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Dick Advocaat quits as Sunderland boss

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first_imgDick Advocaat has quit his role as Sunderland head coach with immediate effect, the club have announced.The Dutchman had signed a new deal with the Black Cats in the summer after saving them from relegation to the Championship last season.He has been unable to build on this though and a 2-2 draw with West Ham, after his men had led 2-0, was the last straw for the 68-year-old.The result leaves Sunderland second from bottom, ahead of rivals Newcastle on goal difference, and without a win in eight games.Advocaat gave the following statement on the club’s official website: “I want to thank everyone who has stood behind me. This is a very special football club, with so many great people, but I feel it is the right time to do this – not for me, but for the club.“I have made the decision to go after only eight games as I felt it was important to give everyone time turn things around – like we did last year. I am thankful to the chairman for understanding my feelings and I remain on good terms with everyone at the club.  “I wish Ellis, Lee [Congerton], all of the staff, players and of course the supporters, who made me feel so welcome here, the very best of luck for the rest of the season. I have some wonderful memories to take with me and I hope I will return to see everybody again in the future.”Sunderland AFC chairman Ellis Short said: “I am truly saddened by Dick’s decision, but I respect him for his honesty and for doing what he feels is right for the club.“He is a man of integrity and a true football person. He was hugely respectful of the club in taking this decision and he acted 100% in our best interests. It is also testament to his character that he has forgone any kind of a financial settlement, something which is very unusual in football.“I want to place on record my sincere thanks to Dick. He will be remembered with great affection by everyone at Sunderland and there will always be a warm welcome for him here at the Stadium of Light.“While this isn’t a situation any of us envisaged being in, what is important now is that we regroup quickly and focus on the rest of the season.”Assistant head coach Zeljko Petrovic has also left the club. Dick Advocaat 1last_img read more

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Video: Are you watching Arsene Wenger? Dropped Arsenal star scores excellent brace for France

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first_imgFortunately for France, as hosts of the 2016 UEFA European Championship, they have been exempt from the stress of qualifying for the tournament, but, even so, that doesn’t mean that Didier Deschamps’ men aren’t eager to impress in the build up. And perhaps none more so than Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud.It has been a challenging few months for Giroud who has not only fallen significantly out of favour at the Emirates Stadium this season, becoming second choice to Theo Walcott, but also suffered the embarrassment of being booed by the French fans during a clash with Serbia in September. However, he looked to relish playing time for his country last week and his confidence should have received a much needed boost.He scored a brace in France’s final friendly of the international break to seal victory over Denmark on Sunday night, and will hope that manager Arsene Wenger was watching closely. Have a watch of his two goals above and check out the assist from Anthony Martial for his first.Should Arsene Wenger pick Olivier Giroud more often at Arsenal or is Theo Walcott really the superior option? Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below…last_img read more

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On the town

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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Tony-award winning singer/actress Kristin Chenoweth headlined the concert, which also featured British thrush Julia Fordham. Fordham nearly stole the show when she teamed with 8-year-old Julia Rossotto on an impromptu duet of “I Want to Stay Home with You.” Also taking turns at the podium were Whitford’s “West Wing” co-stars Allison Janney and Joshua Malina. Peggy Dark’s Kitchen carried out the exotic theme with b’stilla, falafel with hummus; lamb satays; chicken and apricot tagine; saffron couscous; orange, date and watercress salad; roasted eggplant; all topped off with sorbets, chocolate mousse and a birthday cake for Michelle Butler, manager of Tiffany Pasadena who provided the popular raffle prizes: Tiffany blue gift boxes containing a crystal box for every donor – one of which held a blue ceramic box with a $5,000 gold and diamond starfish inside. KNBC-4 anchor Colleen Williams was the lucky winner. It was a love fest for Hollywood’s old and new. The cause, the celebration of a star whose charisma spanned generations, the late Merv Griffin. And how he would have loved it. It not only paid tribute to his career and generosity, but it also celebrated his legacy, the Young Musicians Foundation, an organization that he not only championed, but served as board chairman until shortly before his death last August. The occasion was the 53rd annual gala benefit for the orchestra held at Merv’s old digs, the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Oct. 19. Donanne Kasikci chaired the event, which raised more than $200,000. Griffin’s pal, Pebble Beach neighbor and golfing buddy Clint Eastwood took a brief break from the film set to present a special award to Griffin’s son, Tony, and his family – wife Tricia, son Donovan and daughter Farah. Choking back tears, Tony recalled, “Music was everything to my dad. When he was 4, my great-aunt Claudia taught him to play the piano and from that day forward he played every day of his life. Music had such a huge impact on him that it somehow wove its way through everything he did.” Joining in the tribute were YMF Interim Board Chairman Michael Gleason; Ryan Seacrest; Ty Treadway; Michael Feinstein; Katharine McPhee; violinist Stephanie Yu – winner of the YMF/Merv Griffin Memorial Scholarship; 16-year-old Canadian singer Cody Karey; Mort Lindsey – Griffin’s orchestra leader for more than 20 years – and the YMF Orchestra under the baton of Sean Newhouse, who performed Griffin’s hit “I’ve Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts” and Lindsey’s orchestral version of the “Jeopardy” theme. Among those spotted in the audience were YMF Executive Director Edye Rugolo; YMF Music Advisor David Weiss; Kenny G and his son Max; Anne Jeffreys; Ann Rutherford; Catherine Oxenberg and her daughter India; Jane Withers; Jayne Meadows; Jack Carter; Justin Chambers; Freda Payne; Pam Dawber; Laura San Giacomo; Paul Williams; Mitzi Gaynor and Lisa Williams. Charlotte Harrison, past chairwoman of the Huntington Hospital’s Fall Food and Wine event, was honored for her commitment to the Pasadena Ronald McDonald House at the third annual Shine on Monte Carlo Gala held Oct. 6 at Art Center’s South Campus (the Wind Tunnel) in Pasadena. More than 300 guests turned out for the soiree that featured country French cuisine and a showcase of vintage cars. The proceeds, which exceeded $120,000, will help fund “the home away from home” across the street from Huntington Hospital for families coming to Pasadena for advanced medical treatment for their critically or terminally ill children. For aficionados of historic California architecture, the annual Craftsman Weekend sponsored by Pasadena Heritage is a delightful wallow in the genre known as the Arts and Crafts Movement for which Pasadena is renowned. The 16th annual three-day event began Oct. 19 with tours of local Craftsman homes and continued through Oct. 21. A highlight of this year’s event was a Saturday night reception at one of Greene & Greene’s most magnificent residences, the Henry M. and Laurabelle Robinson House built in 1905-06 on the edge of the Arroyo Seco. This palatial masterpiece incorporating Japanese, English and Mission influences has been restored by its current owners, Mark Ledbetter, an electric sign manufacturer, and his multi-talented wife, Phaedra, who designed many of the home’s Craftsman-style appointments. A designer who specializes in food styling and resort photography, Phaedra is also a licensed interior designer, marriage and family therapist, horticultural therapist and is now completing her doctorate in clinical psychology. Following twilight tours of the house and garden with its stunning infinity pool, guests watched the sunset while sampling Chef Jennifer Naylor’s wine and Asian hors d’oeuvres. CELEBRATING MERV SHINE 16th CRAFTSMAN WEEKEND FOOTLIGHTERS Like many old-guard Southland philanthropic groups growing long in the tooth, The Footlighters, who will mark their 70th anniversary next year, have abandoned the lavish black-tie benefit ball format. “The cost of mounting an event like our annual Cabaret Ball and musical revue has become prohibitive,” said Footlighters President Mary Jo Blue. “The plethora of causes competing for the charity dollar, plus the challenge of filling a cavernous ballroom, and, yes, attrition in membership, has resulted in our members having to make dramatic changes in fundraising strategy.” Rather than fold their tent though, the members have launched a variety of small salon-style events to continue support of their philanthropies: the Footlighters Child Life Center at Harbor/UCLA Medical Center, A Place Called Home in South Central L.A. and a new program, Godparents for Youth, which transports children from low-income areas on educational trips out of gang-infested neighborhoods. Their most recent event, A Day at Oak Tree in the Directors Room at Santa Anita Park honoring longtime member Barbara Billingsley (a.k.a. “June Cleaver” of the long-running television series “Leave it to Beaver”), drew a slew of locals. Included were Jean and Dusty Blasiar, Marg Blasiar, Helen and Jerry Stathatos, Bea Stathatos, Dina and Bill Oldknow, Helen Lambros, Eileen and Bill Zimmerman, Beth Lochmueller, Lyn Spector, Shirley McGinley, Louise Bick, Patricia Martin, Joyce Ward and Renee Hanson. “We used to be known as the song and dance girls,” said Blue. “But as the world grows smaller, we’re focusing on broader subjects. We’ve already had a session on the role of women in Islamic; next is a seminar on stem cell research; and after the first of the year, we plan a tour of the Jet Propulsion Lab and some wild-life preserves in Southern California. “We may be the `old guard,”‘ noted Jean Blasiar, who chaired the Oak Tree event. “But we won’t be old hat. We’ve jettisoned the ball gowns and kid gloves – not to mention the taps and tights – but we will never abandon our commitment to our children’s charities.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Sam Nicholson’s Mediterranean villa in Pasadena was the setting for the second year for the annual benefit concert for Grace Center. More than 200 guests turned out for the glamorous Casablanca-themed evening honoring actress Jane Kaczmarek and her husband, actor Bradley Whitford, for their community activism. The San Marino couple has supported several local philanthropies including the center, a Pasadena-based sanctuary for victims of domestic violence. Established 11 years ago by Kitty Hall, Grace Center is now an affiliate of Five Acres, the 119-year-old child and family services agency that serves abused, neglected and at-risk children. Jane is also the founder of the Clothes Off Our Back Foundation, which auctions celebrity award-show finery to benefit children’s charities. Nicholson, who co-chaired the event along with Marilyn and John Wells and Diane Reed, noted that his shopping spree during a recent trip to Morocco was the inspiration for this year’s event. It raised more than $145,000 for the center’s programs. last_img
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BIG CHILL 2: SIX INCHES OF SNOW ON WAY THIS EVENING

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first_img1PM: LATEST: DONEGAL is being battered by blizzards again this afternoon as Big Chill 2 continues unabated.The worst hit areas were around Inishowen, the Finn Valley, Gaoth Dobhair and around Letterkenny. The windchill factor in some areas hit -10C.Forecasters are now predicting there will not be a thaw until at least Christmas Eve. There has already been reports of many crashes including a truck that has jack-knifed in Stranorlar while there has also been a crash at Market Square, Letterkenny.Gardai are today warning motorists only to make essential journeys and some schools have decided to close – with many school events such as concerts having to be postponed or cancelled. A full list is in our news section.Roads in and around Letterkenny are treacherous this afternoon – with 15 CMs of snow on the way this evening.Roads around Bundoran, Ballyshannon, Ardara and Killybegs are poor this morning and motorists are told to avoid travelling south into Sligo. Many roads across the Border in Derry, Tyrone and Fermanagh have been hit with heavy snowfalls.The Barnesmore Gap is ‘poor’ – and there are large tailbacks through Stranorlar.There are also now reports that Meearoy has been closed as more heavy snow starts to fall.There is a severe weather warning for later today with forecasters predicting a prolonged and heavy snowfall this afternoon.And there’s worse to come – with more snow and ice forecast for tomorrow, Sunday and Monday – with Met Eireann forecasting a thaw on Christmas Eve, with rain on Christmas Day. From midday today, Donegal County Council will suspend gritting services to hundreds of kilometres of local roads thanks to a lack of salt from the National Roads Authority which has been accused once again of diverting supplies to Dublin and the south of the country.The weather will also hit local traders just when they need the business most – and anyone hoping to get presents online may find they won’t arrive in time for Christmas Day.The fall-out from the chaos on the roads is set to continue with local politicians accusing the Government of once again hanging the North West out to dry.“The bottom line is that Donegal has been left hung out to dry again. Once again we have been left to fend for ourselves,” said Councillor Jimmy Harte. “In fairness to council officials and staff on the ground, they can only work with what they have. I have no doubt that council officials will be working flat out in the coming days.“But the bottom line is that we simply do not have enough salt to treat all the roads and the responsibility for that rests with Minister Noel Dempsey.“You can bet the Minister’s own constituency is not short of salt,” fumed Colr Harte.A further weather update will follow soon…….BIG CHILL 2: SIX INCHES OF SNOW ON WAY THIS EVENING was last modified: December 17th, 2010 by gregShare 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)last_img read more

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HARTE DEMANDS TWO MORE POST OFFICES FOR LETTERKENNY

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first_imgDONEGAL North East Labour candidate Jimmy Harte has demanded An Post create two more post offices in Letterkenny.The Letterkenny Town councillor and county councillor said two new post offices in Gortlee and Glencar must be opened up to serve the town.“I am firmly of the view that we need post offices in these areas in order to service the burgeoning populations there and to ease pressure on the already-busy post office on the Main Street. “The sight of queues coming out of the post office on Letterkenny Main Street is one we are all too familiar with and it is not acceptable that people, especially the elderly, are expected to queue for a long time,” he said.Petitions asking people whether they would like a sub-post office in their area have been up in a number of local businesses for several weeks now.And Colr Harte says it’s more than obvious that people need more postl services in outlying areas of the town.“Already we have collected hundreds of signatures from people who support the campaign and we continue to do so. “The post office on the Main Street is an important asset to the town centre area but it has been overwhelmed in recent times because they are offering more services and dispensing more social welfare payments than before.“Now, more than ever, sub-post offices would help take the pressure of the main facility, which is an integral part of the Main Street area,” he said.EndsHARTE DEMANDS TWO MORE POST OFFICES FOR LETTERKENNY was last modified: January 19th, 2011 by StephenShare 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)last_img read more

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Harry Redknapp’s Jordan beaten 5-1 by Australia in World Cup qualifier

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first_imgHarry Redknapp tasted defeat in his second game in charge of Jordan as Australia romped to a 5-1 victory in their World Cup qualifier in Sydney.The former Tottenham, West Ham, QPR and Portsmouth manager got off to a flyer with an 8-0 victory over Bangladesh in his first game as the nation’s new head coach.But his side were outclassed and well beaten at the Allianz Arena. Two goals from ex-Everton hero Tim Cahill and further strikes from Aaron Mooy, Tom Rogic and former Spurs starlet Massimo Luongo had the Aussies cruising, before Abdallah Deeb snatched a consolation for Jordan in injury time. It means Australia progress to the next phase of Asian qualifying after topping Group B.Jordan, who are second in the table, could still make it through, though they now face an anxious wait to see whether they have done enough. The four best second-placed teams from the eight qualifying groups will join the table toppers in the next stage. Jordan claimed five wins and one draw in their eight group games.Speaking to the press after the match, Redknapp said: “I’ve enjoyed it apart from today. No one enjoys standing on the touchline getting well beat.”He added: “The players did their best. We all did our best but what can you do? I’ve been here five or six days, what can you do?“The players are the players, I can’t suddenly bring in Ronaldo. It is what it is. They tried their best but they were beaten by a better team.” 1 Jordan manager Harry Redknapp last_img read more

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Liverpool transfer news: Is this the goalkeeper to replace Simon Mignolet?

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first_img Cologne goalkeeper Timo Horn in action 1 As Simon Mignolet’s form continues to oscillate wildly, rumours persist Liverpool will attempt to sign a new goalkeeper in the summer.The Reds have struggled to find a reliable shot-stopper since the deterioration in Pepe Reina’s form, but Jurgen Klopp may be about to turn to his homeland to find an answer.Several German glovemen have impressed in the Bundesliga, and abroad, in recent years with many proclaiming it a hot bed for custodians.The man who Klopp appears keenest on at the moment seems to Cologne star Timo Horn, who has been a mainstay between the sticks at his hometown club for the last four seasons.Still just 22, Horn has helped the club return to the Bundesliga and ensured they remained there, despite losing Kevin Wimmer to Tottenham and Anthony Ujah to Werder Bremen last summer.But in an interview with The Set Pieces, the player revealed he is set for talks with staff in Cologne, despite having a deal with the club until 2019.So, what would Horn have to offer Liverpool should they shell out the £7million it would take to prise him away, thanks to a release clause in his contract?Check out the videos below to see the Reds target in action…Timo Horn’s best saves in 2014/15Timo Horn’s best saves in 2015/16last_img read more

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talkSPORT to broadcast more English Premier League coverage than ever before

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first_img1 talkSPORT is having a Premier League party! talkSPORT, the world’s most popular sports radio station and part of Wireless Group plc, alongside its sister station talkSPORT 2, can today announce that it has been awarded the right to broadcast three Premier League UK live audio packages for the next three football seasons, starting with 2016/17.This partnership means that talkSPORT becomes the only national commercial radio station to carry live English Premier League commentary, offering its fans an unrivalled opportunity to listen to some of the biggest and best games in the annual footballing calendar.talkSPORT, which announced its latest industry figures according to RAJAR earlier this week, has seen live football make its mark on Sunday afternoons with two shows posting record results this quarter. ‘Sunday Exclusive’ hosted by Mark Saggers with regular commentators Stan Collymore and Sam Matterface [Sundays, 1pm to 4pm] saw a massive 25% increase in listeners, while ‘Call Collymore’, the popular post-match show also hosted by Stan Collymore [Sundays, 4pm to 6pm] has seen a year-on-year increase of 21%.Offering an outstanding opportunity to capitalise on this sustained growth, talkSPORT has retained exclusive Premier League audio rights to broadcast 28 Sunday afternoon matches each season, which usually kick-off at 1.30pm or 2.15pm. The station has also retained its right to broadcast 28 Saturday late afternoon matches, which usually kick off at 5.30pm.In what is also a major coup for talkSPORT’s new sister station, talkSPORT 2, the third package awarded – which offers exclusive audio rights to specific Premier League matches at 3pm on Saturday afternoons – will be played out on the new station, bringing even more top-level live sport to talkSPORT 2, which has delivered a unique position in the market by offering a range of live sport that often cannot be heard anywhere else.Scott Taunton, Chief Operating Officer at talkSPORT’s owner Wireless Group, said: “We are very pleased that talkSPORT has been awarded three of the Premier League’s live audio packages, giving us the opportunity to play out more live Premier League football for our listeners than ever before.“Becoming the only national commercial radio station to offer access to live Premier League commentary demonstrates our ongoing commitment to producing quality football coverage, fronted by a range of talented and credible presenters.“It is also a huge bonus for us to have a package awarded that can be played out on our new digital station talkSPORT 2. The station has already made a name for itself, broadcasting a range of live sport and including coverage which hasn’t had a home on British radio before. Adding live Premier League coverage to this profile cements its credibility and authority in live football commentary.”Since talkSPORT began broadcasting Premier League commentaries, it has seen sustained audience growth, significantly narrowing the gap with its nearest competitor, BBC 5 Live.The station has expanded its offering of football commentaries across the board, and now broadcasts key fixtures from the FA Cup, UEFA Champions League and England Internationals. Its talented line-up today includes names such as Alan Brazil, Colin Murray, Darren Gough and comedian Jon Richardson.talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 will also be broadcasting every single match from UEFA EURO 2016™ live in June this year, recently naming their presenters for the tournament including Joey Barton, Stan Collymore and Stuart Pearce MBE.In addition, after securing the exclusive global audio rights to the Premier League in 2012, talkSPORT now broadcasts every Premier League match live across the world in multiple languages, with partnership agreements in place in 69 countries. This agreement will run throughout the next three seasons until 2018/19.last_img read more

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Longtime supervisor Dorn dies of pneumonia at age 87

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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita “He was a real committed citizen-politician who really loved his work and the services he provided. It’s a real loss, but he leaves a good legacy and was a positive role model for all races, creeds and colors in this county.” Dorn was born Sept. 19, 1918, in Pasadena. He attended John Muir High School and Pasadena Junior College before graduating from Santa Barbara State College. A civilian instructor for the Army Air Corps during World War II, Dorn taught school and sold real estate before he was elected to the Pasadena Board of City Directors, where he served as mayor. As county supervisor, Dorn pursued strict enforcement of air pollution standards, property tax relief and improved services at county hospitals. He founded commissions on alcoholism, dangerous drugs, indecent literature, hospitals and water resources. Dorn was also instrumental in establishing two airports, the Music Center, the Sports Arena, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Olive View Hospital and Medical Center. Warren M. Dorn, who represented the San Fernando Valley for 16 years on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and helped launch some of the nation’s toughest pollution controls, died Tuesday. He was 87. The Morro Bay resident, nicknamed “Mercy” for his repeated use of the word, died of pneumonia at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center in San Luis Obispo. Many praised the ruddy-faced Dorn for his unflagging service to the Fifth Supervisorial District from 1956 to 1972. The veteran politician once boasted a career ranging “from boy mayor of Pasadena to recycled mayor of Morro Bay. Oh, mercy!” “I had the opportunity to wish him godspeed and told him we would keep him in our prayers as we wanted him to keep us in his prayers,” said Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, who spoke to Dorn by phone Monday night. Former Gov. Edmund G. “Pat” Brown, a Democrat, once praised Dorn, a Republican, as “one of the great nonpartisan helpers” to bringing state water and recreational facilities to Southern California. Dorn, whose district included the Antelope Valley, Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys, had received numerous awards for community service. After a bitter campaign, Dorn was succeeded by former TV newscaster Baxter Ward in 1972. He then moved to Morro Bay, where he served as the city’s mayor from 1980 to ’84. “He was beloved,” said Los Angeles City Councilwoman Janice Hahn, whose late father, Kenneth Hahn, served with Dorn. Dorn was the third San Fernando Valley elected official to die in the past month. Former City Councilman Ernani Bernardi died Jan. 4 at age 94. Former City Councilman Marvin Braude died Dec. 7 at 85. Both served 32 years on the council. Warren Max Dorn is survived by Phyllis, his wife of nearly 64 years; two sons, Dan and Robert; a daughter, Jennifer Bodaken; 17 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. A funeral is scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday at St. Timothy’s Catholic Church in Morro Bay. Dana Bartholomew, (818) 713-3730 dana.bartholomew@dailynews.com 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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AIB WHISTLEBLOWER ALLEGATIONS MUST BE FULLY INVESTIGATED – DOHERTY

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first_imgPearse Doherty TDDeputy Pearse Doherty has said a whistleblower allegation that AIB misled regulators must be fully investigated by the proper authorities.The whistleblower alleges that AIB misled the Central Bank on progress on loans in arrears in order to bump up its profit figures.Speaking today Deputy Doherty said there must be proper accountability if the allegations is substantiated. Deputy Doherty said “The allegation from the whistleblower today is extremely worrying and needs to be fully investigated by the proper authorities.“If the allegation is substantiated then there needs to be full accountability and the person or persons responsible for misleading the regulator need to face the full consequences of their actions.“It is also deeply worrying that allegations such as this one seem to be continuously missed by the regulator. Issues such as the tracker mortgage scandal and the moneylenders scandal were brought to light by consumers and whistleblowers. Questions must be asked of the regulator about why these issues seem to continuously be missed.”AIB WHISTLEBLOWER ALLEGATIONS MUST BE FULLY INVESTIGATED – DOHERTY was last modified: April 15th, 2016 by StephenShare 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)last_img read more

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