Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ MOST READ Game 5 is set at 8 p.m. at Sta. Rosa Multi Purpose Sports Complex in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.Mike Singletary and Sam Deguara each scattered 20 points, while Jason Brickman had 13 points and 10 assists for Mono, which bounced back from a 93-99 loss in Game 3.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownJustin Brownlee had 18 points, but the import missed a corner triple after Zamar’s basket, allowing Mono to secure the win in front of a lively home crowd.Hounded by foul trouble in the second half, Renaldo Balkman also tallied 18 points. Two nights after a 30-point performance in Game 3, Ray Parks had 21 points on 7-of-18 shooting from beyond the arc. Barcelona wins league title in an almost perfect season 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 ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew LATEST STORIES Alab came within 83-86 with 1:18 remaining after Brownlee hit two free throws off Deguara’s fourth foul, and after a turnover by Singletary, the Filipinos had a huge opportunity to pull even closer. But Parks missed a fadeaway shot, before Zamar hit the dagger on the other end.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Photo from ASEAN Basketball LeagueBANGKOK – Mono Vampire’s Filipino import Paul Zamar hit the biggest shot of the game as the Thai club slipped past San Miguel Alab Pilipinas, 88-83, last Monday to force a winner-take-all Game 5 for the 2018 ASEAN Basketball League crown at Stadium 29 here.Zamar, the former University of the East star, finished with 11 points, including the tough floater with 17 seconds remaining that helped Mono survive another gutsy stand by the Filipino club, which stayed in the thick of the fight even after committing 26 turnovers.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ View comments
Medical professionals attached to Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice) are currently undergoing a three-day workshop in support of zero maternal deaths caused by haemorrhaging.The initiative which is being hosted at the Linden Hospital Complex (LHC) is organised by the Public Health Ministry in collaboration with the Pan-American Health Organisation (PAHO). The workshop which commenced on Wednesday wraps up today.Medical professionals including doctors, medics, midwives and community health workers are all participating.Facilitators said participants will benefit from training on how to estimate blood loss, recognise signs of shock and ways in which maternal patients can be stabilised.Health workers and facilitators at the seminarIt also includes education on the use of non-surgical methods utilising simple, low-cost medical materials in an effort to stop bleeding.Speaking with Guyana Times, National PAHO consultant, obstetrician/gynaecologist, Dr Padmini Singh noted that it was discovered that one of the leading causes of maternal deaths is due to postpartum haemorrhaging, hence the need for training medical professionals.“What we have identified in Guyana, one of the main reasons that women die is postpartum haemorrhage. So because of this, we decided it’s a very important training that the medical personnel should have…it helps personnel to identify that the patient is in shock and the patient is bleeding. So the first and most important thing is to recognise the condition,” she explained.Dr Singh added that the programme has already been undertaken by various countries in the Caribbean and Latin America and would have all seen positive results. In like manner, she said Guyana is also hoping to do so.“We are very passionate about the reduction of maternal deaths… We don’t want to see any of our pregnant women dying… that’s why we’re training our personnel, to recognise the deficiencies and work on those to strengthen the system,” she noted.Dr Singh said PAHO is also lending technical support to the Public Health Ministry for training to be extended across all regions of Guyana. All have benefited so far, she explained, except for Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni) which is expected to benefit next month.Participants were also educated on the use of medication to prevent and control bleeding.Dr Singh noted that PAHO has also provided assistance in the provision of anti-shock garments (garments used to stabilise patients, to have them safely transferred from a primary to referral institution).Dr Singh, who is also working on the Maternal Mortality Reduction Project, stressed that all medical personnel have an important role to play in maternal death reduction.“With us teaching all of these methods and giving these tools… we hope that eventually we can prevent maternal deaths by haemorrhage,” she posited.Meanwhile, Women’s Health Coordinator attached to the Public Health Ministry, Dr Umadai Rattan noted that while participants are already knowledgeable on the topics, the workshop serves as a means of re- enforcement.She said more significantly, participants were educated on the use of the recently introduced anti-shock garments, as well as how to manage emergencies and emergency team work. She too stressed that the issue of maternal deaths is an important one for every country.“It’s an issue recognised worldwide…maternal health is everybody’s business. It starts at home. It’s not just for the hospital, it’s not just for the mom. It’s a community platform because when a mom dies it not only affects the family but the community and the country. So we’re asking everyone to be on board…,” she noted, citing the importance of increasing awareness.Dr Rattan said apart from theory and practical aspects, the workshop also focuses on perinatal information system, which the Government of Guyana is moving towards very soon.“We’re going to try to make the information system electronic. So if you’re a mom that’s in Lethem and you happen to come to the Georgetown or Linden Hospital and you don’t have your clinic card with you, we put in your identification number or your name and we get all of your information,” she explained.She emphasised that the training also taught key professionals how to manage as emergency first responders. Dr Rattan said the Ministry is also working on system strengthening through capacity building.
Photo: Fire crews quickly dealt with two small fires Wednesday night – Adam Reaburn/Energeticcity.caThe Fort St. John Fire Department was called to a small debris fire Wednesday night.- Advertisement -Two piles of debris caught fire in a field near 102nd avenue and 108th street. Both fires were quickly extinguished.At this time, the cause of the fires is unknown.
1 Manchester United youngster Nick Powell Manchester United midfielder Nick Powell does not expect to walk straight in to the Leicester City side after agreeing to join them on loan for the season.Powell moved to Old Trafford from Crewe in 2012 for around £6million and spent last season on loan at Wigan where he scored the club’s first ever European goal.But, despite his pedigree, he does not expect to stroll in to Nigel Pearson’s first-team which has made a promising start despite their failure to win a match yet this season.The Foxes have two points from three games after well-fought draws against Everton and Arsenal.“I could go to the Championship and play week-in-week-out, but the Premier League is the next step and I feel like Leicester gave me that opportunity,” he told the club’s official website.“It’s a good squad – it’s powerful and has pace and is well structured and organised. I’m hoping that I’ll do well in the Premier League – the aim is to stay up.“I’ve had a chat with the manager and he said I’ve got to fit into the team and do what the boys do. I’m best suited in the No.10, in behind to get a bit of space, turn and go for the attacking option.“I can play in a number of positions – I’ll just have to try and find which one suits me best at Leicester. I’ve got to earn my way into the team first – it’s not given to you – that’s the first step.”
Ahead of Thursday’s Euro 2016 semi-final between France and Germany, check out this horror tackle from a meeting at the 1982 World Cup. It was West Germany v France at Sevilla’s Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium, with the former winning 5-4 on penalties after a 3-3 draw. It is nearly 34 years to the day since goalkeeper Harald Schumacher clattered into France’s Patrick Battiston. As he made a late run from midfield into the box, the Frenchman hit the ball past the on-running shot-stopper, his effort going just wide of the post, but he was sent crashing to the ground. As he lay still on the ground, the goalkeeper was bemused, unaware of the seriousness of the challenge, as he stood ready to take the goal-kick – see above!Battiston was stretchered off in a neck brace and he lost three teeth and is said to still be struggling with back problems as a result of the collision.Goalkeeper Schumacher escaped without punishment, going on to be the shootout hero as he saved two penalties.The nations met two years later and the pair reportedly exchanged shirts in private after the game.
SANTA MONICA – Actor Chris Penn, brother of Sean Penn, was found dead Tuesday at a Santa Monica residence, police said. Santa Monica police discovered the actor’s body around 4 p.m., Lt. Frank Fabrega said. Police said he was 40 years old. There were no obvious signs of foul play, Fabrega said. “The Penn family would appreciate the media’s respect of their privacy during this difficult time,” Mara Buxbaum, Sean Penn’s publicist, said in a statement. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card Penn’s body was found inside a four-story condominium complex near the beach on Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica. Police were called to the condominium complex by someone from within the building, Fabrega said. An autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death, authorities said. Chris Penn’s credits included “Mulholland Falls,” “Rumble Fish,” “All the Right Moves,” “Footloose” and “Rush Hour.” He also played Nice Guy Eddie Cabot in the 1992 Quentin Tarantino crime drama “Reservoir Dogs.” His late father, Leo Penn, directed television shows. His mother, Eileen Ryan, is an actress whose credits include “I Am Sam,” “Magnolia” and “Parenthood.” And his brother is musician Michael Penn. Chris Penn’s latest film, “The Darwin Awards,” was scheduled to premiere today at the Sundance Film Festival. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Julia, left, celebrates her birthday this week with flowers and right, sh stands at her home in Rathmullan which she lived in for 104 years.A Donegal woman who has just turned 106 has put her long life down to a hardy lifestyle – and not buying food from shops!Julia McAteer, who is originally from Rathmullan, now lives at Nazareth Housing nursing home in Fahan.But for 104 years of her life she lived outside Rathmullan in this tiny one-roomed house. And for 90 of those years this remarkable woman got by without electricity or running water.She insists that shop bought food just isn’t as good as home grown.She is registered in the 1911 Census of Ireland as a 3 year old.Julia is a non-drinker, a non-smoker and worked hard down the years. She never married and has led a very independent life. She was surrounded by her family including grand nephews and nieces for her birthday. JULIA (106) ON HOW TO LIVE A LONG LIFE was last modified: August 29th, 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:106birthdayJulia McAteerRathmullan
Three Glenties brothers have helped their team pull their way to success at the World outdoor Tug of War championships in Appenzell, Switzerland.The championships are running from the 6th – 9the Sept in the picturesque Swiss village. Yesterday Glen of Glenties brothers Connell & Jimmy Ward were pulling with their club (Lakehill who are based in Knockmore, Co. Mayo) in the open club 700kg competition. There were 36 teams in the competition as Lakehill progressed to the final without losing an inch of rope.In the final they faced Heure from the Netherlands who are the defending champions.Lakehill produced another powerful display to win the gold medal and the world title, their first ever world title.Today Friday Lakehill are pulling in the 640kg competition. Tomorrow Saturday the winning Lakehill team will represent Ireland at 700kg in the closed championships where a top 6 finish is needed to secure qualification for the World Games in Cali, Colomia in July 2013. GLENTIES MEN PULL IT OFF AT WORLD TUG-OF-WAR CHAMPIONSHIPS was last modified: September 7th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
The Mayor of Donegal Cllr. Frank McBrearty, on behalf of the elected members, management and staff of Donegal County Council would like to wish Jim McGuinness and the Donegal team all the best for their all Ireland final next Sunday.Speaking after Monday’s Council meeting the Mayor said although nothing would give him greater pleasure than Donegal winning the all-Ireland final and bringing the Sam Maguire back to Donegal, win or lose we will all be there to support the team and Jim McGuinness.“The feel good factor that has been generated by the Donegal football team is tremendous and is particularly special bearing in mind the times that are in it.” The Mayor added that “I would like to encourage everyone attending the game next weekend to wear the Donegal colours and I am looking forward to a great display of green and gold in Croke Park and this will be a sign to the rest of the country that the Hills of Donegal are alive and well.“It is a great pleasure for me to be Mayor this year, the year when the Donegal team has achieved so much. In 1992 when Donegal were last playing in the all-Ireland final I had just returned home from working in London and couldn’t get a ticket to the match. So this year, twenty years on, it is a great honour to be Mayor of Donegal.”The Mayor said he would also like to take this opportunity to support Donegal County Councils road safety campaign message ‘Slow Down for the Show Down’ which aims to bring down traffic speeds on our roads particularly during the all-Ireland weekend.“I would encourage everyone to drive safely, to drink responsibly and to look after each other during this weekend”. MAYOR WISHES DONEGAL GOOD LUCK FOR BIG GAME was last modified: September 18th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalgood luckMayor Frank McBrearty
The final 23 players for the 32 squads competing in South Africa’s 2010 Fifa World Cup were announced after the deadline for confirmed teams passed on 1 June. Get the low-down on the 736 footballers who will be battling it out for the sport’s biggest trophy from 11 June to 11 July.More statistics on the 32 teams 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP: FIRST STAGE GROUPS Group A South Africa Mexico Uruguay FranceGroup B Argentina Nigeria South Korea GreeceGroup C England USA Algeria SloveniaGroup D Germany Australia Serbia GhanaGroup E Netherlands Denmark Japan CameroonGroup F Italy Paraguay New Zealand SlovakiaGroup G Brazil North Korea Côte d’Ivoire PortugalGroup H Spain Switzerland Honduras Chile GROUP FITALY Coach: Marcello Lippi # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperGianluigi Buffon28 January 1978 (aged 32)100Juventus2GoalkeeperFederico Marchetti7 February 1983 (aged 27)4Cagliari3GoalkeeperMorgan De Sanctis27 March 1977 (aged 33)3Napoli4DefenderSalvatore Bocchetti30 November 1986 (aged 23)3Genoa5DefenderLeonardo Bonucci1 May 1987 (aged 23)1Bari6DefenderFabio Cannavaro (captain)13 September 1973 (aged 36)132Juventus7DefenderGiorgio Chiellini14 August 1984 (aged 25)28Juventus8DefenderDomenico Criscito30 December 1986 (aged 23)5Genoa9DefenderChristian Maggio11 February 1982 (aged 28)3Napoli10DefenderGianluca Zambrotta19 February 1977 (aged 33)92Milan11MidfielderMauro Camoranesi4 October 1976 (aged 33)53Juventus12MidfielderDaniele De Rossi24 July 1983 (aged 26)52Roma13MidfielderGennaro Gattuso9 January 1978 (aged 32)71Milan14MidfielderClaudio Marchisio19 January 1986 (aged 24)3Juventus15MidfielderRiccardo Montolivo18 January 1985 (aged 25)12Fiorentina16MidfielderAngelo Palombo25 September 1981 (aged 28)15Sampdoria17MidfielderSimone Pepe30 August 1983 (aged 26)13Udinese18MidfielderAndrea Pirlo19 May 1979 (aged 31)65Milan19ForwardAntonio Di Natale13 February 1979 (aged 31)31Udinese20ForwardAlberto Gilardino5 July 1982 (aged 27)39Fiorentina21ForwardVincenzo Iaquinta21 November 1979 (aged 30)35Juventus22ForwardGiampaolo Pazzini2 August 1984 (aged 25)6Sampdoria23ForwardFabio Quagliarella31 January 1983 (aged 27)18Napoli PARAGUAY Coach: Gerardo Martino # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperJusto Villar30 June 1977 (aged 32)71Real Valladolid2GoalkeeperAldo Bobadilla20 April 1976 (aged 34)18Independiente Medellín3GoalkeeperDiego Barreto16 July 1981 (aged 28)2Cerro Porteño4DefenderDenis Caniza (captain)29 August 1974 (aged 35)95León5DefenderPaulo da Silva1 February 1980 (aged 30)67Sunderland6DefenderCarlos Bonet2 October 1977 (aged 32)60Olimpia7DefenderJulio César Cáceres5 October 1979 (aged 30)59Atlético Mineiro8DefenderDarío Verón26 June 1979 (aged 30)27UNAM9DefenderClaudio Morel Rodríguez2 February 1978 (aged 32)25Boca Juniors10DefenderAureliano Torres16 June 1982 (aged 27)25San Lorenzo11DefenderAntolín Alcaraz30 July 1982 (aged 27)5Club Brugge12MidfielderÉdgar Barreto15 July 1984 (aged 25)47Atalanta13MidfielderCristian Riveros16 October 1982 (aged 27)45Cruz Azul14MidfielderEnrique Vera10 March 1979 (aged 31)25LDU Quito15MidfielderVíctor Cáceres25 March 1985 (aged 25)25Libertad16MidfielderJonathan Santana19 October 1981 (aged 28)21Wolfsburg17MidfielderNéstor Ortigoza7 October 1984 (aged 25)3Argentinos Juniors18ForwardRoque Santa Cruz16 August 1981 (aged 28)66Manchester City19ForwardNelson Valdez28 November 1983 (aged 26)38Borussia Dortmund20ForwardOscar Cardozo20 May 1983 (aged 27)29Benfica21ForwardÉdgar Benítez8 November 1987 (aged 22)12Pachuca22ForwardRodolfo Gamarra10 December 1988 (aged 21)2Libertad23ForwardLucas Barrios13 November 1984 (aged 25)0Borussia Dortmund NEW ZEALAND Coach: Ricki Herbert # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperMark Paston13 December 1976 (age 33)22Wellington Phoenix2DefenderBen Sigmund3 February 1981 (age 29)14Wellington Phoenix3DefenderTony Lochhead12 January 1982 (age 28)28Wellington Phoenix4DefenderWinston Reid3 July 1988 (age 21)2Midtjylland5DefenderIvan Vicelich3 September 1976 (age 33)66Auckland City6DefenderRyan Nelsen (captain)18 October 1977 (age 32)40Blackburn Rovers7MidfielderSimon Elliott10 June 1974 (age 35)62Unattached8MidfielderTim Brown6 March 1981 (age 29)25Wellington Phoenix9ForwardShane Smeltz29 September 1981 (age 28)29Gold Coast United10ForwardChris Killen8 October 1981 (age 28)31Middlesbrough11MidfielderLeo Bertos20 December 1981 (age 28)33Wellington Phoenix12GoalkeeperGlen Moss19 January 1983 (age 27)15Melbourne Victory13MidfielderAndy Barron24 December 1980 (age 29)11Team Wellington14ForwardRory Fallon20 March 1982 (age 28)6Plymouth Argyle15MidfielderMichael McGlinchey7 January 1987 (age 23)5Motherwell16MidfielderAaron Clapham1 January 1987 (age 23)0Canterbury United17MidfielderDavid Mulligan24 March 1982 (age 28)25Unattached18DefenderAndrew Boyens18 September 1983 (age 26)15New York Red Bulls19DefenderTommy Smith31 March 1990 (age 20)3Ipswich Town20ForwardChris Wood7 December 1991 (age 18)8West Bromwich Albion21MidfielderJeremy Christie22 May 1983 (age 27)21Tampa Bay22MidfielderJeremy Brockie7 October 1987 (age 22)17Newcastle Jets23GoalkeeperJames Bannatyne30 June 1975 (age 34)3Team Wellington SLOVAKIA Coach: Vladimír Weiss # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperJán Mucha5 December 1982 (aged 27)14Legia Warszawa2GoalkeeperDušan Kuciak21 May 1985 (aged 25)2FC Vaslui3GoalkeeperDušan Perniš28 November 1984 (aged 25)1Dundee United4DefenderRadoslav Zabavník16 September 1980 (aged 29)42Mainz5DefenderMarek Čech26 January 1983 (aged 27)38West Bromwich Albion6DefenderMartin Petráš2 November 1979 (aged 30)38Cesena7DefenderMartin Škrtel15 December 1984 (aged 25)37Liverpool8DefenderJán Ďurica10 December 1981 (aged 28)35Hannover 969DefenderPeter Pekarík30 October 1986 (aged 23)19Wolfsburg10DefenderKornel Saláta4 January 1985 (aged 25)3Slovan Bratislava11MidfielderMarek Hamšík (captain)27 July 1987 (aged 22)30Napoli12MidfielderStanislav Šesták16 December 1982 (aged 27)29Bochum13MidfielderMarek Sapara31 July 1982 (aged 27)24Ankaragücü14MidfielderJán Kozák22 April 1980 (aged 30)22Timişoara15MidfielderZdeno Štrba9 June 1976 (aged 34)20Skoda Xanthi16MidfielderMiroslav Stoch19 October 1989 (aged 20)10Twente17MidfielderKamil Kopúnek18 May 1984 (aged 26)7Spartak Trnava18MidfielderVladimír Weiss30 November 1989 (aged 20)7Bolton Wanderers19MidfielderJuraj Kucka26 February 1987 (aged 23)5Sparta Prague20ForwardRóbert Vittek1 April 1982 (aged 28)69Ankaragücü21ForwardFilip Hološko17 January 1984 (aged 26)37Beşiktaş22ForwardMartin Jakubko26 February 1980 (aged 30)21Saturn Moscow23ForwardErik Jendrišek26 October 1986 (aged 23)13KaiserslauternPREVIOUS: GROUP E << • >> NEXT: GROUP G