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first_img Sharing is caring! 535 Views   2 comments Share LocalNewsPolitics Dominica Housing Development Projects by: – June 5, 2018 Sharecenter_img Tweet Share This house, at Pointe Michel, was built by Sustainable Housing Limited of Barbados as part of a contract with government to provide one thousand houses here post Hurricane Maria(Press Release) In Government’s continued thrust to address the need for safe and resilient housing for families directly affected by the passage of Hurricane Maria, the Ministry of Housing and Lands in collaboration with the Montreal Management Consultants Establishment (MMCE) is funding the construction of apartment buildings around Dominica.The Official Launching Ceremony for the East Coast Housing Project will be held on Wednesday 6th June, 2018 at 4.00 p.m. at the Castle Bruce Playing Field. The project will be distributed among the following communities: Delices, La Plaine, Castle Bruce, San Sauveur and Grand Fond and will comprise a total of 330 residential units, i.e. 66 in each community. The units will be made up of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments which will be constructed by the MMCE.Additionally, there will be the Official Launching Ceremony for the Northern Housing Project on Thursday 7th June, 2018 at 5.30 p.m. at the Georgetown Site (Main Road east of the Port Compound). This project will be made of a similar nature.The Government of Dominica is very grateful for the support and cooperation of the residents and people of Dominica who will benefit from these projects.last_img read more

first_imgPENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida men’s tennis team’s top doubles team of Kenny Brasil and Alex Peyrot advanced to the men’s doubles semifinal with a win on Saturday at the 2015 USTA/ITA Division II South Region Championships. No. 16 Brasil and Peyrot defeated  Carlos Becke and Fabian Zierleyn (Embry Riddle) 8-6 and will face Renato Lombardi and Ahmed Triki (Barry) in the men’s doubles semifinals tomorrow at 1 p.m. No. 12 Alex Peyrot (Castelnaudary, France) defeated Patrick Sell (Rollins) 6-1, 3-6, 10-7 in the men’s singles third round before falling to Alberto Campos (Saint Leo) 3-6, 5-7 in the men’s singles quarterfinals on Saturday afternoon. No. 36 Kenny Brasil (Apucarana, Brazil) fell to No. 21 Leo Blay (Valdosta State) 6-7, 6-7, junior Douglas Boe (Vinhedo, Brazil) fell to No. 26 Egor Panyushkin (Saint Leo) 3-6, 4-6, and junior Pedro Dumont (Brasilia, Brazil) fell to No. 3 Ahmed Triki (Barry) 4-6, 3-6 in the men’s singles third round this afternoon. Senior Nina Bubelova (Povazska Bystrica, Slovakia) fell to Natalia Siedliska (Saint Leo) 0-6, 2-6 while fellow senior Katarina Dikosavljevic (Queensland, Australia) fell to No. 17 Isabella Robbiani (Saint Leo) 2-6, 2-6 in the women’s singles third round. Bubelova and Dikosavljevic fell in the women’s doubles quarterfinals by a score of 8-6 to Diana Bogolii and Rosalie Willig (Lynn). Sophomore Erica Lilja Eriksson (Kristinehamn, Sweden) defeated Evelyn Moreno (West Alabama) 6-2, 6-2 before defeating Sofia Carrera (Mississippi College) in the women’s singles consolation draw. Eriksson will face Valeria Nagovitcina (Palm Beach Atlantic) tomorrow at 8 a.m. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

first_imgIn securing the pouring rights agreement with Heineken in the UK, Butcombe Brewery and Thatchers Cider Company, Andrew Billlingham, CEO of Bristol Sport said “We’ve been working hard to bring the brands of choice for both rugby and football to Ashton Gate. All three are associated with top flight sport and a have a strong affiliation with the South West.“We look forward to a successful partnership through the stadium rebuild over the next two years and beyond. Obviously it is going to be a period of great change and will be exciting to work with Heineken, Butcombe and Thatchers to ensure our fans get the best possible match day experience.”Bruce Welman, Regional Sales Director (SW), Heineken in the UK, said “The new agreement will provide an excellent showcase for our portfolio of market leading long alcoholic drink brands and we are looking forward to working with Bristol Sport to ensure that our products add to the experience and enjoyment of visitors to the Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol.“With a massive development plan already in place plus both Bristol Rugby and Bristol City playing at the stadium this year it is certainly exciting times ahead. Heineken in the UK looks forward to supporting their success both on and off the field in the future.”Butcombe Brewery, winner of the Society of Independent Brewers’ (SIBA) prestigious “Brewer Of The Year 2014” title, will bring its flagship brand of Butcombe Bitter to the stadium. Managing Director Guy Newell said “Butcombe Bitter is the West Country’s most popular bitter, currently pouring in over 1000 pubs and clubs within a 50 mile radius of Bristol. It is great that we can add Ashton Gate to that and bring our brands to both rugby and football fans”.Martin Thatcher, managing director of Thatchers Cider Company commented “The city’s rugby and football clubs are part of Bristol’s great traditions. Around the time that the clubs were starting, my great-grandfather was beginning to make cider just down the road in Sandford. So it’s fitting that we are able to form this partnership with Bristol Sport which values its own heritage as much as we do ours. Wouldn’t it be nice to think that the early Bristol players celebrated their wins with a pint of Thatchers!”last_img read more

first_imgThe authorities said that of the 12 cases associated with the American Airlines (AA) flight 945, which brought 155 persons to the island on July 11, only one person was not a passenger on the flight. “The Chief Medical officer has sent me already, she had discussed with me, and she is saying all the passengers must arrive with a negative COVID PCR test result,” Gonsalves said, adding “they must arrive with proof of reservation in an approved hotel by the Ministry of Health for five nights”. Another AA flight, also from Miami, arrived last Saturday, and health officials said that four cases of COVID-19 were detected among the passengers. “Well you have the 25th to make sure you have your booking because you can’t be sure that we will not suspend the flight for the first weekend in August, the first Saturday. Because persons have not been paying attention. I just want to make this point with crystal clarity… “What has happened is this: in the United States of America and particularly in Florida and other places, there is a big flare up (of COVID-19) and we tightened the protocols on the second flight and we are tightening the protocols on the third flight. “The importance of strict compliance to all isolation and quarantine orders is paramount because it is only by complying with these orders and the use of masks in public places that the spread of COVD-19 can be controlled in St Vincent and the Grenadines.” He said as of Saturday July 25th “the protocol is going to be strengthened so I want everybody to have real advanced notice. He told listeners that passengers will be tested for COVID-19 before they are released from the Ministry of Health-approved hotel and that their quarantine will continue for nine to 16 days in an approved home or a government approved facility after the five nights in a hotel. “When you do that, apart from the question of moral suasion becoming less and less as a tool, you still have to do it, but the law has to be enforced. And if in the United States, we are still having this increase, we will have to stop the planes coming from the United States for the time being…,” Gonsalves said, noting that Barbados had reduced its quota of four JetBlue flights to one a week. KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – The St. Vincent and the Grenadines government has hinted at the possibility of suspending flights from the United States after the island recorded 12 cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) after reopening its borders to international flights. “Because we have to look at the capacity of the epidemiological apparatus that you have, the health workers on the ground to deal with it and very much so, we have to be concerned about the health and safety of those persons who are in St. Vincent and the Grenadines,” Gonsalves said, adding that persons from the United States cannot travel to Canada.center_img On Sunday night, there were 21 active cases of the respiratory illness in the country, including two cases, the origins of which health officials were unsure about and were investigating. Gonsalves said that the Ministry of Health and his government are “privileging persons who are our citizens who want to come home, who have been out there for a long time”, adding that only a few non-nationals arrived on both the July 11 and 18 flights. “We are very much privileging our citizenship,” Gonsalves said, adding that someone had commented that he wants tourists to come to the island. “The truth is this, the tourists are not coming yet. Small numbers, but we are doing this for our nationals because I am very concerned about you being out there but you can’t come but whatever the health people tell you and they give you a document as soon as you come out, you go on a boat and you go to Bequia, you take off your mask and you start to be drinking with everybody at the bar. CMC Gonsalves said that St. Vincent and the Grenadines would continue to allow flights from Canada and that the government only agreed to allow the flight from the United States next Saturday “because people have come here and they left their jobs with the expectation that the flight will go back and others will come and will go back. “So that we have been dealing with this matter in a practical manner, in a practical way and so forth but I have always said that where we have to ramp up restrictions we will ramp them up. And if you want to get home and you can’t get home, you will have a problem because the flights are in danger of being suspended because of this unacceptable conduct. “I want to say this: if persons who are coming home do not follow these protocols, apart from we going to Parliament and putting, as an alternative, the question of the ticketing, to have you fined, then and there, for breaking the quarantine, I want to say this: if persons who return choose not to pay attention to the quarantine, you may push the government to suspending the flights from the United States of America until things improve there,” Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said on a radio programme. “I was advised, I can’t believe this, that three or four persons, males, on the flight coming down on Saturday didn’t want to wear masks. Well, if you don’t want to wear masks, don’t come on the plane.”last_img read more

first_imgGhana and Udinese midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu looks set to face Ac Cesena on Sunday in the Italian Serie A as he has resumed full training with his club, Udinese.The news comes as a relief to the teeming fans of the Senior National Team who have expressed fears the midfielder could miss the forth coming African Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.The 21 year old was ruled out of action for three weeks when he picked a knock early last month during a Uefa Europa League fixture against Celtic at the Stadio Friuli but kicked his first ball on Friday after he begun light training at Udinese’s training grounds later last month.Speaking on Asempa FM’s hot afternoon sports show “fire for fire”, he said he has been screened and declared fit by Udinese’s doctors and available for selection on Sunday against Cesena.“I just finished training with my colleagues and the good news is, I am back to full training and happy to kick my first ball today. I am on my way to the house and I feel very fit, according to my doctors, I can play in Sunday’s match, he said.”The 2009 Africa youth championship gold medalist will join the rest of the Black Stars players in South Africa on Monday for Ghana’s pre-Nations Cup camping in Rustenburg which begins on 7 January and is very optimistic the Black Stars will shine in the AFCON tournament set to kick off on January 21.last_img read more

first_imgiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONCharlotte 107, Portland 85Philadelphia 94, Toronto 89Washington 104, Memphis 101NY Knicks 117, Boston 106Houston 111, Milwaukee 92New Orleans 118, Orlando 98Detroit 118, Atlanta 95Indiana 106, Sacramento 100Golden State 121, Oklahoma City 100NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEWinnipeg 6, Arizona 3Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 1Detroit 6, Boston 5 (SO)Edmonton 4, Florida 3 (OT)San Jose 3, LA Kings 2TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALLOklahoma 89, (8) West Virginia 87 (OT)(10) Florida St. 83, (15) Notre Dame 80(16) Virginia 71, Boston College 54(24) South Carolina 57, (19) Florida 53(20) Cincinnati 81, Temple 74Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

first_imgTis (almost) the season of backyard barbecues, picnics and outdoor potlucks. We gather with friends, or simply migrate to the backyard picnic table for family dinner, and that has me craving the classics: grilled meats, veggies and some creamy starchy sides like macaroni salad. Today, I have the perfect solution for scratching the creamy-side-salad itch while actually getting in some seriously healthy raw veg. Win-win.Creamy Broccoli and Blue Cheese Salad stretches just a smidgen of silky-and-satisfying mayonnaise with some low-fat Greek yogurt, and the resulting salad is creamy, but not cloying. Blue cheese brings a nice sophisticated hit of flavor, and there is just enough to add complexity without being so overboard that kids won’t eat. Well, most anyway: one of my four kiddos deemed this salad “too bluecheesy” for her palate, but I claim 75 percent as a victory here. Because a little blue cheese goes a long way, you get a lot of flavor for your cheese calorie, but feel free to swap for a milder cheese like crumbled feta or even shredded sharp cheddar.The bulk of the salad, though, is brilliantly healthy raw vegetables: broccoli, thinly sliced cabbage and shredded carrots. Halved grapes add the perfect touch of sweetness that takes the salad almost to a slaw, and pairs perfectly with the tangy blue cheese, and red onion. You can spend ten minutes breaking down your own florets, chopping cabbage and grating carrots, or spend an extra dollar to buy them prepped in the produce aisle. Either way, the salad takes minutes to make, and it holds up well for a couple of days in the fridge. Which means leftovers can be brownbagged for lunch the next day no problem. And, you can feel great about having a plethora of one of the most touted health foods out there: simple raw broccoli. CREAMY BROCCOLI AND BLUE CHEESE SALADServings: 6Start to finish: 15 minutesSalad:4 cups small broccoli florets (raw)1/2 small red onion, sliced thinly1 cup shredded carrots1 cup shredded red cabbage1 cup red grapes, sliced in half1/4 cup blue cheese crumblesDressing:1/4 cup lowfat plain Greek yogurt2 tablespoon light mayonnaise2 tablespoons red wine vinegar1 small garlic clove, finely minced or pressed, or 1 teaspoon granulated garlic1/4 teaspoon (or less or more) hot sauce1/2 teaspoon kosher salt1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepperPlace all the salad ingredients into a large bowl. In a small bowl, whisk together the dressing ingredients and taste for seasoning. Pour the dressing onto the salad and toss. Best if chilled for an hour before serving to allow flavors to marry.Nutrition information per serving: 93 calories; 32 calories from fat; 4 g fat (2 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 8 mg cholesterol; 335 mg sodium; 13 g carbohydrate; 3 g fiber; 7 g sugar; 5 g protein.Online: https://www.melissadarabian.net This May, 13, 2017 photo shows a broccoli and blue cheese salad in Coronado, Calif. This dish is from a recipe by Melissa d’Arabian. (Melissa d’Arabian via AP)center_img This May, 13, 2017 photo shows a broccoli and blue cheese salad in Coronado, Calif. This dish is from a recipe by Melissa d’Arabian. (Melissa d’Arabian via AP)last_img read more

first_imgRETRANSMISSION TO CORRECT DAY AND DATE OF DEATH – FILE – In this Oct. 5, 1978 file photo, actors featured in the “Star Wars” movie, from left, Harrison Ford who played Han Solo, Anthony Daniels who played the robot C3P0, Carrie Fisher who played the princess, and Peter Mayhew who played the Wookie, Chewbacca, are shown during a break from the filming of a television special presentation in Los Angeles. Mayhew, who played the rugged, beloved and furry Wookiee Chewbacca in the “Star Wars” films, has died. Mayhew died at his home in north Texas on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 according to a family statement. He was 74. No cause was given. (AP Photo, File)LOS ANGELES  |  Reaction to the death of Peter Mayhew, who played Chewbacca in five “Star Wars” films and was beloved by the franchise’s fans.___“Peter Mayhew was a kind and gentle man, possessed of great dignity and noble character. These aspects of his own personality, plus his wit and grace, he brought to Chewbacca. We were partners in film and friends in life for over 30 years and I loved him. He invested his soul in the character and brought great pleasure to the Star Wars audience.” — Harrison Ford, who starred opposite Mayhew in four “Star Wars” films, in a statement.“He was the gentlest of giants-A big man with an even bigger heart who never failed to make me smile & a loyal friend who I loved dearly-I’m grateful for the memories we shared & I’m a better man for just having known him.” — Mark Hamill, who starred opposite Mayhew in the original “Star Wars” trilogy, via Twitter.“Peter was a wonderful man. He was the closest any human being could be to a Wookiee: big heart, gentle nature.and I learned to always let him win. He was a good friend and I’m saddened by his passing.” — “Star Wars” creator George Lucas, in a statement.“Studying the character he helped create was always a daunting task, but one that was made easier by his tutelage and kindness as we sought to bring Chewbacca to life for a new generation. He was an absolutely one-of-kind gentleman and a legend of unrivaled class and I will miss him.” — Joonas Suotamo, who now plays Chewbacca after serving as his double on “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” via Twitter.“RIP Peter Mayhew. To create a beloved character with warmth and humor is a testament to any actor’s spirit. To do it under a half ton of yak hair takes a true legend.” — Rian Johnson, who directed “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” via Twitter.“We are deeply saddened today by the news of Peter Mayhew’s passing. Since 1976, Peter’s iconic portrayal of the loyal, lovable Chewbacca has been absolutely integral to the character’s success, and to the Star Wars saga itself.” — Lucasfilm chief Kathleen Kennedy, via Twitter.last_img read more

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