Bodene Thompson has been named in the second row after playing only the first half against the Titans. Warriors head coach Stephen Kearney brought James Gavet off the bench to start last weekend but he has again listed Charlie Gubb as veteran prop Jacob Lillyman’s starting front-row partner.The extended bench comprises the same eight players selected last week.Read more at warriors.kiwiWarriors1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c)2 Blake Ayshford3 David Fusitua4 Solomone Kata5 Ken Maumalo6 Kieran Foran7 Shaun Johnson8 Charlie Gubb9 Issac Luke10 Jacob Lillyman11 Bodene Thompson12 Ryan Hoffman13 Simon ManneringInterchange:14 Nathaniel Roache15 James Gavet16 Samuel Lisone17 Liligiifo SaoReserves:18 Albert Vete20 Bunty Afoa21 Mafoa’aeata Hingano22 Mason Lino
For example, although tomato is recommended to be introduced at lunch or dinner, at breakfast it is totally inadvisable. The reason is none other than the tannic acid they contain, which makes digestion very difficult early in the morning. A similar example is that of carbonated drinks. We know that it is difficult to add a CocaCola or Pepsi for breakfast, but for tastes, colors. The symptoms are similar, and not only that, but also a more bloated stomach and even gases are added. Nothing advisable when it comes to going to work. Candies are one of the classic elements when we have friends at home or go to the movies. If you have been left over from last night and you meet them when you get up, run away. Not only can they cause serious health problems for all those diagnosed with diabetes, but also the body is not able to secrete the amount of insulin needed when the stomach is empty in the morning. Introducing a yogurt when you wake up can be a tempting option. These types of products generally fit into any diet due to their wide variety, but the truth is that they are not recommended at first time. The reason? Similar to that seen with tomato, its high acid content, in this case lactic. Although it is recommended for people, it is better to enjoy yogurt after lunch or at night. Fruit is one of those delicacies that we should never do without, either during the afternoon or even at breakfast. Of course, there are certain types of fruits that we should avoid first thing. One of the most prominent is the pear. Although it has a high water content, due to the high percentages of fiber, the pear can cause a few gut pains if we introduce it for breakfast. Whether on a diet or not, we are always advised to make a relatively strong breakfast. There is nothing like starting the day with force and therefore with a full stomach. Of course, beyond the classic breakfast of coffee accompanied by toast, cereals or other types of food, we must take into account choices that we should never add if we do not want to have a bad morning. There are certain foods that you should not introduce at breakfastChoosing food well can prevent stomach aches Image: iStock
The level of the Brazilian is not returning to be the one that dazzled in Liverpool, his price is falling and he is already at 70 million euros, less than half of the 145 that the Catalans paid to the whole of Merseyside. The probability that in June Barça will see a player with a plummeting value and that he will have to go to a sale to recover what he can seems high. Real Madrid affectedReal Madrid is having a difficult season (second in the League, complicated eighth of the Champions League, eliminated in the Cup) in which some players are changing their status or are not playing the role that was expected. Thus, in addition to Hazard, three more enter this top-10: Vinicius, Gareth Bale and Luka Jovic.The Brazilian is struggling to earn minutes with Zinedine Zidane although in this final stretch he participated in two of the most important games of the season: against Barcelona and against Manchester City. The Brazilian came to be valued at 70 million and has dropped to 50. Before football slowed down due to the coronavirus, several of the players’ campaigns were proving difficult: Eden Hazard and Ousmane Dembélé missed many games due to injury also Marco Asensio, who continues with his recovery. Others were not finding their best level or counting for their current coach such as Vinicus, Gareth Bale, Jovic, Kepa …His performance influences the green and also in its market value, where several figures have seen how its price has fallen in recent months.Eden Hazard has been the one that has lost the most in terms of quantity: 50 million euros. The Belgian arrived in August in exchange for 100 million and was valued at 150 but, after several injuries that have prevented him from showing his best level continuously, his value has fallen to 33.3%, returning to the price I bought the real Madrid. An operation that goes from advantageous (buy below the market price) to the fair price. The second was Ousmane Dembélé, with a drop from 100 million euros to 70. The Frenchman has been damaged by various injuries to his thigh and a level of play that did not come close to what was expected in just 492 minutes in nine games. Gallic, who gave up the Euro Cup, will do well with this postponement to try to earn his place on Deschamps’ list of 23 for the summer of 2021.The one who closes this podium, Neymar, has only lost 11%, an expected fall due to his 28 years and a new year in France in which he has been affected by injuries, although this time he did play and win in the knockout stages of the Champions League.The Coutinho CaseCoutinho appears as one of the victims on that list and the worst, the Brazilian is going to stay in limbo. Loaned by Barcelona at Bayern, it is not clear to the Bavarians that he is a player worth exercising the purchase option. China deals, injuries, controversies and ostracism. Gareth Bale has lost 33.3% in value so far this season in which he knows he does not count for Zidane, who continues to have problems with injuries and whose performance on the field has also not been expected for a player of his level. The Welshman falls to 40 million, far from the more than 100 he cost in 2013.Luka Jovic is also on the sale list. The Serbian gunship that the Whites signed from Eintracht Frankfurt is not able to find the same network in Madrid. A difficult first year of adaptation and with only two goals they make him lose 20 million euros out of the 60, a price that Real Madrid set with his purchase. Now, Naples asks about his situation for the coming season. Miranda and Mandzukic, two crashesThe marches to Chinese football and the Qatari of two former Atlético de Madrid, Joao Miranda and Mario Mandzukic, have caused their market value to collapse more than 70%.Joao Miranda left Inter to sign for Jiangsu Suning with the letter of freedom and its value fell from 3.50 million this July to the current € 750,000, 78.6%. The Croatian also ended a contract with Juventus and decided to leave European football for the first time in his career to test in Qatar. Its value falls to 5 million when it was at 18, that is, 72.2% less.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has commended the authorities at Ministry of Education (MOE) for taking a bold step in initiating a two-day Round Table Conference to foster a shared-vision for quality education in Liberia.She said the process will ensure that stakeholders feel consulted to guide Liberia towards developing a greater understanding of the challenges in education and the difficult decisions that need to be taken in a resource-constrained environment. According to an Executive Mansion release, President Sirleaf was speaking on Thursday when she delivered the keynote address at the Education Round Table gathering at the Monrovia City Hall in Monrovia. “Our target is to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4; intended to allocate limited resources to ensure that as many Liberian children as possible get quality education,” the President said. She expressed gratitude to all the stakeholders in pursuit of quality education for showing commitment to the education of Liberian children and acknowledged progress made but noted that much more needs to be done. The President also assured her continued commitment to improve education; realizing that educating each generation of children is the only way Liberia can govern and manage its resources effectively, develop the next generation of businesses and national leaders, and enable every child to achieve their full potential. She mentioned some her initial decisions as President, targeted at increased access to education for girls and abolishing payment of school fees for basic education in all public schools. President Sirleaf said she is proud that with increased access, enrollment has now reached 1.5 million students. Statistically, there are 800,000 boys in school and almost 725,000 girls; while the number of schools has increased from under four thousand to about 5000 where 500 of these are public schools.She said her administration’s highest impact of intervention throughout the education system is to improve the quality of teaching, which to date is around 16,000 teachers, even though in order to get to 50 students per teacher, Liberia will need 23,000 teachers in the next few years.Sadly, President Sirleaf said more than a third of the country’s current teachers are still on supplementary payroll, “A post-conflict, temporary payment system that we have just managed to remove in the health sector, which continues to plague our education sector.”President Sirleaf said teachers’ take home pay steadily improved from L$7,000 per month, to a minimum of L$12,000 for regular payroll or L$30,000 for graduates; as this is not sufficient to attract the best graduates for the next generation.Mathematically, “this would mean – our budget would have to be $65.4 million for teachers’ payroll alone although our entire education budget is $44m.”She said funding for TVET and tertiary education has rapidly increased to 47 percent of the total education budget; echoing that Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) and tertiary education students get about US$332 per head plus the equipment needed as opposed to US$45 per head at primary and secondary levels. The President said her administration intends to put in place irreversible systems that hold teachers, schools, CEOs, DEOs, parents, community leaders, and school boards accountable – thus ensuring that schools are effectively monitored. She clarified that partnership schools are pilot-driven initiatives that seek to improve or accelerate learning outcomes, adding: “If they work, we can expand the successful models while we continue to work, in parallel, on paying all teachers and training them.” Madam Sirleaf said the initiative is also intended to rebrand TVET to ensure that those who graduate are able to find employment or a regular income spanning from six months, one year and two years after graduating. She stressed the need to create an agreed challenge given that literacy is the foundation of all learning. “By 2021, we must ensure that 90 percent of children at grade six can read and are on par with internationally benchmarked standards,” she said.According to President Sirleaf, “our country can only achieve this through huge leap forward and by working together.” She called for joint efforts to face the real challenges in taking tough decisions, allocating limited resources, trying new approaches to see what work in Liberia, and ensuring that “we prepare the future national and business leaders of Liberia, who are now boys and girls to take us to prosperity.”Earlier, in his welcome remarks and overview, Education Minister, George Werner said Liberia’s educational system has had problems since April 14, 1979 Rice Riot, prior to the April 12, 1980 Coup d’état, which saw the overthrow of President Tolbert, the October 1985 disputed General and Presidential elections (NDPL), the November 1985 invasion; the December 1990 War and ECOMOG intervention.He pointed out that there is need for the sustainable development goal for a radical approach in the country’s educational sector. The conference was attended by Senator Albert Chea of Grand Kru County, local and international educational stakeholders, District Education Officers, school administrators, civil society groups, among others.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Babyeye Taylor at his graduation Musicians strive to adjust their personal lives around the everyday racket of trying to stay on top of their career as entertainers, therefore ‘further education’ sometimes gets pushed back while the worry of ‘making it in the industry’ comes first.Toying with fancy cars, big houses, unlimited clothes, sex, drugs, excitement and making money from massive concerts seem to be what the industry is all about, but it’s not.BabyEye Taylor, better known as BabyEye and the hitmaker behind the song ‘Rih Rih’ proved the significance of higher learning when he received his degree from the North Carolina A&T University on May 13, Class of 2017.Although he has made music in the past couple of years, his breakthrough in the Liberian market came months ago when he released his exciting collaboration,’ Rih Rih’ alongside one of America’s leading rappers, Lil Scrappy.For BabyEye, education will enable him to become greater and with that in mind, he graduated at the top of his class with a degree in psychology, making Liberia, his family, friends and fans proud.“On behalf of the staff of the University Registry, you have been named to the Dean’s list for the Spring of 2017 semester,” his citation read.BabyEye’s successful attainment of the Dean’s list, is a significant achievement that can only be obtained if one earns 12 or more credits, receives no F or I grades and gets a semester grade point average of 3.0 or higher.“The journey was stressful, a lot of sleepless nights and trouble balancing study and being in the studio. With God nothing is impossible. Thank you for a great experience,” BabyEye posted on FaceBook as he walked the aisle.According to BabyEye, Liberia birthed him while Durham raised him and for North Carolina A&T State University, “they educated me. Momma I made it,” he stated.North Carolina A&T, with an enrollment of over 10,000 students, is the largest historically black university in the U.S. According to the U.S. News & World Report, the university was ranked 10th nationally among historically black institutions, and 2nd among public historically black institutions.The Key note speaker during the graduation ceremony was Mohammed Ali’s youngest daughter, Laila Ali.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) – Advertisement –
A Fort St. John person arrested in connection with Project Salvo still hasn’t been charged. On Wednesday March 25th, The Fort St. John RCMP executed a search warrant following guidance from the National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre. The Child Exploitation Centre is leading the nation wide investigation. The regional spokesperson said the investigation continues and the name of the person will not be released until formal charges have been laid. They expect to start laying charges in the coming weeks. Over 50 suspects have been arrested across the country, in what’s being called Canada’s largest-ever co-ordinated investigation into Internet-based child sex abuse. – Advertisement -Officers from the RCMP worked with 35 other police departments from coast to coast, in this investigation of child-exploitation, and police say more arrests are pending.
The BC Hydro website in a revised estimate has confirmed, at about 4.43 this morning, 128 Fort St. John customers were left without service.It also expanded the impact area to South of 103A avenue and North of 100th avenue, between 90th and 88th streets.It still did not list a cause for the service disruption, but given that it disappeared from the website list of hydro outages shortly after 7.30, it is now assumed that service has been restored. – Advertisement –
Graziano Pelle scored twice against Spurs Southampton will rue their missed chances after Tottenham denied them three valuable points in an entertaining 2-2 draw at St Mary’s.A win would have put them five points behind fourth placed Man City, but poor finishing appears to have finally ended dreams of a top four finish.Manager Ronald Koeman claimed last week winning all of their remaining fixtures would have given the Saints a chance of qualifying for the Champions League.But despite leading Tottenham twice, the visitors fought back to earn a point as the two teams now battle it out for a Europa League spot.The game did not really get going until the 25th minute when goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, back after missing three games through injury, was forced into action by Morgan Schneiderlin.Lloris dived low to keep his fellow Frenchman’s effort out as he displayed the agility that has made him so important to Spurs.However, he was eventually beaten by Graziano Pelle after calamitous defending from Spurs allowed the striker in to score his 14th goal of the season.Regaining possession following a Sadio Mane break, Ryan Mason lost control of the ball on the edge of the Tottenham area and hesitation from Ben Davies, who was supposed to be covering the danger, saw Pelle poke the ball beyond Lloris.Before half-time, though, Tottenham were level with their first chance of the game.Eric Dier crossed to Erik Lamela, who appeared to guide the ball past Kelvin Davis with his head, though replays showed the ball came off his arm.Southampton should have been ahead early in the second half through Steven Davis, who found space inside the Spurs penalty box, but somehow dragged his shot wide and leaving manager Koeman with his head in his hands on the bench.It was clear a goal was coming and in the end it was Pelle, who restored Southampton’s lead, rising above Federico Fazio to power his side into the lead.It was a deserved goal, but minutes later a wonderful through ball from Dier to Nacer Chadli pulled Spurs level in a topsy-turvey 45 minutes, with the winger smashing the ball across Davis into the corner of the net.Southampton pressed for a winner and were unlucky not to end the game as victors when Jose Fonte headed narrowly over in the seventh minute of stoppage time, a result of Ben Davies’ lengthy treatment for what looked like a dislocated shoulder.Mauricio Pochettino, who was naturally booed by the home support every time he left his seat on the Spurs bench, will have been the happier manager. 1
NORTH WEST 10K WEATHER:(Get registered today, Saturday, if you can – between 2pm and 6pm at the Letterkenny Athletics Club ground’s offices situated next door to the Community Centre.)RACE DAY WEATHER: The early morning will start off foggy with lows of around 5C. The fog will lift by mid-morning and the day should be mostly cloudy but with some spells of hazy sunshine. Somewhat warmer with highs near 14 or 15 C on average. Light southerly winds. There is a risk of a very light shower – might help to cool you all down. Thanks in advance to everyone for supporting such great causes. NORTH WEST 10K: MILD WEATHER EXPECTED FOR WALK/RUN was last modified: May 4th, 2013 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) Tags:NORTH WEST 10K: MILD WEATHER EXPECTED FOR WALK/RUN
Stranorlar Electoral Area Fine Gael election candidate Bert Galbraith pictured with family members, Isobel Galbraith, Ruth Crawford, David Crawford. Front from left: Lauren Crawford, Aaron, Rachael and Stuart Crawford.Well-known East Donegal businessman and farmer, Bert Galbraith, who is standing for election in the Stranorlar Electoral area, says he wants to see the area transformed after years of neglect.The beef and sheep farmer who also runs his own successful construction business, told the huge crowd who attended his campaign launch on Friday night that he had given it careful consideration before he decided to allow his name to go forward as a Fine Gael candidate.The large attendance who turned up for the St. Johnston man’s launch in Maggie’s Tavern, heard him say that he believes many people are desperate for a change in the representation they have at council level. For Bert Galbraith’s wife Ita O’Sullivan a number one vote for Bert would be the icing on the cake!“Over the last number of years I have heard people say time and again that we need an alternative to the representatives in the council chamber – and now is their chance to make that change. I am asking people to vote for me, so that working together, we can work to transform this region.”The local election candidate suggested that the Stranorlar electoral area is one of huge potential, but he maintained, it has been badly overlooked in terms of bringing that to fruition.“The part of Donegal where I live was decimated by unemployment when the textiles industry closed down. Places like Raphoe and Convoy, Lifford and St. Johnston have never really recovered from that. Farmers have been hit time and again by regulations and red-tape and then to make matters worse there has been a collapse in the prices for bull beef and potatoes since Christmas leaving farmers suffering severe losses.“The people of this area know that if they want anybody at national level to listen, they need strong voices at local level to speak up for them.” It is for those reasons that the local farmer and businessman decided he would let his name go forward at the local elections and – with both Minister Dinny McGinley and Deputy Joe McHugh in attendance at his launch as well as candidates Martin Harley and Jimmy Kavanagh – Mr. Galbraith said he believes he can be the strong local voice the people of the area have been craving.“I am a hard-worker and not only am I aware of the issues facing the people of the area, I am also a man who knows how to get things done – how to deliver results – and I honestly believe that is what the people of this area have been looking for.”The father of two says he wants his children to grow up in a region that reaches its enormous potential, and he said he said that’s a vision shared by many people in the area.“I want my children, and everyone else’s children, to have even better opportunities for learning. I want all our people of working age to be able to find work in good jobs or build and grow their own businesses. I want to see our beautiful natural environment and heritage protected. I want everyone to feel safe and secure from crime. I want to see better health services for everyone.“I want to our farmers to see just returns for their hard work and produce and to see their quality local produce, like for instance, quality Donegal beef marketed to a wider audience under a single brand. This is my vision and I know many people share it.” “My focus is on the development of jobs, agriculture, infrastructure and community and it is because I know I would work tirelessly for the people of the Stranorlar Electoral Area that I have put myself forward as a Fine Gael candidate,” he concluded.FARMER AND BUSINESSMAN BERT WANTS EAST DONEGAL TO THRIVE AGAIN was last modified: March 13th, 2014 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)Tags:Bert GalbreithElectionsFine GaelRaphoe