A Dominican man on Monday appeared before Magistrate Leron Daly at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts charged for overstaying in Guyana.Eric Guante admitted that between January 5, 2019 and February 24, 2019 at Georgetown, he failed to comply with conditions under which he was permitted to stay in Guyana. According to immigration records, Guante was granted permission to stay in Guyana from December 6, 2018 to January 5, 2019.Fined: Eric GuanteOn Monday, in a plea of mitigation, the foreign national told the Magistrate that he was informed that as long as he has a Guyanese child, he could remain in Guyana. With the aid of a translator, Guante further explained that he pleaded guilty, since he did not want to waste the court’s time.However, Police Prosecutor Richard Harris contended that records did not reveal any information about him having a child in Guyana.Magistrate Daly fined Guante $30,000. Failure to pay the fine will result in him having to serve six months in prison.
He might now be California’s most famous rule-breaker, but Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger showed last week he can take a punch with the best of ’em. With 15 stitches closing a cut upper lip he suffered in a collision on his motorcycle – for which, it turns out, he doesn’t have a California license – the governor tried to joke about it with Sacramento reporters during a briefing on his budget proposal. “If I sound a little funny, it’s because I have stitched-up lips here,” Schwarzenegger said. “It all happened because of a motorcycle accident. A car pulled out in front of me – and I just couldn’t make a decision which way to go. “I knew if I turned left that the Republicans will get mad and I knew if I turned right, my wife will get mad. So I just crashed right into the car. It was the safer thing to do.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Schwarzenegger did not offer any excuses for his failure to get a license to operate a motorcycle. The governor said he had such a license in Austria, which he used when he lived in Germany. “When I came over here in the beginning, I used that,” Schwarzenegger said. “And, I just never applied for it. I never thought about it.” Since the accident, his staff has recommended he stay off motorcycles until he gets the license. Just in case you don’t get enough of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa – seeing him out there filling potholes, planting trees, recycling trees or cutting ribbons – he has begun his own electronic way to let you know what he is doing. The mayor last week debuted an electronic newsletter, called Our LA, featuring information on what he’s done since taking office, discussing various issues and inviting residents to take part. “We are trying for this to be more engaging that most newsletters,” an aide to Villaraigosa said. In the newsletter, Villaraigosa gives his response to newspaper editorials – the first deals with growth – as well as surveys of what people believe the mayor’s top priorities should be. It also has a section in which residents are asked to send in pictures of places or events that capture “the spirit” of Los Angeles. The rest of the newsletter offers various tips or notices of upcoming events. The mailing went out initially to city employees and those on the mayor’s office mailing list. Other can apply to get in by going to the mayor’s Web site at www.lacity.org/mayor and subscribing to Our LA. Officials with the city Ethics Commission said there are no restrictions on such communications. There is an undercurrent of concern developing among neighborhood council leaders as plans get under way to formally create a citywide neighborhood congress. Twenty-six of the city’s 84 neighborhood councils have said they plan to participate in the proposed neighborhood congress – scheduled for Feb. 4 and designed to create one voice for the groups on major issues. What is concerning some is the prospect of neighborhood councils turning against one another in a battle over power and jurisdiction. The concern is that what one neighborhood council sees as a local issue, another views as a citywide issue. One example frequently cited is Sunshine Canyon Landfill, where all the city’s residential trash is hauled. The environmental impacts are felt in Granada Hills, where the dump is located, while the cost of sending it elsewhere would be borne citywide. Ken Draper, editor of City Watch, the newsletter of the neighborhood councils, said the differences have far-reaching implications. “Regardless of one’s feelings about the emerging NC Congress – if it fails, that failure will alter dramatically the perception of the city and stakeholders of neighborhood council influence,” Draper said. On a separate track, a meeting is scheduled Saturday at City Hall for a second briefing of neighborhood council members on Villaraigosa’s planned budget for the coming year. Daily News staff writer Harrison Sheppard contributed to be report. Rick Orlov, (213) 978-0390 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A pizza delivery man has been ordered to participate in the Pro-Social Drivers programme after being charged with dangerous driving. Shaji Matthew, 46, with an address at Caislean Court, Castlefin appeared before Letterkenny District Court charged with dangerous driving. Mr Matthew, an employee of Domino’s Pizza was charged with dangerous driving in relation to an incident which occurred on the duel carriageway near Raymoughy, Letterkenny on the 23rd of December.Inspector Goretti Sheridan told the court, “Gardaí observed a red corolla with a delivery sign on its roof pull up on the hard shoulder on the duel carriageway close to the Manorcunningham roundabout.“He then performed a U-turn on the road and headed back down the duel carriageway in the wrong direction.“He then proceeded to also drive around the roundabout in the wrong direction which was obviously extremely dangerous in both incidents.Solicitor for the defendant Patsy Gallagher told the court, “My client had received a call that his wife had taken ill – and had been rushed to hospital.“He basically dropped everything and decided to head immediately to the hospital to attend to his wife.“He obviously made a big error – but was in a bit of panic after the phone call he had received and didn’t think.“A disqualification would adversely effect his employment – and I’d appeal to the court for my client to participate in a Pro-Social Drivers programme.Judge John Faughnan directed the defendant to participate in the four-week driving programme but adjourned the matter until July 18th.PIZZA DELIVERY MAN DROVE AROUND ROUNDABOUT IN THE WRONG DIRECTION was last modified: January 19th, 2016 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:dangerous drivingDomino’s Pizza DeliveryincidentRoundaboutShaji Matthew
FROM NEIL DOHERTY AT CELTIC PARK: AROUND 300 Donegal fans of the Hoops made the long trek to Glasgow today – and saw Celtic overcome a stubborn Heart side by a single goal.And they would have seen one of the most nerve-wracking ends to a game here in a long time, when Hoops keeper Fraser Foster saving a last-minute penalty to maintain the 1-0 win, three points and a gap closed on Rangers who had beaten Hibs 2-0 in Edinburgh earlier in the day.Celtic manager Neil Lennon singled out the contribution of goalscorer Victor Wanyama in the 1-0 victory. The Kenyan’s 72nd-minute wondergoal added to his growing reputation as a passer, defender and all-round reader of the game. He went on a rare solo run and fired in a stunning goal from 25 yards.Lucky? Genius? Who cares?“It was a brilliant goal,” said Neil Lennon afterwards.. “He hasn’t been showing that.“His shooting is normally as bad as mine, but I’m delighted. It was a great finish and I thought we thoroughly deserved the win.” Goalkeeper Fraser Forster then pushed away an Eggert Jonsson’s penalty with 60 seconds remaining to secure the three points.“We were the dominant tream, and it’s always a worry at 1-0, but I thought we dominated the game for long periods,” said Lennon.“Hearts made it difficult – they packed the midfield and I thought Marius Zaliuskas had a great game in the midfield.“They fought for everything and credit to them for what they’re going through (most players haven’t been paid for more than a month).“They showed admirable fortitude against us, but I thought we played well. “It wasn’t vintage Celtic, but it was gutsy and there was some good performances.”Lennon was also puzzled as to how referee Calum Murray arrived by his decision to award a late penalty for Hearts, as television replays were inconclusive over the incident between Wanyama and Maruis Zaliukas that determined the spot-kick.“The ref is saying it’s a handball, but I’ve seen it again,” said Lennon.“Wanyama went up for a header with his arms, but he hasn’t touched it with his hands – Zaliuskas headed it, so I don’t know how Calum had a good view of it because he couldn’t see it from that angle. “If you look where the ball has ended up, it’s impossible for him to hit it with his hand and direct it that way.“But Fraser was due a save and it was a magnificent save.“We were patient and we got a wonder goal and the three points, which I felt was thoroughly deserved.”ENDSTHE HOOPS REPORT: PERHAPS LENNON’S LUCK HAS FINALLY TURNED AFTER WIN OVER HEARTS was last modified: December 10th, 2011 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:CELTIC V HEARTS DECEMBER 10 2011hoops reportvictory
Termon GAA club chairman Joe McDaid has issued a unique (and brave!) challenge to all club members ahead of its 5K road race on July 12th. Joe claims that he will beat any person that is over half his age.McDaid claims he is 40 (no laughing now) meaning anyone over 20 and below 40 can challenge.Eligible club members expected to take up the challenge include county panelist Michael Boyle as well as former county players Grainne McDaid, Paddy McDaid and Maureen O’Donnell.Ineligible due to being underage are Geraldine McLaughlin, Petra McCafferty and Ryan McDaid. The real threat is understood to come form Paddy McDaid who recently posted a 22.30 – a few seconds outside Joe’s 21.59 during his last 5K.The gauntlet has been thrown down but Joe is still refusing to say what he will do if he is beaten.However, there is talk that he will buy a round of drinks for all participants at the Lagoon.Whatever the outcome Termon are hoping as many people can sign up on the night as possible.It’s all in a good cause – the development of the underage teams at the club. TERMON-ATOR JOE THROWS DOWN THE 5K CHALLENGE was last modified: June 29th, 2012 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:5kJoe McDaidTermon
SPORT: Ulster GAA have released a new promotional video to promote Wheelchair Hurling in the Province, this follows on from last year’s major success of being the All Ireland League and Championships winners. Ulster GAA are very committed to this exciting programme and have just purchased 2 new vans & 30 new sports wheelchairs and this will enable them to deliver following initiatives throughout Ulster.Provincial Team eventsTraining Hubs across the ProvinceNational League events throughout IrelandAll Ireland ChampionshipsAll Star AwardsRegional Leagues throughout UlsterAble bodied Inclusion eventsFamily blitz daysSchool & Club Give It A Go Road showsCoach Education courses/workshopsUlster GAA have a Wheelchair Training Hub in Magee University and this is for anyone with a Physical Disability and you don’t have to be a wheelchair user to play, contact information can be found at the end of the video. ULSTER GAA RELEASE BRILLIANT PROMOTIONAL VIDEO ON WHEELCHAIR HURLING was last modified: May 24th, 2016 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:GAAPromotional VideoSportUlsterwheelchair
A young Donegal man has entered the Irish professional wrestling circuit and dreams of becoming the best in the world.Steve Campbell, who is from Falcarragh, returns to his hometown this Saturday night at 6pm in the PCC Falcarragh to star in a wrestling event.Steven, who now lives in Goath Dobhair,plans to go to the top in the IWW wrestling world. The well-known Falcarragh man admits that some people are skeptical about wrestling.However he says that unless someone jumps into the wrestling ring, they will never know how toiuh the sport is.‘’Theres no easy match in IWW. The roster is full of talent and former champions. Every training session can be a real tough battle but I love the challenge.“I need to prove myself against the best wrestlers in Europe like Mandrake, Captain Rooney or the IWW International Heavyweight Champion, The Supermodel. I don’t just want to be a pro wrestler, I want to be the pound for pound best wrestler ever one day and IWW best place to start.,” he said. Steven says he thinks he got the inspiration for wrestling from watching the other stars with his brother Bryan on TV.The former LYIT student, whose wrestling name is Cambo, is certainly no flash in the pan.He spent seven years learning mixed martial arts and also kickboxing.He says he is hopeful a large crowd comes out to Falcarragh to cheer him on come Saturday.‘’I like to think that all of Donegal is my home, not just one area. I live in Gweedore, went to secondary school in Falcarragh, I’d always hang out with my friends in dunfanaghy and I went to college in Letterkenny. IWW holds shows all over the country but I can’t wait to wrestle in front of my friends and family in my hometown area.’’ DONEGAL MAN ‘WRESTLING’ WITH HIS CONSCIENCE OVER CAREER CHOICE! was last modified: April 30th, 2012 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)
My name is Gemma Carroll and I live in Glenswilly.I began feeling ill during my Junior Cert Examinations last June and as you can imagine it was put down to nerves, but my condition continued to worsen even after I visited the doctor and a course of antibiotics.I was admitted to Letterkenny General Hospital and four days later was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. My family and I were in shock but I decided to complete my junior cert and the following morning I did my final exam in the hospital and was then transferred to Our Lady’s Hospital for Children in Crumlin to begin treatment.Chemotherapy made me very ill and the side effects caused my hair to fall out and my bones became weak and brittle which in turn left me in a lot of pain.Since being diagnosed I have spent a lot of time in hospital and celebrated my 16th birthday there.I was the only patient in the paediatric ward in Letterkenny on Christmas Eve, the wonderful doctors and nurses and staff on the ward did everything possible to make Christmas special for me and my family. I was transferred to Crumlin on the December 27th and began treatment for a bone infection. When my immune is weak from the side effects of chemotherapy I become more susceptible to infections.I was in Crumlin until March 14th, the doctors and nurse in Crumlin were amazing and looked after me very well.Having cancer and going through chemotherapy is horrible but losing my friend Martina Maguire from Ardara to this terrible illness in January was the hardest thing I ever had to deal with.The amazing support from Martina’s family and my family and friends has helped me cope. I know that Martina will always be with me and she inspires me every day to stay positive.Our Lady’s Hospital in Crumlin is appealing for funds to refurbish St. John’s ward. They plan to build 19 single rooms with en-suite facilities, an adolescent den and other vital improvements. They need to raise 4 million. People have been so generous already and we have been able to donate €2400 to St. John’s ward and €1850 to the hand and hand, a charity which offers practical support to families whose child is diagnosed with cancer.I would like to thank all the people and clubs who made this possible; Glenswilly GAA Club, East Donegal Branch of the Irish Pony Club, Letterkenny Riding Club and the 2011 5th year pupils of Gairm Scoil Chu Uladh and members of An Garda Siochana .My sister Edel who works for the Radisson ran the Belfast Marathon on May 7th and my Aunt Marie and the staff of the Letterkenny Resourse Centre hosted a Mrs Brown’s Tea Party today.Mary Finneran From Gleneary stables in Ramelton is organising a ride out in August and the proceeds from the fundraising will be going to St John’s ward and the Ronald Mc Donald House which is located in the grounds of the hospital and provides a home from home for families of sick children. I am so grateful to all the people who have prayed for me and sent messages of support.I would just to say a massive Thank you to everyone.GemmaPlease help this appeal. You can learn more and make a donation by clicking here: http://www.cmrf.org/appeal/listA BIG THANK YOU TO ALL – BY GEMMA CARROLL was last modified: May 11th, 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)Tags:A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL – BY GEMMA CARROLL
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A minor trough sags through the state today, triggering some clouds as it does. Precipitation is going to be limited from this, but we do still have to allow for a few hit and miss showers south of a line from Cleveland to Greenville with coverage of 60%. NW parts of the state end up with no new precipitation today. Tomorrow will be sunny and dry in all areas.Thursday, rain spreads over most of the state as a cold front comes down from the north, and moisture lifts up from the SW, meeting over OH. We should see anywhere from a few hundredths to .5″ with coverage at 85% of the state. Only far NW areas will have a good shot at missing the moisture there. Significantly colder air comes in on the backside of that system.WE are much colder for Friday and Saturday, with partly sunny skies likely both days. Sunday clouds increase and we can see some afternoon rain or snow showers over areas from I-70 north. Liquid equivalent precipitation totals are small, a tenth or two at best, but that still can keep a more damp feel, even if sloppy wet snowflakes decide to try and mix in. The best threat of wet snow would be in the overnight, as temps drop off.Another surge of cold air takes our temps on another leg down to start next week. We will be well below normal Monday-Wednesday. The map at right are temps vs. normal around midnight Monday night. The purple is an area of temps 30-35 degrees below normal. That is brutal cold. We should see some sunshine off and on for Monday and Tuesday, but lake effect clouds and snow showers are possible over the state on Wednesday, mostly central and north. Mostly sunny skies are back for Thursday.In the extended period, we have a chance of rain showers with moderating temps for Friday the 15th, bringing rains of .25″-.75″ to 80% of Ohio. Then drier, colder air returns for the 16th through 18th. Another strong system finishes out the 11-16 day extended period for Tuesday and Wednesday the 19th and 20th. Rains can be from half to 1.5′ with 100% coverage. So, our drier, potential harvest windows are better nearby than in the extended period.
Related Posts Tags:#hack#tips Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… klint finley Functional programming (FP) is one of the hottest trends in programming. From Scala to Clojure to R, the interest in this approach to programming is high. In a new series on his blog, developer Dhananjay Nene writes about FP in Python. The firsttwo parts are now available, and Nene plans to publish more.Nene begins by explaining functional programming, and then moves into examples in Python.Nene makes it clear that Python, as a multi-paradigm language, isn’t the best functional programming language. “But if you want to learn more of FP or use FP techniques along with other paradigms Python’s capabilities are screaming to be heard,” he writes.In the second part, Nene covers the aspects of Python that specifically relate to FP – including the controversy over the map, filter and reduce functions. Why You Love Online Quizzes How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees?