A North Rupununi farmer was remanded to prison on Monday when he appeared before the Chief Magistrate, Ann McLennan, for the possession of ammunition and an unlicensed shotgun.According to the charges, Randolph Andries, 38, of Toka Village Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo), was allegedly found on January 19, 2017 with 120- and 112-gauge spent shells, 120-gauge cartridges and a 120-gauge shotgun, without being the holder of a firearm licence. He pleaded not guilty to all four charges when they were read to him by the Chief Magistrate at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.The counsel for the defendant requested reasonable bail on the grounds that Andries was a hardworking father of five and a first-time offender with no previous brushes with the law; hence he was not a flight risk. The prosecution objected to bail and Chief Magistrate McLennan remanded Andries to prison. The matter will continue on March 7, 2017 at the Lethem Magistrate’s Court.
Humboldt, which improved to 12-0 at home, should move into first in the region this week after wins over Cal State and Cal Poly. A tight first half ended with the Coyotes up 44-40. But the host team, which scored the last four of the first half, reeled off the first 17 points of the second half. A 21-0 run by Humboldt State proved the downfall of the Cal State San Bernardino men’s basketball team as the Coyotes fell 89-78 Saturday in a battle for conference and regional bragging rights. The Coyotes (14-4, 10-3) entered ranked first in the West Region and 11th nationally with just a half-game lead over the Lumberjacks in CCAA play while the Lumberjacks (16-3, 11-3) were 15th nationally and third in the region, behind Cal Poly Pomona. “They came out and played with a lot more energy and we weren’t able to match that,” Coyotes coach Jeff Oliver said. Humboldt shot 62.5 percent (30-for-48) for the game including a whopping 75 percent (15-of-20) in the second half. Senior Jeremiah Ward, a Miller High graduate, led Humboldt with 22 points, three assists and three steals. Grayson Moyer added 18. “That’s amazing,” Oliver said of Humboldt’s sizzling second half. “You can’t lose shooting 75 percent.” Greg Williams scored 18 points, seeing considerable playing time with Ivan Johnson in foul trouble most of the game. Ortiz chipped in with 11. Cal State women 59, Humboldt State 49 Sophomore Rachel Johnson came off the bench for 15 points, including 4-of-6 shooting from 3-point range, to lead the Cal State to an upset of Humboldt State. The Coyotes (12-6, 8-5) shot 8-of-16 from long distance, which proved to be a key with the Lumberjacks (15-4, 10-4) directing all their focus inside on Vanessa Wilt. Wilt was held to 10 points, eight under her average. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
In charge of Atletico since 2011, he had hinted at his possible departure after the Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid, saying he needed time to consider his options.Simeone signed a contract with Atletico in March 2015 that originally tied him to the club until June 2020.“It is true, we have talked and we have taken the best decision for the club and the team,” he told a news conference when asked about media reports that the club had agreed to reduce his contract by two years.“We have taken this decision in conjunction with the club’s directors and it doesn’t alter the possibility of renewing terms again once the new arrangement ends.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone © AFP/File / Saeed KhanMADRID, Spain, Sep 16 – Highly rated coach Diego Simeone said Friday he has shortened his contract with Atletico Madrid by two years until June 2018, a move likely to stir fresh speculation about his future.The 46-year-old Argentine, who took Atletico to the Spanish league title in 2014 and the Champions League final last season, has been linked to many of Europe’s top clubs, including Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal and Inter Milan.
1 Transfer rumours Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Sunday’s newspapers…David Beckham wants Wayne Rooney to sign for his planned MLS team in Miami, according to the Daily Star Sunday.David De Gea has a £30m buy-out clause in his new four-year contract with Man United. (Sun on Sunday) Man City and Chelsea look likely to miss out on Paul Pogba, who is poised to join Barcelona from Juventus, when the Catalan club’s transfer embargo comes to an end. (Sunday Express) England boss Roy Hodgson says he will not give Liverpool’s 19-year-old prodigy Jordon Ibe an England debut just to keep him from playing for Nigeria. (Sunday People) Louis van Gaal is prepared to extend his contract with Man United beyond 2017. (Daily Star Sunday) West Brom striker and Tottenham target Saido Berahino will turn down a new contract offer from the West Midlands club as he seeks a move away in the next transfer window. (Sunday Mirror) Newcastle have dismissed reports linking striker Papiss Cisse, 30, with a move to the Middle East in January. (Newcastle Chronicle)
1 Arsenal great Tony Adams Arsenal supporters threatened to rekindle the infamous ‘pizza-gate’ after former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson branded Gunners legend Tony Adams ‘a United player in an Arsenal shirt’.In his latest book, Ferguson revealed he attempted to sign Highbury hero Adams as a youngster during his famous reign at Old Trafford, but was twice rebuffed by the loyal defender.“I thought he’d be absolutely perfect for United. I tried a little bit when he was 19, in the reserves, but no chance,” said the Scot.“I think Tony Adams was a United player in an Arsenal shirt to be honest with you.”As expected, the Gunners faithful didn’t take kindly to Fergie’s jibes about their beloved ‘Mr Arsenal’.Check out how they reacted below…
GORTAHORK woman Marie Harte has captured the feelings of so many of you abroad in this poem.And Marie – her friends tells us – knows a good bit about it all.She spent a year in the Bronx, then two years in Australia and is now in London about three years. So here it is:Irish Abroad – by Marie HarteThere’s nowhere on earth us young Irish won’t flyYou’ll find us in Canada, New York, Sydney and even Dubai At the airport you wave goodbye to the crying ‘auld dear’Then you step through the gates and order a beerYou discover the drinks on the plane are free of chargeThis is the life, make mine a largeYou stagger from the plane with big swollen feet Take a step outside and nearly die from the heatFirst thing you do is light up a fagAnd make sure Saint Christopher is still in your bagGaggin now for a proper cup of tae But first you need to find somewhere to stay.In every city, there’s always a placeWhere you’ll find the Irish have made their base.If you arrive at JFK ready for New York,The Bronx is the place to find cash-in-hand workThe craic is mighty in Woodlawn and WoodsideThis is also where the illegal Irish hide.All the good bars are on the two streetsEillen’s Country Kitchen is a grand place to eat.Or maybe you would prefer Dubai to teachTo drink in the Irish Village and tan on the beachRemember the rules and cover your kneesStop eating pork and wear long sleeves.Or why not try Sydney to get the startWhere everyone travels in a shopping cartBondi Junction is the place to beSunday in the bull and Friday in the tea’sChristmas day drinking out in the SunA box of goon later you decide a swim would be funBut don’t worry if you start to drown out at seaBondi rescue will come and you’ll make the TVBut wherever you go some things will never changeAs Irish we will always keep our traitsIn the bar for the All Ireland final no matter the timeThe Irish bar owner ignores the fineAll the county jerseys form an Irish rainbowYour mother still sends over tea bags and TaytoIf only a bottle of Buckfast could go in the postYou hate to admit it but it’s what you miss mostSinging rebel songs with your arms around MickThat fella who always carries the hurling stickAnd no matter how long you’re gone one thing will always remainYou’ll miss your home just the same.MARIE’S POEM CAPTURES THE DONEGAL EMIGRANT ABROAD was last modified: June 22nd, 2013 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:MARIE’S POEM CAPTURES THE DONEGAL EMIGRANT ABROAD
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los Angeles 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NORTH HOLLYWOOD – A woman was critically injured and four others suffered minor injuries in a three-car pileup early today, authorities said. The crash occurred about 7:20 a.m. at Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Sherman Way, police said. A Nissan Maxima heading south on Laurel Canyon ran a red light, smashing into another car going east on Sherman, police said. The second vehicle then veered into and collided head-on with another car stopped at the red light on Sherman. A passenger in the Nissan was knocked unconscious and went to Holy Cross Hospital in Mission Hills. No information about that person was available. The four others suffered minor injuries.
Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee delivered a scathing assessment of the youngster in March, accusing him of not being fit enough.Watt was included in the Scotland squad for the friendly win against Czech Republic but wasn’t included for the following three international fixtures. Hearts are hoping to complete a season-long loan deal for former Celtic striker Tony Watt.The Edinburgh side face competition for Watt’s signature from Rotherham United – managed by former Hibs boss Alan Stubbs – but STV understands the 22-year-old wants to return north to Scotland to be closer to his family.The Scotland international spent two spells away from Charlton Athletic last season on loan at Cardiff City and Blackburn Rovers. He scored eight goals in 34 first team appearances for Celtic after excelling at youth level but failed to settle in Belgium when he moved in 2013.
The Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council, Cllr. Terence Slowey, has extended his sympathies to the family and loved ones of Martin McGuinness.Books of condolence in memory of the late Mr. McGuinness will open today at the Donegal County Council offices in Lifford, Letterkenny, Donegal Town, Dungloe, Carndonagh and Milford and in the former Town Council offices in Buncrana.These offices will be open from 9am until 5pm, Tuesday to Thursday, 9am until 4.30pm on Friday and close for lunch from 12.30pm to 1pm each day. Books of condolences open across Donegal for Martin McGuinness was last modified: March 22nd, 2017 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:Books of CondolencesDerrydonegalmartin mcguinness
The Sligo-Leitrim U13 league team won the prestigious Galway Cup in Mervue on Saturday.The side managed by Alan Farry beat Chicago Fire 1-0 in the Super Elite Final.They came through their group games unbeaten on Friday.