Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli agree to plea guilty in college admission scam case

first_imgKuzma/iStockBy IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News(NEW YORK) — Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have agreed to a plea deal in connection with their involvement in the so-called “Varsity Blues” college admissions scandal. The Full House actress will serve two months in prison, pay a $150,000 fine and have two years of supervised release with 100 hours of community service, while her husband, a fashion designer, will serve five months in prison, a $250,000 fine and two years of supervised release with 250 hours of community service, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Massachusetts. They will enter their guilty pleas on conspiracy charges on Friday, according to the office.“We will continue to pursue accountability for undermining the integrity of college admissions,” said United States Attorney Andrew E. Lelling in a press release. The couple become the 23rd and 24th suspects to plead guilty to the case, which was announced last year. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Arokium insists Joint Service was responsible

first_img…has no evidence to prove theory…former PM for interview by CoILeonard George Arokium, co-owner of the mining camp at Lindo Creek in the Upper Berbice River where, in 2008, eight employees were killed and their bodies burnt, remains convinced that notorious criminal Rondel “Fine Man” Rawlins and his gang did not commit that horrendous crime.Rather, he remains convinced that Joint Services ranks were responsible.Arokium lost a son and brother when armed men invaded his mining camp at Lindo Creek, shot and killed, then burned the bodies of miners Cecil Arokium, Dax Arokium, Compton Speirs, Horace Drakes, Clifton Wong, Lancelot Lee, Bonny Harry and Nigel Torres sometime between June 12, 2008 and June 24, 2008.Since the issue came to the fore, Leonard Arokium has repeatedly stated that he was reliably informed that members of the Joint Services were responsible for the men’s deaths.When he took to the stand before the Commission of Inquiry on Tuesday, it was revealed that in the interest of closure, he chose to appear as the Commission’s last witness at the public hearings regarding the 2008 horrendous happenings at Lindo Creek.Leonard Arokium testified that he has no evidence to prove who had killed his workers, but he said that while there was a heavy Joint Services’ presence in the area, it was “impossible” for the Fine Man gang to have ventured to the location, killed the men, burnt their bodies, and then go along their way.He further related that because of the tight security at the Unamco checkpoint, and the distance between Lindo Creek and Christmas Falls – where the criminal gang had last encountered Police — it was highly “impossible” for the gang to have ventured to the area without being seen.Recollecting when he had initially received information of the incident, Arokium said the mother of one of the miners, Yonette Torres, had, on June 18, 2008, contacted him about the incident.He further related that he had received an anonymous call from someone, informing that Joint Services ranks had killed the workers.Leonard George Arokium, o-owner of the mining camp at Lindo Creek, Upper Berbice RiverHe said that after he had received the information, he called a fellow miner who had been expected to visit the area and arranged a ride up to the site. He said they reached the Lindo Creek area sometime during June 21, 2008, and when he got to the site of his mining camp, he was confronted by the horrendous scene.The CoI heard that the miner had seen the burnt remains of his workers stacked one on the other, and that the tarpaulin on one of the camps was missing. Further, while on his way to the camp, Arokium had had a conversation with a man named “Anthony,” who related to him that two of his workers would venture to the Unamco Trail and interact with the Joint Services ranks. He said “Anthony” told him that the ranks had been inquiring when the miners were “washing down”.However, Arokium’s credibility was questioned when Counsel for the GDF, Leslie Sobers, put it to him that all his evidence was hearsay, and that “Anthony” had given the Police a statement refuting all the information he had allegedly given.Sobers caused Commission Counsel Patrice Henry to comb through the report compiled by Sergeant Rodwell Sarrabo and find three statements made in the name of Anthony Herber, one with the sole purpose of denying the information produced by Arokium.Further pressed, Arokium said he remains convinced that Joint Services ranks were responsible for the men’s deaths, since, in his opinion, the “Fine Man” gang had no motive to kill the men and then burn their bodies.Sam Hinds to be interviewedFollowing discovery of the bodies, a high-level team comprising acting President Sam Hinds, Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee, late Police Commissioner Henry Greene, and other senior Police officers had visited the affected families. Arokium testified that Hinds had tried to convince him that “Fine Man” was responsible for the killings, but he had refuted those statements. In light of that revelation, CoI Commissioner Donald Trotman, through his counsel, related that, during the upcoming days, the Commission would interview Hinds, since the public hearings had come to an end on Tuesday.last_img read more

Huskies have a tough game as they hosted the Canucks on Wednesday

first_imgAt 4:53 into period three, the Canucks would not let the Huskies catch up as they would score another goal making it a 4-2 lead over the Pups.Then at 9:36 left in the frame, in a power play, Matthew Apsassin would shoot one into the net with an assist from Aiden Craig-Steele and Oscar Burgess, closening the score 4-3.But at 35 seconds later, the Canucks would extend the lead by scoring on the Pups making it 5-3.Then with one second remaining in the game, the Canucks would score, taking the game 6-3 over the Huskies.Huskies Assistant Coach, Cameron Weir, says this game was a tough one for the team.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Huskies renewed their rivalry with the Dawson Creek Junior Canucks on Wednesday night at the North Peace Arena.At the start of the puck drop, it was pretty clear the Canucks were hungry for a win.Throughout the first period, the Huskies had a challenging time of keeping control of the puck away from the Canucks.- Advertisement -Then at 7:06 into the game, Dawson Creek would score a goal making it 1-0 over the Pups.Another Canucks goal would follow at 9:03 left in the frame making the score 2-0 for the Canucks.Following that goal, the Huskies would call for a 30-second timeout to quickly go over their strategy.Advertisement Despite best efforts, and with a lead on shots, the Pups headed into the second period trailing the Canucks 2-0.At 4:03 into the second frame, the Canucks would score another goal on the Huskies making the score 3-0.Then at 8:45 left in the period, in a power play, Nolan Legace would get a point for the Huskies with a feed from Joel Bourgeois and Matthew Apsassin making the score closer at 3-1.In another power play situation, at 5:03 remaining, Jared Loewen would send one into the net with a double assist from Brady Marzocco and Gary Loewen putting the score at 3-2.Advertisementcenter_img “It was a tough one. It’s been a long road here, the last little bit here, and had some real tough games and things just weren’t clicking for us, and we weren’t executing as good as we’ve been in the recent past year. When you don’t execute the things we’ve been preaching and what’s been working for us, it makes for a really tough night.”The Huskies are now on their Christmas Break and will resume playing on January 5 as they host the Sexsmith Vipers. Game time is 8:00 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.last_img read more

Women’s Resource Society looking for food donations

first_imgThe Women’s Resource Society is looking for the public’s help.Spokesperson Emily Goodman says the society is looking for non-perishable items to re-fill the shelves of the food bank.[asset|aid=1474|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=6b24cd1bc70de958407cd0e4bb302b71-Goodman 1_1_Pub.mp3]- Advertisement -Now, in addition to the food bank, the Society offers programs to women in need, including a 12-unit shelter for women and children called Sky’s Place.Goodman says the society has a legal advocate, who offers services to both men and women. There is also an outreach store, where women can get free clothing and necessities.She also says the Women’s Outreach Society’s food service differs from other food banks in the area.Advertisement [asset|aid=1475|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=2d1c1a0b506faad94c043d662d7f708d-Goodman 2_1_Pub.mp3]Anyone interested in donating food can drop in at the Centre, located at 10051 – 100th Avenue.For more information on the Women’s Resource Center, visit www.FortStJohnwrs.ca. Click on the attachment below for a list of non-perishable items that the Women’s Resource Society will be accepting. Advertisementlast_img read more

Barcelona’s Dembele suffers new injury setback

first_img0Shares0000Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele (left) in action against Levante during a Spanish league match at the Camp Nou stadium on January 7, 2018 © AFP/File / Josep LAGOBARCELONA, Spain, Jan 15 – Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele has been ruled out for “three to four weeks” in a new blow for the French forward, his club announced on Monday.Dembele hurt himself after coming off the bench in the second half of Sunday’s 4-2 win away to Real Sociedad in La Liga. The injury is different to the hamstring tear that ruled him out for three and half months.“After the game against Real Sociedad, Dembele had a problem with his left thigh and tests have confirmed that the player has suffered a hamstring injury of the semitendinosus muscle that does not affect the area operated on earlier in the season,” Barcelona said in a statement published on their website.“The injury will mean he will be out for a period of around three to four weeks.”He now faces a race against time to be ready for the first leg of Barca’s Champions League tie against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on February 20.Dembele only returned at the start of this month after tearing his hamstring in September.The fitness problems have blighted the start of his career at Barcelona following his 105-million-euro ($124 million) move from Borussia Dortmund in August that could rise to as much as 145 million euros.Barcelona also said that Andres Iniesta “has a problem in his right calf and his recovery will determine his return to action for the coming matches.”Iniesta was an unused substitute in Sunday’s game as Barcelona came from two goals down to win 4-2 at Anoeta.Ernesto Valverde’s side are already unable to call on new record signing Philippe Coutinho until the end of the month after he arrived with a thigh injury following his Spanish record 160 million-euro transfer from Liverpool.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

District reaches out to parents

first_imgSOUTH WHITTIER – The South Whittier School District has begun talks with neighboring districts to develop new classes and workshops for local parents, as well as a possible new off-site center for Rio Hondo College. Both projects are still in the development stages, officials said, but already have sparked excitement among South Whittier school administrators. “We’re excited because it’s a wonderful opportunity for us to get support and activities for our parents – and that’s an area that’s really being looked at now,” said South Whittier School District Assistant Superintendent Cecilia Laidemitt. The parenting classes and workshops would be offered through the adult school at the neighboring Whittier Union High School District. Whittier Adult School Principal Leonard Rivera said the high school district received a two-year, $62,450 state grant to help pay for the new parent classes, which he’s also hoping to implement in the Little Lake City School District. “There are a lot of things going on with South Whittier, and they have become a magnet for a number of grants,” Rivera said. “So we’re part of that now.” Ideally, Rivera said the district would offer a variety of parent classes and workshops at both the middle school and the elementary schools. Subjects could range from guiding children through schoolwork to preparing for college to making parents more comfortable with current technology. “There are some really good things going on out there,” Rivera said. “The difficult thing in starting a project like this is getting the right people to provide instruction. And that’s the phase we’re in right now.” At the same time, the South Whittier district has begun meeting with Rio Hondo officials about increasing the college’s presence in the community, including using office space at the middle school and possibly building a new satellite campus in the area. “Our board has made no decisions, but we have had some very preliminary talks about that possibility,” said David Morton, fiscal services director at the South Whittier School District. “They would like to have a presence in the South Whittier area, and we do have some spots around, and it could be pretty exciting,” Morton said. Rio Hondo College Board President Gary Mendez has said he was “happy with the direction” of the college’s efforts in South Whittier, adding that more details should emerge in the next month or two. “However it turns out, I think it would be a really good thing for everybody who lives down here,” Morton said. “And we’re enthusiastic about it, certainly.” tracy.garcia@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Man pleads guilty to indecent assaults over five year period

first_imgA man has pleaded guilty at Letterkenny Circuit Court to a number of charges of indecent assault on another male.The man, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, was due to begin a trial before a jury yesterday. However, the acused changed his plea at Wednesday’s sitting of the court.He faces six charges of indecent assault on dates unknown between August 1979 and January 1984 at an address in Donegal.The case was adjourned to the April sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court.Man pleads guilty to indecent assaults over five year period was last modified: December 13th, 2018 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)last_img read more

CAMPBELL TAKES THE HONOURS AT INAUGURAL LETTERKENNY TRIATHLON EVENT

first_imgIt was Omagh’s Brian Campbell that took the honours ahead of Alan Mitchell in today’s event at Lake Gartan on the outskirts of Letterkenny.With the sun beating down on one of Donegal’s most scenic spots athletes from all over the northwest and further afield dipped their toes in the water of Gartan to kick off what is sure to be a calendar event for tri-athletes all over the country.In what were near perfect conditions for the race 110 athletes took to the water shortly after 11 o clock to get the event under way. Athletes got off to a flying start with the first individual out of the in just over 10m minutes.Once Campbell had his led he worked hard to hold onto it for the rest of the race and cross the finish line in an excellent time of just over 58 minutes. Alan Mitchell from the Letterkenny club who has had one of his best seasons in a tri suit was close on Brian’s heels throughout the day but just couldn’t get close enough to the Omagh tri club man to made his push for the top spot.Alan said “I’m happy enough with my performance; I pushed as hard as I could on the bike and run, and am coming of the back off three hard races in the past three weeks so I can’t really be disappointed”.Neil Walton was a minute behind Mitchell and he too has to happy with his performance on the day. In the woman’s race Eimear O Brien took the top spot in a time of 1.09.31 closely followed by Anne Paul who was in hot pursuit in a time of 1.10.25 and Margret Kelly from Letterkenny in 1.13.46.This race too was hotly contested with the ladies fighting it out with one another throughout the race for pole position. Eimear was very happy with her performance saying that “she was delighted with her performance and it’s always nice to get a win under your belt every now again, its gives you that wee bit of extra kick and motivation the next event and the training that come with it”.As well as the performance athletes there were also a number of individuals competing against themselves and not the clock, as one athlete put it “sure it’s a bit of craic on a Saturday morning”.Councillor Dessie Larkin presented the prizes in the boathouse to competitors after the event, when all the tea sandwiches and cakes had bee eaten, saying that “it was a great event that really showed the attitude of Irish people towards sport, when fathers can run and compete with sons and daughter’s can compete and run along with mothers”.It was a great event all round and the triathlon club would like to thank all individuals, companies and organisations that helped with the staging of the event, and hopes to see you all again next year. The following are the positions and finishing times for all the athletes in the race.Pos Name Time Category Categ Pos Gender Pos Swim T1 Cycle T2 Run Relay Team1 Brian Campbell 00:58:42 Ages 30 – 39 1 1 00:10:08 00:00:36 00:30:23 00:00:26 00:17:072 Kevin Holian 00:59:43 relay 1 2 00:11:02 00:00:22 00:31:05 00:00:16 00:16:56 Triple Threat 3 Alan Mitchell 01:01:29 Ages 20 – 29 1 3 00:10:44 00:00:33 00:31:11 00:00:17 00:18:424 Neil Walton 01:02:16 Ages 30 – 39 2 4 00:10:53 00:00:27 00:31:54 00:00:18 00:18:415 Adam Speer 01:02:56 Ages 20 – 29 2 5 00:12:21 00:00:37 00:31:12 00:00:26 00:18:176 Eamon Hill 01:04:23 Ages 40 – 49 1 6 00:13:31 00:00:41 00:30:26 00:00:19 00:19:247 Carl Russell 01:04:26 Ages 30 – 39 3 7 00:11:21 00:00:39 00:31:51 00:00:25 00:20:098 Eoin Mcmanus 01:04:50 Ages 20 – 29 3 8 00:11:05 00:00:43 00:33:34 00:00:31 00:18:559 Sean Mcfadden 01:05:21 Ages 30 – 39 4 9 00:13:19 00:00:56 00:30:28 00:00:17 00:20:1810 Cathal Wilson 01:06:01 relay 2 10 00:12:23 00:00:22 00:30:36 00:00:13 00:22:25 LK Bikes11 Mick Kavanagh 01:06:46 16-19 1 11 00:14:06 00:00:47 00:33:17 00:00:30 00:18:0212 Clifford Rogers 01:08:15 Ages 40 – 49 2 12 00:10:47 00:00:28 00:34:28 00:00:22 00:22:0713 Raymond Byrne 01:08:36 Ages 20 – 29 4 13 00:12:20 00:01:06 00:34:05 00:00:24 00:20:3814 Daniel Quigley 01:08:45 Ages 20 – 29 5 14 00:12:05 00:00:46 00:35:07 00:00:30 00:20:1615 Angus Hunter 01:08:53 relay 3 15 00:12:05 00:00:35 00:36:03 00:00:22 00:19:46 The Amphibians16 Aidan callaghan Callaghan 01:09:24 relay 4 16 00:11:23 00:00:28 00:30:31 00:00:16 00:26:45 The C Team17 Eimear O’brien 01:09:31 Ages 20 – 29 1 1 00:12:09 00:00:53 00:35:14 00:00:34 00:20:4018 Anne Paul 01:10:25 Ages 40 – 49 1 2 00:13:26 00:00:44 00:35:49 00:00:21 00:20:0319 Ben George 01:10:31 Ages 30 – 39 5 17 00:13:18 00:00:43 00:34:27 00:00:18 00:21:4320 Alan O Mahoney 01:10:55 Ages 20 – 29 6 18 00:12:45 00:00:37 00:35:03 00:00:38 00:21:5121 Brian O’reilly 01:12:44 Ages 40 – 49 3 19 00:12:15 00:01:26 00:34:28 00:00:37 00:23:5722 Patrick Mitchell 01:13:09 Ages 50 – 59 1 20 00:14:05 00:00:37 00:35:14 00:00:25 00:22:4523 Lk Athletic Club 01:13:14 relay 5 21 00:13:35 00:00:31 00:37:51 00:00:24 00:20:5124 Margaret Kelly 01:13:46 Ages 40 – 49 2 3 00:14:13 00:01:02 00:36:24 00:00:29 00:21:3525 James Beattie 01:14:13 Ages 30 – 39 6 22 00:13:29 00:00:47 00:38:33 00:00:30 00:20:5126 Mark Kelly 01:14:31 Ages 30 – 39 7 23 00:14:11 00:00:46 00:36:14 00:00:17 00:23:0127 Paul O’gara 01:14:31 Ages 40 – 49 4 24 00:15:37 00:00:56 00:35:28 00:00:32 00:21:5528 Damien Reid 01:14:41 Ages 40 – 49 5 25 00:15:10 00:00:59 00:36:03 00:00:40 00:21:4729 Joan Mollohan 01:14:43 relay 1 4 00:10:36 00:00:47 00:33:31 00:00:15 00:29:31 Sausy’s Hero’s30 Conall Cahill 01:14:55 16-19 2 26 00:11:14 00:01:02 00:41:36 00:00:25 00:20:3531 Lorcan Healy 01:15:01 Ages 20 – 29 7 27 00:13:51 00:00:53 00:37:46 00:00:21 00:22:0632 Thomas Mccallion 01:15:14 Ages 30 – 39 8 28 00:16:15 00:01:31 00:36:05 00:00:53 00:20:2833 Andrew Connolly 01:15:45 Ages 30 – 39 9 29 00:16:59 00:01:42 00:35:20 00:00:43 00:20:5834 Alistair Huggett 01:16:27 Ages 50 – 59 2 30 00:17:10 00:01:45 00:33:01 00:00:35 00:23:5435 Mark Mclaughlin 01:16:42 Ages 40 – 49 6 31 00:13:20 00:00:46 00:37:44 00:00:36 00:24:1536 Nick Fowell 01:16:50 Ages 40 – 49 7 32 00:16:16 00:00:37 00:36:08 00:00:24 00:23:2237 Hazel Scorer 01:16:56 Ages 30 – 39 1 5 00:14:35 00:00:59 00:37:48 00:00:32 00:22:5938 Alec Reid 01:17:09 relay 6 33 00:16:10 00:00:28 00:34:57 00:00:20 00:25:11 Donegal Bay Tri39 Mick Summerville 01:17:35 Ages 30 – 39 10 34 00:15:25 00:01:00 00:39:16 00:00:36 00:21:1540 Simon Feehan 01:17:49 Ages 40 – 49 8 35 00:13:31 00:00:37 00:37:39 00:00:30 00:25:2941 Noel Hoey 01:17:50 Ages 40 – 49 9 36 00:14:05 00:00:52 00:39:27 00:00:28 00:22:5542 Gary Friel 01:18:02 Ages 30 – 39 11 37 00:17:12 00:01:06 00:37:05 00:00:32 00:22:0443 Adrian Mckinny 01:18:17 Ages 40 – 49 10 38 00:12:02 00:01:13 00:40:02 00:00:17 00:24:4044 Diarmaid Keon 01:18:41 Ages 40 – 49 11 39 00:15:05 00:01:11 00:35:50 00:00:33 00:26:0045 Bronagh O’gara 01:18:51 Ages 30 – 39 2 6 00:16:40 00:01:04 00:38:18 00:00:36 00:22:1146 Ciaran Clancy 01:19:10 Ages 20 – 29 8 40 00:18:20 00:00:45 00:36:23 00:00:20 00:23:1947 Tatjana Weidemann 01:19:17 16-19 1 7 00:14:59 00:00:51 00:39:04 00:00:29 00:23:5148 Hugh Gallagher 01:19:30 Ages 30 – 39 12 41 00:17:51 00:01:45 00:37:48 00:00:17 00:21:4749 Alvar Norris 01:19:50 Ages 40 – 49 12 42 00:15:06 00:01:34 00:39:45 00:00:18 00:23:0450 Brendan Giffney 01:19:59 Ages 50 – 59 3 43 00:13:48 00:00:59 00:39:30 00:00:34 00:25:0551 Niall Mulrine 01:20:11 Ages 30 – 39 13 44 00:16:50 00:01:36 00:36:39 00:00:34 00:24:2952 Declan Byrne 01:20:23 Ages 50 – 59 4 45 00:15:35 00:01:07 00:34:56 00:00:42 00:28:0153 Patrick Sharkey 01:20:56 Ages 30 – 39 14 46 00:16:23 00:02:20 00:38:16 00:00:35 00:23:1954 Paul Mcdevitt 01:21:06 Ages 40 – 49 13 47 00:18:11 00:01:02 00:36:17 00:00:24 00:25:1055 Noelle Mollohan 01:21:11 Ages 30 – 39 3 8 00:15:33 00:00:38 00:39:00 00:00:32 00:25:2656 Paul Cullen 01:21:38 Ages 30 – 39 15 48 00:15:12 00:01:20 00:45:33 00:00:43 00:18:4757 Donald john Maclean 01:21:54 Ages 30 – 39 16 49 00:17:19 00:00:56 00:38:02 00:00:51 00:24:4458 Daireann Gibson 01:22:37 Ages 30 – 39 17 50 00:15:28 00:02:00 00:40:17 00:00:48 00:24:0159 Noel Lynch 01:22:44 Ages 40 – 49 14 51 00:17:55 00:01:42 00:40:22 00:00:18 00:22:2560 Stephen Travers 01:22:52 Ages 40 – 49 15 52 00:20:21 00:01:09 00:38:03 00:00:31 00:22:4561 John Heneghan 01:23:22 Ages 30 – 39 18 53 00:17:38 00:01:11 00:39:55 00:00:43 00:23:5262 Daragh Callaghan 01:23:27 Ages 30 – 39 19 54 00:17:16 00:01:16 00:38:39 00:00:44 00:25:3063 Denis Harkin 01:23:39 Ages 40 – 49 16 55 00:17:43 00:01:42 00:37:27 00:00:43 00:26:0164 Alan Rodgers 01:23:50 relay 7 56 00:23:04 00:00:27 00:38:56 00:00:19 00:21:01 LFC65 Jane Mcdevitt 01:23:57 Ages 40 – 49 3 9 00:14:3866 Marcella O’reilly 01:24:06 Ages 40 – 49 4 10 00:14:23 00:01:21 00:40:43 00:00:42 00:26:5467 Aoife Logan 01:24:08 Ages 30 – 39 4 11 00:13:42 00:00:40 00:41:53 00:00:29 00:27:2068 Donal Rowan 01:24:11 Ages 40 – 49 17 57 00:18:34 00:01:23 00:41:40 00:00:44 00:21:4869 Brendan Meenan 01:24:31 Ages 40 – 49 18 58 00:17:02 00:01:56 00:41:23 00:00:17 00:23:5070 John Cunnigham 01:24:47 Ages 40 – 49 19 59 00:16:31 00:01:16 00:39:10 00:00:33 00:27:1371 Kevin Hennessy 01:25:21 Ages 50 – 59 5 60 00:14:15 00:00:55 00:41:25 00:00:59 00:27:4472 Marcel Mulholland 01:25:38 Ages 30 – 39 20 61 00:17:49 00:01:30 00:38:54 00:00:36 00:26:4673 Albert Law 01:25:56 Ages 50 – 59 6 62 00:20:51 00:02:03 00:39:10 00:00:44 00:23:0574 Kevin Feely 01:26:53 Ages 20 – 29 9 63 00:13:48 00:01:15 00:38:16 00:00:46 00:32:4475 Trevor Devlin 01:27:09 Ages 30 – 39 21 64 00:13:13 00:01:42 00:43:17 00:00:56 00:27:5976 David Cullen 01:27:28 Ages 30 – 39 22 65 00:18:23 00:01:32 00:42:17 00:00:21 00:24:5377 James Mcginley 01:28:03 Ages 20 – 29 10 66 00:18:01 00:02:13 00:39:45 00:00:52 00:27:1078 Cathal Roarty 01:28:30 Ages 40 – 49 20 67 00:16:40 00:02:12 00:41:48 00:01:14 00:26:3479 Anita Meehan 01:28:47 Ages 30 – 39 5 12 00:20:18 00:01:44 00:42:07 00:00:33 00:24:0280 Ann Morrow 01:29:03 Ages 40 – 49 5 13 00:16:29 00:01:29 00:43:25 00:00:18 00:27:2081 Chris Spratt 01:29:53 Ages 30 – 39 23 68 00:16:11 00:01:53 00:39:44 00:01:13 00:30:5182 Karen Dolan 01:30:10 Ages 40 – 49 6 14 00:21:3083 Nessa Murnaghan 01:30:11 Ages 30 – 39 6 15 00:16:05 00:01:04 00:44:28 00:00:49 00:27:4284 Maria Concagh 01:30:46 Ages 40 – 49 7 16 00:18:30 00:02:05 00:42:16 00:00:54 00:26:5985 Trevor Doherty 01:30:46 Ages 30 – 39 24 69 00:17:26 00:03:50 00:46:47 00:00:23 00:22:1786 Paul Corcoran 01:30:48 Ages 30 – 39 25 70 00:18:38 00:01:32 00:42:32 00:01:15 00:26:4987 Feilim Gormley 01:31:11 Ages 30 – 39 26 71 00:16:10 00:02:28 00:42:05 00:02:10 00:28:1688 Breda Curley 01:31:12 Ages 50 – 59 1 17 00:18:39 00:01:13 00:40:31 00:00:59 00:29:4789 John Blain 01:31:13 Ages 20 – 29 11 72 00:14:14 00:02:09 00:45:51 00:00:32 00:28:2590 Brian Nicholson 01:31:32 Ages 30 – 39 27 73 00:17:35 00:01:37 00:43:07 00:00:20 00:28:5191 Catherine Mcateer 01:31:39 Ages 30 – 39 7 18 00:17:52 00:01:40 00:43:41 00:00:24 00:27:5992 Hugh Mcglinchey 01:31:46 Ages 40 – 49 21 74 00:16:36 00:02:23 00:44:36 00:00:34 00:27:3593 Eamonn Mccafferty 01:32:09 Ages 50 – 59 7 75 00:21:40 00:01:48 00:41:05 00:00:40 00:26:5494 Paul Shields 01:32:24 Ages 20 – 29 12 76 00:22:00 00:02:23 00:44:17 00:00:48 00:22:5395 Ann Devlin 01:32:50 Ages 20 – 29 2 19 00:16:57 00:01:03 00:44:13 00:00:27 00:30:0796 Ronan Cunningham 01:32:53 Ages 30 – 39 28 77 00:22:16 00:01:29 00:41:22 00:00:56 00:26:4797 Katie Megaw 01:33:14 Ages 20 – 29 3 20 00:16:29 00:01:50 00:46:13 00:01:09 00:27:3198 Gavin Harris 01:33:53 Ages 30 – 39 29 78 00:27:23 00:02:27 00:36:22 00:00:43 00:26:5699 Eleanor Rooney 01:35:49 Ages 40 – 49 8 21 00:18:45 00:01:23 00:41:24 00:00:48 00:33:26100 Mel Boyle 01:36:29 Ages 40 – 49 22 79 00:18:20 00:02:36 00:45:42 00:01:23 00:28:25101 James Morrison 01:36:31 Ages 40 – 49 23 80 00:19:06 00:01:35 00:44:45 00:00:57 00:30:05102 Paul Smith 01:37:19 Ages 30 – 39 30 81 00:18:44 00:03:16 00:48:39 00:01:10 00:25:27103 Keelan Gallagher 01:37:55 Ages 20 – 29 13 82 00:25:24 00:02:12 00:44:23 00:00:38 00:25:15104 Mark Cunningham 01:39:55 Ages 30 – 39 31 83 00:25:43 00:03:11 00:47:04 00:00:26 00:23:28105 Michael Mcgrath 01:40:23 Ages 30 – 39 32 84 00:22:50 00:01:59 00:45:38 00:01:17 00:28:37106 Pauric Mcbrearty 01:41:18 Ages 20 – 29 14 85 00:22:53 00:03:10 00:44:31 00:00:49 00:29:52107 Christopher Kelly 01:41:58 Ages 40 – 49 24 86 00:27:41 00:01:48 00:45:28 00:00:52 00:26:06108 Karina Carroll 01:42:32 Ages 30 – 39 8 22 00:19:32 00:02:47 00:48:51 00:00:39 00:30:42109 Michael Mcmenamin 01:43:18 Ages 40 – 49 25 87 00:28:16 00:03:35 00:44:10 00:01:16 00:25:59110 Anish Patil 01:45:21 16-19 3 88 00:24:43 00:02:15 00:46:49 00:02:40 00:28:52CAMPBELL TAKES THE HONOURS AT INAUGURAL LETTERKENNY TRIATHLON EVENT was last modified: August 20th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens 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Disappointment over Councillors’ no-show at Cathedral Quarter meeting

first_imgThe Letterkenny Cathedral Quarter committee held a meeting last night to discuss the success of the group with local councillors and future plans to rejuvenate the heart of the town.It was a major let-down, however, when nobody turned up.The Letterkenny Cathedral Quarter was established in 2014 to restore the Church Lane off the Main Street and improve prosperity in the area. They have held culture events and festivals, installed artwork and created maps and tours to drive visitors to the area. They have also planned a number of Christmas events involving various community groups. Letterkenny Cathedral QuarterA meeting was arranged in Dillon’s Hotel Letterkenny on Tuesday night to showcase the progress of the initiative to Letterkenny Municipal Council members and to seek support for the future.The meeting had to be abandoned when no representatives appeared.Committee Secretary Donnan Harvey said invites were emailed to all Councillors prior to the meeting and he spoke with several on the phone who confirmed their attendance.On the night, however, the representatives were said to have attended a meeting in Galway and were late back. “But how hard is to pick up a phone to tell us, you can’t make the meeting,” Donnan said.A statement from the Cathedral Quarter Committee said: “We are very disappointed with this no show, we work on a voluntary capacity to regenerate the area for the community.“All we are asking for is a bit of support from our elected representatives but unfortunately, that didn’t happen tonight. They have not matched our commitment to our project which aims to develop an area for locals and visitors to enjoy to stimulate business and create jobs.” Disappointment over Councillors’ no-show at Cathedral Quarter meeting was last modified: November 22nd, 2017 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:letterkenny cathedral quarterlast_img read more

New campaign to power SA’s Proteas

first_imgFootball Fridays united South Africans as they wore their football jerseys to show support for the national team Bafana Bafana during the 2010 Fifa World Cup. The country will now be using that same united spirit to get behind the Proteas, ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup.br /> (Image: Big Media) South Africans are using the legacy of the 2010 Fifa World Cup to show their support for the country’s cricket team ahead of this year’s Cricket World Cup, which starts in February. Initiated by the Lead SA campaign, which encourages South Africans to make a difference in their various communities, Pure Protea Fridays take place at the end of every working week.South Africans are encouraged to mark these days by wearing a Proteas cricket shirt to show their support for the team in the build-up to and during the Cricket World Cup.The idea stems from Football Fridays in 2010, when South Africans donned football jerseys at the end of every week to rally behind national squad Bafana Bafana.There’s been an enthusiastic response to Pure Protea Fridays following its official launch on 10 January.“We united for the Springboks in 2007 and they won the Rugby World Cup, we united for Bafana Bafana in 2010 and we hosted the most amazing Football World Cup. Let us do it again in 2011 for the Proteas,” said Richard Holeness from Johannesburg.“I am going to buy myself a Proteas top and get ready to show my support,” said Tamryn Graeme from Linden in northern Johannesburg.“Football Fridays brought about such amazing spirit – I hope we can continue with that same spirit and pride in our country with Protea Fridays.”Sifiso Mbembe, from Diepkloof in Soweto, south-west Johannesburg, agrees: “Im not a cricket supporter as such, I know very little about the sport, but I am a South African and anything that has to do with showing pride and support for our country gets my vote.”“There is something powerful about having your country behind you when competing in an important event such as a world cup. I think the nation’s support has a unique magic about it – it can really will teams into victory,” Mbembe added.Cricket South Africa (CSA) has also welcomed the initiative: “CSA supports any initiative that is 100% behind the Proteas,” said the organisation’s CEO Gerald Majola.“Let’s lead the Proteas to victory,” said Charlotte Lombard from Howick in KwaZulu-Natal. “I’m excited that we are carrying the spirit and legacy of the Fifa World Cup through to other sporting events that continue to bring us together as South Africans.”Yusuf Abramjee, head of Primedia which came up with the Lead SA initiative, said: “The Football Fridays initiative united the nation and created patriotism. Our intention is to do the same for cricket.”Lombard said she would be travelling with her husband to attend some of the Proteas’ matches during the tournament co-hosted by India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. “We are huge cricket fans and are excited about going to watch the Proteas play. Let’s go Proteas!”South Africans can get themselves official Proteas supporters’ shirts from sports shops around the country or through the CSA website.last_img read more