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NEW YORK,United States (AP): New York City FC’s David Villa, Toronto’s Michael Bradley and Chicago’s Bastian Schweinsteiger are among the fan selections for next month’s Major League Soccer All-Star Game. Schweinsteiger was on Germany’s 2014 World Cup team. He is joined on the MLS squad by Chicago Fire teammate Nemanja Nikolic as first-time All-Stars. The MLS team will face Real Madrid and possibly star Cristiano Ronaldo on August. 2 at Chicago’s Soldier Field. Nikolic, who joined the Fire this season, leads MLS with 16 goals through 19 games. “It’s really a fantastic feeling that I will be part of this team and we can represent the league. We will play against the best team in the world with the best player in the world, and I hope everybody will enjoy this,” Nikolic said. “We can be proud.” Atlanta United defender Greg Garza and teammate Miguel Almiron are also first-time All-Stars. Goalkeeper Tim Howard of the Chicago Rapids will anchor a back line that includes fellow US national players DaMarcus Beasley of the Houston Dynamo and Graham Zusi of Sporting Kansas City. Orlando’s Kaka completes the 10 fan selections. The 11th starter is Toronto’s Sebastian Giovinco, who was picked in a vote tied to EA Sports’ FIFA 17 video game. The All-Star XI along with MLS team affiliation: Goalkeeper: Tim Howard (Colorado Rapids). Defenders: Greg Garza (Atlanta United), Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City), DaMarcus Beasley (Houston Dynamo). Midfielders: Bastian Schweinsteiger (Chicago Fire), Miguel Almiron (Atlanta United), Kaka (Orlando City SC), Michael Bradley (Toronto FC). Forwards: David Villa (New York City FC), Nemanja Nikolic (Chicago Fire), Sebastian Giovinco (Toronto FC).
This week, we shall progress the series on the private sector and its role in economic growth. This week, we shall progress the discussion on the three other pillars – providing access to finance, actively promoting investments, and aggressively promoting regional trade. This series shall be concluded next week.Providing access to financeThis is the most important factor in promoting investment and new jobs. I once heard this phrase from Lionel Peters, and he was spot on when he said, “Money is the mother’s milk of all new projects”. My research over the years has confirmed this pillar is one of the principal reasons for projects’ failures. In 2011, a group of us pushed hard the idea of the creation of a State Development Bank structured similar to the system that resembles the BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development) in Brazil. In our plan, which was proposed to the AFC and included in that party’s 2011 Manifesto, we had suggested various measures to raise the funds for such a bank, namely long-term Government bonds, available cash from NICIL, diaspora bonds, portions of the idle cash in the banking system (up to 15% if necessary), special taxes levied on the insurance industry, utilisation of some of the pension fund capital (no more than 15%), and even the option of approaching the international agencies for soft loans. The outcome of that vision was massive state facilitated industrialisation in all 10 Regions. The rest is history; the Coalition Government has now abandoned this idea of a State Development Bank.It was clear to us then, and it is clear to me now, that the local banking sector does not have the investment models in place to accommodate a risk/return appetite to meet the needs to drive the industrialisation of Guyana. Unless and until Guyana moves up the value chain by way of an industrialisation process, it would be very difficult to enhance the private wealth of the people quickly. The vision then was to allow the Development Bank to partner with the local and regional banks, to move their risk/return profile to one that is more feasible, thus making more projects in Guyana bankable. This vision remains a dream deferred.Actively promoting investmentsFostering foreign and domestic investment is the cornerstone of economic growth. These new investments will come with their own rules, which will serve to increase productivity and force unproductive companies out. But there is no incentive to invest, because of the many state-sponsored roadblocks. What is missing are sustained executive actions at the highest levels that are geared to facilitating big deliverables. GO-Invest is there, but in name only, and is not up for this job. Where are the tangible investment deliverables on its success? The way it is structured today makes GO-Invest into a powerless poodle!Aggressively promoting regional tradeGuyana’s future is primarily in northern Brazil, but in the absence of a functional transportation link between Linden and Lethem, the nation’s only option for rapid expansion today is the CARICOM region. But even the CARICOM region and the CSME remain challenges. There are too few, no high-value, Guyanese-produced agricultural products dominating the supermarket shelves of the Caribbean. It has been three years now, and the Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Noel Holder, has failed with a big “F” grade to help the nation penetrate the Caribbean food market.In spite of the CSME, rather than Guyana increasing its exports, we are flooded with products from the Caribbean, such as “tinned pigeon peas”, which only contribute to the importation of great financial harm to the nation, as they serve to deplete our stock of foreign exchange at an increasing rate. This brings me to the question: Is the CARICOM Agreement working against Guyana?But, more importantly, where are the programmes that are training our producers to improve their efficiency and enhance their skills at producing competitively for the export market? One catfish exporter told me that for every shipment he exports, he is forced to bribe all sorts of officers, from customs to fisheries officers, in order to progress that shipment. This is another example of the artificial tax that exporters have to face on a daily basis. Such a situation only augments the exporter being priced out of the market.Mr. Granger promised us he would be the leader that would clean up the corruption; but, to date, corruption has gotten worse than under the PPP. There goes another broken Granger promise!Next week we shall conclude this series.
Suicide Prevention DayEvery year on September 10, World Suicide Prevention Day, there is an opportunity to raise awareness and reflect on what has been accomplished in the prevention of suicides in Guyana. As such, Government has embraced a National Suicide Prevention Action Plan and established a Georgetown-based mental health unit to implement the plan.However, People’s Progressive Party point person on health, Dr Frank Anthony, emphasised that notwithstanding this, 170 persons died by suicide in 2016, which is the third leading cause of death in persons ages 20 to 24, and the fourth leading cause of death in the 10 to 19 and 25 to 44 age groups. In 2016, like previous years, the vast majority of suicides occurred among persons of East Indian descent (accounting for 77.6 per cent of all cases), while smaller proportions were among persons of African, mixed and Amerindian descent.Further, an analysis of the geographical distribution revealed that unlike previous years where Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) was disproportionately affected, in 2016, Region Four (Demerara-Mahaica) accounted for almost one-third of cases (28.8 per cent) while Regions Two, Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara), Five (Mahaica-Berbice) and Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) accounted for significant proportions of suicide cases.According to Dr Anthony, these statistics paint a clear picture for need in policy development and public health action to target the particularly vulnerable East Indian population in the respective regions.The Member of Parliament pointed out that Government’s response has been lacking in the most affected and susceptible regions; inferring misalignment between what Government is doing and what is needed.One suggested area of intervention was the repeal or amendment of obsolete laws which criminalise attempted suicide (as set out in Section 96 of the Criminal Offences Act 8:01 and Summary Jurisdiction Offences Act Cap 8:02 Section 203) under the view that it is an “outdated approach”.“Many persons who attempt suicide typically have symptoms of psychiatric illness or distress, indicating that the person needs medical assistance. If our laws were to be followed then those who need medical help would needlessly end up in jail. During a parliamentary debate on suicide, Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan promised that he would bring the necessary amendments to repeal these obsolete sections of the law, suffice to say that nothing has happen,” Dr Anthony lamented.Moreover, the National Suicide Prevention Action Plan indicated that 63.7 per cent of suicide cases were caused by the ingestion of a pesticide or herbicide.In addition, Dr Anthony pointed out that countries with high numbers of self-poisonings have implemented a menu of measures referred to as the Hazard Reduction Model which is emerging as one of the best practices around the world – a model which he suggests that Guyana should adopt instead of reinventing the wheel. For instance, Sri Lanka’s model, which include Legislative restriction on Highly Hazardous Pesticides (HHP) have caused a 50 per cent reduction of suicide cases in the country from 1996-2005.Further questioning the effectiveness of the Customs Act Cap 82:01 Section 216 (a-e), dealing with the penalty for evading customs laws regarding imported or exported goods, Anthony believes that there should be discussions in this regard, while proposing that perhaps it is time for an expert panel to review the list of HHP, to ensure that it is meeting the new public health objectives of preventing suicides.Another important intervention was highlighted as the improvement of health services in that there is need to train and equip health facilities to ensure competence in dealing with self-poisoning.In the same breath, Dr Anthony believes that there is need to provide ongoing professional support to health personnel across Guyana to help in the management of poisoning, while suggesting that Government should move expeditiously to establish a national poison control centre which operates 24/7, to house a database with the name of all toxic chemicals, substances and medication and the recommended treatment protocols to be followed in the event that a person has been poisoned.“As we mark another World Suicide Prevention Day, the occasion must not be used for empty rhetoric but to carefully scrutinised Government’s policy to see whether it is achieving the objectives, whether it is reaching those most susceptible to suicide, whether it has a footprint in the hot spot regions, whether the public health system has the capacity to treat cases of self-poisoning, whether it has repealed the attempted suicide law and amend other appropriate legislation, whether it has implemented a national hazard reduction model and whether it has established a national poison control centre,” he noted.These, he added, are the yardsticks by which society should judge the Government’s prevention efforts. “Unfortunately, the Government has fallen woefully short in its effort. Let us hope that moving forward we will have less rhetoric and more tangible actions to prevent suicides”.
Police are investigating the discovery of skeletal remains suspected to be that of a human which was unearthed at a residence on Enmore Estate Road, East Coast Demerara. According to information reaching Guyana Times, the discovery was made by the occupant of the home sometime around 14:30h on Sunday afternoon.This publication understands that the 48-year-old man, who has been occupying the property for some four months now, was at the time cleaning the home when he stumbled upon the decomposed remains.However, it is yet to be determined whether or not the remains belong to a human. As such, the findings were taken to a city parlour where DNA testing and further examinations are to be conducted.Meanwhile, persons residing within the area have indicated that they are aware of the incident and while they are of the belief that the remains belong to a dead person, no suspicions where proffered as to who it can be.However, a villager told this newspaper that the residence at which the remains was found, once housed a private school.Investigations into the matter are ongoing.
Leicester star Riyad Mahrez Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri has warned Riyad Mahrez he must ignore transfer speculation or face the bench.The winger has been linked with moves away from the Foxes following a stunning season.He has scored 16 goals with Leicester top of the Barclays Premier League by two points ahead of Saturday’s visit of Norwich.Jamie Vardy signed a new deal until 2019 this month while Mahrez agreed an extension until 2019 at the start of the season and Ranieri wants him to stay focused amid speculation he could move on in the summer.However, the boss admitted that if the big boys came calling, he would not stand in Mahrez’s way.“If Riyad plays well he continues to play. If he thinks about other teams he comes with me on the bench,” the Italian said.“If I am Riyad I say: ‘There are a lot of teams who want me, OK, I have to show more if I want to go there. I have to show my best, because if I should do my best maybe they want to buy me’.“We want to keep all our players. We believe in them. But if a player comes to me and says: ‘Boss, I want to go there because it’s my ambition to go there’. I’ll say: ‘Go and enjoy and have good luck’.“Because I only want players who are happy to stay here, because sooner or later we grow up a lot. Of course, not like Barcelona or Real Madrid, but Leicester will be a very good team.”But Ranieri admitted qualifying for the Champions League would make it easier to keep their stars.“For this reason I said (the next) five matches are very important, it’s our key,” he added. 1
KINCASSLAGH PARISH NEWSLETTER – FEB 18TH/19TH – 2012St. Mary’s, Kincasslagh:Next weekendSaturday @ 7.30 p.m.Sunday @ 10.00 a.m. Next WeekAsh Wednesday @ 10.00 a.m.Thursday & Friday @ 10.00 a.m.St. Columba’s, Burtonport:Next WeekendSaturday @ 6.30 p.m.Sunday @ 11.00 a.m.Next Week.Monday @ 11.00 a.m. Funeral Mass.Tues, Thurs & Friday @ 10.00 a.m.Ash Wednesday @ 10.00 a.m. & 6.30 p.m.Lay Apostolate Prayer Group 2nd Monday of the Month in the Oratory @ 6.30 p.m. All Welcome. Anniversaries & MassesStC= St Columba’s. StM= St Mary’s.John Connaghan, Roshine and Hugh and Grace Gallagher, Meenagowna, Sat 18th, StCJohn Oglesby, Mary Celine O’Donnell, Betty Gallagher and Noreen Murphy, Sat 18th, StMCatherine & John Gallagher, Station House, Meenbannad, Sun 19th, StMJames Ruddy, Months Mind, Sun 19th, StCwhose anniversaries occur at this time.Mary Breslin, Roshine Lodge, who died on Friday. Funeral Mass in St. Columba’s on Monday at 11.00 a.m.James Murray, Wednesday, StCEmigrant intention, Wed, StMMcBride Family, Thurs, StMFor all attending clinics for tests, Fri, StMMichael McShane, Sat 25th, StCConal & Frank Doogan, Gortnasade, Sat 25th, StMPatrick Sweeney, Bunawillian, Sun 26th, StMAlan Johnson, Milltown, Months mind, Sun 26th, StCMary Ward |McGinley| Belcruit Mountain and Glasgow, who died last week.May they rest in peace.Fundraising EventsCaislean Oir, AnnagryQuiz on Wednesday. Proceeds in aid of OUR LADY’S HOSPITAL, CRUMLIN. Teams of 4, €20, 10 p.m. Your support is appreciated!Lenten “No Thanks” CampaignThe Raphoe Diocesan Council are again organising our “No Thanks for Lent” campaign. A person makes a private pledge to abstain from alcohol during lent and say a special prayer.In your honour O Sacred Heart of Jesus and with the help of Your Blessed Mother Mary, I promise to remain without alcohol during this Lent. Scolaireachta PrintiseachtaTa Scolaireachta Printiseachta a dtairiscint faoi lathair i reimse leathan ceirdeanna.Tuismitheoir no iarrthoir gur mian leo breis eolais a fhail i dtaobh na Scolaireachtai seo Dean teagmhail leis: An Rannog Oiliuna & Oideachaid,Uderas Na Gaeltachta, Na ForbachaCo. na Gaillimhe. Fon 091 503139.Sean Ginty Spinologist, will be attending the Community Centre, Burtonport on Tuesday 21st from 4.00 – 7.00 p.m. Appointments available during these hours. Spinology deals with back issues including tension, headaches, back and leg pain. Contact Sean at 086 3262269.Eucharistic AdorationWe have been given 36 hours to receive the monstrance which is carrying the Eucharist from parish to parish. It will be brought to Kincasslagh Chapel on Thursday 8th March at 8.00 p.m. Adoration will continue there until 8.15 a.m. and then will be taken to the Arranmore Ferry for the 8.30 a.m. boat to the island, where adoration will continue until 6.00 p.m. Leaving again on the 6.30 ferry, it will be received in St. Columba’s Church at 7.00 p.m. and adoration will continue until 7.45 a.m. and the Eucharist and Monstrance will be brought to Dungloe. Please consider spending an hour with Jesus during this visit to our parish. Preferable two adorers should be there during the night hours. Please sign your name to the allotted hours on the notice board in the chapel. Thank you.How to book for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress (IEC2012)There are three ways to book for the Congress: 1) Telephone the IEC2012 Booking offices on 01 2981122. 2) Book Online on the Congress website www.iec2012.ie/registration 3) Download a paper booking form from the Congress websitewww.iec2012.ie/registration and send the completed form to CSSL, 3rd Floor, Paradigm House, Dundrum Office Park, Dundrum, Dublin 14. Advance bookings are open until the 9th of May 2012. After that date all bookings are onsite the RDS. BOOK NOW! Volunteer for the 50th IEC 2012Volunteers are needed for the period of Wednesday 6th June until Tuesday 19th June 2012, for a minimum of 5 days. The closing date for volunteer applications is Saturday 17th March 2012 as volunteers must complete induction training and a Garda vetting process. Volunteer now and get involved! To register as a volunteer fill in the online form available on www.iec2012.ie/volunteer.St Patrick’s Day 2012– Burtonport.Following the recent open meeting it was agreed that to hold celebrations in the community centre from 12 – 2. Preparations are currently under way and the committee requires your help to see this through.We desperately need donations of prizes which we can use on the day and as a result members of the committee will begin to approach local businesses in the Rosses this week requesting sponsorship in the form of prize/financial donation etc…If individual families are in a position to donate a prize e.g. some chocolates, flowers, a painting, a bottle of wine, a gift you have received but have no use for…we would be very grateful for the donation. Please let us know about the gift donation ASAP so that we can allocate prizes to various games and raffles.We are also calling all traditional musicians, dancers and marching bands in the area to consider sharing your talent with the community for a couple of hours on this day. Thank you.Keadue RoversWeekly bingo continues in Kincasslagh Hall every Friday night at 8:30pm. The clubs lotto jackpot now stands at €2200.00. The club is back in league action this Sunday in Rabs Park in Kerrykeel at 2pm. As the team enter the last 4 games of the season and sit top of the table, we wish the team well for the remaining fixtures.Dormant Accounts: Rosses NYP is a Youth Project locally based and non-profit providing youth provisions to over 100 youth on a weekly basis. We would appreciate your help in sourcing any local committee members or organisations that have ceased to exist over the years that may have a dormant A/C. If you have been part of a committee and think you could help us we would greatly appreciate it. Tel: 9561931.Naionra Ailt an Chorrain – B’port PlayschoolRegistration forms are available in the Naionra for children wishing to enroll for the year 2012/2013. For more information please contact Maire 086 3744605 or Kathleen 086 1076630.SurveyThe Parish Pastoral Team is organising a survey to try and find out what people think we can do to enhance the life of our parish further. More details to follow.BURTONPORT HERITAGE GROUPFollowing the very successful launch of the Burtonport Heritage Group (BHG) in January, the second meeting of the Group will take place on Tuesday 21st February at 8pm in the Burtonport Community Centre. The purpose of the meeting will be (1) elect a BHG Committee and (b) finalise the 2012 programme of activities. All are invited. Documents – agenda, outline programme, suggested Committee structure – will be available in advance, posted on the Group’s Facebook page or available from Patrick Boner, firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 086 122 0551 (mobile), or 074 95 42976.KINCASSLAGH PARISH NEWSLETTER – FEB 18TH/19TH – 2012 was last modified: February 19th, 2012 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:KINCASSLAGH PARISH NEWSLETTER – FEB 18TH/19TH – 2012
West Brom failed with a £30m summer move for Sporting Lisbon star William Carvalho.The midfielder has long been linked with a transfer to England and Arsenal have tracked the player for a number of years.Liverpool and Manchester United have also been keeping tabs on the midfielder too and they were impressed by his performances for Portugal at Euro 2016.However, according to Record, it was in fact West Brom who failed with a mammoth £30m move for Carvalho in the summer.Baggies boss Tony Pulis is reportedly a huge fan of the 24-year-old and he had given the green light for the deal.However, Sporting were said to be unhappy at the structure of payment, with West Brom offering £26m upfront and a further £4m in instalments. William Carvalho 1
Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? MONEY After nearly seven years, Mousa Dembele’s time as a Tottenham player is over.The 31-year-old midfielder is heading to Chinese side Guangzhou R&F, with Spurs deciding to cash in on the popular Belgian, who has suffered with injury since joining from Fulham in 2012. If he does leave, after 250 appearances and 10 goals, an entire fanbase will be saddened, as will Mauricio Pochettino who thinks he is one of the five most naturally gifted players he has ever worked with.When Dembele ran, the ball appeared glued to his feet, his strength meant not many could get it off him and his skill allowed him to glide past opponents with ease.“I always tell him, ‘Mousa, when I write a book, you’ll be one of my genius players I have been lucky to meet,’” Pochettino said in April 2017 and repeated in the book, Brave New World. BEST OF Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade RANKED 2 2 Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is a big fan of Mousa Dembele’s talent Most Popular Football News no dice ADVICE And last season, when Dembele was dominating the midfield again, such as in the 2-2 draw with Juventus in the Champions League, Pochettino reiterated his belief. “I think for me is one of the unbelievable talents in the history of football.“Of course always for him it was difficult to get fit, he always fits with his fitness. But now he is in an amazing moment and for me he deserves all the praises that people are giving him.”The Chinese Super League represents a less physically demanding challenge for Dembele, while it also allows Tottenham to recoup some money considering he would have been available for free in the summer. REVEALED Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card huge blow REVEALED Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ “One was [Diego] Maradona, then Ronaldinho, [Jay-Jay] Okocha and [Ivan] De La Pena. He is a genius too, Mousa Dembele. We always told him, ‘If we had taken you at 18 or 19 years old, you would have become one of the best players in the world.’ I would have loved to have taken him on at 18.”But it’s not just his boss who was often left in awe. Ask any of his team-mates and they’ll tell you Dembele is the standout player.“He’s a freak of nature. Physically, he’s a monster but he’s got ballerina feet,” Eric Dier once said. shining Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Dembele ran things against Italian champions Juventus REPLY Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move
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