27-year-old man arrested in Strabane in relation to dissident republican activity

first_img Google+ Homepage BannerNews Twitter Facebook 27-year-old man arrested in Strabane in relation to dissident republican activity By News Highland – December 17, 2014 Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleLetterkenny chamber warn local businesses of credit card fraudNext articleCouncil to remove the name ‘Derry’ from Guildhall plaque News Highland Police investigating violent dissident republican criminality have arrested a man in county Tyrone.The 27 year-old was detained in the Strabane area.A car has also seized for forensic examination.He has been taken to the serious crime branch at Antrim police station for questioning. 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic center_img Google+ Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Facebook Pinterest Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApplast_img read more

Arsenal star Lucas Torreira reveals ‘dream’ to play for Boca Juniors

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement Arsenal star Lucas Torreira reveals ‘dream’ to play for Boca Juniors Arsenal ace Lucas Torreira ‘dreams’ of playing for Boca Juniors in the future (Picture: Getty)Arsenal star Lucas Torreira has admitted that he has always ‘dreamed’ of playing for Boca Juniors.Torreira, 23, who completed a move from Sampdoria to Arsenal for a fee of around £26 million last summer, has quickly become a fan favourite at the Emirates after an impressive debut campaign under Unai Emery.The Uruguay international will be hoping for a start in the Europa League final against Chelsea on May 29 after making eight appearances in the competition since the start of the season.Though Torreira has no plans to leave Arsenal anytime soon, he has revealed his ambition to join Boca at some stage of his career.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityThe midfielder has supported the Argentinian club since childhood and even traveled to Madrid to watch them lose to River Plate in the Copa Libertadores final back in December.‘One day, I want to play for Boca and wear their shirt,’ he told Fox Sports.‘It’s a dream I have had since I was a little kid. It’s no secret, my family and friends know that. Torreira has had an impressive debut season for Arsenal (Picture: Getty)‘I was with several friends [at the Copa Libertadores final. I did not think I was going to suffer so much, I lived it with a lot of nerves.‘It was not as we wanted, but reaching the final is not for anyone. It was a nice show because I had never had the chance to see Boca.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesAsked about Torreira’s comments, Boca sporting director Nicolas Burdisso replied: ‘Torreira? It is lovely to hear him talk about the club with such affection but he’s just moved to Arsenal and signing him now is impossible.‘It is one of those cases where the player has to make the first move.‘We will wait for the right moment.’MORE: Gareth Bale denied Real Madrid farewell after one final snub from Zinedine Zidane Metro Sport ReporterSunday 19 May 2019 2:47 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.4kShares Commentlast_img read more

O’Brien could face Saxons

first_img O’Brien has not featured for Ireland since damaging his shoulder in the 24-22 autumn Test defeat to New Zealand in November 2013. The 27-year-old was closing in on a playing return after surgery when an infection forced a second operation on the same shoulder. “Eoin’s knee injury is not as bad as first feared, in the last 24 hours he’s seen a massive improvement. “We are hoping that both of those guys will be ready for next week and if they’re not it opens up an opportunity for Isaac Boss and Kieron Marmion to come in. “Cian (Healy is a little further behind Sean (O’Brien), but is doing pretty well.” Murphy revealed Ireland expect Lions fly-half Johnny Sexton to be available for the second round of Six Nations action against France in Dublin on February 14. Sexton is forced to sit out the Italy clash while he completes a 12-week stand-down period enforced by club Racing Metro after four concussions in 12 months. Sexton’s absence leaves Leinster’s Ian Madigan and Munster’s Ian Keatley vying for the starting berth in Rome, with Paddy Jackson also sidelined after elbow surgery. Murphy hinted that Madigan may be handed the fly-half reins for Friday’s Wolfhounds match, having featured mainly at centre for Leinster this term. “He is very nearly ready to go,” said Murphy of Sexton. “Obviously he picked up that injury in France so his club looked after that. “He’s not taking contacts, he can’t take contact until the three months is up and that would be the week of the French match. “Until that time it looks like he is going to be out, but he trained today, did all the handling stuff, all the non-contact training and all the fitness work, so he’s looking very fit and very fresh. “You’d fancy that because he’s been doing all the handling, all the kicking, all that kind of stuff, the contact stuff will fall into place that week.” Murphy admitted Madigan not featuring regularly at fly-half is “definitely an issue” for Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt. The 25-year-old may now start at 10 against the Saxons to ease him through to the Six Nations opener in Rome. “It’s definitely an issue,” said Murphy of Madigan’s limited club time at fly-half. “When he has played there this year he has been pretty good. “Joe (Schmidt) will have to make a decision on that later in the week. “The Saxons match might be an opportunity for Ian Madigan to get a little bit of game time at 10. “Ian Keatley has played loads of rugby at 10; we kind of know where he is.” O’Brien could yet face the Saxons in Cork on Friday night, while Ireland remain confident both Conor Murray and Eoin Reddan will be fit to open the Six Nations in Italy on February 7. “Sean trained fully today (Tuesday), trained last week in Leinster and has taken part in all the sessions,” said Irish Wolfhounds coach Richie Murphy. “There is a possibility that he will be available this week.” While flanker O’Brien could still feature in Cork, his Leinster team-mate Cian Healy’s chances now appear remote. The destructive loosehead prop has battled hamstring problems since September, but like O’Brien, is targeting a Test return during the Six Nations. British and Irish Lions scrum-half Murray continues to battle disc problems in his neck, but Ireland’s skills coach Murphy still tipped him to feature at the Stadio Flaminio on Saturday week. Leinster half-back Reddan damaged knee ligaments in Saturday’s 20-20 Champions Cup draw at Wasps, but Ireland bosses now believe his injury is not as severe as anticipated. “Both guys look like they’ll be fit,” said Murphy of Murray and Reddan’s chances of facing Italy. Sean O’Brien remains in contention to end an injury-plagued 14 months by making a comeback for the Irish Wolfhounds against England Saxons. Press Associationlast_img read more

State Confirms 39 New Cases of Coronavirus; 16 in Broward, 0 in PBC

first_imgThe Florida Department of Health early Sunday announced 39 new cases of the coronavirus in the state, including 16 cases from Broward County and five in Miami-Dade County.No new cases were announced in Palm Beach County, which has five. No cases have yet to be announced in Indian River County, Martin County, Okeechobee County and St. Lucie County.Meanwhile, the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center announced Saturday it is building a medical shelter for its patients.According to a statement, the external medical center will be used to prepare for any potential influx of veterans seeking treatment for coronavirus. The medical center’s “western shelter” is a portable structure that can quickly be set up and can remain in use for weeks to months.It will be set up on the Northeast corner of the medical center’s grounds near Military Trail.Veterans who are concerned they may have symptoms of COVID-19, flu or cold should contact the VISN 8 Clinical Contact Center at (877) 741-3400 before coming to a VA facility.Earlier Saturday, the department announced that a 77-year-old patient from Lee County, who was diagnosed with coronavirus, has died. This is the fourth death of a coronavirus patient from Florida.Three of the 39 new cases statewide announced Sunday are related to domestic travel — two in Hillsborough and one in Pasco counties.In all, there are 100 cases of Florida residents diagnosed in the state.The department also announced that a 17-year-old male from Cuba tested positive in Hillsborough County.The cases in Miami-Dade stand at 13 and 36 in Broward County.These are the new Broward cases:-74-year old male.-48-year old female that is travel related.-19-year old female that is is a travel related case.-19-year old female that is a travel related case.-65-year old male.-20-year old female that is a travel related case.-52-year old female.-63-year old female.-19-year old female that is a travel related case.-30-year old male.-60-year old male.-20-year old female.-19-year old female.-66-year old male.-83-year old male.-20-year old female that is a travel related case.On Saturday Governor DeSantis confirmed that were was evidence of “community spread” in Broward. That means people have been infected with the virus in an area, including some who are not sure how or where they became infected. The six travel-related cases were reported by Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale.“Today, the university learned, and the Broward County Health Department has confirmed, that there is a total of six positive COVID-19 cases involving individuals with an NSU affiliation, all of whom had traveled internationally to Ireland prior to travel restrictions for Europe and the U.K.,” the school said in a release.These are the new Miami-Dade cases:-A 28-year old male.-A 58-year old that is a travel related case.-A 25-year old female that is a travel related case.-A 62-year old male.-A 42-year old male.These are the other cases:-A 55-year old female in Clay County.-A 79-year old female from Connecticut tested positive in Baker County. The epidemiological investigation is ongoing.-A 72-year old female in Lee County.-A 60-year old female in Citrus County.-A male in Duval County.-A 64-year old female in St. Johns County.-A 71-year old male in Volusia County that is a travel related case.-A 48-year old female in Orange Count.-A 70-year old male in Clay County.-A male in Duval County.-A 47-year old male in Hillsborough County that is a domestic travel related case.-A 67-year old male in Pasco County that is a domestic travel related case.-A 32-year old female in Hillsborough County that is a domestic travel related case.-A male in Duval County.-A 65-year old female from New York has tested positive for COVID-19 in Alachua County. The epidemiological investigation is ongoing.-A 76-year old male in Collier County.-A 28-year old male in Collier County.Early Saturday, three more cases of coronavirus in Palm Beach County were positively confirmed, among 25 new ones in the state, the Florida Department of Health announced just after midnight Saturday.The Florida Department of Health announced early Saturday the third death was a 68-year-old Orange County, Florida, woman who died in California. She tested positive in California after traveling to Asia.The Florida Department of Health recommends all individuals experiencing symptoms, who have recently traveled through Port Everglades, to immediately contact their County Health Department or health care provider and self-isolate for 14 Days.This is a developing story.last_img read more

COMPUTER PROGRAMMER WHO LEFT WOMAN TERRIFIED AFTER BREAK-IN PAYS VICTIM €500

first_imgA computer programmer who broke into a woman’s flat in Letterkenny leaving her terrified has been ordered to pay his victim €500.Cheevers left woman terrified after break-in to flat.Conal Cheevers, 37,  broke into the woman’s flat at Apartment 2, Greenfield, Pearse Road by smashing the bathroom window and removed cosmetics on May 2nd last. After hearing the noise, the terrified woman called Gardai and Cheevers, of Bru na Grudan, Castletroy, Co Limerick was caught nearby.The woman appeared at Letterkenny District Court and told Judge Paul Kelly that she was “still scared staying there at night.”Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said his client, who was charged wit trespassing, had an unblemished record, was extremely drunk on the night and couldn’t remember breaking into the flat.Judge Kelly ordered Cheevers to pay a total of €750 – €250 for the broken window and a further €500 to the victim.He then dismissed the charges.COMPUTER PROGRAMMER WHO LEFT WOMAN TERRIFIED AFTER BREAK-IN PAYS VICTIM €500 was last modified: May 19th, 2015 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:break-inConal CheeversdonegalflatLetterkenny Courttrespasslast_img read more

Warriors, 128, Hawks, 111: Warriors All-Stars at their best

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or video on a mobile deviceSubscribe to the Mercury News and East Bay Times for $40 a year and receive a free Warriors championship coffee table book.ATLANTA — Once Stephen Curry stepped on the court, a few things changed.The basket became wider and the floor became bigger. The Warriors suddenly played with joy and with ball movement. And Warriors coach Steve Kerr went from critiquing his coaching toward jokingly gushing about it …last_img read more

Play Your Part TV series coming soon

first_imgThe new Play Your Part television series will be broadcast from 26 August on SABC 2. Launched on Wednesday, it explores active citizenship in South Africa.Brand South Africa’s Sithembile Ntombela, Katie Mohamed of Brand Fusion, Kabelo Mabalane of Shout for a Safer South Africa and Linda Magapatona-Sangaret, also of Brand South Africa, at the media launch of the Play Your Part television series on 23 August 2017. (Images: Mathiba Molefe)Melissa JavanThe first episode of the new Play Your Part television series would be aired on Saturday, 26 August 2017 on SABC 2, Brand South Africa said yesterday at the show’s media launch in Johannesburg, at the SABC’s Radiopark.WatchThe television series made its debut in June 2014.Guests such as actor and musician Kabelo Mabalane – the show’s host – shared their behind-the-scenes experiences. The TV series aims to inspire South Africans to make a difference in their communities.Brand South Africa said the Play Your Part show would offer viewers an inspirational insight into the world of active citizenship and volunteerism by profiling South Africans across the country who were doing extraordinary things to change people’s lives for the better.We can all play our part through our small efforts and initiatives. #GetInvolved pic.twitter.com/YQJ3zBBIRr— Play Your Part (@PlayYourPartSA) August 23, 2017Every person should build the nation brandDr Kingsley Makhubela, Brand South Africa CEO, said the responsibility of building the country’s nation brand was not just in the hands of the government and Brand South Africa. “Civil society, ordinary people play a fundamental role in building a nation’s brand.”The television series was going “to expose the talent we have in terms of building the nation’s brand, building the country”, he said.Dr Kingsley Makhubela, Brand South Africa CEO, says it is the role of every South African to build the country’s nation brand.It was important to come up with solutions to the country’s issues, said Makhubela. “We urge you to do a good share in building the country’s nation brand.” He thanked the SABC Foundation for collaborating with Brand South Africa in broadcasting the message about the role people needed to play within their communities.Behind-the-scenesKabelo Mabalane is the co-founder of the initiative Shout for a Safer South Africa, a movement against crime and violence. It also promotes active citizenship.Show host Mabalane said it was a privilege to be part of the show. “Sometimes we had to travel far. Every time I met these [active citizens] I would leave feeling inspired to be a better person. Another feeling I experienced was gratitude.“Imagine if you woke up and got to keep only the things you were grateful for the night before. Some would wake up with nothing at all.”Mabalane is a Play Your Part ambassador.Shalate Teffo of the children’s home Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng is happy that her mother, Asnath, is getting a voice through the Play Your Part TV series. The organisation will be featured on the television show.There are 26 episodes in the series. Chef Mogau Seshoene of The Lazy Makoti features in one, in which she speaks about how her business is preserving the heritage and culture of South Africa. “I have mammas from rural areas and townships who give cooking classes of traditional food recipes.”Seshoene was excited about the show. “I’m interested to see who else features in the television series.“I think Play Your Part is a great initiative; it’s a great way to motivate people – whatever it is you are doing in your little corner can have an impact on the country.”Guests at the launch:Entrepreneur Sabelo Masinga with Geraldine Engelman from Ster-Kinekor Theatres and Dorcas Dube from Partners for Possibility.Brand South Africa CEO Dr Kingsley Makhubela with researchers Jan Wegelin of African Response and Dr Petrus de Kock of Brand South Africa.Brand South Africa’s Rabia Metedad (left) and Tshepiso Malele (right) with Mpange Chapeshamano of Avatar Agency.Thobile Mushwana, a Play Your Part ambassador, with Sithembile Ntombela of Brand South Africa.Tshiamo Tladi of Polar X and Mogau Seshoene of The Lazy Makoti.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

Trailer: Randeep Hooda as Raja Ravi Varma in Rang Rasiya

first_imgAfter the success of his film Kick and Highway, Randeep Hooda is back again with a film of completely different genre. The trailer of his much delayed film Rang Rasiya is out.The film depicts the love story of Indian painter Raja Ravi Varma and his muse Sugandha Bai played by Nandana Sen. The trailer looks intimate and artistic.Produced by Jayantilal Gada of PEN India, Rang Rasiya is directed by Ketan Mehta of Mangal Pandey fame.Randeep is sporting a thick moustache while doe-eyed Nandana Sen looks beautiful in the trailer.Randeep took to Twitter to announce the release of the film’s trailer. He tweeted, “Raja Ravi Varma gave face to our Gods, sari as our national garment and was the guru of the father of Indian cinema..”Produced by Jayantilal Gada of PEN India, Rang Rasiya is directed by Ketan Mehta of Mangal Pandey fame and will release on October 23.last_img read more

(Reopens DEL 50)

first_imgCongress chief spokesman Randeep Surjewala said Vadra had pointedly declined to be included in the no frisking list and had emphatically requested the government to remove his name. “By issuing an order in hindsight, Modi government is attempting to create an issue out of non-issue for malicious reasons,” he added. PTI SPG ZMNlast_img

Family of KUSIs Mark Mathis on scene during Florida high school shooting

first_imgFamily of KUSI’s Mark Mathis on scene during Florida high school shooting 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsThe tragedy in Florida hit little too close to home for KUSI’s Mark Mathis.Mark’s sister has three children who all attend the high school where the shooting took place.KUSI’s Allen Denton had the opportunity to speak to Susan Mathis Siren, Mark’s sister, about what her children experienced. Posted: February 14, 2018 Updated: 8:20 AM February 14, 2018 , Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more