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  • Case filed against Urban Baron by IPO adjourned.

    first_imgUrban Baron, former DLP Minister. Photo Credit: GIS NewsThe criminal complaints filed by the Integrity in Public Office Commission against Former Dominica Labour Party Minister Urban Baron as a result of his failure to file a declaration to the Commission came up for hearing this morning.According to the Integrity In Public Office Act 2003, Act 6 of 2003 Seciton 16: 1″(1) A person in public life shall, in respect of each income year, file a declaration required under this Act within three months after the end of that income year.”Section 27: 1 of the Act also gives direction as to what action can be taken if public officers fail to file a declaration. “A person who –“(a) without reasonable cause, to furnish to the Commission a declaration or further particulars thereof which he is required to furnish in accordance with this Act; commits an offence, and is liable on summary conviction to a fine of twenty thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term of two years or to both such fine and imprisonment.”The matter has been adjourned as counsel for the Defendant Mr. Julien Prevost was engaged in another matter and therefore could not attend the hearing. Mr. Baron informed the Court that he would not wish the matter to be heard without his lawyer present.Mr. Joseph who represented the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution did not object to the application for adjournment.The matter has been adjourned to the 17th day of October, 2011.Dominica Vibes News 39 Views   no discussions LocalNews Case filed against Urban Baron by IPO adjourned. by: – April 18, 2011 Share Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! Tweet Sharelast_img read more

  • Three Donegal eateries share slice of success in Food Awards

    first_imgA Donegal restaurant, a village gastropub and a local cafe all won top accolades in last night’s Food Awards Ireland.The event is an annual celebration of those who work hard to provide us with delicious dishes and unique experiences when we visit their establishments.Three excellent venues in Donegal celebrated success at the glamorous ceremony: Chandpur Indian Restaurant in Donegal won Best Indian Establishment in Ireland. This is the third year in a row that they have taken home this title, which they will add to their numerous national awards.Chandpur Indian Restaurant at the Food Awards Ireland 2019Mickalene’s Bar in Ardara enjoyed a double win last night by scooping the Ulster Gastro Pub of the Year Award and the Overall title of Ireland’s Gastro Pub of the Year 2019.Mickalene’s Bar at the Food Awards Ireland 2019A popular Donegal cafe was also winning on the double – Thyme Out Cafe and Tearooms in Glenveagh Castle picked up the Cafe/Bistro of the Year Ulster prize and the Cafe/Bistro of the Year Overall in Ireland.The Food Awards Ireland ceremony welcomed over 300 guests at The Crowne Plaza Hotel Dublin Airport on Monday. A Spokesperson for the Food Awards Ireland 2019 said: “We would like to thank the public for making The Food Awards Ireland, the leading celebration of those who thrive in the country’s food sector.“The awards celebrated everything related to food and provided a platform to thank those who have dedicated their whole career in providing us with great gastronomic delights. They also showcased amazing professionals that take our taste buds around the world by serving from Mexican and Italian to Oriental and the best of the East.“We would like to congratulate all winners and finalists for their amazing achievements.” Three Donegal eateries share slice of success in Food Awards was last modified: November 5th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:Chandpur Indian RestaurantMickalene’s Barthyme Out Cafe and Tearooms in Glenveagh Castlelast_img read more

  • The Buckeye Cowboy — Kirby Hidy

    first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest If you have ever been around the Farm Science Review, The Ohio State Fair, The Sale of Champions, The Agriculture Hall of Fame Breakfast, Pork Congress, Power Show or a number of other events around Ohio and saw a salty-haired, mustached man sporting a cowboy hat and a smile, I can almost guarantee  that you met Kirby Hidy.We lost our great friend and co-worker over the weekend and for a man who brought so much life to every conversation he had, it is hard to believe that he is gone. Kirby was in and around Ohio agriculture for decades. He worked at The Ohio Department of Agriculture, The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, WRFD Radio, with me years ago at The ABN, and over the last five years after he and I began working here at The Ohio Ag Net.Kirby was the most simple, yet complex man I have come to know. He didn’t need much. His family and a group of friends he considered family would do.The complexities came from what molded him over time.He was an Ohio boy, who found his love for the cowboy way during the years he lived in Texas. His passions were diverse. He loved horses, The Dallas Mavericks, The Texas Longhorns, wood working, jazz music, disc golf and above all, telling a good story. Some stories he told almost sounded made up from out of the blue. But if you knew Kirby, you knew they were true…with some ad libbed details to add a little color to the picture. What noble cowboy can’t tell a good story?For Kirby, life was all about the people he spent it with. The conversation would most always turn to his wife and three kids and he would beam when he talked about them. He had a way of making every meeting at our conference room table interesting. His wit was so fast sometimes he couldn’t take the toothpick out of his mouth quick enough to get his quip in and make us all laugh out loud.He had a group of friends that he had known for years, some since college, that he would play poker with every month. I can tell you for a fact that it was never about how many chips he was up or down — he was always winning by just being a part of that camaraderie.That is how everyone that came across Kirby Hidy at one time or another should feel. For having met him, we all hit the jackpot. People were the highlight of his life and he most certainly accentuated all of ours.Peace, Love, Dove, Compadre. We will miss you.last_img read more

  • Farmers’ delegation meets U.P. Governor

    first_imgA delegation of Rampur farmers met Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik here on Sunday, urging him to help them get back the “land of farmers” from senior SP leader Azam Khan.The former Uttar Pradesh Minister was named in the FIRs lodged in connection with alleged forcible acquisition of land for the Mohammad Ali Jauhar University, of which he is the founder and Chancellor.In a statement issued here, Congress leader Faisal Khan Lala said: “A 12-member delegation met U.P. Governor Ram Naik and handed over a memorandum to him, informing him that despite being mentioned in the list of land grabbers, Azam Khan was unwilling to leave the land of farmers and poor people.”“Despite a large number of cases registered against him, the police are yet to arrest him,” he added.Governor’s assuranceMr. Lala said the Governor assured the delegation of taking up the matter with the Chief Minister. Family members of those whose land was allegedly grabbed by the Rampur MP were part of the delegation.Recently, Rampur MP Azam Khan’s name was put on an online list of “land mafias” by the district administration.“The name of the Rampur MP has been put on the list of the anti-land mafia portal of the State government after FIRs were lodged against him on land-grabbing charges,” Additional District Magistrate (Administration) J.P. Gupta had said.last_img read more

  • Now or never

    first_imgAir Force earns draw; 2 clubs not joining PPL MOST READ “Good thing, there’s still a Game 7,” he added.And Magnolia hopes to finish what it failed to do when it clashes anew with Rain or Shine on Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsGame time is 6:30 p.m.The Hotshots squandered an opportunity to bundle out the Elasto Painters and missed a chance at affording themselves ample preparation time for another trip to the conference finals where a familiar foe awaits them. DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess But Garcia hopes to use the same ploy he did in Game 6.“During practice, we did not even do viewing. I just told the players to enjoy the game and to keep it simple. And it worked,” he said.“So coming into Game 7, I think we just have to do the same thing,” Garcia added. “I told them that we just have to trust each other and just see what happens.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krausscenter_img LATEST STORIES Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Victolero and the Hotshot also absorbed their first loss that night at Ynares Center—the very arena where they have been undefeated in nearly two years, and the place where they were crowned Governor’s Cup champions last season.But Magnolia has no time to wade through trivia and back stories. The prize for Saturday night’s winner is a shot a dethroning reigning four-time all-Filipino champions San Miguel Beer.“There will be little adjustments for the two teams come game time. It will just boil down [to] who wants it more,” Victolero said.Desire, yes. But Rain or Shine coach Caloy Garcia said Magnolia will come in with a little edge.“Perhaps the difference now is Magnolia, in this situation, probably has the upper hand in experience,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT PBA IMAGESThere was no shortage of answers from head coach Chito Victolero when asked how Magnolia let a golden opportunity slip out of its hands.“They (Rain or Shine) outworked us. They were more aggressive than us. They wanted [the win] more than us,” the Hotshots mentor told reporters on his way out of a 91-81 loss to the Elasto Painters in Game 6 of their PBA Philippine Cup semifinal clash at Ynares Center in Antipolo City late Friday night.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

  • Mouser stocking Infineon’s TLE9250 high-speed CAN transceivers for automotive and industrial

    first_img Continue Reading Previous RECOM: long operation lifetime through single AA battery for SensorTile moduleNext Lanner: scalable 10G NIC modules for performance boost and connectivity enhancement Mouser Electronics is now stocking the TLE9250 high-speed CAN transceivers from Infineon Technologies. Designed for high-speed automotive and industrial Controller Area Network (CAN) systems that connect microcontrollers, sensors, and actuators, the TLE9250 transceiver serves as an interface between the physical bus layer and protocol controller to protect against interferences generated inside the network.The Infineon TLE9250 transceivers are designed to comply with SAE standards J1939 and J2284 and meet current and upcoming ISO 11898-2 physical layer specifications. Featuring high electrostatic discharge (ESD) robustness of ±8 kV (HBM) and ±11 kV (IEC 61000-4-2), the device’s RF immunity makes it suitable for use in automotive and industrial applications without requiring additional protection devices.Based on the high symmetry of CANL and CANH output signals, the TLE9250 transceivers provide low electromagnetic emission (EME) within a wide frequency range. This optimal symmetry also allows the devices to support data rates up to 5 Mbps to meet the CAN Flexible Data Rate protocol. The devices’ low EME allows them to fulfill stringent EMC test limits without the need for an additional common mode choke.Infineon’s RoHS-compliant TLE9250 transceivers are ideal for use inside high-speed CAN networks in automotive applications, including include engine control units, transmission control units, chassis control modules and electric power steering. The devices are also useful in a variety of industrial applications, as output current limitation and overtemperature protection features guard the transceivers from damage in harsh environments.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components last_img read more

  • American Football Star Saves Puppy On Red Carpet

    first_imgProfessional football player and model Dale Moss was spotted at Infolist.com’s pre-Comic-Con Bash on Thursday, July 17 at Skybar at Mondrian Los Angeles in West Hollywood, Calif.Dale Moss Holds Rescued Half Blind Yorkshire Terrier on Pre-Comic-Con Red Carpet in West Hollywood, Calif.Upon stepping onto the red carpet, Moss played superhero when a small, half-blind Yorkshire Terrier somehow wound up in the Comic-Con chaos. Like Superman, Moss swooped in to save the day and picked the puppy up, protecting him from harm and returning him to safety – after taking a few PAWsitively precious photos with the pup, of course!last_img read more

  • Enes Kanter May Be One Of The Last Players To Cash In

    At a glance, Kanter is the kind of young post player whose services teams line up around the block to pay for. The list of big men who snagged at least 15 points and 8 rebounds a game as 22-year-olds, as Kanter did last year, is littered with Hall of Famers, to say nothing of players whose numbers Kanter matched (18.7 PPG, 11.0 RPG) after a midseason trade to the Thunder. Decades ago, Kanter would have been seen as one of the league’s rising stars.Today, though, players are judged on their advanced metrics in addition to per-game averages and the eye test. And few players benefit less from this development than Kanter.Granted, it doesn’t take supercharged data to suspect Kanter of playing poor defense. He has a reputation for ineptitude at that end of the floor, and his block totals are routinely anemic. But defense is also a complex area of the game that statistics have traditionally been ill-equipped to measure accurately. And without reliable data, defensive deficiencies were easy to deny or downplay as more opinion than fact.Modern advanced stats, though, help quantify the defensive inadequacies of players such as Kanter with far greater precision than was previously possible. Without Real Plus-Minus (RPM), for instance, you wouldn’t know that Kanter had the worst on-court defensive influence of any center last season. And without SportVU player tracking data, you wouldn’t know Kanter allowed the highest field goal percentage at the rim of any qualified1Minimum 500 minutes played. big man a year ago. The recent advent of deeper NBA data has made it tougher for poor defenders to hide their shortcomings.Surprisingly (at least to me), Kanter’s offense also suffers on the sabermetric front: He doesn’t appear to help his teams score as efficiently as would be expected from his basic statistics. Only a few players have scored as much, and with as much efficiency,2As respectively measured by usage rate and true shooting percentage. as Kanter has over the past three seasons, but it doesn’t seem to matter. During Kanter’s career, his teams have scored 1.5 fewer points per 100 possessions with him on the floor than without, and — perhaps not coincidentally — he had the second-worst offensive Box Plus/Minus (BPM) of any player in the aforementioned group, and the fifth-worst offensive RPM.The single most important component of a player’s on-court offensive influence3As measured by offensive RPM. is scoring efficiency, and that’s not a trouble spot for Kanter. But even more important (when taken collectively) are a player’s assist rate and his ability to get to the line and to take 3-point shots, and Kanter sets the team back in both areas.That may not seem important because Kanter is still personally scoring points, but basketball is a tricky sport that way. The fascinating thing that happens when you search for links between component categories and overall offensive performance is that unexpected relationships fall out of the data. A player’s passing can amplify (or diminish) the potency of the threat his scoring talent represents; his ability to stretch the floor or collapse defenses into the paint can open up opportunities for teammates. Kanter’s own numbers might not be affected, but his weaknesses show up in his team’s rates of shooting efficiency, turnovers and, ultimately, offensive success.The idea of players being hollow stat-stuffers is hardly new, but the ability to quantify it with enough certainty to resist the lure of the potential “20 and 10” guy4Kanter averaged 19.6 points and 11.3 rebounds per 36 minutes last season. at the negotiating table is a novel development. Too novel, in fact, since OKC did eventually cave and match Portland’s offer to Kanter, putting the Thunder above the luxury-tax line they’d traded James Harden to avoid less than three years earlier. But if the rapid acceptance of advanced metrics is any indication, Kanter might be one of the last of his kind.In other words, don’t be surprised if the days of a player cashing in on hollow numbers are, well, numbered. In the history of NBA free agency, there have been worse moves — particularly when you consider the crazy money that teams have shelled out to big men over the years. And through a certain prism (one that used to be the norm not so long ago), it even seems perfectly reasonable. But the Oklahoma City Thunder’s decision to match Portland’s maximum-level ($70 million) offer sheet to center Enes Kanter received mostly scorn from the Internet after it was announced late Sunday. read more

  • Womens Lacrosse Ohio State and Detroit Mercy both looking for bounceback wins

    Ohio State then-freshman goalie Jillian Rizzo saves a shot against Vermont Credit: Walt Middleton – Courtesy of OSU AthleticsComing off a loss in its season opener, the Ohio State women’s lacrosse team has an opportunity to bounce back in its home debut against Detroit Mercy at 7 p.m. Friday. Ohio State (0-1) fell to No. 10 Navy in a 9-7 road loss its last time out, while the Titans (0-1) were suffered a 21-2 loss to No. 11 Northwestern to open their season. Detroit Mercy was picked to finish fourth in the Southern Conference by the conference’s coaches prior to the season and had the most players picked to the preseason all-conference team.Despite her team’s loss, Ohio State head coach Alexis Venechanos said the team looks strong defensively. “Playing Navy early in the season, I think we were able to kind of see [the areas] that we’re strong in,” Venechanos said. “We feel like right now we did a good job of competing and I feel like defensively we did well.” Leading the defense is sophomore goalie Jillian Rizzo, who had a career-high 17 saves against Navy and held the Midshipmen to a 21-minute scoring drought. Her coach praised her as being one of the main reasons the team stayed in the game against Navy.Rizzo, the only captain who isn’t a senior, has had a positive impact on the team in both games and practice. “She has so much love for her sport, so much confidence and so much joy,” Venechanos said. “She brings it every day at practice, she works hard, and it’s exciting to see her perform like that on the field and her teammates respond so well to her.”Offensively, the Buckeyes look to capitalize behind senior attacker Molly Wood, junior midfielder Baley Parrott and sophomore midfielder Liza Hernandez. Venechanos said the team relies on the trio to be the catalysts for the team’s offense in its upcoming matchup.Hernandez and Parrott led the team in goals against Navy with two each. The collaborative effort provided a triple-threat offense against the Midshipmen. “Molly had some great draw controls. Baley I felt like was the fastest kid on the field … and then Liza was Liza, doing her thing on attack,” Venechanos said. “We’re going to need those performances and also a few more on attack this weekend for sure. “The team is looking to improve by taking advantage of big playmaking opportunities when presented with them. “We’re mindful that we have to execute even though we compete,” Venechanos said. “We talked about that as finishing the play, capitalizing on the shots, capitalizing the ground ball [and] the clears.”The Buckeyes host the Titans at 7 p.m. Friday. read more

  • Gallery Mens Basketball vs Penn State

    Ohio State junior forward Andre Wesson (24) takes a shot in the first half of the game against Penn State on Feb. 7. Ohio State won 74-70. Credit: Ethan Clewell | Senior Lantern Reporter The Ohio State Men’s Basketball team beat Penn State 74-70 at the Schottenstein Center on Feb. 7. Photos by Ethan Clewell