East Sepik to host provincial games next month to scout for PNG Games talents

first_imgThe ground work to field a competitive team for the 2016 Games started early this year, and next month will see the provincial games played to identify potential athletes.The games will be played in the provincial capital, Wewak, on November 6.“Focus of the provincial games is to pick a train on squad for Team Sepik,” said Clarence Hukahu, Team Sepik manager. “By December, we expect to finalise the squad and run training for the individual codes.”Hukahu told Loop PNG that the codes confirmed to participate are soccer (12 men and 6 women’s teams), volleyball (8 men and women), touch rugby (4 men and women), dart (6 teams), basketball (4 men and women) and athletics.He added that the codes which took part in the 2014 PNG Games but not listed had themselves to blame.“Other sporting coordinators failed by not fulfilling requirements but a chance will be given to medal winners in the last games to be drafted into the train on squad.”Also, neighbouring Aitape district in the Sandaun Province will be sending three teams to give competition.Meanwhile, the organizers of the games are still waiting for financial support from the Provincial Government Sports Office.“We have requested for K32, 000 and if we do not receive any funding we will still try to host the games,” said Hukahu.    Photo: 2014 Team Sepik at the walking into the opening ceremony arena. File Picture.last_img read more

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JRU bombers thwart tough Batangueños

first_imgJose Rizal University fended off a tough Batangas crew, 70-65, to grab its second win in the 2017 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup Thursday at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.Ervin Grospe came up big for the Heavy Bombers, showing the way for his side with 20 points and three rebounds.ADVERTISEMENT Ben&Ben, IV of Spades, SB19 win big at 5th Wish Music Awards DILG to lock shops in Tagaytay City, other areas near Taal Luis Manzano jokes about Mikee Morada’s proposal to Alex Gonzaga: ‘Baka nagtali lang ng sintas’ Anne Curtis talks about renewing faith in God amid the world’s ‘noise and clutter’ Tey Teodoro also had 18 points, seven of which came in the third quarter where JRU erected an 11-point lead, 53-42, midway through the period.“Just like every time, I tell my players to keep playing. Our defense today was a big improvement compared to our last game,” said coach Vergel Meneses.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnThe Heavy Bombers went up 2-0, joining AMA Online Education as early league leaders this conference.In the other game, Wangs opened its campaign with a 92-83 triumph over Victoria Sports-MLQU. Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio 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 respite Bulacan inmates, jail guards raise donations for Taal victims DILG to lock shops in Tagaytay City, other areas near Taal So increases distance from Carlsen, 4 otherscenter_img Marlon Gomez and John Tambeling fired 17 points each for the Couriers.Joseph Sedurifa kept the Batangueños in the game, getting to as close as three, 61-58, midway in the fourth.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town Palace: Crisis over ABS-CBN franchise unlikely Motorcycle taxis ‘illegal’ starting next week — LTFRB board member LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READlast_img read more

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Lindener remanded for gun possession

first_imgA Coomacka Mines, Linden, Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Upper Berbice) man was on Thursday denied his pretrial liberty when he appeared in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts to answer to a possession of firearms charge.Devon Blount called “Banga”, pleaded not guilty to the charge which was read to him by Magistrate Leron Daly.It was alleged that on August 10, 2016, at North Fort, Konawaruk, Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni ), he had in his possession a 12 gauge double-barrel shotgun without being the holder of a firearm licence.Blount was refused bail and will make his next court appearance before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on September 8, 2016.A police report earlier Thursday said that sometime around 10:00h on Wednesday ranks in the area were on patrol when they stopped and searched Blount.During the search, the ranks unearthed the weapon.last_img read more

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Drilling of Rupununi wells to begin after rainy season

first_imgThe Brazilian authorities are in the process of formulating the agreement to begin drilling a number of wells in the South Rupununi, Region Nine (Upper Takatu-Upper Essequibo) following the end of the May/June rainy season, according to Guyana’s Ambassador to Brazil, George Talbot.He informed that the Brazilian Army is currently in the process of scoping the areaGuyana’s Ambassador to Brazil, George Talbotand the Complementary Agreement to the Technical Cooperation Agreement between the two countries are in the channel and will be ready very soon. He added that the project will commence before the end of 2017 once the agreement is signed.Ambassador Talbot revealed that a third meeting of the administrative aspect of the Partial Scope Agreement is scheduled for July and under the agreement, Guyana will be able to export some 180 plus under-used items to Brazil. He noted the agreement includes St Kitts and Nevis as a third party serving as a boost for trade.He said that after the drilling would have commenced on the Brazilian side, Guyanese counterparts would be trained in drilling of the wells, operational procedures and well maintenance.“The element of capacity training is very important on this project which makes more than just a single intervention of drilling and leaving and building of capacity so that in the future Guyanese will be able to perform the works,” he said.The Ambassador said that Guyana is working assiduously to enforce the International Transport Agreement it has with Brazil; adding that they have been working closely with the Attorney General’s Chambers and is hopeful that the National Assembly will be able to take some decisive action soon. He noted that the agreement will strengthen trade ties and allow the easier movement of good and services.He commended the Government for going ahead with works on the Linden-Lethem road and the bridge across Kurupukari.Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson is expected to be in Brazil later this month to have discussions to determine a bi-lateral agreement on infrastructure.last_img read more

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Visit to a small planet looms

first_imgThe dwarf planet may have water, and there was one recent observation – though not yet repeated – that it may even have a thin atmosphere. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NASA: Voyage to asteroid belt could build arguments in favor of redefining Pluto as a planet. By Dan Sorenson ARIZONA DAILY STAR Don’t hold your breath, Pluto fans, but a NASA spacecraft leaving for the asteroid belt next week could make a case for classifying planets based on geology rather than size and influence, according to an Arizona scientist working on the Dawn mission. The mission, will lift off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station next Wednesday to visit the asteroids Ceres and Vesta. Vesta is a dry rock 360 miles around at its equator, and Ceres is possibly a water-bearing object roughly 590 miles around at its equator. Ceres was the first asteroid to be discovered (in 1801), and it’s the largest, most massive object in the asteroid belt. It recently was bumped up to dwarf-planet status. Pluto, the ninth planet in our solar system since it was discovered in 1930, was busted down to dwarf-planet status last year by the International Astronomical Union. Exploration of Ceres and Vesta could reveal much about the dramatically different bodies – not totally unlike the differences between some planets in our solar system, said Mark V. Sykes, director of the Tucson, Ariz.-based Planetary Science Institute. “I’ve been arguing for a geophysical perspective,” Sykes said about the classification of solar-system objects. Ceres “is not like any other asteroid.” last_img read more

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Arsene Wenger to appeal misconduct charge from West Brom game

first_imgArsene Wenger intends to contest a charge of misconduct from the Football Association following his conduct in the referee’s changing room after Sunday’s game against West Brom.The Arsenal manager was incensed by Mike Dean’s decision to award West Bromwich Albion a late penalty at The Hawthorns in the 1-1 draw.Wenger was charged on Tuesday and has until 6pm on Friday to officially appeal the charge.Asked if he would contest the charge, the Frenchman  said: “100 per cent. You can listen to every interview I said. I stick to everything I said without a problem.”Wenger was speaking after a pulsating and, at times, controversial 2-2 draw with Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night.He was infuriated by what he called a ‘farcical’ penalty, which was converted by Eden Hazard after the Belgium playmaker was fouled by Hector Bellerin.“At the moment we have to face surprising decisions,” Wenger added. Wenger was also infuriated with the awarding of Chelsea’s penalty during the 2-2 draw 1last_img read more

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Jackson County Inmate Roster – 12-29-18

first_imgView Profile >>> Bond:No Bond Bond:No Bond Grigsby, Travis R View Profile >>> Booking #:100490 View Profile >>> View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Hurley, Cody M Charges:35-43-4-2 A Theft35-43-2-2 Criminal Trespass35-43-5-2(a) Counterfeiting35-43-4-2 A Theft Bond:$1505 Charges:34-47-2 Direct Contempt Hess, David D Booking Date:12-28-2018 – 8:26 pm View Profile >>> Booking Date:08-13-2018 – 9:46 am Bond:No Bond Charges:35-43-4-2 A Theft35-43-5-2(a) Counterfeiting35-48-4-11 Possession Marijuana/Hashish Clark, Victoria C Bond:$705 View Profile >>> Charges:35-43-5-3(a12) Decep. false ifo for gov cont35-43-5-3.5(a) Identity Deception Bond:No Bond Booking Date:12-28-2018 – 5:10 pm Booking Date:12-27-2018 – 10:15 am View Profile >>> Booking Date:10-08-2018 – 3:24 pm Charges:35-44-3-6 Failure to Appear34-47-2 Direct Contempt Bond:$3000 Charges:1 Serve Time Circut Court Charges:34-47-2 Direct Contempt5 Writ Of Attachment Booking #:99869 Booking #:100514 Release Date:12-27-2018 – 9:23 am Booking #:100471 Charges:35-48-4-6.1 Poss of Meth35-48-4-8.3 Possession of Paraphernalia Booking Date:12-04-2018 – 5:35 am Release Date:12-27-2018 – 4:38 pm Booking Date:12-28-2018 – 3:28 pm Booking #:100510 View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Booking #:100512 Peters, Daryl M Ihle, Sierra D Booking #:99798 Gaspar-Pascual, Victor Lopez, Jacinto R Charges:9-30-5-3 Operating Vehicle Intox/Prior9-30-5-1(b) BAC .15% or greater35-45-1-3 Disorderly Conduct35-43-2-2 Criminal Trespass9-24-19-2 DWS- Prior Unrelated Violation Booking #:100098 Bond:No Bond Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours. Booking Date:10-28-2017 – 8:50 am Bond:No Bond Booking Date:12-27-2018 – 9:56 pm Bond:$705 Release Date:12-26-2018 – 11:23 am Release Date:12-27-2018 – 11:08 pm Eisenmenger, Harley T Release Date:12-27-2018 – 8:38 pm Booking #:100362 Booking Date:12-26-2018 – 8:37 pm Bond:No Bond View Profile >>> Charges:35-43-4-2 A Theft35-44-3-2 Assisting a Criminal Charges:35-38-2.3 Probation Violation (Adult) Charges:34-47-2 Direct Contempt Bond:No Bond Booking Date:12-28-2018 – 10:31 pm Booking #:100503 McCammon, James A Broughton, Courtney View Profile >>> Booking Date:12-08-2018 – 10:26 pm Booking #:100507 Blake, Megan E Release Date:12-27-2018 – 12:38 pm Bond:$1505 Bond:No Bond Booking Date:12-28-2018 – 5:34 pm Bond:No Bond Charges:35-43-5-2(a) Counterfeiting35-43-4-2 A Theft35-43-2-2 Criminal Trespass Booking #:97922 Charges:35-43-4-2(a)(1) Theft >$750 <$50000 or prior Bond:$705 Charges:35-43-2-2 Criminal Trespass Charges:35-48-4-11 Possession Marijuana/Hashish Bond:$4005 View Profile >>> Bond:No Bond Booking Date:12-28-2018 – 4:03 am Charges:9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License9-30-5-1 BAC .08% to .14% Bond:No Bond Booking #:100511 Release Date:12-27-2018 – 10:08 pm Koontz, Tonia L Bond:No Bond Booking Date:12-01-2018 – 1:05 am Bond:No Bond Charges:35-43-4-2 A Theft Charges:9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License Riley, Bryce L Charges:35-38-2-3 Violation Probation/Adult Warr View Profile >>> Bond:No Bond Booking #:100506 Booking #:100506 Booking Date:09-27-2018 – 7:50 pm Bond:$3005 View Profile >>> Release Date:12-27-2018 – 9:38 pm Mullins, Patricia L Bond:No Bond Booking #:99960 View Profile >>> Booking Date:09-14-2018 – 9:29 pm Booking Date:12-27-2018 – 9:56 pm Bond:No Bond Release Date:12-28-2018 – 10:23 am Release Date:12-26-2018 – 2:23 pm Charges:35-48-4-11 Possession Marijuana/Hashish Doty, Bryant D View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Booking #:100025 Bond:$1505 Wagner, Jennifer R Charges:35-48-4-3.3 Poss of Para , non prior View Profile >>> Stacy, Debra L Release Date:12-26-2018 – 12:08 pm View Profile >>> Booking Date:12-26-2018 – 8:31 am Charges:35-42-2-1.3 Domestic Battery Release Date:12-27-2018 – 11:08 pm Release Date:12-27-2018 – 1:08 pm Bond:No Bond Booking #:100493 View Profile >>> Bond:$1410 Booking #:100410 Release Date:12-27-2018 – 9:23 am View Profile >>> Lanning, Jesse K Bond:$1505 Booking Date:12-26-2018 – 9:50 am View Profile >>> Bond:$2210 Booking #:100486 View Profile >>> Booking Date:12-24-2018 – 4:50 am Booking #:100071 Reed, Jonathan N View Profile >>> Booking #:100509 Bond:$705 Charges:7.1-5-1-3 Public Intoxication35-43-4-2.7(e2) Unauth Ent of veh comm crime35-43-2-1 Burglary35-43-4-2 A Theft35-43-4-2 A Theft35-43-2-2 Criminal Trespass Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours. Booking Date:12-04-2018 – 4:57 am Booking #:100028 Pearson, Christopher J Booking Date:03-22-2018 – 7:15 pm Charges:35-43-2-1 Burglary35-43-4-2 A Theft35-43-4-2 B Stolen Property;Poss/sell/reci View Profile >>> Booking Date:09-27-2018 – 2:08 pm King, Anna M Hobson, Joshua T Booking #:100499 View Profile >>> McCrory, Hannah M Booking #:100500 Charges:35-48-4-6.1 Poss of Meth35-44-3-6 Failure to Appear35-47-2-23 (2D) Possession handgun by Felon35-44.1-2-3 False Reporting35-48-4-3.3 Poss of Para , non prior Jones, Alicia A Booking Date:10-04-2018 – 8:19 pm Booking Date:12-25-2018 – 9:41 am Booking #:100386 Charges:35-42-2-1(f)(2) Battery w/deadly weapon35-45-2-1 Intimidation Charges:35-42-2-1.3 Domestic Battery Charges:35-48-4-11 Possession Marijuana/Hashish3 Out of County Hold Dillman, Ashley N Booking #:100498 Charges:35-44.1-3-1(b1) Resist LE w/dw w/veh w/risk35-44-3-3 Resisting Officer9-21-8-52 (A1) Reckless Driving-High Speed9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License35-42-2-1(f)(1) Battery Serious Bodily Injury Booking Date:12-26-2018 – 2:48 pm Booking #:98901 Booking Date:08-27-2018 – 10:42 am Release Date:12-27-2018 – 4:38 pm Booking Date:12-28-2018 – 7:50 pm Booking Date:12-24-2018 – 7:38 pm Release Date:12-26-2018 – 3:23 pm Booking #:100501 Booking Date:12-28-2018 – 12:19 am Doty, Bryant D Release Date:12-27-2018 – 4:38 pm Bond:No Bond Booking #:100513 Inmates booked into the Jail within the last 24 hours. View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Booking #:100387 View Profile >>> Francisco, Mario J Booking #:100508 Release Date:12-28-2018 – 7:23 pm Charges:9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox9-30-5-1(b) BAC .15% or greater9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License Charges:1 Serve Time Circut Court Riddell, Hugh N Release Date:12-28-2018 – 10:08 am Booking Date:12-21-2018 – 11:26 am Sebastian, Gaspar S Barger, Walter L View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours. Velasco-bernal, Vicentelast_img read more

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DD Motoring: End of the line

first_imgI am not surprised that Bus Eireann Expressways are in the crisis they are in.For years I have had an interest in public transport, and our national bus service provider. They have never listened to their customer’s needs. It is sad to think that a national bus service will no longer exist in Ireland, especially with Britain about to depart from Europe. Advertisement It saddens me to say as a person born in Co. Donegal that the British provided a better transport service in Donegal over one hundred years ago. A network of railways and companies built a structured network to most parts of our remote county.The only positive thing that anyone seems to say about Bus Eireann Expressway as we head into this strike, is that it provided a great service to the Airport in Dublin and that it is also cheaper than driving your car to Dublin and parking there.Losses are not new to transport services. We only need to look at the early days of the Lough Swilly railway when it was extending the line from Burnfoot or Tobin Junction to Letterkenny. The company was in difficultly before it even got the rail line section finished as far as Letterkenny. The government at the time stepped in to support the completion of the line.A friend and neighbour of mine Mick Gallen in Glencar who drove the CDR railcar told me of the re-laying of the line between Ballindrait and Lifford in the late 50s. At the time it looked so good for the future of the Letterkenny to Strabane railway line which in turn at that time could take you on to Dublin. In less than a year the railways were closed for good in Co. Donegal, and the new line was lifted less than a year after it was put down. Advertisement So since then you had to be in Letterkenny or Donegal Town or any connecting town in between them to be able to get an express bus to Dublin and that was it. Lough Swilly Bus Company were the service provider for the less profitable routes in the north west of the county.Lough Swilly was in the transport business for 164 years in Co Donegal. A similar time as Co.Donegal Railway, CIE started in 1945 and Bus Eireann was formed in 1987. With the Lough Swilly Bus Company closing in 2014 and the chiefs in Bus Eireann saying that the National Service is about to go if the workers don’t reconsider their demands. Donegal and the rest of rural Ireland is about to be left with out a national bus network.There are positives from this outcome in Donegal. Because of the demand in and out of Donegal over the years which Bus Eireann eitherover looked or didn’t think mattered private bus companies all local in our county have covered millions of miles in and out of Donegal to Dublin, Galway, Belfast and even Glasgow since the time Bus Eireann was set up in 1987. These companies, some of which started off in taxis then progressed to mini busses. These were the poor relations on the roads for the last 30 years, these were the ones that were listening to its passengers, went that extra mile.For years they were look down on by the national service provider, they lifted their passengers along the road side and stopped short of the big transport hubs in the cities they provided service to. Over the years paying passengers have made the slow move across to the private bus service in and out of Co. Donegal.Donegal people look back in sadness at the demise of the railway in Donegal, the sad truth about the railway in Donegal was that it wasn’t supported by the people of the county. It could be simply that they couldn’t afford it or had their own way of getting from A to B that the might have considered the train a luxury to travel by in those years.Donegal, never in its history had a better private bus service up and running than it has at the moment. For all these companies that built up these service over the years which have provided work in Co Donegal, now is the time to support them, now is the time to look for support for these local companies. Proper bus stops to accommodate the numbers of passengers that use these services. Proper Time tables for Co.Donegal that include and recognise all these route service providers. Proper online booking providers that these companies can avail of. The Single Bus stop in Letterkenny that caters for all the private bus companies that operate in Co Donegal that is located near Michael Murphy Sports. Photo Brian McDaidWhat we don’t want to see in Donegal now is negativity to these bus services. If a strike goes ahead with Bus Eireann which looks very likely to happen, there will be loads of bus companies looking to long hall routes like Dublin and Galway to Donegal to come in with a view of tendering for these route if Bus Eireann is to fail.If you were a student studying in Galway or Dublin over recent years, you know your local Donegal bus company was the one most students use to get home.And finallyIt was about a month ago two Japanese tourists stopped me outside O’Boyce’s at the Station Roundabout. They were obviously on google maps or something but were looking for the bus station, I pointed them in the direction of the Bus Eireann Bus station.Photo Brian McDaidThey then showed me their map on the phone which was showing a second bus station. What was shown was the bus stop for private busses in Letterkenny, just out side Michael Murphy’s Sports Shop. I pointed to the small Bus Stop along the road side and had bother convincing them that this is one of the main stops for every bus in Donegal that is not Bus Eireann. DD Motoring: End of the line was last modified: January 26th, 2017 by Brian McDaidShare 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:brian mc daidbus eireanndonegalmotoringstrikelast_img read more

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Man who raped grand-niece after Take That concert jailed for seven years

first_imgA man who molested and raped his grand-niece 25 years ago at locations in Donegal and Dublin has been jailed for seven years for the “enormous and gross breach of trust”.The 66-year-old man, who cannot be named to protect the victim’s anonymity, was convicted of five offences after a jury trial at the Central Criminal Court last April. He had pleaded not guilty to three counts of sexual assault between November 1992 and December 1994 and two counts of rape between June and September 1994.Sentencing the man, Ms Justice Margaret Heneghan said the man had exerted enormous control over his victim and exploited her when she was a “young, defenceless and vulnerable” child.“Sexual crimes can have exceptional, irrevocable consequences of a devastating nature on the victim, their families and the perpetrator and their families,” the judge said.She noted the man had expressed no remorse for his offending.Handing down the seven year sentence, the judge accepted the man would have difficulty in prison given his age. He has no previous convictions and the court heard he has not come to Garda attention since abusing his grand-niece.The court previously heard that the victim was aged about 10 when the man began kissing her and molesting her.In the summer of 1994, when she was aged 12, he raped her twice. The second incident of rape took place when she and her mother had come to Dublin for a Take That concert and were staying at their relatives’ home.In a victim impact statement, the woman said that she felt dirty, angry and sick after the assaults. She said she would relive the rapes and abuse over and over again as a child.She said she now suffers from panic attacks, flashbacks, anxiety and depression. She said this has affected her ability to work and to hold down relationships.The woman said she is hyper-vigilant and protective around her children. She panics when they go swimming and will not let anybody else bathe them. She said this has led to major rows.She said that after her son was born she began seeing her attacker’s face in her son and suffered post-natal depression. She was unable to care for the child and she began counselling to deal with this.“All my life I have felt that I was living in a prison,” she said, adding that she no longer feels a prisoner of her past because she has come forward about the abuse.Patrick Gageby SC, defending, handed in a large number of testimonials from family and friends of the defendant. He said his client has no other convictions and was of otherwise good character.He said his client’s wife had health difficulties and was extremely reliant on her husband. He said the court was entitled to take this into consideration in sentencing.Mr Gageby said the woman originally made substantial complaints of repeated abuse at the hands of another relative, who has since died.After the sentence was handed down, the man kissed and hugged his wife before being taken into custody.Man who raped grand-niece after Take That concert jailed for seven years was last modified: May 20th, 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)last_img read more

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Road closed following serious collision

first_imgBarnesmore Gap remains closed this morning following a serious overnight collision.The incident occurred on the N15 between Donegal Town and Ballybofey, approx 8km south of Ballybofey.Emergency services remain at the scene. Traffic is being diverted via The Dergline and HGV’s should divert through Glenties.Gardai are warning of poor conditions on the diversion route due to ice. AA Roadwatch advises motorists to drive with care and expect delays.Road closed following serious collision was last modified: December 4th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)last_img read more

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