Bromwich, Hampton charged for dangerous throw

first_imgThe two players attracted the attention of the NRL match review committee from the Round 15 Dragons-Storm clash on Saturday night.The Storm duo were charged for a 34th minute challenge on Dragons centre Euan Aitken, but a previous good record means the pair can escape suspension with an early guilty plea.last_img

Final witness statements to be entered

first_img2015 vehicular deathThe trial of the causing death of the Parfaite Harmonie Primary School lad will soon come to a close as evidence in the matter was tendered on Monday at the Wales Magistrate’s Court.Junior Dey of Lot 18 Second Street, Albertown, Georgetown, appeared before Magistrate Clive Nurse as the statement was read.Final statements into the matter are to be taken on August 18 after which Dey will know his fate.According to reports, on the day of the incident, six-year-old Keith Adams was walking with two friends on the access road heading to school when he was struck by a speeding car.Dey, driver of car PRR 9325 was arrested following the accident.Reports are that as the lad was walking along the access road, Dey was proceeding south at a fast rate and lost control of the vehicle thereby hitting the lad. Little Adams was flung into the air after which the car ran over his body.He reportedly died on the spot qwhile the car skidded and ended up in a nearby trench.Dey was later charged with causing death by dangerous driving and has been before the court since that time.last_img read more

Literacy Day approaching

first_imgA new chapter of events is set to take place in Fort St. John.Jan. 27 marks Family Literacy Day and the city has set up an entire day dedicated to supporting the cause.- Advertisement -Various Fort St. John establishments will be promoting the day ahead of schedule.On Jan. 12, Patch Java will open its doors for a lunchtime family play time.CJ Java’s will also open its doors on the 19 and the Cultured Café for the same cause. Taylor pre-school will hold a pre-school Play for Literacy on the 26.On Literacy Day, Patch Java will be hosting various events throughout the afternoon and into the evening, including ‘Eat and Play’, a game time on the WOW bus, a Pictionary play-off and a dramatic Munsch reading.Advertisement The Fort St. John Library will also be taking part in its own festivities by hosting a Scrabble tournament starting at 7 p.m.A few schools have also decided to become involved in the day’s events. Alwin Holland Elementary School will be hosting a Read and Feed for students. CM Finch Elementary School will be having a Game Time afternoon for students, and finally, Robert Ogilvie Elementary will be throwing a Literacy Night for parents and students, providing snacks and hot chocolate for participants.For more information on the above events, please contact the following individuals.Patch Java: Erin Collins, 250-262-2088Alwin Holland Elementary- Jan Pope, 250-785-6125CM Finch Elementary- Helen Gilbert, 250-785-8580 Robert Ogilvie Elementary- Ashley Prontact, 250-785-3704 Advertisementlast_img read more

Defender targeted by Arsenal scores sensationa set-piece (video)

first_img1 Celtic star Virgil van Dijk celebrates Arsene Wenger appears keen to add to Arsenal’s defensive options this summer and by the looks of it one target could also add something to their attack too.The Gunners have been long-term admirers of Celtic’s Virgil van Dijk, who also interests Southampton and West Ham.And the Dutch centre-back, who has been valued at around £10million, isn’t just a stopper – as proved by this stunning free-kick against Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the Scottish Cup.Check out the brilliant strike below…last_img read more

DreamWorks’ profits beat the experts

first_imgFourth quarter profits fell by more than half at DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., but the company still easily beat Wall Street expectations. The company reported net income of $63.2 million, or 61 cents per share in the quarter ending Dec. 31, 2005, compared to net income of $192 million, of $1.99 per share in the same period last year. Revenue fell to $172.9 million from $495.7 million in the same period last year. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial had expected earnings of 42 cents per share. Results were driven mainly by home video revenue from the film “Madagascar,” which contributed $152.3 million worth of revenue during the quarter. Last year’s quarter included home video revenue from the company’s huge hit “Shrek 2” and box office revenue from “Shark Tale.” Despite winning an Oscar for the film “Wallace & Gromit: the Curse of the Were-Rabbit,” DreamWorks Animation took a charge of $25.1 million for the film, which did not perform well at the box office. The write-off reduced fourth quarter earnings by 15 cents per share. The Glendale-based company did not give earnings guidance for 2006. DreamWorks Animation said its next film, “Over the Hedge,” will be released in May and may not generate profits for the company until its release on home video in the fourth quarter. The film “Flushed Away” will be released in November and will not generate significant returns until 2007. Ahead of the income report, DreamWorks shares rose 23 cents to close at $26.86 Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange. They gained 8 cents in late-session trade. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want 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

Freshman leads golfers to first

first_imgWhen a team has as much talent as the College of the Canyons’ men’s golf team does, it’s in for some surprises. Freshman Edgar Reyes, struggling at season’s start, the shot a 1-under-par 71 to win a Western State Conference match Monday at Tierra Rejada Country Club in Moorpark and help the Cougars catch nemesis Santa Barbara in the conference standings. COC (20-4) finished second to host Moorpark in the team scoring and is knotted with Santa Barbara (20-4), which finished fourth, atop the WSC. “(Reyes is) as talented as anyone else,” coach Gary Peterson said. “It’s really a level of confidence. When you start to roll, you get more aggressive, more confident, and that’s probably what happened out there.” Robbins, from Village Christian of Sun Valley, remembered playing against freshman Michael Notaro (Westlake) and sophomore Willy Cabrera (Chatsworth). “I knew that they were good hitters,” Robbins said. “I got Willy (Cabrera) out, but I left a curveball up for Michael (Notaro). He got the best of me there.” Notaro singled in his only at-bat against Robbins, who took the loss in the 12-1 defeat to Pierce. Cabrera went 0 for 1. Robbins is the Cougars’ top pitcher with a 4-2 record. He leads the team with 32 innings pitched. Nathan Brown, (818) 713-3607 nate.brown@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 Reyes (Alemany High of Mission Hills) credits his teammates and the atmosphere within the program. “It’s been fun playing on this team,” he said. “That takes away some of the pressure.” COC could take sole possession of first place Monday when it is host to a WSC match at TPC Valencia, its home course. All-WSC: Guards Derrick Williams and Andre Murray accorded All-Western State Conference honors for men’s basketball. Murray, a 6-foot-2 Cleveland of Reseda product, led COC in scoring, averaging 20 points per game. Williams, a 6-3 sophomore from Price High in Los Angeles, averaged 14.8 points per game during the regular season. I know you: Freshman left-hander Mike Robbins, No. 2 in the baseball team’s starting rotation, distinctly recognized two hitters when he faced Pierce College of Woodland Hills on Feb. 25. last_img read more

DONEGAL SEEKING 13 BLUE FLAG BEACHES FOR 2012

first_imgLOCAL authorities are seeking Blue Flag status for 13 beaches this year.Donegal County Council made applications for beaches at Culdaff, Shroove, Lisfannon, Magherawarden (Portsalon), Marblehill, Killahoey, Downings, Carrickfinn, Narin, Fintra, Murvagh and Rossnowlagh.Bundoran Town Council has applied for Blue Flag status for Bundoran Beach.  DONEGAL SEEKING 13 BLUE FLAG BEACHES FOR 2012 was last modified: February 3rd, 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)last_img read more

Police seeking help to find missing girl

first_imgA 14- year-old girl missing since her stepfather dropped her off at La Mirada High School Friday is being sought by authorities. Jenelle Frances Andres, who is 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds, was dropped off at the high school shortly before 8 a.m. Friday. She has not been seen or heard from since, sheriff’s Detective Jack Smith said. Andres is possibly with her boyfriend, Anthony Gamboa, 14, who has also been reported missing, Smith said. All possible leads as to their whereabouts have been exhausted and deputies are asking for the public’s help in finding her. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Anyone with additional information on the girl’s whereabouts should call (562) 863-8711. last_img read more

‘LABOUR’S BID TO REMOVE RELIGION FROM SCHOOLS IS NEW LOW’ – McCONALOGUE

first_imgDONEGAL TD Charlie McConalogue has described a proposal by the Labour Party’s Aodhán Ó Riordáin to cut chaplaincy services from VECs and community schools as the latest front in the party’s ‘Culture War’, criticising the plan as ‘typically myopic and mean spirited’.Deputy McConalogue told Donegal Daily: “The attempt of the Labour Party to remove all trace of religious faith from public life in Ireland is well understood, however the latest front in this Culture War marks a new low.“Deputy Aodhán Ó Riordáin’s proposal to cancel funding for chaplaincy services in VECs and community schools comes hot on the heels of the Labour Party’s dismantling of the school counsellor system and shows a shocking disregard for the effect that these decisions are having on vulnerable students.” “As someone with a background in education, you would expect Deputy Ó Riordáin to understand that the chaplaincy service in these institutions is more about student support than anything else.“Since his party demolished the student counsellor system, these individuals have taken on a more important pastoral support role than ever before.“Unfortunately, it appears that such considerations take a back seat when it comes to the Labour Party’s prosecution of their Culture War. The proposal is myopic and mean spirited and I am calling on the Minister for Education to move quickly to dissociate himself and his department from it.”  ‘LABOUR’S BID TO REMOVE RELIGION FROM SCHOOLS IS NEW LOW’ – McCONALOGUE was last modified: September 3rd, 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:Charlie McConaloguecutseducationLabour partylast_img read more

What Information Should Your Business Plan Include?

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest It’s easy to know you need a business plan, but it’s harder to know exactly what to include.Business plans tend to follow a standard format, and many online resources and templates online can be adapted for your operation. Make your plan as simple or as complex as you like. The main goal is to create a plan that is useful to you and meets your needs.At Farm Credit Mid-America, we recommend including the following components in your business plan:Operation overview. This is the “elevator pitch” about your farm. Describe the basics of your operation related to your mission and objectives, crops you produce and acreage.Ownership summary. Include information about ownership and company structure. With any type of business, different owners bring different expertise. It’s always good to evaluate each owner’s strengths and what he or she brings to the operation.Strengths and weaknesses. Identify ways to use your ownership team’s strengths to your advantage and plan for ways to overcome any weaknesses in your operation.Sales and marketing strategy. Once you have identified your operation’s strengths, look for opportunities to leverage them to your competitive advantage as you create sales and marketing strategies.Financials (budget and balance sheet). This is the most important part of your business plan. Include a budget and a balance sheet that reflects your assets, liabilities and net worth.Goals. Research has shown that the simple act of recording goals will increase the likelihood of achieving them.In the budget section, project income and expenses for the upcoming year. This is not a time to be optimistic. It is best to plan for the worst-case scenario. Try to avoid underestimating expenses or overestimating income.The balance sheet helps you understand and evaluate working capital and net worth. Comparing balance sheets year-over-year offers a good picture of how your operation is progressing toward your goals. Your net worth should increase steadily each year. If not, that’s a red flag.Write down both short- and long-term goals, such as purchasing a new combine or paying down debt. Your goals should be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timebound). Remember to involve all owners in identifying and setting goals.Also, identify risks that may impede your goals and create a contingency plan for them. The more you prepare for challenges, the easier they will be to deal with when they do occur. For example, crop insurance is one smart way to mitigate damages from drought, flooding and other natural disasters.Including the above components will ensure your business plan works hard for you and your operation. Be sure to update your information and revisit your plan on a regular basis. An accurate and updated business plan is a powerful tool that can open up many opportunities.AUDIO: The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins visits with Wendy Osborn of Farm Credit Mid-America about putting together a farm business plan. Wendy Osborn FCMA Business Plan 1.12.17last_img read more