.”Losing Steve Holland to England“For Steve, [it’s important] to be focused on this season because it is very important for us. Steve is a very good professional and is helping me a lot with my experience at Chelsea because he has great experience with this club.“It’s a pity to lose him, I must be honest, but also I can understand his choice because this type of situation can arrive only once in your life, to be a coach with your national team.“It’s a pity because I work very well with him. I have a fantastic staff, there is a great family spirit with us.FULL STORY: Holland to leave Chelsea for England roleEddie Howe“I think he’s a really good manager. He’s very young and is doing very well with Bournemouth.“I’m studying Bournemouth and I’m watching a good team with good organisation in the tactical aspect.“They try always try to play from the back and put on good pressure.“I like him and have great respect for him. I wish for him a good career and I think if he continues in this way, for sure, he can become a manager of a great team.”Nathan Ake, on loan at Bournemouth from ChelseaEmbed from Getty Images“Now the most important thing is that Ake is playing very well and is getting great experience. As for the future, I prefer to talk with the club. But he’s playing very well and improving a lot.”Replacing Costa and Kante“I have four days to evaluate the situation and to try to find the best solution for the team.“For sure, Diego is an important player for us but in these days we are working to find the right solution. In the squad I have different solutions.“This is a good test for us because we play this game without two players who are very important for our team.“For this reason, it’s important to evaluate the situation in our squad, [whether] to give the possibility to play some players who until now are not playing a lot, or to find another solution.“What my eye sees this week is very important.”FULL STORY: Conte keeps Bournemouth guessing over BatshuayiMatching his record of 12 league wins in a row, achieved at JuventusEmbed from Getty Images“Now is different because in this league there are many teams that can fight for the CL [qualification], for the title, for the EL [places] and for this reason it’s important to continue in this way. We know that it won’t be easy but we have to try with all our strength.”Michy Batshuayi“It’s not easy to arrive in this league if you are a young player, and you are arriving in a new country. It’s difficult to adapt because this league is very tough. It’s a very physical league, very strong, but I think Michy is working very well.“We must have patience with him, work with him, try to help him improve and then next step is to play more this season.”FULL STORY: Batshuayi needs to adapt, Conte admitsUsing a different formation against BournemouthEmbed from Getty Images“I think that this team showed in the past that we can play with different formations.“I must be honest that when we played with different formations, we didn’t have this type of results.“It can be an option but we are working to find the right solution, with the right men in the right place, to try to continue this way, and to win.”   Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! 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SA’s Cannes Lions winners

first_img30 June 2003South African advertising agencies shone at the 2003 Cannes Lions Advertising Festival this month, scooping a total of five gold, eight silver, five bronze and three media Lions.In all, 66 entries from 13 South African agencies were shortlisted for the prestigious Cannes lion. TBWA Hunt Lascaris was South Africa’s star performer with three golds, three silvers, one bronze and two media Lions.“The South African advertising successes at Cannes 2003 highlights the immense creative potential of our local agencies”, said John Arnesen, general manager of the Marketing Federation of Southern Africa (MFSA).“The outstanding accomplishment of black empowerment agency Saatchi & Saatchi, which scooped one gold and one bronze, tangibly demonstrates that the embracing of transformation principles need not translate to the sacrificing of world-class standards”, Arnesen said.Here’s the list of South Africa’s 2003 Cannes Lions winners (click on the links to view the ads):FilmSilver – Fresh Eye Film Productions (for Childline)Bronze – TBWA Hunt Lascaris (for BMW)Bronze – TBWAGAVINREDDY (for the Apartheid Museum)OutdoorGold – TBWA Hunt Lascaris (for Jubilee)Gold – Saatchi & Saatchi (for Guinness UDV)Silver – HarrisonHuman Bates (for The Economist)Bronze – Saatchi & Saatchi (for Guinness UDV)PressGold – TBWA Hunt Lascaris (for Jubilee)Gold – TBWA Hunt Lascaris (for Jubilee)Silver – Lowe Bull Calvert Pace (for POWA)Silver – Lowe Bull Calvert Pace (for Dulux)Silver – TBWA Hunt Lascaris (for Standard Bank)Silver – TBWA Hunt Lascaris (for Standard Bank)Silver – TBWA Hunt Lascaris (for Standard Bank)Bronze – Berry Bush BBDO (for News24)Bronze – Berry Bush BBDO (for News24)Media LionsTBWA Hunt Lascaris (for BMW)TBWA Hunt Lascaris (for Standard Bank)King James (for Independent Newspapers)CyberGold – HarrisonHuman Bates (for POWA)Direct MarketingSilver – Ogilvyone Worldwide (for Volkswagen)SouthAfrica.info reporterlast_img read more

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