Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) The international medical organization, Médecins Sans Frontières /Doctors Without Borders (MSF), has handed over the ELWA-3 Ebola management center in Monrovia to the Incident Management System (IMS) through the Ministry of Health.The Ministry will run the facility as a temporary Ebola management center, the aid agency said.The closure and subsequent decontamination of ELWA 3 on March 25 was due to the decreased number of Ebola cases in Liberia. Currently the facility has 30 beds with a capacity to increase to 60 beds should the need arises. Coinciding with the handover ceremony, MSF made a donation of assorted medical and non-medical items, including an ambulance and another vehicle to the Ministry of Health.“Today is a day full of emotion for the MSF movement,” says Mariateresa Cacciapuoti, MSF Emergency Coordinator in Liberia. “ELWA3 has been the symbol of a long and incredibly difficult battle against Ebola.”With a capacity of 250 beds at the peak of the outbreak in September and October 2014, ELWA 3 was the largest Ebola management center ever built.Currently in Liberia there are no confirmed Ebola patients but the handover of ELWA3 to the Liberian Ministry of Health does not represent the end of MSF’s engagement in Liberia, nor against Ebola.“We know that we have not reached the end of the fight against Ebola in Liberia while the virus lives on in neighboring Sierra Leone and Guinea. Nevertheless, we are encouraged by the positive results Liberia has achieved in turning the tide against the virus,” says Caccipuoti.“We must adapt our operations to the evolution of the context,” continues Cacciapuoti. “We continue to be vigilant and ready to respond in case the number of Ebola cases rises again. Meanwhile MSF is reinforcing and supporting access to medical care for non-Ebola patients, which is crucial to restore the health system.”On March 23, 2015, MSF officially opened a free-of-charge 46-bed pediatric hospital in the municipality of Gardnersville, Monrovia that will increase up to 100 beds.Since February 2015, MSF also runs a survivor clinic providing care to patients who recovered from Ebola. In addition to care for possible after-effects of the disease, the clinic also offers access to primary healthcare for these patients, who often face stigma and fear when seeking care in non-Ebola healthcare structures.MSF recently concluded emergency preparedness training in rapid isolation and treatment of Ebola (RITE) for county health teams in Bomi, Nimba, Grand Cape Mount and Montserrado counties. MSF also supported 17 health facilities in Monrovia, training their staff on infection prevention and control. A team also supported the pediatric and maternal services in James Davis Junior Memorial (JDJ Hospital) in Neezoe community, Monrovia. Since its opening on 17 August 2014 until 10 March, a total of 1917 patients were admitted to ELWA 3, of which 1234 tested positive for Ebola. Of these confirmed patients, a total of 801 died and 512 recovered.
Videomega ProductionsPublic Telecommunications Minister Cathy HughesOne of the invoices released by Videomega Productions on WednesdayVideomega Production, the company owned by Minister of Public Telecommunication’s Cathy Hughes, have not only received contracts from several other ministries; it received a contract from the minister’s own ministry.This was revealed when the company released several invoices for work it did arranging advertisements for various ministries. A total of $3.6 million was paid to the media houses, but according to Videomega productions all it pocketed was a 15 per cent agency commission totaling $481,577.The contract that Hughes’ ministry awarded to her company was for ads ranging from full paged full color to 7 x 2 in size to be placed in the daily newspapers for its Caribbean Information Communication Technology (ICT) road show 2018.In addition, the Natural Resources Ministry also commissioned Hughes’ company to produce full page full color camera ready artwork that was placed in almost all the dailies on March 22, 2018. This cost $406,501.Ads were also placed in all the dailies for the Tobacco legislation media campaign, on behalf of the Ministry of Public Health, in October and November of 2018. These two campaigns cost $1 Million each.Videomega Productions, a company which is owned by Minister Hughes and managed by Russel Lancaster since 2015, received contracts from the Energy department to produce television public service announcements (PSAs) for the department, which is coordinating preparations for Guyana’s oil and gas sector.It had been reported that the company was also been contracted to produce brochures. It is unclear at this point of time what, if any, tendering process the Minister’s company went through to get these contracts.Hughes has repeatedly insisted that she played no part in the running of her company after 2015 and had no knowledge of the government contracts it was receiving.“In May 2015 upon my assumption of the role of Minister of Tourism I relinquished any involvement in the day to day running of Videomega Productions. Russel Lancaster was appointed Manager and is responsible for the operations of the company. I have since been informed that the contract was for the production of three sixty second television Public Service Announcements.”“The value of the contract is $ 832,200. The award of this contract was never brought to my attention neither would I have been aware of it in the normal conduct of the company’s business,” the minister had said in a statement last month.
WASHINGTON – More than two years after being signed into law, special tax breaks designed as incentives to keep movie-making in the United States have not kicked in. Southland lawmakers and industry analysts blame the delay on a mix of slow-moving Treasury Department bureaucracy and an indifference among administration officials toward the $60billion entertainment industry. But Hollywood leaders said the holdup might have cost the country millions of dollars in film production lost to countries such as Canada that are eagerly offering generous incentive packages. “Treasury has dragged its feet for two years,” said Taylor Hackford, director of “Ray” and vice president of the Directors Guild of America. “Half the time of this provision’s life we’ve lost already,” Berman said. U.S. Treasury Department officials did not return calls for comment Wednesday. The Hollywood provisions are part of the American Jobs Creation Act, a sweeping piece of corporate tax legislation that President George W. Bush signed into law in October 2004. The bill allows film and television producers with budgets of less than $15million to immediately write off costs in a single year. A higher production-cap limit of $20million applies to films shot in specific lower-income areas such as the Mississippi Delta region. Losing $23 million Industry leaders said the measure could save producers 7percent to 10percent of a project’s costs – a significant enticement for keeping a film in the country at a time when runaway production is estimated to drain about $23million from the U.S. economy each year. At issue, however, is whether residual payments to actors, directors, writers and others are considered within that $15million cap. Also unclear is just what percentage of a film must be shot in a low-income region to qualify for that bracket. Canada is cheaper Amy Lemisch, director of the California Film Commission, said the uncertainty has caused producers close to the $15 million margin to avoid thinking about the tax break altogether. “It’s not as effective an incentive as going to Canada and knowing with certainty that you’re going to get a 16 percent federal labor credit and between 18 (percent) and 40 percent provincial labor credits,” she said. Berman added, “If someone is deciding whether to film in Los Angeles or somewhere else, if they can’t tell whether they qualify, they’ll go abroad.” Hammering out the terms, Lemisch said, is critical to California in particular. “We don’t have a state incentive, so a federal incentive is going to benefit California,” she said. While it is impossible to know how many producers might have been dissuaded from filming in the United States because of the Treasury Department delay, Los Angeles Economic Development Corp. Chief Economist Jack Kyser noted there are currently 11 movies being filmed outside the United States. That, he said, translates into an at-the-moment loss of more than 3,300 jobs and about $18 million. email@example.com (202) 662-8731160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! And many producers also have a lingering sense of uncertainty about whether their projects will qualify for the tax breaks. Rep. Howard Berman, D-Van Nuys, who helped spearhead the incentives, called the delay ridiculous and charged that the United States has lost films because of it. “Apparently the administration doesn’t think that protecting the jobs associated with one of the strongest export industries in the country should be rushed through,” Berman said. The Internal Revenue Service is expected as early as today to issue rules allowing the incentives to move forward. Still, Berman and others said, it could be months before any decisions are finalized. And by that time, the law could expire. It is set to sunset in 2008.
Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang — third behind Salah and Senegalese Sadio Mane in the Footballer of the Year poll — scored on his debut as Arsenal triumphed 5-1 against Everton.ENGLANDMOHAMED SALAH (Liverpool)The Egypt winger struck twice, including a stoppage-time goal, but Liverpool were denied as Tottenham rescued a 2-2 draw at Anfield. Salah punished a mistake from defender Eric Dier to put Liverpool ahead with a cool finish in the third minute. He restored Liverpool’s lead with a superb solo effort — his 21st league goal this term.PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG (Arsenal)Aubameyang dinked in a debut goal as he rekindled his relationship with ex-Dortmund teammate Mkhitaryan © IKIMAGES/AFP/File / Ian KINGTONHe marked his Arsenal debut with a goal in the Gunners’ 5-1 demolition of Everton at the Emirates Stadium.Aubameyang joined Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund for a club record £56 million last week and didn’t waste time making a good impression on his new fans.He capped a lively performance by scoring Arsenal’s fourth goal with a cool finish late in the first half, although replays showed he was fortunate not to be flagged offside.VICTOR WANYAMA (Tottenham Hotspur)Wanyama set up a dramatic finish at Anfield with an incredible 25-yard piledriver into the top corner for Tottenham’s first equaliser 10 minutes from time.The Kenyan had been on the pitch only a minute before smashing home his first goal of an injury-plagued season.WILFRIED BONY (Swansea City)The Ivory Coast striker has been ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering a serious injury in a 1-1 draw at Leicester.Former Manchester City star Bony tore a cruciate ligament in his knee after coming on as a second-half substitute.AHMED HEGAZI (West Bromwich Albion)The Egypt defender scored his first goal since August, but it wasn’t enough to boost his side’s hopes of avoiding relegation as they lost 3-2 at home to Southampton.Hegazi put Albion in front with a fourth-minute header from Chris Brunt’s cross. RIYAD MAHREZ (Leicester City)Algerian Mahrez was again absent from the Leicester squad in a 1-1 draw against Swansea after his displeasure at the Foxes’ refusal to let him move to runaway league leaders Manchester City last week.MOHAMED DIAME (Newcastle United)Former West Ham United midfielder Diame scored his second goal of the season © AFP / Adrian DENNISSenegalese midfielder Diame headed home his second goal of the season to earn Newcastle a 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace to lie just a point above the relegation zone.SPAINEMMANUEL BOATENG (Levante)The 21-year-old Ghanaian marked only his fourth La Liga start with his first goal in the Spanish top flight against floundering champions Real Madrid.Boateng latched onto a loose ball to coolly slot in Levante’s first equaliser of a 2-2 draw and cap an enterprising individual display.ITALYKALIDOU KOULIBALY (Napoli)Koulibaly’s Napoli maintained their slender lead at the top of Serie A © AFP / MARCO BERTORELLOBottom club Benevento were awarded a penalty for Senegalese defender Koulibaly’s clumsy tackle only for it to be revoked by VAR (video assistant referee) due to an earlier offside position. Napoli won 2-0 to stay top of the Serie A table.AFRIYIE ACQUAH/MBAYE NIANG/JOEL OBI (Torino)Ghanaian Acquah equalised and was sent off as Torino settled for a 1-1 draw against European qualification rivals Sampdoria. Acquah levelled in the 25th minute before being red-carded for a second bookable offence after 75 minutes.Senegalese Niang missed a chance to pull Torino ahead three minutes after Acquah’s goal, but his lob was off target. He was substituted to his obvious displeasure and Nigerian Obi went off injured.GERMANYSALOMON KALOU (Hertha Berlin)Once again, the Ivory Coast veteran rescued a point for Hertha when he headed home a second-half equaliser for his eighth Bundesliga goal of the season in a 1-1 draw against Hoffenheim.It was the fourth time this season that Kalou, 32, pulled Berlin level after also netting in draws against Bayern Munich, Freiburg and Augsburg.FRANCEKEITA BALDE (Monaco)Balde has now scored seven league goals for Monaco since joining from Lazio © AFP / YANN COATSALIOUThe Senegal international endured a night of contrasting emotions as Monaco came from two goals down to beat Lyon 3-2.Balde used his strength to hold off a series of defenders and drill in a low strike to cut the deficit on 31 minutes that helped spark his side’s recovery.But his role in the fightback ended prematurely as he was sent off for a second yellow card shortly before half-time for a wild challenge on Ferland Mendy, having been booked minutes earlier for kicking the ball away in frustration.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Salah has scored 21 goals in 25 Premier League games for Liverpool © AFP / Paul ELLISPARIS, France, Feb 5 – Mohamed Salah was the star African performer in Europe at the weekend, netting twice to close within one goal of Harry Kane in the English Premier League leading scorer race.The Egypt sharpshooter and 2017 African Footballer of the Year twice gave Liverpool the lead in a dramatic 2-2 draw with Tottenham Hotspur, whose second equaliser came from Kane.
1 Louis van Gaal Louis van Gaal has reportedly been confronted by a delegation of senior Manchester United stars ‘over his stifling training methods’.United have endured a stuttering start to the campaign and, according to The Times, players feel a lack of ‘creativity and flexibility’ in training is hampering their performances.The newspaper claims that senior members of the squad felt so dismayed that they sought discussions with the Dutchman several weeks ago to air their concerns.The players are said to have expressed their frustrations that they are not allowed to play with freedom and want to be given more licence to express themselves.The news of a mini-revolt inside the dressing room is worrying news for United fans ahead of their clash with Liverpool on Saturday.Van Gaal has spent £230million since his appointment at Old Trafford but his side still look some way off becoming title winners, and suffered a limp defeat to Swansea before the international break.
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A primary school bus driver has alleged he was verbally abused outside a Donegal National School by an 68-year old woman who was picking up her grandchildren.Martin McMonagle of Churchill claimed at Letterkenny District Court that the incident occurred on November 28th, 2014 outside of Stramore National School, Glendowan, Churchill. He alleged that Mrs Bernadette McGinley verbally abused him as he walked past her car and said, “Look at the shape of that b***ard there.”Mrs McGinley, 68, with an address at Prucklish, Churchill, Letterkenny, vehemently denies the accusation made my Mr McMonagle.The court heard how there had been an on-going dispute between Martin McMonagle and members of the accused woman’s family.The court heard that Mrs McGinley’s two daughters along with other parents had filed a complaint to CIE in June, 2014.The complaint was in relation to the conduct of Mr McMonagle’s wife who is also employed as a bus driver which services the local primary school.Mr McMonagle alleged there had been another incident between them prior to the incident on November 28th, and on that occasion it involved a road traffic incident.Mr McMonagle contacted Garda and wanted them to note the incident but requested for them not to take the matter any further.However, after the alleged incident which occurred on the 28th of November – Mr McMonagle made a statement to Gardaí on December 3rd.Solicitor for the defendant Kieran O’Gorman suggested that Mr McMonagle had conjured up this allegation to get back at Mrs McGinley – whose two daughters lodged the complaint to the CIE against his wife.Inspector Michael Harrison cross examined Mr McMonagle about the incident on November 28th.Mr McMonagle told the court, “I went to the school as usual and was speaking to a friend – I was aware Mrs McGinley was there and I seen her vehicle.“As I made my way back towards the bus to take the children home – I heard a voice which I knew to be Mrs McGinley’s.“She said, ‘Look at the shape of that b***ard there, – I’ve tunnel vision and I just ignored it, and proceeded to carry on back to the van.”Inspector Harrison asked him, ‘Did her comments annoy you?’ – Mr McMonagle responded that, “Yeah it did a bit, but I’ve tunnel vision and just walked on.”Solicitor for the defendant Kieran O’Gorman then questioned Mr McMonagle about the alleged allegation.O’Gorman said, “You’ve known this woman for years – and you’ve never had any issues or altercation with her.“She never knew about the previous incident you reported to Gardaí, but yet she apparently verbally abused you outside the school?“I think you made the accusation to get back at my client because her daughters made a complaint against your wife.”Mr McMonagle responded by saying, “That’s not true at all.”O’Gorman then asked Mr McMonagle, “Why would you not confront Mrs McGinley if she had made this comment and say, “Excuse me, what’s your problem, why did you say that?”Mr McMonagle responded by saying, “They are not approachable people, and as I stated earlier I’ve tunnel vision, I don’t want any trouble, I want to go about my work in peace.“I ignored it, but I realised the situation wasn’t going to be resolved – and was only going to get worse – that’s why I made the official complaint to Gardaí then.”O’Gorman responded by saying, “You don’t realise the situation you’ve put this poor woman in, dragging her in here today.“The reason? Because she’s the mother of the two people who made a complaint against your wife.“Why would my client, who has never said anything to you in the past, who you’ve never had an issue with – all of sudden verbally abuse you?“You were angry about what happened your wife and you conjured up this allegation to get back at them.Inspector Michael Harrison asked Mr McMonagle had their be any incidents recently?Mr McMonagle said, “Yes, I was driving in Letterkenny, and Mrs McGinley’s car was parked up, they seen me and her grandson started giving me the fingers.“Mrs McGinley was laughing as he did this – I didn’t react and just drove on.”Mrs McGinley took the stand and gave evidence and completely refuted all claims made by Mr McMonagle.She told the court, “I would never say anything like that, I’ve never done anything like that in my life before.“I always said hello to him in the past, and was friendly and courteous towards him – never had an issue with him and wasn’t involved in the complaints made against his wife.“When the guards informed of the complaint made against me – I was just totally, totally shocked by it.”Inspector Harrison asked Mrs McGinley, “Why would he make the allegations up?”“I’ve no idea, I never said that to him – it didn’t happen – I’ve no reason to say anything to him and I wouldn’t insult anyone.”Judge James Faughnan decided to adjourn the case for twelve months – and ordered for there to be absolutely no contact between either parties.The case was adjourned until January 19th, 2017.SCHOOL BUS DRIVER ALLEGES HE WAS VERBALLY ABUSED OUTSIDE NATIONAL SCHOOL was last modified: January 22nd, 2016 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:abuseChurchillcomplaintcourtsdisputeMartin McMonagleMrs McGinleynewsPrimary school
The captains of Red Hughs and Naomh Muire with Junior Ref Aideen Meehan at Pairc Cholmcille on Saturday. Pic Brid SweeneyThe County Board of the Donegal LGFA would like to thank Naomh Colmcille, Newtowncunnigham for hosting the U13 fixtures on Saturday past as well as the Junior B Final.In the U13s, Buncrana, Mac Cumhaills, Glenswilly and Naomh Muire were successful on the day and progress to the semi-finals.The next round of games is this coming Saturday with A Section quarter-finals also on the agenda. All the details of fixtures and times are below:Fixtures U13s for Saturday, October 18, Centre of Excellence, Convoy Games – 25 minutes each way – 5 minute break – rolling substitutions during breaks in play from the half-way point of the pitch. 11-a-side (or 13-a-side on agreement of BOTH teams).In the event of a draw, 5 minutes each way of additional time. No coaching from behind goals. Coaches and mentors are not allowed onto the pitch during play and are asked to respect the directions of the referee and officials.2.30pm Moville v Termon – Pitch 1 – Section A Quarter Final2.30pm Gaoth Dobhair v St Eunan’s – Pitch 2 – Section A Quarter Final3.30pm Downings v Glenfin – Pitch 1 – Section A Quarter Final3.30pm Glenswilly v Convoy – Pitch 2 – Section C Semi Final 4.30pm Mac Cumhaills v Cloughaneely – Pitch 1 – Section C Semi Final4.30pm Buncrana v St Michael’s – Pitch 2 – Section B Semi Final5.30pm Naomh Muire v St Naul’s – Pitch 1 – Section B Semi FinalNext…….>>>> Section A Semi-Finals, Section B Final and Section C Final to be played Saturday November 8, venue to be confirmedSection A Semi FinalsMoville or Termon v Naomh ConaillGaoth Dobhair or St Eunan’s v Downings or Glenfin LADIES FOOTBALL: U13 FIXTURES AND TIMES FOR SATURDAY was last modified: October 12th, 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:fixturesmovilleNAOMH MUIRERED HUGHS.St EunansTermonU13s
Daniel O’Donnell has revealed his dream of becoming an actor – and has signed up to acting classes in Galway.DanielThe Kincasslagh man is on an extended break from his music career and will be heading to drama school in the coming weeks.The crooner hopes the experience will help him land a role in a musical in the future.He has revealed in the past how he would love even a walk-on part on his favourite soap opera, Coronation Street.“I plan to take part in a workshop in acting, but only for a week,” he said.“That is just what it would be like, as I have always thought that I would like to do something- perhaps in a musical.”“This will just give me a feel for it and it will be with an acting school in Galway.”Daniel’s manager is already coming up with some ideas for what roles the singer would be suited for.“It is with somebody that my new manager, Kieran Cavanagh, knows and he is coming up with his own ideas for what I might be suitable for and he is bringing those ideas to the table.”In an interview with his eponymous fan club magazine, Daniel assured fans he will be returning to music soon enough.“I’m not retired, I have not given up, it’s just a break from touring,” he said.“I know that I will be going back and this thought makes the sabbatical more enjoyable.DANIEL MOVES A STEP CLOSER TO ‘CORRIE’ DREAM WITH ACTING CLASSES was last modified: June 20th, 2015 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:ACTING CLASSESDANIL O’DONNELLdonegal
Letterkenny man Aidan Callaghan will take part in the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii today at 6:25pm Irish time.The Ironman Championship, organised by the World Triathlon Corporation, is the annual culmination of a series of Ironman triathlon qualification races held all over the world.The annual Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon was established in 1977 as a way to challenge athletes who had seen success at endurance swim, running and biathlon events. Aidan uploaded a video blog on his Facebook page yesterday where he was preparing for his final swim, and explained that he is “very happy with the way things have gone”, and it has been very “tight with the heat but I’m starting to get used to it. I’m ready to go!”Aidan wanted to thank everyone who has supported him on his journey; “It means an awful lot and hopefully tomorrow come 7am Hawaiian time I’ll be able to do myself justice, and do everyone who has supported me justice.”Relishing the atmosphere in Kona, he says; “This is the place to be when you’re talking triathlon. It lives up to everything people say.” He says there is a fantastic buzz in Kona and predicts that it will be absolutely “hopping” when the race begins.To watch live coverage of the traithlon you can click here. Aidan will begin at 6:25 and his number is 1914.The team at Donegal Daily would like to wish Aidan the best of luck this evening!Aidan Callaghan to take part in Ironman Championship in Hawaii today was last modified: October 8th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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)