A search conducted at the New Amsterdam Prison on Saturday morning unearthed a number of contraband and other prohibited items.According to information received, the raid was conducted by ranks of the Guyana Prison Service (GPS) and Guyana Police Force (GPF), and five grams of marijuana, five cellular phones, and a number of improvised weapons, lighters and phone chargers were discovered.Less than one month ago, it was reported that officers had unearthed some 146 Ziploc bags containing marijuana and more than forty prohibited items from the Prison during an impromptu search of the penal facility.Director of Prisons, Gladwin Samuels, had informed that 146 Ziploc bags of narcotics, amounting to 292 grams; six cell phones, 12 phone chargers, five packets of cigarettes, eight improvised weapons, three SIM cards and seven lighters were discovered.Meanwhile on Friday, a raid conducted at the Lusignan Prison uncovered another set of illegal items, which included syringes with needles, six bottles of pepper sauce, six earphones, a number of razor blades, 17 chargers, 24 lighters, five cellular phones, 10 improvised weapons, eight metal spoons, two pairs of scissors, one plastic knife, two nail clippers, four bottles of oil with suspected cannabis seeds, three mirrors, one wrist watch, one pack of cards, one memory card, and a quantity of wire and Ziploc bags.Additionally, just one month before, a similar routine search had removed a number of knives, scissors and blades from the penitentiary.The Director of Prisons had at the time also indicated that five officers had been relieved of their duties after they were reportedly involved in an incident in which a package containing cannabis had been tossed into the Lusignan Prison Holding Bay area.Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan was greatly displeased with the numerous attempts being made to smuggle illegal items into the Prisons. He is of the belief that it is due to a possible collusion between officers and the prisoners.
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A very similar break in took place the morning of November 5, when Apollo Avenue was robbed through the east entrance. Security footage from this morning shows three males wearing dark hooded sweatshirts, jeans, and light coloured gloves got out of the truck, and broke the display cases using hammers. The truck is believed to be an older model two-toned Dodge pickup, with a grey bottom and possibly purple top, and an extended cab. At this point RCMP says there is nothing to link this theft to the one earlier this month, in which no arrests have been made yet. However, as it involves the same M.O. and number of suspects, police are investigating whether there is a connection. – Advertisement -In the previous case, the truck used was stolen, and later found in the field south of Duncan Cran School. So far no trucks matching the description have been reported stolen to RCMP.
The Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny kicks off its wonderful Autumn 2016 music programme with a Music Network commission of traditional music and dance entitled Edges of Light featuring the former Riverdance principal dancer and choreographer Colin Dunne. The Regional Cultural Centre will also play host to Japanese psychedelic band Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. and Willie Doherty ‘in conversation’ with Matt Packer.The Edges of Light show is inspired by the sights and sounds of an Irish dawn features the dazzling feet of Colin Dunne along with leading Irish traditional musicians Tola Custy, Maeve Gilchrist and David Power. Edge of Light; Colin Dunne, Tola Custy, Maeve Gilchrist & David PowerEdges of Light will be performed at RCC Letterkenny on Wednesday September 21st as part of a national tour. It starts at the unusual time of 8.25pm and tickets priced €12 and €10 concession can be booked at An Grianan Theatre Box Office on 0749120777 or online at regionalculturalcentre.com.It is the first in a great series on concerts in a whole range of musicial styles that the RCC is presenting between now and the end of the year.Other September concerts include the veteran Japanese psychedelic band Acid Mothers Temple on Thursday 22 nd and Donegal singer-songwriter Kate O’Callaghan in a special 1916 inspired show on Friday 30th . Edges of LightMusic Network is thrilled to present a new collaboration between the prodigiously talented dancer Colin Dunne, fiddler Tola Custy, harpist Maeve Gilchrist and uilleann piper David Power.This newly-commissioned work, is a sparkling kaleidoscope of melody and rhythm inspired by the natural sounds and shimmering patterns of light that announce Irelands day.Edges of Light draws from a unique and little known Irish idiosyncrasy: the rising of the sun at Dunsink Observatory occurs 25 minutes and 21 seconds later than at Greenwich, meaning that 8pm Dublin Mean Time occurs at 8.25pm GMT!According to Deirdre Moynihan, Programmes Manager at Music Network, this new work is a complete piece, running for about 75 minutes.Some of the tunes selected are quite old and are woven around new compositions, so its a mix of contemporary and traditional music with dance not only as a visual element but part of the sound-scape of the whole piece. Colin DunneBest known for his performances and choreography in Riverdance and Dancing on Dangerous Ground, Colin Dunne has toured with musical groups The Chieftains and De Dannan and performed at such venues as Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall.Three award-winning musicians from Ireland and Scotland complete the ensemble: Clare fiddler Tola Custy, one of the founding members of ground-breaking band Guidewires, acclaimed harpist Maeve Gilchrist and uilleann piper David Power, a former member of Liam Clancys Fairweather Band and regular collaborator with Martin Hayes Masters of Tradition Project.Acid Mothers Teple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O.Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. is a Japanese psychedelic band, the core of which formed in 1995. The band is led by guitarist Kawabata Makoto and early in their career featured many musicians, but by 2004 the line-up had coalesced with only a few core members and frequent guest vocalists. Acid Mother TempleThe band has released albums frequently on a number of international record labels as well as the Acid Mothers Temple family record label, which was established in 1998 to document the activities of the whole collective.This cosmic freak-out collective has recently released with a brand new album “Benziaten”. Acid Mothers Temple are exceptional psych rock music musicans and this AMT show really promises to be something else.Willie Doherty ‘In Conversation’ with Matt PackerTo mark the closing of Willie Doherty’s Loose Ends exhibition the RCC is hosting an interview between the artist and CCA Derry Director Matt Packer. Loose Ends, a historic new body of work by the world-renowned Irish artist comprised of a two-screen video installation and accompanying photographic diptychs.Across two screens, Doherty uses the camera and spoken word to focus on the details and textures of two very different locations – Dublin’s Moore Street and Donegal’s Gola Island, both associated with the 1916 Easter Rising. The sites are examined in detail through the use of a slow, almost trance-like, zoom.Willie DohertyDoherty’s lens absorbs the material evidence of each location today, 100 years after the events of 1916, asking whether a residual response to these events continues to be played out, or how the voices and actions of one generation and the ‘vapours of the past’ resonate in the unconscious of another.This event will take place on Friday September 23 rd , 7pm Admission Free, Booking Recommended, to book email firstname.lastname@example.orgWillie Doherty has exhibited in many of the world’s leading museums, including the CAM Gulbenkian, Lisbon; Museum De Pont, Tilburg; IMMA, Dublin; SMK, Copenhagen; Fruitmarket, Edinburgh; TATE, London; Modern Art Oxford; Dallas Museum of Art; Neue Galerie, Kassel; Kunsthalle Bern; Kunstverein München; Kunstverein Hamburg and the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris. He was nominated twice for the Turner Prize, and has participated in major international exhibitions including Documenta, Manifesta, the Carnegie International, and the Venice, São Paulo and Istanbul biennales.Loose Ends is commissioned by Donegal County Council / Regional Cultural Centre in partnership with Nerve Centre, Earagail Arts Festival, Kerlin Gallery and Matt’s Gallery. It is an ART:2016 Project, part of the Arts Council’s programme as part of Ireland 2016.Matt Packer has been Director of the Centre for Contemporary Art Derry-Londonderry since March 2014. He is also currently a Curator for LIAF 2015 (Lofoten International Art Festival) and an Associate Director (Advisory) of Treignac Projet Association.For more information you can visit regionalculturalcentre.com.Regional Cultural Centre reveal fantastic Autumn music programme was last modified: September 17th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:acid mothers templecolin dunneedges of lightletterkennymatt packerRegional Cultural Centrewillie doherty
The Killotto had no winner this week. The numbers were 20, 22, 25 and 29 127. There was no winner of Match 3 Numbers. Next week’s Killotto jackpot is €3,300 and Match 3 is €180.There was no winner of Bingo Jackpot. Consolation prizes went to Mairead Gallagher, Cummins Hill. Next week’s Jackpot will be €2,200 on 50 calls. Killybegs are playing their 1st game against Glenullin in the Ulster senior league on Saturday at 2.00pm in Glenullin. Club Membership is now due. You can pay Rita Nolan or Kathleen McCabe.Family – €50Single – €30 Student – €15Minor – €10 Ladies training continues every Wednesday night in St Catherine’s Vocational school gym at eight o clock. It’s a great way to get fit and have fun as part of a team. New members welcome. The Club will be having a Scrap Metal Collection in Eamon Byrne Memorial Park this Thursday. All types of scrap metal will be accepted and any enquiries please contact Bernard 0861755621 or Macdara 0879119505GAA: KILLYBEGS GAA CLUB NOTES was last modified: January 31st, 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:GAA: KILLYBEGS GAA CLUB NOTES
Glenswilly hosted a very successful summer camp for our younger generation last week. Main organisers Louise, Mary C and Karen want to thank all who helped in any way at the camp, especially all the young volunteers. Thanks to Stephen Maguire of Donegal Daily and to Dan McDaid for their generous donations. Thanks to Michael Murphy who took time out of his busy schedule to call in and make everybody’s day. Hopefully, all the children who took part, enjoyed the camp and have happy memories of the event. I’m sure all parents or guardians of the children will join with the club in thanking the main organisers for their time and hard work in making this the success it was.Commiserations to our super third team who lost out in the Junior B Championship semi-final to neighbours Letterkenny Gaels at O’Donnell park on Sunday(25th of August). A huge effort from this gallant side of youth and experience, ranging in age from 16 to 40+. The experience gained by our youth playing in games of this level will stand to them in the future. Congratulations to Paddy and his team for getting this far. We are all proud of you lads.It was a tough week for our underage lads. The minor team lost out to Naomh Columba in the all county semi final of the division 2 Championship last Tuesday night in Ardara. Rocked with injuries to key players and others played suffering from tonsillitis, this was and up hill struggle from the off. The lads did their best, but alas ended the year without silverware. Well done lads and management on your efforts and representing the club valiantly. On Friday evening past our U-21 team had a championship meeting with Kilcar in Glenswilly. Our boys had to field without our own U-21 county player Leon Kelly through injury and with a talent laden kilcar side, this again was always going to be a struggle. With kilcar’s Paddy McBrearty on form on the night backed up by the McHugh duo of Ryan and Eoin, our lads lost out. However, our mix of young and older players, battled to the end with some very promising performances. Well done to all involved.The senior boys continued on their league pursuit back to division 1 with another great victory over Dungloe on Saturday evening away. With 12 games played and 5 points clear at the top of division 2, things are looking very positive for Gary and his charges. The lads won by 6 points on a score of 1-09 to 0-06. Keep up the great work lads.The club would like to congratulate our underage lads who represented the club at county level recently. To Ryan McGinty and his involvement at U-15 level and his participation at a blitz in Galway last weekend past. Well done Ryan. To Ryan Diver who was part of the Donegal team who won the Buncrana Cup last weekend past also at U-16 level when they defeated Tyrone in the Final. And finally to Cormac Callaghan who brought home an Ulster medal on Saturday evening past as part of the U-17 county team who won the Seamus Mc Guigan cup when they defeated Monaghan convincingly in the semi final and a much favoured Tyrone team in the final on a score of 2-10 to 1-06. It is great to see our youth progressing and making such positive impressions on the county stage. We are proud of you lads.The winning lotto numbers are 6,7,14,and 23. Match 3 winner is Danielle Boyce. Jackpot is now 3040 euro and sellers are Ryan Hunter and Liam Dorrian.GAA NEWS – GLENSWILLY U21s LOSE OUT TO KILCAR IN CHAMPIONSHIP was last modified: August 27th, 2013 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:glenswillykilcar
How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings 1 Guardiola-inspired tactics: Is this how Arsenal will line up under Arteta? whoops predicted TOP WORK Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update huge blow Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Real Betis striker Loren Moron has confirmed he rejected the opportunity to join West Ham this summer.The 24-year-old penned a new contract during the off season, with Betis raising the forward’s release clause from £22million to £38million after impressing in Spain. Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City SORRY “I let my agents know, I told my parents and friends and told them that my intention was to stay and continue here.“Now I am finally reaping what I sowed a long time ago and I am enjoying my time here a lot.” latest Moron bagged seven goals in just 15 appearances last term after making his first-team debut in February and he has made a strong start to the current campaign too.However, things could have been different for the Spaniard after revealing that he turned down the chance to link up with Manuel Pellegrini at West Ham.“It is true there were several clubs who contacted me regarding their interest and we had one firm proposal from them (West Ham),” Loren told Estadio Deportivo.“I did not want to throw away the opportunity I have here at Betis after moving through the youth system and playing for the reserve side. Moron turned down the chance to play for West Ham. Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? changes gameday cracker tense revealed Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion Most Popular Premier League Stories Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury
DONEGAL BOSTON GFC NOTESSenior Football Championship Donegal Vs WolfetonesDonegal were narrowly defeated by the Wolfe Tones yesterday in what was their first loss of the season. It was an exciting game of football that was not short of some heated exchanges.The first half saw a well taken goal by Derek Maguire and Donegal looked like they may have had the edge over the Tones. Ciaran Williams had a missed chance at goal when the ball hit the post and it was point for point between the teams. White, Mc Guire and Clancy finished with 4 points and at half time the sides were drawn at 1-04 to 0-07.The Wolfe Tones were on a mission in the second half with three successive points and Donegal were struggling to break through their defense. Ferghal Clancy brought the Tir Conaill men back to within a point but it was not enough. Final Score : Donegal 1-07 – Wolfetones 0-12Donegal: P. Boyle, M Canny, J Gallagher, K Mulhern, G Reynolds, K Mc Colgan, B. White, B. Donnelly, D. Maguire, S O Hanlaon, F Clancy, K. Williams, G. FrielWolfe Tones: R. Mc Keown, P. Mc Guirk, D. Dalton, B. Kinnahan, K. Lynch, F. Conway, G. Brilly, K. Dias, C. Carr, M. Farrell, M. Newman, B. Brogan, J. DoyleDonegal Jr B Vs Aidan MacanespiesDonegal Junior Bs were the favorites in their clash against Aidan Macanespies at the Irish Cultural Center in Canton last Sunday. An unsteady start however saw Donegal kick several wide balls but it was not long before the Tir Conaill men settled.Urris man Brian Kelly was a welcome return to the squad having recovered from a knee injury which left him out for the beginning of the season. Neil Brummie and Jonathan Byrne delivered well to the forward line and points were flowing from Pauric Mc Laughlin and Ryan Mc Cready. Mc Cready scored four in quick succession and netted a goal to finish off the first half in Donegals favor.Aidan Macanespies were an improved side at the start of the second half, scoring a goal within two minutes but their domination was short lived with points again from Mc Laughlin and Mc Myler.A Chance at goal came for Macanespies when they won a Donegal kickout but the shot went just wide of the post.A point from Jonathan Byrne and another from Pauric Mc Laughlin was racking up the scoreboard and Donegal were leading comfortably with only minutes to go. Final ScoreDonegal 1-14 Aidan Macanespies 2-05BELOW: Donegal Junior B team – pictured in thebackground is the late Tomas Maguires no.2 jersey. The jersey has been retired.GAA: DONEGAL BOSTON GFC CLUB NEWS was last modified: July 3rd, 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:GAA: DONEGAL BOSTON GFC CLUB NEWS
Read the full transcript of Mandela’s speech on the foundation’s website.The copyright of the photograph rests with Lionel Shapiro. To download the images and other related material, visit the foundation’s website at www.nelsonmandela.org 17 April 2014 The Nelson Mandela Foundation has released a rare photograph of Nelson Mandela to mark the 50th anniversary of his famous Rivonia Trial speech, in which he declared that he was prepared to die for a free South Africa. On 20 April 1964 – 50 years ago – Mandela, the lawyer, delivered a long and reasoned explanation of his position. Despite his powerful words, the apartheid court went on to find Mandela and his fellow trialists – Walter Sisulu, Ahmed Kathrada, Govan Mbeki, Denis Goldberg, Raymond Mhlaba, Andrew Mlangeni and Elias Motsoaledi – guilty of sabotage and sentenced them to life imprisonment. The so-called “Speech from the Dock” ended with arguably the most famous and oft-quoted words of all his speeches:“During my lifetime I have dedicated my life to this struggle of the African people. I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons will live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal for which I hope to live for and to see realised. But, My Lord, if it needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die.” SAinfo reporter Mandela quoted the same words on 11 February 1990, when he spoke from the balcony of Cape Town’s City Hall within hours of his release from prison. The photograph by Lionel Shapiro – a university student at the time – shows Mandela and his comrades in a police van being transported to prison. One can see clenched fists of two of the seven prisoners emerging from the bars of the van. Shapiro contacted the foundation about his “rare photographs” shortly after Mandela’s death in December 2013. “I was terribly excited and terribly sad. I almost cried when I saw them,” the foundation’s archivist, Lucia Raadschelders, said. According to the foundation, a recent innovation has allowed them to hear the playback of the actual “dictabelt” audio recording of Mandela’s speech in court. It shows it took Mandela just under three hours (176 minutes) to deliver his prepared speech, and highlights a few variations from what he prepared. The Nelson Mandela Foundation has a typescript of the speech, which Mandela autographed and gave to a comrade as a gift.
The international journalists will get to visit iThemba Labs and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, and join a video conference with the team heading up the Square Kilometre Array programme.Johannesburg, 17 March 2015 – Brand South Africa will host journalists from Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, China and the United Kingdom from Tuesday 17 – Friday 20 March 2015 in Johannesburg during which media will be exposed to South Africa’s competitive advantages in a variety of areas.This media tour provides Brand South Africa with an excellent opportunity to showcase South Africa’s competitiveness as well as the relevant policy actions around South Africa’s implementation of the National Development Plan.Journalists from Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana were selected since Brand South Africa conducted primary research in these countries in 2014. The visit to South Africa by these journalists – as well as those from the UK and China – will give them an opportunity to experience South Africa for themselves.The visiting journalists will be hosted by various stakeholders for a series of engagements aimed at profiling the competitiveness of our country in a range of areas – including culture and heritage, the diversity of our cities and science, technology and innovation. Engagements will include a visit to the CSIR, iThemba Labs, a video conference with the team heading up the SKA programme and interaction with South African corporates during a Brand South Africa hosted networking session with the Deputy Minister of Communications, Ms Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams. The journalists will also visit Soweto, the Nelson Mandela Foundation and experience Johannesburg on an inner city tourFollow the activities during the media tour on @Brand_SA #CompetitiveSA.Note to editorsAbout Brand South AfricaBrand South Africa is the official reputation management agency of South Africa internationally and locally. The organisation is mandated to build the county’s reputation, by contributing to the objectives of the National Development Plan (NDP) and contribute to improving South Africa’s global competitiveness. Its aim is also to build pride and patriotism among South Africans, in order to contribute to social cohesion and nation brand ambassadorship.For more information or to set up interviews, please contact:Boitumelo MpeteCommunications Officer Domestic: Brand South AfricaTel: +27 11 712 5007 Mobile: +27 (0) 82 358 9047Email: email@example.com
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ohio Farm Bureau is teaming up with the Mid-America Restaurant Expo, presented by the Ohio Restaurant Association to promote Farmers Crossing, an all-new area dedicated to local farmers and highlighting the farm-to-table concept.The expo is an annual restaurant and food service industry trade show that takes place at the Greater Columbus Convention Center Jan. 13-14, 2019.According to the ORA, the goal of Farmers Crossing is to “embrace local sourcing of products while supporting sustainability of our agricultural community and promoting collaboration between farmers and chefs.”Ohio Farm Bureau is the presenting sponsor of Farmers Crossing.“We’re very excited to work with Ohio Farm Bureau,” said Homa Moheimani, manager of media and communications for ORA. “A big trend that is going on now and has been for a while is the farm-to-table concept and we thought that would be an exciting and dynamic aspect to bring to the expo.”Moheimani noted that Farmers Crossing will give “farmers who want to break in to the restaurant market or farmers who want to grow their market an excellent opportunity to connect with restaurateurs and other attendees at the show.”To encourage those connections, Ohio Farm Bureau will be represented at Farmers Crossing with its own display, as well as giving away two other display spaces to members via a sweepstakes.“Farm Bureau is constantly looking for ways to help growers who want to market their locally grown products,” said Brandon Kern, OFBF senior director of strategic partnerships and policy outreach. “The Farmers Crossing exhibit space at the Mid-America Restaurant Expo is an exciting way for us to connect growers with new market opportunities.”Enter to winAre you a specialty crop grower looking for new marketing opportunities? Click here to enter for a chance to win a free exhibitor space at the Mid-American Restaurant Expo’s Farmers Crossing in January. Two vendor booths will be awarded by random drawing to two separate winners. Entry forms will also be available at county Farm Bureau offices. Deadline to enter is noon, Nov. 29. For official rules, click here.