Min. Dukuly Assures Cape Mountainians of Gov’t Commitment

first_imgInternal Affairs Minister Morris Dukuly on Friday toured the construction works on two of the three major bridges that are currently ongoing in Grand Cape Mount County.The works include the construction of bridges on Diah and Tallah in Commonwealth District in Tewor as well as the one taking place in Kaylia, Porkpah District.The projects are being funded by the Government of Japan through its Commodity Value Fund (CVF) and a grant of more than US$1.9 million for the implementation of those projects. It is being implemented by the Ministry of Internal Affairs on behalf of the Government of Liberia.Minister Dukuly was accompanied by Roland Worhee, the County Assistant Superintendent for Fiscal Affairs, and some members of the construction companies, including Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and Quest Incorporated.Following the tour Minister Dukuly expressed satisfaction to the ABC Company for the level of work done so far.“I am pleased that government has kept its promise to transform the country.” He then thanked officials of the company and the people of Diah for the cooperation and support for the project.“We could not have done it without your support; so the benefits to you come from yourselves and your own cooperation,” the Minister reminded the residents.He also called on residents of Diah to fully cooperate with the engineers that are working on their bridge, by focusing their attention their equipment so that no one could steal them.When completed, he said, those ridges will increase access, promote trade, lead to the reduction in the prices of basic commodities throughout the county, especially during the rainy season.“We want to assured the people of Cape Mount that the projects will be completed on time,he said.Meanwhile, elder of Diah Goi Fahnbulleh thanked Minister Dukuly and his team for the visitation and expressed happiness for the job.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Kelor Super League Playoff Results

first_imgALL GAMES WILL BE PLAYED IN DAWSON CREEK..THE FINALSARE AS FOLLOWS….. Panago…………. Defeated…ginter……………………………..7-6 “C” FINAL…MAXWELL….VS…GERRY’S WELL SERVICE Links………………..defeated… sos oilfield safety………7-1- Advertisement – Lakota……………defeated…maxwell…………………………7-3 NEXT WEEK…FEBRUARY 1, 2010 MARKS THE FINALS OF THEAdvertisement “ KELOR TRUCKING SUPER LEAGUE FOR THE 2009-2010 SEASON. “A” FINAL….SOS OILFIELD SAFETY…..VS LAKOTAAdvertisement “B” FINAL…LINKS……………VS……………. PANAGO Kelor trucking super league play-off results are as follows: Mielke…………….defeated…gerry’s well service……..6-5 ‘D” FINAL…GINTER………..VS …..MIELKElast_img read more

Science of Sound

first_imgThat’s why Guerrero has offered up her school to host Bose In Harmony with Education, which is designed for students to see, hear and feel the power and beauty of music while teaching them the science behind the sounds. Morrison students were the first to experience the 90-minute program last week, but fourth- and fifth-grade students from other schools in the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District are being bused to Morrison through the end of this month to go through the program. “It’s fascinating because children understand music, but they don’t frequently understand the science behind it,” Guerrero said. “But then they go through this program and they think, `Oh, this is what sound looks like, or this is what it feels like’ – it’s just a box with holes and strings,” she said. The program is split up into two 45-minute sessions. One session teaches students how sound is created, then features “Musically Speaking,” a slide show on a movie theater-like screen in a classroom equipped with a Bose home-theater system. • Video: Science of SoundNORWALK – Morrison Elementary School Principal Marsha Guerrero says she has one basic belief when it comes to exposing her young students to music. It’s absolutely essential. And, Guerrero says, music should be studied in two specific ways: integrated with other subjects, and taught on its own. The other session includes lessons on sound waves and allows students to play homemade versions of four specific instruments: a maraca, drum, erhu (a Chinese fiddle) and mbira (a thumb piano). The instruments the students played were made of PVC pipe, plastic, string and popsicle sticks. “That was a lot of fun,” said Stephani Mccalman, 10, a fifth-grader from Nuffer Elementary School in Norwalk who played the maracas. “Even though I already knew how to play the maracas, I liked that we actually got to touch and use the instruments,” she added. “That was cool.” The program is conducted by two Bose docents – one of whom is a Norwalk High School graduate – and people on Morrison’s staff. The Nuffer Elementary students who went through the Bose program last week gave it good reviews. They enjoyed the fireworks and lightning featured in the slide show, as well as playing the instruments. Even fifth-grade teacher Jennifer Saenz got her turn at playing a mbira – a real one, not the homemade kind. “This was a great hands-on lesson,” she said. “But what was really good is that it got their attention. “They were very into it, and very focused, and that’s exactly what you want to get out of them during their lessons,” Saenz said. “That was really neat.” For more information on the Bose program, visit www.bose.com/inharmony. tracy.garcia@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img


first_imgA JUDGE from Co Donegal told a defendant in a case that he would “swallow you up and spit you out” it was alleged in the High Court, according to today’s Irish Independent.Judge Sean MacBride had a decision to detain a suspect without bail successfully overturned.The appeal hearing also heard how the Judge held the defendant’s solicitor in contempt of court for having a hand in his pocket, telling him: “”I am a Donegal man and we don’t suffer fools, there was another practitioner who spoke to me like that in Donegal and I put on manners him and I am going to put manners on you too.” The full story is here:http://www.independent.ie/national-news/courts/man-gets-bail-after-judge-said-ill-spit-you-out-3093782.html‘I’LL SWALLOW YOU UP AND SPIT YOU OUT’ DONEGAL JUDGE TELLS ACCUSED was last modified: April 27th, 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:’I’LL SWALLOW YOU UP AND SPIT YOU OUT’ DONEGAL JUDGE TELLS ACCUSEDlast_img read more


first_imgJIMMY GALLAGHER (CANADA)The death has occurred in Canada of Jimmy Gallagher formely Cloghglass, Burtonport, brother of Kate McGovern. A mass will take place in St Columba’s Church, Acres on Monday at 7pm.JOSEPH DOHERTY The death has occurred of Joseph Doherty, 318 Curragh, Killygordon. Suddenly, at his home. Sadly missed by his sons Joseph, Michael, Kieran and Laurence, daughters Maureen and Frances, brother Vincent, sister Celine, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, relatives and friends. Remains will be reposing at his home from 2pm on Saturday. Funeral mass in St. Patrick’s Church, Crossroads, on Monday at 11 am, followed by interment in the adjoining cemetery DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR SATURDAY, MAY 26, 2012 was last modified: May 26th, 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:2012DONEGAL DEATH NOTICES FOR SATURDAYMAY 26last_img read more

Donegal hotel earns place among the finest in Ireland

first_imgCastle Grove Country House Hotel has been announced as one of the newest additions to the Blue Book collection for 2018. Ireland’s Blue Book is a romantic collection of the finest Irish country house hotels, historic manor houses, castles and restaurants.Just three venues in Donegal are part of the association, while Castle Grove, located outside Letterkenny, is the latest of the beautiful and unique properties to join. Eimear Thomas of Castle Grove said this is a special day for the family, particularly her mother Mary T Sweeney: “As a beacon of excellence, we have always aspired to be included in the Blue Book of Ireland, and we are delighted to have been accepted to the membership today.“Castle Grove being part of the prestigious Blue Book has been long term ambition of Mary T.  She is delighted with this achievement and considers it a pinnacle of success of her career,” Eimear said.The Sweeney FamilyThe Blue Book describes Castle Grove as ‘a breath-taking country house hotel offering the best of Irish hospitality as well as being rich in history.’The directory shares intriguing elements of the building’s story and history up to the modern day: “The current house was built in 1695 by the Grove family after the original house was burned down during the siege of 1690. Castle Grove has marked its place in the history books as hosts of the introduction of Irish historical political leader Daniel O’Connell, which led to him becoming MP.“In 1989 The Sweeney family transformed Castle Grove into the luxury 4-star country-house hotel it is today, while being careful to maintain the character of the original house and grounds.“It is the ideal location to explore the lush countryside and stunning scenery that Donegal has to offer, and is an ideal starting point for exploring the Wild Atlantic Way.“Guests who prefer not to journey too far from the house will find plenty to do – exploring the expansive grounds and gardens, or dining on sumptuous food in the award-winning restaurant.”Castle Grove dining roomCastle Grove will soon join the select 52 establishments of the Blue Book. Other Donegal venues in the collection include Rathmullan House and Coolmore Manor House in Rossnowlagh. Donegal hotel earns place among the finest in Ireland was last modified: November 7th, 2017 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)Tags:Blue Bookcastle grove country house hotelhospitalitylast_img read more

Giants make surprise roster move, designate Parra to promote Gerber

first_imgCINCINNATI — The Giants signed Gerardo Parra to a minor league deal this spring to improve their outfield defense and provide quality at-bats from the left side against right-handed pitchers.After just one month with the Giants, a weak offensive output has left Parra without a roster spot.The Giants designated the National League leader in outfield assists Friday to clear space for outfielder Mike Gerber, who hit .357 with a 1.057 OPS in 21 games with Triple-A Sacramento.“(Gerber) came into …last_img

126 Arrested In Biggest Noida Fake Call Centre Bust In Indo-US-Canada Op

first_imgA group of officials from the FBI of the US and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police flew down to India in July. They called on the chief of the police in Noida in a meeting coordinated by the Interpol. The details of the closed-door meeting held at the police headquarters in Gautam Buddh Nagar never emerged in the public domain until a series of raids were reported in the months that followed after a massive crackdown began on fake call centres that duped foreigners.Read it at NDTV Related Itemslast_img

Cognizant in Dispute with India’s Income Tax Dept Over Rs 2,500 Crore Tax

first_imgNew Jersey-based technology company Cognizant’s Indian arm has run into trouble with the income tax department in India over Dividend Distribution Tax on shares it bought back from its foreign owners — Cognizant Mauritius and the U.S.-based parent Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTS) — in 2016.The income tax department froze some accounts of Cognizant to recover Rs 2,500 crore last week. In May 2016, Cognizant purchased its own shares from the two subsidiaries under the scheme of arrangement and compromise between them and the company.Cognizant Technology Solutions India P Ltd (CTS) took the matter to the Madras High Court on March 28, which told the income tax department to not take any further action and file an affidavit defending its move by April 2.“As per the Income Tax Act, DDT needs to be paid on any distribution, reduction of capital, to the extent of accumulated profits defined as dividends. The only exception to this is the buy-back under section 77A of the Companies Act and CTS was not covered. Therefore, CTS was required to pay DDT to the extent of Rs 2,500 crore in the financial year 2016-17 itself, but has not paid so far,” said a senior tax official, according to the Times of India.“The shareholders are a Mauritius entity and an American company, holding 54 per cent and 46 per cent of shares, respectively. Cognizant did not deduct tax on the remittances to the Mauritius company, but deducted 10 per cent as tax on the remittances to the U.S. company,” said the official.The I-T department will be prosecuting Cognizant for failure to pay the 20 per cent DDT on buyback of its shares, the Economic Times reported, citing a senior official at the department as saying that the prosecution will not go against the high court order since the order is specific to the attachment order, which pertains to the freezing of the accounts.Cognizant’s chief financial officer Karen McLoughlin said that payroll, promotions and wage revisions will not be affected by the dispute.“I want to reassure you that these developments will have NO bearing on our ability to continue to support, reward or recognize our associates across the world. Cognizant’s balance sheet is robust with over $5 billion in cash and short-term investments, and our business continues to remain healthy. As such, your payroll and the promotion cycles and wage revisions announced by Jim Lennox last week will NOT be in any way impacted because of these developments. Please continue to focus on the good work you are doing for our clients, enabling them to drive digital transformation at scale,” she said in an email to employees.The I-T department’s move to freeze its accounts, Cognizant said, is “contrary to law and without merit,” the Press Trust of India reported. Related ItemsCognizantTaxationlast_img read more