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first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has said that the availability of quality infrastructure, which her government is endeavoring to provide for the Liberian people, is the key to quality livelihood for the people.President Sirleaf stressed that if basic infrastructure, including roads, electricity and water, that have been non-functional for decades as a result of the civil conflict, are rehabilitated, they will improve the quality of life of Liberians.She said these infrastructures will eventually improve other services such as education, quality healthcare, as well as boost agriculture which remains Liberia’s potential for investment and growth. Receiving the Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Netherlands, Ms. Lilianne Ploumen and delegation at her Foreign Affairs Ministry office this week, President Sirleaf expressed appreciation for their visit.Ms. Ploumen, at the head of a high-level trade mission, including representatives of at least 30 Dutch companies, was in the country for a one-day Liberia-Netherlands Business and Investment Dialogue.President Sirleaf pointed out that Liberia is open for business, especially businesses that will foster inclusive economic growth. She used the occasion to appeal for investment in the country’s youthful population.She also assured Ms. Ploumen and delegation that their investment, would be “fully protected” under the laws of Liberia.President Sirleaf meanwhile recalled the strong ties subsisting between Liberia and the Netherlands beginning with the Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) becoming one of the first international airlines to operate in Liberia after the construction of the Roberts International Airport (RIA).Minister Ploumen, in response, expressed appreciation to President Sirleaf for the opportunity afforded them to undertake, what she termed “This unique visit to Liberia.” She also assured Liberians of their interest to invest in Liberia, especially the country’s young population.She disclosed that the Dutch entrepreneurs see many opportunities in working with Liberia. Ms. Ploumen stated that the entrepreneurs have not come to Liberia for a “quick wins”; rather they were in Liberia for a long term commitment to the people and to invest in its economy.She then pledged to work with the Liberian government in attracting Dutch private investment saying, “We will work with our friends and private companies to invest in Liberia favorably.”She highlighted the upcoming financial conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia next week to boost economic growth and capacity building in the countries worst affected by Ebola, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea.The delegation was accompanied to the office of the President by Liberia’s Ambassador to the European Union, Isaac W. Nyenabo. The delegation thereafter departed for Sierra Leone.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_img1 Richard Money Cambridge United have sacked manager Richard Money after three years at the helm.Money guided the U’s to promotion back into the Football League in 2014 and to FA Trophy glory in the same season.Last term, he presided over a memorable FA Cup run, which saw Cambridge take Manchester United to a replay, and led the club to League Two survival.He was duly rewarded with a three-year deal in May which also gave him greater off-field control. But Money has now been shown the door just five months later after a difficult start to the new campaign.Cambridge have won just five of their 16 games and are 18th in the League Two table following Friday night’s defeat at home to Bristol Rovers.Assistant manager Joe Dunne will take charge of training this week ahead of the club’s FA Cup tie against Basingstoke at the Abbey Stadium on Saturday.“The club has taken this difficult decision due to the disappointing pattern of results over the last nine months and because the current squad is not showing consistent signs of achieving its potential,” read a U’s statement.“We want to place on record our sincere thanks to Richard, who has been instrumental in the club’s progress over the last three years. “He led the team to success in the FA Trophy, promotion back to the Football League and a memorable run in the FA Cup last season which culminated in two games against Manchester United. Richard has achieved a special place in the history of Cambridge United Football Club and will always be warmly welcomed at the Abbey Stadium.”last_img read more

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first_imgMeanwhile, police on Tuesday said they were investigating whether Onate was involved in questionable business dealings with at least one of the suspects that could have led to his death. “We speculate they were involved in illegal goings-on, but I can’t say what that is. … It may have been something that went wrong that precipitated the attack,” said Pasadena Police Department Cmdr. Mike Korpal. Court records show Bruister has a 2003 conviction for burglary. Hampton was convicted in 2005 of possession of heroin and cocaine paraphernalia. She was also convicted in 2001 of being under the influence of narcotics while driving with a suspended license. Villagomez was convicted in 2006 of receiving and concealing stolen property, in 2005 of possessing narcotics, and in 1988 of grand theft, according to court records. Police were called to the bus stop about 9:55 p.m. Thursday. Officers found Onate lying on the sidewalk near the stop. He had been shot multiple times. He died later at a hospital. molly.okeon@sgvn.com (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4496 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PASADENA – Prosecutors on Tuesday declined to file charges against one of three people arrested in the shooting death of a 42-year-old Pasadena man at a bus stop last week. Prosecutors said they rejected filing a murder charge against Jorge Villagomez, 38, of Pasadena in the Thursday shooting of Frank Onate in the 700 block of North Los Robles Avenue. Villagomez was expected to be released from custody Tuesday. Murder charges remained in place against a second suspect, Johnny Bruister, 46, of Pasadena. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre Deputy District Attorney Martin Bean said prosecutors have a videotape that shows the shooting. The third suspect, Cherlyn Hampton, 42, of Pasadena, was charged with being an accessory after the fact. Bruister’s and Hampton’s arraignments were postponed. Bail for Bruister was set at $2million. Hampton’s bail was set at $500,000. Investigators believe Onate might have known one or more of the suspects. last_img read more

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first_imgDelegates from FEDETON (EU Federation of Nautical Tourism Destinations) were treated to a warm Donegal welcome when they arrived Donegal Town for their General Assembly.The AGM which was held in the Central Hotel was hosted by Donegal County Council with assistance from Donegal Tourism Ltd. Cllr.Terence Slowey, Cathaoirleach of the Council said he was delighted to be there to welcome these delegates to Donegal and to showcase all that Donegal has to offer on the Wild Atlantic Way. He told us: “It was a great privilege for me to welcome these delegates to Donegal. Those attending the meeting had travelled from several EU countries including Croatia, France, Spain, Portugal and Italy and Donegal County Council is the only Council in Ireland to be a member of FEDETON.“I think this demonstrates the Council’s commitment to developing our marine tourism sector and maximising opportunities that are being presented by the Wild Atlantic Way.”FEDETON is an EU representative body with a specialist interest in nautical tourism. The objectives of FEDETON include the development of nautical tourism destinations in member regions, lobbying the EU commission to gain recognition and seek funding opportunities for this sector and to develop networks amongst nautical tourism destinations such as Donegal to encourage knowledge exchange and collaborative approaches to benefit all regions.The President of FEDETON, Mr. Bernard Faucon was welcomed by Cllr. Slowey at the meeting and was presented with a commemorative Donegal Pen and a bottle of Selkie whiskey from the Sliabh Liag Distillery in Donegal to mark the occasion of his visit to the county. During the meeting action plans for the future were discussed during a very lively discussion on the way forward for nautical tourism destinations in FEDETON.After the business of the day came to a close, the delegates had the opportunity to tour the county with Joe Haughey Tours taking them along our beautiful coastline. They were very impressed when stopping off in Killybegs to see the many fishing vessels and the location of the new marina. Onwards towards Sliabh Liag along the coast road, delegates were in awe of the stunning coastal scenery. Meeting Paddy Byrne at Teelin Pier, the delegates took a boat trip out to Sliabh Liag and were amazed by the sheer height of the majestic sea cliffs of Sliabh Liag. They even managed to catch a large Pollock fish from the boat, a moment that will be remembered forever.That evening delegates enjoyed some local fresh seafood with a meal in Castle Murray House as the sun set over the beautiful Donegal Bay.The President, Mr. Faucon remarked that ‘a place of such rugged coastal beauty such as Donegal has the opportunity to become one of Europe’s premier nautical tourism destinations of excellence and our shared objectives within FEDETON have the potential to achieve this goal’.Several of the delegates had planned to stay in Donegal after the meeting to spend a couple of days touring the county, while others said they looked forward to returning soon. EU TOURISM GROUP GETS WARM DONEGAL WELCOME was last modified: July 20th, 2016 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:donegalFEDETON (EU Federation of Nautical Tourism Destinations)last_img read more

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first_imgINDIANAPOLIS — The Colts’ defensive turnaround this season has been so impressive, it’s no longer a surprise when they stop an opponent. The only astonishment now is when they falter. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “We were definitely shocked,” linebacker Cato June said. “We want to keep them to no points, and I don’t care if it’s the best offense in the league. We can’t give up 17 points in the first quarter. We have to go back and look at what we did wrong.” It shouldn’t take much of a review. After the early scores — the first time all season the Colts (6-0) allowed a touchdown in the first three quarters of a game — the defense dominated, as usual. June, who leads the NFL with five interceptions, had 11 tackles and picked off two passes that led to touchdowns in the 45-28 victory. Defensive end Robert Mathis had one sack and forced a fumble and leads the league with seven sacks. Defensive end Dwight Freeney, who led the NFL in sacks last year, forced another fumble. Cornerback Nick Harper had one interception and recovered one fumble. All season long, the hard hits by the defense have led to scoring opportunities for the offense and Peyton Manning. One of his scoring passes Monday night went to Marvin Harrison, giving the duo an NFL record 86 touchdown passes. “The key so far has been a lot of energy,” coach Tony Dungy said Tuesday. “We’re playing fast, we’re playing at high speed and we’re helping each other out by really hustling.” No wonder something seemed terribly out of kilter Monday night when the St. Louis Rams took an almost effortless 17-0 lead in the first quarter, the first time all season the Indianapolis defense had really been challenged. center_img Edgerrin James also ran for a season-high 143 yards and three touchdowns and took over the AFC lead with 662 yards rushing for the season. “Our offense needed to bail us out, and it was a good thing they did,” Dungy said. “Defensively, we made some plays and got the turnovers, kind of reverted back to how we played last year, when we gave up some big plays and just weren’t real sharp. “But the turnovers and effort saw us through,” he said. The overall improvement on defense doesn’t surprise Dungy. “We felt we had a good feel of what they could do. We thought at some point we were going to gel,” he said. “I’ve been kind of waiting for this for about 3 1/2 years, and it’s starting to come to fruition. Those guys play hard. We have some really, really aggressive guys that are having fun out there.” The fun for Indianapolis really began after St. Louis lost quarterback Marc Bulger, who was bowled over by Colts linebacker David Thornton during the first interception return by June. Backup Jamie Martin had one touchdown pass but threw two more interceptions, and the Colts built their lead to 45-20 before the Rams scored a meaningless TD in the closing minutes. “It’s just that guys were very focused,” Dungy said of the defense. “We knew where a lot of the balls would go, and once we got into a situation where Martin had to throw and try to make some plays … that’s when you generally get the interceptions.” St. Louis’ 28 points fell one short of the total the Colts had allowed in the first five games combined. But their 57 points allowed are still the fewest given up by any team in the league. This week, the Colts play at winless Houston, which has the NFL’s worst offense and has scored a league-low 54 points. “But we can just watch the tape of last year’s game down there when we had to go on a drive to secure the game at the end,” Dungy said. “Our veteran guys will impress on our young guys that we’ve got to go down there and play. “Regardless of who you play, if our goal is to get better this week, it shouldn’t matter what the record of your opponent is.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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