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first_imgThey take on Gigira Laitepo United FC at 3pm today at Bisini Soccer Grounds in Port Moresby in round six of the NSL competition.Hekari remains unbeaten in the southern conference on 15 points after round five while rival Gigira Laitepo has five points on the ladder.The minor premiers will be banking on skipper and national representative David Muta to lead them to victory and the strong attack of Koriak Upaiga, Papalau Awele and Erickson Komeng.Newcomer Gigira has top players July Elijah, Ian Yanum and Moses Arisim to keep them on track.In yesterday’s results, PKA Rapatona FC defeated Erema Gulf FC 3-1 and FC Port Moresby thrashed Huawei PS United FC 6-0.For the northern conference, Madang FC thrashed Besta PNG United FC 3-0 while Welgris Morobe United drew with Admiralty FC 1-1 at the Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium in Lae.Up in Goroka, the home team lost to champions Lae City Dwellers 4-0 at the National Sports Institute.last_img read more

first_imgThe head of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN), Commissioner Lemuel Reeves, Monday, April 14, traveled to Lofa County to visit “every functioning border,” in that county.Speaking to our reporter in an exclusive interview at his BIN office last Tuesday, April 8, Commissioner Reeves explained that they were working closely with the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare to protect the public; especially around the border regions where the current Ebola virus outbreak in the country began.According to him, “there will be two border visitation teams; one will leave for the Southeastern region, and I will take the other team to Lofa where we will inspect those borders and come up with recommendations for the Health Ministry in the fight against this [Ebola] virus.”He expressed his opinion that closing the borders would not solve the problem of the virus being spread and added “We are working with the MOH and our other partners to protect the country against the spread of the virus while keeping the borders safe.”Mr. Reeves said BIN officers at various borders have received protective gear from the Health Ministry.He said that the country’s borders were very porous, with an unofficial estimate of over 130 illegal pathways being used by people from neighboring countries.“The visits to the various borders in the region are important because we need to know what is happening in those areas and what major things we can work on to stop the Ebola virus from spreading,” The Commissioner explained.According to him, BIN has been working closely with chiefs, villagers, and other community residents to protect the unofficial routes of entry into the country. He said that some villagers have been able to notify officers at the borders about illegal crossings taking place. As a result of this, measures have been put in place to watch the borders effectively.The Commissioner commended all of BIN’s partners, including the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). He also commended the GoL, through the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, for ensuring that BIN is capacitated to protect the borders of Liberia and its people.“We have a total of 176 borders guarded by Liberian security personnel. Last year only 36 were fully operational, and we added an additional nine to increase it to 45. We are making sure we add 15 every year so the number will be gradually increased by 2017,” he stated.Commissioner Reeves said the BIN was low on vehicles to run its many operations on the borders of the country.“We managed to get some bikes through the office of the Vice President of Liberia, Joseph N. Boakai, in 2010. These vehicles are no longer in good condition, and we still have to carry out regular border patrols to ensure the best protection for the nation,” he concluded.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgThe Fort St. John RCMP are looking for your help after two ATV’s and a flat deck trailer were stolen.On May 26th between 1:30pm and 2:30pm a small black flat deck trailer was stolen from the 9600 block of 102nd ave.The trailer is hand built and on it were two four wheel all terrain vehicles.  One was a red 2007 Honda EX400 and the other a blue Yamaha Raptor, 700cc.  The trailer was locked up at the time of the theft.- Advertisement -The RCMP is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect and location the vehicles.If you have any information about this incident, please contact the RCMP at 250-787-8140 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.crimestoppersfsj.calast_img

first_imgNEW YORK – Fallon Rechnitz set her video-capable digital camera on a stack of books. She then hit the record button and spoke for about 30 seconds, instantly producing a video resume she plans to send to potential employers. Rechnitz is at the forefront in the hunt for employment. Video-resume services are only starting to emerge on the Internet, and the 22-year-old Arizona State senior thinks the visuals can give her a leg up after graduating this month. “I feel like my personality is what really seals the deal, and if they can see my personality I’d get a better chance of getting the job,” said Rechnitz, who is applying for news positions with television stations in Arizona. On-camera skills over paper products The job search has come a long way since the days of printing resumes on high-quality, linen paper and stuffing them in matching envelopes. Employers typically accept electronic versions of traditional resumes these days – many now require them – while incorporating their own research of applicants’ social-networking personal profiles. “You lose a little bit of formality. You as a candidate lose some of the distinction you might have had from a resume that looked good and matched well,” said Brad Karsh, author of “Confessions of a Recruiting Director.” So to stand out, some job seekers are now turning to online services such as and, or posting their clips on a video-sharing site such as Google Inc.’s YouTube. No longer limited to mailing video on tape or a CD, they are e-mailing links to employers directly or adding them to traditional resumes. Kevin Epps, 49, said he was getting interviews for more senior positions after posting his video resume late last year. (None turned into job offers, but in a twist the Las Vegas company that produced the video, Harrington Reed Inc., wound up hiring him.) Some video resumes, like Rechnitz’s, show a candidate speaking directly to a camera, while others are mock interviews. Some blend in visuals of related work or extracurriculars such as playing the piano. Seeing candidate before interview call Many employers welcome the chance to see a candidate before committing to an interview. Laurine Sargent said she wished she had video clips to accompany the roughly 60 applications she received for a recent opening at her Phoenix-based real-estate company. “After a while, (resumes) would become hypnotic,” she said. “Everybody today knows to say the right things they know employers are looking for.” She said she invited a dozen candidates for interviews and might have cut that in half had she seen their presentation skills ahead of them. Others, however, remain skeptical, worried about the time it would take to view all the video and the potential for discrimination based on race, age and other factors that wouldn’t be apparent strictly from a traditional resume. “Employers have told me for years that they will throw a resume in the trash if it has a picture attached or included,” said Shirley Rasberry, the career-services director at Texas Christian University’s business school. “They want to be sure there is no chance of being accused of any kind of discrimination. So a video resume would have the same effect.” Job-seekers also open themselves to looking stupid, and not just by choosing weird or inappropriate e-mail addresses. “It’s almost like handing a job candidate a loaded gun,” said Scott Erker, a senior vice president at the human-resources consulting company Development Dimensions International. “You can be quite casual when in fact you want to make sure you’re tops in professionalism.” Like an audition on reality TV He said many video resumes come across as auditions for “American Idol.” Because the concept is relatively new, he said, applicants don’t have good role models and turn to what they see on television for inspiration. Job seeker Aleksey Vayner was widely mocked last year when his seven-minute video resume was widely circulated online. It shows footage in which he claims to lift 495pounds in weights, serve a tennis ball at 140mph, ski as a national qualifier and break a stack of seven bricks with his hands. He was seeking a job in investment banking. Patricia O’Keefe, assistant career director at the University of Denver, said neither employers nor students have brought up video resumes, and the university hasn’t been pushing them. She favors waiting until employers resolve any issues related to discrimination. Tyler Redford, chief executive of ResumeBook, acknowledged that employers and career centers have been skeptical, and fewer than a third of its users have posted a video resume, even though it is a core feature. But Redford and other supporters think discrimination could occur at the interview stage even without video resumes, so that alone should not deter job seekers. Confidence-booster or a time-saver As for concerns about the time it takes to view all the video, “it’s a matter of where you work it into the process,” Redford said. Employers could save time overall, he said, by reviewing video before asking the finalists to travel for interviews. Even if an employer never sees it, producing a video resume could help a job candidate prepare for the interview and boost self-confidence, said Tim Apolito, a University of Dayton instructor who has been helping criminal justice students prepare video resumes long before YouTube and the online services came around. Some advocates think video resumes may make sense in certain fields such as broadcasting, marketing and theater – the ones where job seekers are already asked to send in portfolios of past work. Unlike a portfolio, though, a video resume merely shows how one performs in front of a camera. `More of a marketing piece,’ expert says “A resume is really a marketing piece but not necessarily showing the scope of your work,” said Julia Overton-Healy, director of Mansfield University’s career center. Nick Murphy, operations manager with WorkBlast LLC, said video resumes aren’t meant to replace other job-search tools, nor are they limited to professions in which employers deal directly with the public. “Even people who are hiring software coders, (they) are going to sit in a cubicle somewhere,” he said. “It’s an opportunity to learn a great deal about people and their personality and their potential with the company.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

first_imgSome of the projects in the area that create or could create emissions are three proposed LNG terminals, an existing aluminium smelter, a proposed oil refinery, gas turbine powered electrical generation facilities and a crude oil export facility. Specifically, the study will focus on sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide emissions.In a release, Rich Coleman, Minister of Natural Gas Development, says “British Columbia is an environmental leader and we are taking the steps necessary to keep that title. This study will ensure our airshed plan for Kitimat is comprehensive, so the quality of life in the area is upheld while jobs and economic prospects increase as a result of LNG and industrial development.”The study will examine the effect of emissions on water and soil, vegetation, and human health from direct exposure. A Request for Proposals to conduct the study will be issued for the work and the successful proponent will be required to complete the study and submit a final report to the B.C. Government by March 31 of next year.- Advertisement –last_img read more

first_img“I see a lot of moms and dads on Facebook talking about the amount of work that the CDC has done for their kids,” Mayor Lori Ackerman said before the proclamation was made. “The ability for a parent to come to you with their child and just have an assessment done or whatever it takes, regardless of the news, it settles their hearts when they’re no longer dealing with the unknown.”Executive Director of the CDC Penny Gagnon says this year’s addition of 80 seats is just the beginning of a much larger expansion.“Our numbers keep rising, as you all know, and with some of the recent announcements and the economic growth in Fort St. John, we’re expecting sort of another surge of families needing help who will be accessing the Child Development Centre,” Gagnon says.- Advertisement -The CDC is hosting another talent show on March 6, 2015 at the North Peace Cutural Centre. Their hope is to raise $100,000 in support of the continued cost associated with Project-Build-a-Fort and the development of future initiatives.The CDC was established in Fort St. John in 1973 and is celebrating its 41st anniversary this year.last_img read more

first_imgThis letter confirms that the Commissioner of Competition does not intend to challenge the proposed acquisition by Pembina of Kinder Morgan Canada’s outstanding common equity, by way of a statutory arrangement under the Business Corporations Act. Calgary-based Pembina Pipeline Corporation is a transportation and midstream service provider that has been serving North America’s energy industry for 65 years. Pembina owns an integrated system of pipelines that transport various hydrocarbon liquids and natural gas products produced primarily in western Canada.Advertisement The receipt of the ‘no-action letter’ satisfies the last material regulatory condition necessary for the completion of the Arrangement. The Arrangement is now expected to close in December 2019, subject to the approval of the Arrangement by the holders of Kinder Morgan. – Advertisement -A special meeting is to be held on Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 for Canada’s restricted voting shares and special voting shares. The receipt of the final order of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta is scheduled for the same date, the concurrent completion of the sale of the U.S.-regulated Cochin pipeline system from Kinder Morgan, Inc. to Pembina. center_img CALGARY, AB – Pembina Pipeline Corporation announced that it and Kinder Morgan Canada Limited have received a ‘no-action letter’ from the Canadian Competition Bureau. Further information regarding the Arrangement is provided in the management information circular and a proxy statement of Kinder Morgan Canada dated November 4, 2019.last_img read more

first_imgBy The Associated Press SOLANA BEACH – A car theft suspect led California Highway Patrol officers on a wild chase by car and foot that left traffic snarled for hours, a Mercedes-Benz in flames and a suspect bitten by a sheriff’s dog, authorities said. Officers saw the Mercedes speeding on southbound Interstate 5 on Saturday morning in northern San Diego County. They gave chase, but the driver refused to pull over, CHP officer Tom Kerns said. They learned during the chase that the Mercedes had been reported stolen from Orange County on Thursday. Officers on three motorcycles and in three cars chased the man, who reached speeds of 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! 120 mph and clipped a pickup truck, Kerns said. Construction workers dived for cover as the driver ran the car into a building area in the freeway’s median. The car then burst into flames, Kerns said. The man fled through freeway traffic on foot, jumped a fence and ran into a house near the freeway. The CHP officers left their cars and ran after him. The Highway Patrol lost the man once he entered the house, and sheriff’s deputies were called in along with dogs, one of which found the man and bit him on the shoulder before he was arrested, Kerns said. He was taken to a hospital and then booked into jail. Authorities said no one was injured in the chase.last_img read more

first_img1 Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp Jurgen Klopp has described the start to his Liverpool reign as ‘intense but fun’ as prepares to take charge of his 50th Reds game.The German brings up his half-century against Chelsea on Wednesday in just 217 days – the fewest by any of his predecessors with Bob Paisley and Joe Fagan the closest to him on 254.All those matches, which include a run to the Capital One Cup final and next week’s Europa League final against Sevilla, have been packed in since he took over in mid-October, during which time he was also admitted to hospital to have his appendix removed.It has been something of a whirlwind introduction to English football for the former Borussia Dortmund boss – but he would not have had it any other way.“It was intense but fun too. Everything was new so it was interesting,” he said of his near-seven months in charge.“Time goes by so fast, I can’t believe this season is nearly over.“Usually you need one and a half seasons for this. That is funny.“The jobs to do and everything you need to think about keeps you awake but it is good.“We can get sixth position this season, which is not the biggest success in the history of Liverpool, but everyone can see the good signs.“We will build on it. We have to improve. I am sure we will.”last_img read more

first_imgRescheduled AGM of Gaeil Fhánada Bord na mBan and Bord na nÓg  will now take place this Sunday 06th December in Rosnakill Resource Centre at 6pm. This is an opportunity for anyone with an interest in the running of our ladies and underage activities in the club to come along. All welcome especially Parents!Gaeil Fhánada Lotto Results No jackpot winner.   Lotto numbers drawn 08, 09, 11, 12, 20  Bonus No 15. No jackpot winner. €100 winner Anne & Cathal c/o Marian McFadden, €50 winner Margaret Green, Ballyhernan. Well done everyone!   Next jackpot €2,100.  Wouldn’t that be a nice wee lift for Christmas! Come on support our wee club! If you’re not in you can’t win!Comhghairdeas mór to former club player Seami ‘Nanny’ Friel and Tír Chonaill Gaels  who won the London SFC title – after defeating St Kieran’s earlier this week.  Well done boys.Gaeil Fhánada Club gear is now available in Michael Murphy Sports shop in Letterkenny.  Get your orders in now for Christmas!     GAEIL FHANÁDA SEND THEIR CONGRATULATIONS TO FORMER PLAYER SEAMI ‘NANNY’ FRIEL was last modified: December 1st, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAASportlast_img read more