Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho Jose Mourinho has had a cheeky dig at Manchester City over the signing of Wilfried Bony from Swansea City.The Chelsea boss has questioned the club’s compliance with Financial Fair Play regulations after they spent £28m on the striker.Mourinho said: “He’s a good player, a good striker and if they have the money they can spend the money. If they have no problem with Financial Fair Play, well done.“I think they can only play with 11 unless the rules for them are different and they can play 12.“It looks like the rules are different for them in certain aspects but in this one I don’t think there will be a difference, so they can only play with 11.“If Bony plays and Dzeko is on the bench then I am happy with that. But to have Aguero, Jovetic, Bony and Dzeko is magnificent.” 1
Brave: Dani spoke out after sentenceA WOMAN whose ex-boyfriend beat her for 90 minutes and was given a Community Service Order as punishment has revealed how she challenged the judge after the case.Danielle Kerrigan (pictured right) told Donegal Daily how she waited until after the court hearing to challenge Circuit Court judge John O’Hagan. Eamonn Harkin, 24, from St Eunan’s Terrace in Raphoe beat Danielle Kerrigan black and blue for 90 minutes and only stopped to get a drink of water.Harkin, 24, escaped jail last November after being convicted of the assault in February, 2010 for which he served 240 hours community service. He spent two weeks in jail awaiting sentence.Harkin has been back in court again facing charges that he assaulted William O’Donnell, Mr Kerrigan’s new boyfriend.Letterkenny District Court heard Harkin was ‘traumatised’ because of Donegal Daily’s reporting of the case last November.Judge Paul Kelly fined Harkin €250 for assaulting Mr O’Donnell and €200 for failing to give his name and address to Gardai. He was also bound to the peace for two years.Today Danielle revealed she had spoken to Judge O’Hagan after the November case.“I did ask Judge O’Hagan after my court case in November about the sentence. He told me that he felt 240 hours community service was enough for the crime as well as Mr Harkin doing two weeks in jail,” said Danielle.“We went to the District Court this time and we knew ourselves he wasn’t going to go to jail but we are glad that we got him convicted! He got more of a punishment for punching my boyfriend than for the attack on me.”The Raphoe woman paid tribute to the community in the town for their support.Harkin: Convicted of assault again“Their support has been one of the things that has gotten us through these past three years,” she said.“However I had to say that my experience of the courts has not been good in my opinion. Women find it hard to speak out – but you have to stand up to bullies,” she added.ASSAULT VICTIM: ‘I CHALLENGED JUDGE OVER COMMUNITY SERVICE SENTENCE’ was last modified: June 22nd, 2017 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:ASSAULT VICTIM: ‘I CHALLENGED JUDGE OVER COMMUNITY SERVICE SENTENCE’
Bundoran has been crowned as Ireland’s ‘Think Before You Flush Community Of The Year 2019’.The seaside town was recognised for its efforts to flush out bad loo habits to prevent sewer blockages.The award follows the seaside town being announced late last year as Donegal’s first Think Before You Flush community and becoming the 14th overall community in Ireland to adapt the initiative. Elizabeth McIntyre, Diarmaid Doherty, Shane Smyth, Cllr Micheal McMahon, Gina Witherow & Aine McIntyre celebrating Bundoran’s awardThe initiative which was a collaboration between Bundoran Tidy Towns and Discover Bundoran was officially launched on World Water Day March 22nd this year and received the unanimous backing of many of the accommodation providers in the town, as well as a number of other businesses to encourage customers and guests to only flush toilet paper down the toilet.Thousands of tent cards and posters were distributed throughout the town to ensure that the message got out at the time and continues to be implemented.Cllr Micheal McMahon collects the award on behalf of the town at last week’s ceremony An estimated 4,600 blockages occurred across Ireland last year due to inappropriate items being flushed down toilets. Every day people flush thousands of items such as wet wipes, cotton bud sticks, nappies and cotton wool pads down the toilet instead of putting them in a bin. Flushing these items can have a negative impact on internal plumbing in homes and businesses, the wastewater network and our marine environment.Receiving the award on behalf of the town, Councillor Micheal McMahon paid tribute to the businesses in Bundoran who strongly supported “Think Before You Flush” – he said ‘a huge thanks must go to all of the businesses in Bundoran who backed this campaign. It may seem small but flushing other objects down the toilet causes massive issues in pipes and ultimately at the pumping station which then cannot work to its full capacity.‘We would continue to encourage private householders and visitors to only flush toilet paper down the toilet and to dispose of items like nappies, cigarette butts, medicines, baby wipes, sanitary pads etc in a responsible way and not down the toilet.’Bundoran flushes out competition in toilet awareness campaign was last modified: December 9th, 2019 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)
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The February 2017 Miami East-MVCTC FFA Member of the Month is Keagan Carsey. Keagan is the son of Ryan and Casandra Carsey of Troy. Keagan is a sophomore at Miami East High School and a second year agriculture student enrolled in Plant and Animal Sciences.Keagan was chosen for his participation in the County Public Speaking Career Development in the area of Extemporaneous Public Speaking. Keagan will compete at the upcoming event by randomly choosing an agriculture topic from a list of agriculture issues, preparing a speech in just 30 minutes, then presenting and answering questions. Keagan also attended the National FFA Convention and was the 2016 Miami County Fair King. Keagan’s Supervised Agricultural Experience includes raising goats, shoring them, and marketing their fiber and a blacksmithing business in which he makes and markets metal works.Every month of the school year the Miami East-MVCTC FFA will select a student to be the FFA Member of the Month. The officer team will nominate one student that has been actively involved in the FFA chapter, school and community activities. If selected, the member will be recognized at the monthly FFA meeting, have their picture displayed in the Miami East Agriculture Classroom, and receive a special memento in celebration of their accomplishment.
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The 14th Australian Masters Games are being held in Geelong in October 2013. The Australian Masters Games is one of Australia’s largest multi-sport events, with 55 confirmed sports, and is open to any players who meet the age requirements for whichever sport they choose to participate in. The Touch Football event will be held from Sunday 6th to Wednesday 9th October at King Lloyd Reserve in Newtown, Geelong. The minimum age for Touch is 30 years old (or 27 for females playing in a mixed team). Further infrmation in relation to the event is available from the attachment and www.australianmastersgames.com. Related Filestouch_football-pdfRelated LinksMasters Games
Touch Football Australia (TFA) working closely with major partner Harvey Norman have gone back to school in 2016 with the establishment of the Harvey Norman School Series and Harvey Norman National Schools Cup.The Harvey Norman National Schools Cup will be held in conjunction with the Harvey Norman National Youth Championships (NYC) and the inaugural Alliance Cup.The alignment of individual state all schoolsâ€™ events under the Harvey Norman School Series banner is a crucial element of TFAâ€™s strategic focus and investment in junior participation growth for the current strategic cycle.This alignment would not be possible without the support of Major Partner, Harvey Norman who through their investment in significant prizes have provided the incentive for schools across the country to participate in Touch Football.The Harvey Norman National Schoolâ€™s Cup is an exciting new three-day round robin Touch Football tournament involving the top performing school teams from the Harvey Norman School Series events over the preceding 12-month period. Teams are invited by Touch Football Australia to participate in the Harvey Norman National Schoolâ€™s Cup.The Harvey Norman National Schools Cup event also provides a unique opportunity for players and coaches to participate in development activities with Australian Coaches and Representatives who will be in attendance.In addition to the prestige of being crowned national champions, the winners in each division will receive a $3,500 Harvey Norman voucher for their school.The Alliance Cup features, for the first time since the 2003 Australia Cup, the finest Touch Football players from TFA Alliance States (ex NSW and QLD) competing in Menâ€™s and Womenâ€™s Open divisions.The event provides the opportunity for TFA Alliance states to field their best opens teams, with Elite 8 representatives available to represent their home and/or eligible states.Each state will have the opportunity to play each other once culminating in a final series to determine the Alliance Cup Champion State.The event also serves as a major talent identification opportunity for players seeking selection in Alliance Elite 8 training squads for the upcoming 2017 National Touch League, a key pathway opportunity.National Youth Championships The Harvey Norman National Youth Championships (NYC) are a unique event, with school, community and state 18 and under teams competing in a national championship.The opportunity to merge a National Youth Tournament and a School Sport Australia National Championship into one integrated event provides significant scheduling and other benefits and savings/economies to both entities and participants alike.Alliance Cup The Alliance Cup features the finest Touch Football players from the Alliance states (ex NSW & QLD) going head to head competing in Menâ€™s and Womenâ€™s Open divisions. Each state will play each other once culminating in a final series to determine the Alliance Cup Champion State.The event is a major talent identification opportunity for players seeking selection in the Alliance Elite Eight training squads, a key pathway program of Touch Football Australia.National Schools Cup The Harvey Norman National Schools Cup (HNNSC) features the best U15 school teams from around Australia, competing to be crowned National School Champions.Teams have qualified for the HNNSC by finishing in the top four of their respective state Harvey Norman School Series events.The HNNSC is another key junior pathway and commercial opportunity for Touch Football Australia, that will be expanded in future years.Keep up-to-date with all of the latest from the 2016 Harvey Norman National Youth Championships, Alliance Cup and Harvey Norman School Series in the following ways:Website â€“ www.nyc.mytouchfooty.comFacebook â€“ www.facebook.com/touchfootballaustralia Twitter â€“ www.twitter.com/touchfootyausInstagram â€“ www.instagram.com/touchfootballaustraliaYouTube â€“ www.youtube.com/touchfootballausTo live stream all games played on field 1 visit- http://bit.ly/2cx7ZE9Related Links2016 NYC
Kolkata: State of Science and Technology and Biotechnology department signed two Memorandums of Understanding (MoU) with Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT) in order to introduce two new courses which will help to develop skills for the entrepreneurs who want to come up with new start ups.On Wednesday afternoon, at Vigyan Chetana Bhavan, in Salt Lake, principal secretary to the Science and Technology and Biotechnology department Sayeed Ahmed Baba and Registrar of MAKAUT Partha Pratim Lahiri signed two MoU in presence of minister Bratya Basu. According to the MoU, the two courses are M.Tech on Geoinformetics and Post Graduate (PG) Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights and Technology Business Management. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaAccording to the scientists, the course on Geoinformetics will help the students to get more jobs Also the PG diploma course on Intellectual Property Rights and Technology Business Management will help the entrepreneurs to handle the critical issues of technology business management using the intellectual property rights as a tool for an organization or start ups which they are running. “The diploma course will help the entrepreneurs to become self dependent using the intellectual property rights. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee wants the talent of Bengal to stay here and our aim is to create opportunities,” said Basu.