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  • Security alert ends in Derry

    first_img Google+ Pinterest Google+ Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Previous articleMeeting intended to secure cancer services at LGH – GovernmentNext articleDonegal unchanged for visit of leaders Cork News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North A security alert at Madams Bank Road in Derry has ended. The alert began before 7 o’clock this morning.The PSNI say a suspicious vehicle was examined and nothing untoward was found. The road has been since been reopened to traffic. WhatsApp Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal center_img By News Highland – February 27, 2015 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Homepage BannerNews Facebook Security alert ends in Derry Facebook Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

  • BonusFinder research finds 94% of UK gamblers aware of RG tools

    first_img KSA launches operator tender for problem gambling helpline June 22, 2020 Share Share GAMING1 uses AI to combat problem gambling August 4, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Research from BonusFinder.com has revealed that 94% of UK gamblers were aware of the responsible gambling tools available to them during the lockdown period.The research, which surveyed 500 UK casino and bingo players, detailed that 31% of players had gambled ‘somewhat more’ between March and June, while 28% admitted to gambling ‘the same’ amount as they would in normal circumstances.Fintan Costello, Managing Director, BonusFinder.com, said: “Our research has found that RG tools have been top of mind for players even when many have been confined to their homes due to government guidelines.“As the UK emerges from this period, we can see that gambling levels have risen but to a lesser extent than we expected and crucially, that players are aware of the range of helpful RG tools available to them across many regulated brands.“The industry is taking a great deal of positive steps to protect players and it is high time we focused on this. We must continue to educate and normalise RG tools across all ages as well as improve and increase education and awareness for younger adults.”Only 5% of respondents stated that they were unaware of responsible gambling tools, with the over 45s three times less likely to know of the functions available, with this number falling to 3% when looking at 18-24-year-olds.Deposit limits were found to be the most widely acknowledged responsible gaming tool among all respondents. Of those surveyed, men were more likely to be aware of the deposit limits, with 66% stating they knew of them, compared to 61% of women. Meanwhile, 46% of men acknowledged session limits in contrast to 52% of women. More than just a logo: How Gambling Therapy is providing global support to those most in need June 10, 2020 Submitlast_img read more

  • Thursday January 9th KGLO Morning News

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  • Thumbs-Up for Bulldog Graduates

    first_imgOn the 17th of June, 2016, Rumson-Fair Haven graduates congregated at Monmouth University MAC to receive their 238 diplomas.Over 95% of the students will be entering college in the fall. The class appreciated the messages voiced by their two class valedictorians Colin Courchesne and Jack Padovano.last_img

  • No guard of honour for Barca as they did not do one for us – Zidane

    first_img0Shares0000Zinedine Zidane has led Real Madrid into their third consecutive Champions League final © AFP/File / JAVIER SORIANOMADRID, Spain, May 5 – Zinedine Zidane says Barcelona do not deserve a guard of honour before the Clasico on Sunday because they refused to give Real Madrid one for winning the Club World Cup.Barca host Real as La Liga and Copa del Rey champions but Zidane’s side will not perform a ‘pasillo’, the tradition of players applauding their opponents onto the pitch. Deportivo La Coruna made the gesture ahead of their game against Barca last weekend while Barca gave Real a guard of honour at the Santiago Bernabeu in 2008, after Los Blancos had already won the league.But Barcelona bucked the trend when the two teams met in December, opting against honouring Real’s success in the Club World Cup as Barca argued they had not taken part in the competition.“I’m not the one who decides,” Zidane said on Saturday. “After the Club World Cup, it wasn´t important for them to give us a guard of honour.“They said they weren’t in the competition, but that’s a lie, because you get into the Club World Cup through the Champions League.“They didn’t give us one, so what’s most important is respecting what they have done. They´ve won the double and I respect that, and I congratulate them on that.“But we’re not going to do something for them which they didn’t do for us.”Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde said in December the ‘pasillo’ had “lost its original essence”, adding, “I would not do it and I would not want it to be done to me”.There is a sense in Spain the ceremony has become more about humiliating the defeated team, rather than congratulating the champions.Real may, however, choose to pay tribute to midfielder Andres Iniesta, who will be playing his last Clasico before he leaves Barcelona at the end of the season.“He is a player we admire, he’s not just any player,” Zidane said. “We will wave to him, congratulate him and wish him the best of luck for the future.”This meeting of La Liga´s two most glamorous clubs will have minimal affect on the table, given Barca are unassailable and Real, now concentrating on the Champions League final, are safe inside the top four.But Barca are four games away from finishing their first league season unbeaten while Real may be hoping to maintain momentum ahead of their showpiece clash against Liverpool.Zidane is still likely to rest Raphael Varane and Isco, who are struggling with calf and shoulder injuries respectively. Dani Carvajal also remains out with a hamstring problem.“Give up in the league? Under me it will not happen,” Zidane said.“We have to finish as high as possible and what matters most to me is to prepare for the Champions League final and that is done through our intensity in the matches. I’m convinced of that.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

  • Brett Anderson continues historic streak in A’s win over Angels

    first_imgOAKLAND — For as good as the A’s offense and bullpen might be, the success of this current brutal stretch of 18 straight days with a game hinges on strong outings from a starting rotation that might be considered their only weakness.Mike Fiers and Marco Estrada kicked off the stretch strong with scoreless six innings apiece. Brett Anderson kept the line moving Saturday night.“They all kind of feed off each other,” A’s manager Bob Melvin said. “I know Frankie (Montas) is excited about getting …last_img read more

  • South Africa leads the pack on the African continent ahead of WEF 4IR Affiliate Centre launch

    first_imgThe South African government is delighted to spearhead an affiliate centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR), under the World Economic Forum (WEF) banner. Members of the media and CSIR partners gathered in Pretoria on Tuesday for the C4IR Business Breakfast Consultation ahead of the centre launch, set to take place on the sidelines of WEF Africa, 4 – 6 September 2019.The event created an opportunity for all stakeholders to probe conversation on SA’s state of readiness for the 4IR and also take stock of implementations that need to be put in place. Affiliate centres have already been established in China, Japan and India, with South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Israel next in line.In her address, Minister of Science and Technology, Ms Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane elaborated on how widespread the impact of the 4IR will be: “The technologies associated with the phenomenon of the Fourth Industrial Revolution have already begun reshaping the way we produce goods and services; how we communicate and interact; how we administer health; how we educate the young; and how we do many other things that determine how we live. It is no longer possible to discuss economic development without factoring in the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the economy as whole. Any effort we make as a country to grow our economy will now largely be shaped by how quickly we are able to embrace and master the technologies associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution.”Minister Kubayi-Ngubane further said that as a country, we were spectators of the second and third Industrial Revolutions, but this time around government would like to position South Africa as a forerunner.Head of the WEF 4th Industrial Revolution Network, Dr Murat Sönmez presented a talk on WEF C4IR, highlighting aspects of machine learning and artificial intelligence, the internet of things, robotics, digital trading, data policies and smart cities. “Who gets to benefit from the #4IR? Through affiliate centres like these, we need to come up with policies and protocols that will ensure that the 4IR doesn’t only benefit a select few”, he said.Dr Sönmez also announced that South Africa will have a seat on the WEF C4IR global advisory board.The realisation of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is highly dependent on a reinforced collaboration as the world gears up for global transformation.last_img read more

  • World Bank predicts economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa

    first_imgThe economic outlook for sub-Saharan Africa is cautiously optimistic, according to the World Bank report on African economies, Africa’s Pulse.Africa’s Pulse, the World Bank analysis of African economies, predicts regional growth in sub-Saharan Africa. It was published on 19 April 2017. (Image: Africa’s Pulse)Brand South Africa reporterThe 15th edition of Africa’s Pulse, the World Bank’s biannual analysis of African economies, shows that economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa is rebounding in 2017.“The region is showing signs of recovery, and regional growth is projected to reach 2.6% in 2017,” says the bank. “However, the recovery remains weak, with growth expected to rise only slightly above population growth, a pace that hampers efforts to boost employment and reduce poverty.”The report notes that the continent’s aggregate growth is expected to rise to 3.2% in 2018 and 3.5% in 2019, reflecting a recovery in the largest economies.African economies are showing signs of recovery, but #Africa is not out of the woods yet. – Albert Zeufack, @WorldBank #AfricaSOR— World Bank Africa (@WorldBankAfrica) April 22, 2017Total investment growth in #Africa as of 2010 was 8%, however it was close to 0% in 2015. – Albert Zeufack,@WorldBankAfrica #AfricaSOR pic.twitter.com/9I4ZP1dqOr— World Bank Africa (@WorldBankAfrica) April 22, 2017Optimistic but cautiousAfrica’s largest economies, Nigeria, Angola and South Africa, are rebounding after the sharp slowdown in 2016. But, according to the World Bank, the “recovery has been slow due to insufficient adjustment to low commodity prices and policy uncertainty”.Seven countries — Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Rwanda, Senegal and Tanzania — have shown economic resilience, reveals the data in the report. It is supported by domestic demand, posting annual growth rates above 5.4% in 2015-2017.“These countries house nearly 27% of the region’s population and account for 13% of the region’s total GDP,” says the bank.“As countries move towards fiscal adjustment, we need to protect the right conditions for investment so that sub-Saharan African countries achieve a more robust recovery,” says Albert G Zeufack, the World Bank chief economist for Africa.“We need to implement reforms that increase the productivity of African workers and create a stable macroeconomic environment. Better and more productive jobs are instrumental to tackling poverty on the continent.”The African investment story is not so hard if we get it right, the money will flow – Admassu Tadesse, PTA Bank #AfricaSOR— World Bank Africa (@WorldBankAfrica) April 22, 2017To read the full report, click here.Source: World BankWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

  • 24 days agoKeane: Hard work watching this Man Utd team

    first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Keane: Hard work watching this Man Utd teamby Paul Vegas24 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United legend Roy Keane is having a tough time watching his former side.The Red Devils were unable to maintain their one-goal lead over Arsenal on Monday night, eventually walking away with a point.And Keane says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team is lacking quality.”It’s hard work watching them, but I bet it’s hard work for the players too,” Keane told Sky Sports .”It’s just not happening, but you have to persevere, you have to stick at it, and hopefully things will change.”But they have to get a big result soon, just to give the players a bit of confidence.”He added: “We talk about winning games consistently, we talk about getting momentum into your team.”The effort was there, but there was a real lack of quality. United could have won it 2-0, 3-0, but Arsenal deserve a little bit of credit, they responded well at half time.”But belief, confidence, a combination of those things is needed.”United aren’t cutting teams open, they get the goal really from a counter attack, and that’s where the team are at the moment.” last_img read more

  • 9 hours agoScholes slams Man Utd for Euro win: Zero encouragement

    first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Scholes slams Man Utd for Euro win: Zero encouragementby Paul Vegas9 hours agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United legend Paul Scholes slammed the performance for their 1-0 win over Partizan Belgrade in the Europa League on Thursday.Anthony Martial’s first half penalty was the difference between the sides but the hosts were guilty of squandering several good chances to level.”I think after the Liverpool game there was a little bit of encouragement,” he said to BT Sport. “But then you come back to tonight and it seems very similar to the start of the season. “It’s like a team of strangers, it’s like they’ve never played with each other before. There’s no link between the midfield players and the strikers. The weight of pass at times was so bad. “You want to be encouraged you want to see some bits of good play now and again, a one-two here and there, the number 10 receiving the ball on the half turn, but there’s a lack of encouragement.Phil Jones partnered Harry Maguire at centre-back in Belgrade and struggled as he made just his third start of the season and Scholes was also critical of United’s rearguard and lack of ingenuity. “I think defensively they were quite poor as well tonight,” he added. “Second half there was only one team that looks like scoring. I don’t see anything. A lot of the games they’re going to have the ball but they have to be cleverer.” last_img read more