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PAT SPILLANE AND JOE BROLLY AMONG GAA LEGENDS SET FOR BALLYBOFEY CHARITY MATCH

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first_imgJim and Paul during the All Star TripThe NYPD teamSOME of the country’s greatest living GAA stars have been confirmed in the line-up for a charity football match at MacCumhaill Park to raise funds for the Friends of Letterkenny Hospital.TV pundits and football legends Joe Brolly and Pat Spillane will be among those togging out for the game. Th unique charity event on Monday 7th October in MacCumhaill Park in Ballybofey, will see the mighty New York Police Department roll into town to take on the cream of Ireland’s GAA Legends as part of the Gathering 2013.The Football All Ireland is over, and Sam Maguire is back in the capital for the second time in 3 years leaving the GAA diehards in Mayo hungry for another year, but this football match is an ideal bookend for football followers in the county.This charity football match follows a previous trip by NYPD in 2002 and raising money for charity is an important part of these trips with the NYPD Gaelic Football Club who have helped raised thousands of dollars for worthy charities.Brian McGarvey, Chairperson of The Friends of Letterkenny General Hospital said: “The Friends have raised more than €4.5m since 1992 to help provide better healthcare equipment and facilities for the people of the North West and this unique event in our 21st year will help raise much needed funds to support cardiac services at Letterkenny General Hospital. “As everybody knows, a freak flood in late July of this year has cast a shadow over the hospital, but I am confident with the support of the Friends that the Hospital will be bigger and better when it is rebuilt.”Jim McGuinness said he is delighted to be involved.“Paul organised a football game for the All-Ireland winning team in New York last year and when he first spoke about the possibility of organising the match, I thought it was a great idea as a charity match,” said Jim.“The Friends Of Letterkenny General Hospital had approached me earlier this year to become an Ambassador for them and this event is an ideal fundraising opportunity. The Friends are celebrating 21 years of fundraising in 2013 and I am delighted to support the charity in any way.”The GAA Legends team includes Kieran McGeeney, (Armagh), Eamon O’Hara (Sligo), Fergal McGill (Leitrim) Pauric Dunne (Offaly), Anthony Tohill(Derry), Paddy Bradley (Derry), Peter Canavan (Tyrone), Brian McGuigan(Tyrone) Joe Brolly (Derry), Nudie Hughes (Monaghan), Dessie Farrell (Dublin), Dara O Shea (Kerry), Seamus Darby (Offaly), Colm O’Rourke (Meath), Pat Spillane (Kerry) and local Donegal heros include Martin McHugh, James McHugh, Manus Boyle, John Joe Doherty, Barry McGowan, Brendan Deveeney and Mark Crossan. The Legends team is growing day by day as word of the event spreads from county to county.A large number of the All-Ireland winning team have also committed to playing on the night including Michael Murphy, Karl Lacey, Colm McFadden, Paul Durkan, Neil McGee, Neil Gallagher, Frank McGlynn, Anthony Thompson and Mark McHugh. A great football game is always followed by a great post match debate and this game is no different with a great nights craic and entertainment lined up for the Post Match Celebration in Jacksons Hotel. There is an opportunity to meet and chat to the players with light refreshments being served which is followed by a great nights dancing from a host of entertainers including David Craige, Grainne Gavigan, Anne Biddie Deirdre Bonner and Gary Gamble.For tickets and further please contact the Friends Office on 9104466 or www.friendsoflgh.ie.Peter McCormack, a NYPD police officer said the NYPD Gaelic Football Team is extremely proud to represent its city in the International Tournament this October in Dublin.“As part of the Gathering, the NYPD GFC will be playing Tournament matches in Croke Park, Westmanstown Sports Complex and Ballybofey. “It is with great pride, that I lead our club, as President, in a charity match in my home town of Ballybofey. The NYPD will be teaming up with members of the 2012 All Ireland Champions, Donegal, in a match against a GPA Legends selection featuring Martin McHugh, Darragh O’Se and Joe Brolly. The legends team will led by GPA President, and former Dublin great, Dessie Farrell.”The NYPD Gaelic Football Club was formed in 1990, to keep the heritage alive and raise money for charities.Said Peter: “Our club has been instrumental in providing financial support to numerous charities, over the last 20 years. Over the last 5 years, on the Football field, our club has been extremely successful, winning the International Police Tournament in 2007, winning the silver medal in the 2011 World Police Fire Games and most recently winning the GPA sponsored Breezy Point Cup several months ago.“Our motto, “Keep the Heritage Alive” is our Club’s main focus, with raising money for worthy charities as our priority goal. We look forward to participating in this charity match in Donegal.”PAT SPILLANE AND JOE BROLLY AMONG GAA LEGENDS SET FOR BALLYBOFEY CHARITY MATCH was last modified: September 25th, 2013 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:BallybofeyCharity MatchDonegal GAAFriends of Letterkenny HospitalJOE BROLLYPat Spillanelast_img read more

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MTN, US firm in Uganda tower venture

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first_img9 January 2012 “In addition, we are building upon our successful partnership with MTN in Ghana where our tower expertise, operational excellence and a focus on delivering growth and value from the asset portfolio, are highly complemented by MTN’s regional operational experience,” he said. American Tower CEO Jim Taiclet said the company’s strategy was to invest in select African markets with strong wireless growth potential and a positive investment climate “Infrastructure sharing makes absolute sense for MTN and we expect it to play a significant role in reducing our long-term infrastructure costs,” MTN Group chief executive Sifiso Dabengwa said in a statement last month. “The Ugandan market has presented us with an opportunity to continue to build on our strong working relationship with the experienced team at American Tower.” In November 2010, South African mobile operator Cell C sold over 3 000 of its base station towers to American Tower in a $430-million deal. The deal is expected to be finalised in the first half of 2012, subject to usual regulatory approvals, upon which ATC Uganda will become the largest owner and operator of base station tower sites in that country. Pan-African mobile operator MTN Group and American Tower Corporation (ATC) are to establish a new joint venture tower company in Uganda that will acquire MTN base station towers in that country for approximately US$175-million. “Because market conditions in each of the markets are unique, we will continue to evaluate infrastructure sharing opportunities on a market by market basis going forward,” said Dabengwa. American Tower is a leading independent owner, operator and developer of broadcast and wireless communications sites in the United States, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, India, Ghana, Mexico, Peru and South Africa. MTN Uganda will be the anchor tenant, on commercial terms, on each of the towers being purchased. Independent tower operations MTN owns approximately 33 000 base station towers across its 22 operations in Africa and the Middle East. American Tower expects that ATC Uganda will build approximately 280 tower sites for MTN Uganda over the next three years, as well as pursue opportunities to build tower sites for other wireless operators in Uganda. ATC Uganda, which will own about 1 000 base station towers, will be managed by American Tower, and controlled by a holding company of which American Tower will hold a 51% stake and MTN Group the remaining 49%. SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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Janse van Rensburg wins Mzansi Tour

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first_img14 April 2014 Jacques Janse van Rensburg capped an excellent week of racing for Team MTN-Qhubeka when he retained the yellow jersey he had earned after the first stage to take the overall victory in South Africa’s Mzansi Tour on the weekend. Not only did Janse van Rensburg win the yellow jersey for Team MTN-Qhubeka, he also won the Leading African Rider competition, while Louis Meintjes won the King of the Mountains competition and Young Rider Classification. In addition, Team MTN-Qhubeka also won the team competition and filled the top four places in the general classification, with Janse van Rensburg, Meintjes, Merhawi Kudus and Daniel Teklehaimanot leading the way.‘The team performed awesomely’ “The team performed awesomely all week, winning the yellow jersey, polka dot jersey, young rider jersey, African jersey and team prize, so it was an awesome week for Team MTN-Qhubeka,” Janse van Rensburg said in a statement after the completion of the Tour. “For me personally, it is my first big victory after a few years of struggling with some health problems. It was touch and go but I’m glad it got sorted out in October. It was definitely the right step that I took to improve my career and the result that I got here just proved that the best years of my cycling career are still to come. “There were a few times in my career that I’ve been on the edge of giving up, but I just pulled through on each occasion and it is paying off now. “This result now gives me a lot of motivation and I’m sure for the team as well, as we head off to Giro del Trentino and Liege-Bastogne-Liege. I think it also improves my chances of getting selected for the Vuelta ]Tour of Spain] a little bit.” ‘Incredibly important’ Team Principal Douglas Ryder commented: “The Mzansi Tour was incredibly important for Team MTN-Qhubeka powered by Samsung because, being the only Pro Continental team in the race, as well as being the only Pro Continental team from South Africa and on the continent for that matter, made this South African race very important to us. “With our sponsors MTN and Samsung also being South African, and who are funding this whole project, made it really important that we brought a really good team to this race to show the level and investment made is paying off. “If we look at the race performance now, having the first four positions overall, winning four of the five competitions, and the team competition by seven minutes with a team of only six riders, and defending the jersey from literally the first road stage after the prologue, just shows the depth and the quality of the riders and also the investment that is being made in international racing and in Europe is putting them at a higher level. The Vuelta With an eye towards the future, Ryder added: “Going forward now, since we’ve been invited to the Vuelta just one week ago, Jacques has said in many interviews how important it is for all of them to show what they can do in racing because there is internal competition to be one of those nine riders that goes to the Vuelta. “The first African team to start a Grand Tour, those riders will be remembered forever, because if someone Googles in 10 or 20 years’ time the transformation of African cycling, where did it start and who were the pioneers, it was those nine guys.” SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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Every Green Builder Needs to Have This Book on the Shelf

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first_imgThere are a small number of books that have been so important to me that I buy them in quantity to give to friends. To new parents I give Kids Are Worth It by Barbara Coloroso, and to new employess, How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. Among the books I give to my fellow green builders is The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber.We’re in the sustainable building business, so it’s only natural that we would employ sustainable business practices too. To some extent that means working for a triple bottom line that values not just profits, but people and planet as well. Fundamentally, it means following business practices that will ensure your business’s future, and there is no future in working sixty hours a week and barely making wages.Crisis is not sustainableTo be sustainable, your business needs to pay you, the owner, as well as the employees a living wage (enough to send your kids and your employee’s kids to college). It should have a decent health plan and enable you and your employees to have nights and weekends at home with family, and it ought to be able to run smoothly without you so that you can go on vacation and even (gasp!) retire someday without having to hand out pink slips sell your tools and equipment.The E-Myth Revisited was the book that first opened my eyes to the idea that I could achieve this balance by creating systems to automate some of the repetitive tasks of my business: invoicing, product selection, bill paying — the basic administrative things that need to get done on any project. The book uses the concept of “franchising” your business, showing you how to build repeatable systems so you can stop reinventing the wheel and living from crisis to crisis and focus your attention on the things that differentiate your business from the competition.“Green” is a systems approach to building; this is a systems approach to business.The book is subtitled Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It. His point is that many small businesses are started by craftsmen and technicians who love their work but view the business side as a “necessary evil.” Once they get the business part of their companies systematized (on “autopilot”), they can be free to truly excel at the craft they love. Without those systems, they are condemned to a life of crises, long hours, and cash-flow problems. Gerber also has a thinner book called The E-Myth Contractor, which I don’t recommend. I think the ideas are presented more clearly in the original.last_img read more

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Trinamool cadres accused of assaulting Opposition candidates

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first_imgA day after she was allegedly abducted in broad daylight by Trinamool Congress (TMC) cadres near her home in the Sagardighi block of Murshidabad district, Hasina Begam is yet to get over the trauma. Ever since she filed her nomination as a zilla parishad (district council) candidate of the CPI (M), she was allegedly being threatened by ruling party cadres. Saturday was the last date for withdrawal of nominations for the panchayat polls to be held on May 14.“Police at the behest of TMC leaders arrested my husband from our house,” Ms. Begam told The Hindu. After hearing this news, she was rushing back to her home, when a vehicle stopped beside her and some men allegedly dragged her in. “They were TMC cadres. They took me to the Sub-Divisional Officer’s (SDO) office and forced me to withdraw my nomination. I had no choice as the lives of my family members were at stake,” she said. The family members of another CPI (M) candidate in Sagardighi, Smita Dalui, who was also allegedly abducted by Trinamool cadres from her residence on Saturday, refused to speak fearing repercussions from them. “Kindly spare us and let us live in peace,” said her husband. They are just two among the scores of Opposition party candidates in several districts of Bengal, who were forced to withdraw their nominations for the panchayat polls, following alleged assault and abduction by Trinamool cadres. However, most of these candidates are unwilling to speak to the media fearing repercussions. The CPI (M) district leadership in Murshidabad alleged that 311 candidates in the gram panchayat, panchayat samiti and zilla parishad were forced to withdraw their nominations. In South 24 Paraganas, the party leadership alleged that three of their panchayat samiti candidates in Baruipur’s Ramnagar I panchayat samiti, were abducted and assaulted by Trinamool cadres, who forced them to withdraw nominations. A similar incident took place at Bhangar, where relatives of a CPI (M) zilla parishad candidate were kidnapped by Trinamool workers on Friday, forcing him to withdraw his nomination. “In the Diamond Harbour Lok Sabha seat, there are no Opposition party candidates in 1,000 gram panchayats, 196 panchayat samitis and 20 zilla parishads. This speaks volumes about TMC’s terror tactics,” CPI (M) district secretary in South 24 Paraganas Samik Lahiri said. However, the party leadership was unable to provide any State-wide figure regarding withdrawal of nominations. “We will get the State- wide figure tomorrow [Monday]” CPI(M) State secretariat member Rabin Deb said. State Congress alleged that in the districts of Purba and Paschim Medinipur, South and North 24 Paraganas and Murshidabad, scores of Congress candidates were forced to withdraw nominations due to the terror tactics of the Trinamool. “TMC cadres are making a mockery of democracy in the State. If such a situation continues, the Panchayat polls will be reduced to a farce,” State Congress vice- president Debabrata Basu said. State BJP vice-president Sayantan Basu alleged that about 250 of their candidates were forced to withdraw their nominations following threats from the ruling party. Trinamool reacts Denying the allegations, Trinamool secretary-general and State Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said that “the CPI (M) is making contradictory statements.”“First they alleged that they were not allowed to file nominations, and now they are saying that they are being forced to withdraw nominations. The fact is that the CPI (M) is afraid to take part in the polls and hence is making such baseless allegations,” Mr. Chatterjee told The Hindu.last_img read more

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Chennai Super Kings slump to second loss in Champions League Twenty20

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first_imgChennai Super Kings’ chances for a semifinal berth in the Champions League Twenty20 suffered a blow as they slumped to their second consecutive defeat in the tournament with a six-wicket loss at the hands of Highveld Lions in Cape Town on Tuesday.After being sent into bat, Chennai posted a challenging 158 for six with captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni top-scoring with 34 but the Lions chased down the target with three balls to spare in a thrilling Group B match that went down the wire at the Newlands.Chennai, who had lost to Sydney Sixers in their opening match on October 14, squandered a sensational start in their defence of 158.Opener Gulam Bodi smashed a 46-ball 64 to play a big role in the Lions’ win. The local side now are in a very good position to make it to the semifinals having beaten defending champions Mumbai Indians in their opening match on October 14.Chennai, who had lost to Sydney Sixers in their opening match on October 14, squandered a sensational start in their defence of 158.Pacer Doug Bollinger (2/18) got two quick wickets early on to reduce the Lions to eight runs for two in the third over but Chennai allowed the local side to wriggle out of the tight spot and then to eventually win the match.For Chennai, Ravichandran Ashwin and Albie Morkel took a wicket each, besides the two wickets by Bollinger for 18 runs.Chennai will now have to win both their remaining matches to have any chance of making it to the semifinals.Bodi and Neil McKenzie (32) shared a 93-run stand for the third wicket from 9.5 overs to turn the tide in favour of the Lions.The Lions needed 51 from the last five overs and 20 from the last two overs and they did it in style by reaching 159 for four with three balls to spare.For Chennai, Ravichandran Ashwin and Albie Morkel took a wicket each, besides the two wickets by Bollinger for 18 runs.advertisementlast_img read more

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Legacy Projects to Boost Sport Tourism – Minister Grange

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first_img Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange, says the legacy projects, launched earlier this year, will provide a boost for sport tourism, while buttressing the country’s sport infrastructure.She was speaking at the launch of the 2017 Reggae Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K event held at the Alhambra Inn in St. Andrew on Tuesday, October 24.The projects, being undertaken as part of the year-long ‘Jamaica 55’ Independence celebrations, include establishment of a Caribbean Sports Medicine Centre on the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI); a virtual sports museum, which will trace and showcase Jamaica’s performance in sports; and establishment of a physical sports museum at the Independence Park Complex at the National Stadium.In addition, the Trelawny Stadium is to be redeveloped to become the centre of sport tourism; and mini stadia will be created at the Goodyear Oval in St. Thomas; Drax Hall, St. Ann; Portmore, St. Catherine; and the Herb McKenley Stadium in Clarendon.“It is exciting times for sport tourism,” Minister Grange said.“My Ministry has a major role to play in Jamaica capitalising to the fullest extent on this positive trend in the world in sport tourism. This nation has been blessed with athletes, coaches and other support personnel of the highest order. It behooves us, therefore, as Government, to provide the support through infrastructure and other facilities to enable us to turn potential into money; big money,” she noted.“Our objectives through these projects are to invest in the sport industry, which has significant potential in sport tourism, to generate significant tourism and income-earning benefits for Jamaica, to improve infrastructure in rural Jamaica and to promote active living in Jamaica,” she added.Ms. Grange said tourism is the world’s number-one industry, with sport regarded as the top industry in the leisure sector.“Sport is an integral part of our culture, and while often viewed as a separate activity, it is inextricably linked to tourism. Sport can now be viewed as an attraction within the broader tourism industry,” she pointed out. Story Highlights The projects, being undertaken as part of the year-long ‘Jamaica 55’ Independence celebrations, include establishment of a Caribbean Sports Medicine Centre on the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI); a virtual sports museum, which will trace and showcase Jamaica’s performance in sports; and establishment of a physical sports museum at the Independence Park Complex at the National Stadium. She was speaking at the launch of the 2017 Reggae Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K event held at the Alhambra Inn in St. Andrew on Tuesday, October 24. Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange, says the legacy projects, launched earlier this year, will provide a boost for sport tourism, while buttressing the country’s sport infrastructure.last_img read more

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African Players Walk Out on Russian Soccer Club After

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Igor Gamula  photo from www.independent.co.uk.comAfter the coach of a Russian professional soccer club made offensive comments last week regarding his African players, the players have refused to train with the team.On Friday, coach Igor Gamula of the Russian club FC Rostov said his club had “enough dark-skinned players, we’ve got six of the things,” according to Thestar.com.Paul Mitchell, agent for Rostov’s South African defender Siyanda Xulu, told thestar.com that the five African players “are not prepared to train under the current coach until such time as the situation has been dealt with.Gamula’s comments are just the latest in a head-spinning spate of racist comments and actions directed at Black athletes. While racism in sports is hardly new, the latest incidents still seem shocking at a time when Blacks seem to be such a dominant force in the sports world.Of course there was the infamous case of Donald Sterling, former owner of the Los Angeles Clippers who was caught on tape making racist comments just before last year’s NBA playoffs. The team responded by dumping their Clippers warmup jackets and pants on the court to show their disgust with Sterling. The NBA owners voted to remove Sterling from the NBA by forcing him to sell the team.More recently, Atlanta Hawks co-owner Bruce Levenson offered to sell his portion of the team when he found an e-mail he had written two years ago that he considered to be “inappropriate and offensive.”In the international arena of soccer, racism has been a continual problem. In 2007, Serge Branco, a midfielder from Cameroon who played in a Russian league, endured constant racial abuse from fans of the Zenit St. Petersburg soccer club, according to the New York Times. In 2008, Zenit manager Dick Advocaat reportedly said, “I would be happy to sign anyone, but the fans don’t like Black players.” It was in 2011 when a Zenit fan offered a banana to Roberto Carlos, a Brazilian player. Zenit was also the last top-level Russian club to have never signed a Black player until September 2012, when it signed the Brazilian forward Hulk and Belgian Axel Witsel.In hockey, P.K. Subban, the Black defenseman for the Montreal Canadiens, was bombarded with racist tweets after his game winning goal in double overtime against the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of the series. Using Twitter, Bruins fans broadcasted their offensive and racist language. read more

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Jamaicas Vice Chancellor calls for Reparation Payment to descendants of slaves

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first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, October 12, 2017 – Kingston – Vice Chancellor, University of the West Indies, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, has renewed the call for reparations valuing £76 billion be paid to the descendants of enslaved people of the Caribbean by former European slave-trading nation, Britain.“The £20 million that they paid to the slave owners should have been paid to the enslaved.  We have to make a claim to that money.   We have an entitlement to that £20 million that was paid in 1834 (which) today values £76 billion,” he said.Professor Beckles made the call while speaking on the topic ‘Faked Emancipation, Insincere Independence, Reparatory Justice: A 21st Century Paradigm for Economic Growth’ at a symposium held at the Mona Visitors’ Lodge, University of the West Indies, on October 11.The Professor, who is also Chair of the CARICOM Reparation Commission, further suggested that the Caribbean’s bilateral debt should be offset against the £76 billion.   He argued that the entire Caribbean domestic debt should be capitalised and turned into a grant for social investment in democracy development.“In other words, the British left us to clean up the mess.   When Jamaica became independent, 70 per cent of the Jamaican people could not read or write.   They became independent and yet three quarters of them could not read or write and the British said go and develop,” he said.Professor Beckles informed that this resulted in massive illiteracy, little or no infrastructure, among other things.“The result is that the Government of Jamaica, like other governments, had to spend millions and billions of dollars to build schools and health systems and that is one of the social democracies that have to be repaid,” he said.Furthermore, Professor Beckles is calling for the creation of a Caribbean Sustainability Fund.   “We need a fund, a Marshall Plan to help to clean up this mess that we inherited, that we have been trying to clean up; but we cannot do it by ourselves, because we did not create it, and despite our best efforts, it is overwhelming us,” he said.“Britain needs to be brought to the table to discuss the process of reparation, and if we can take this conversation to the higher level and make these demands… then these should become the basis of a summit,” he said.Meanwhile, Director, Centre for Reparation Research, Professor Verene Shepherd, in a message said the discussions are anchored within the context of history, human rights, the right to development, ethical and moral obligation, legal justification and political responsibility in the postcolonial age, looking at government responses to reparation and comparing different national/transnational political contexts.Release: JISPhoto credit: Times Higher Education Related Items:last_img read more

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Del Mar City Leaders aim to ban gun shows at the Fairgrounds

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first_img Updated: 10:53 AM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsThe City of Del Mar is looking to discontinue its popular gun show at the fairgrounds. This of course comes as debates continue around the country over gun regulations and safety after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida last month.Del Mar Mayor Dwight Worden joined us on Good Morning San Diego to explain why.What do you think about the Del Mar Fairgrounds hosting gun shows? Leave a comment on our Facebook post. KUSI Newsroom Del Mar City Leaders aim to ban gun shows at the Fairgrounds March 22, 2018center_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: March 22, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, last_img read more

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