Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ LATEST STORIES For their part, the Marcelino brothers said that they are just doing what coach Topex Robinson has been asking from them, which is to provide the energy for the squad whenever they’re on the floor.“We’re happy that we’ll experience the Final Four in our rookie year, but we won’t stop working until we get our goal, which is the championship,” said Jaycee.Jayvee agreed, saying, “We’ll always work hard whenever we’re on the floor so that we’ll be an energetic team. We’ll continue working hard.”And that’s exactly what Perez wants from the Pirates: to continue striving for greatness.“We’re already there, but we still have to continue doubling the effort in our practice and in our games,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Lyceum will next brace for Emilio Aguinaldo College on Tuesday. /je Manila to host four ONE events in 2018 Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson “It doesn’t work that way. We may be 13-0, but that’s not a guarantee that we’ll be the champion,” he said after the Pirates escaped Perpetual, 94-83 on Thursday.The victory kept Lyceum unscathed and helped it achieve its first ever Final Four appearance with five games still left in its eliminations schedule.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogPerez remains the fulcrum to the Pirates’ success, but the energetic forward would rather share the spotlight to his teammates, especially to the Marcelino twins Jaycee and Jayvee.“Playing with these guys, my job just gets easier because the focus isn’t on me every time. They are really big on offense and defense and I don’t get tired because of them,” he said. In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide DAY6 is for everybody Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene MOST READ Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netMaking it to the playoffs is one thing. Winning the championship is another.And CJ Perez knows that Lyceum’s 13-0 record doesn’t guarantee anything, especially the NCAA Season 93 title.ADVERTISEMENT It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award How to help the Taal evacuees Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
Who defines the standards for peace? It’s definitely not those who were perpetrators of conflicts, it is in, in reality the innocent bystanders and those severely affected by the conflicts. A violent person is a threat to his/her community and the attitude of if it’s not your fault it should not be your problem should not only be dropped by young people but should be renounced by all.Messengers of Peace (MOP)-Liberia condemns any form of violent demonstration. We see violent actions as erosions to gains in youth’s employment and empowerment programs as well as an attack on the Liberian investment and human security. There are so many benefits in peaceful negotiations. We believe in open dialogues and consultations in mediation and conflict resolutions. Without exemption, everyone should strive for a peaceful society.This week, we present a dynamic young teenager — Ms. Clinylon Nah. Talking of starting early, Clinylon is surely an inspiration to many young people of her cohort and she has a special message for all young people. The engagement as well as the aspirations of young people in volunteerism for peace is a powerful demonstration of solidarity in action to achieve our shared value in building a better Liberia.-Gwendolyn Myers, Executive Director, MOP-Liberia-Read on:My name is Clinylon Nah; I am 17-year-old student of the St Edward catholic school. I live in Logan Town, Monrovia.I was motivated to be a volunteer peace messenger because of the way I see my fellow young friend in Liberia being used by adults to carry out violent acts. These acts lead to the destruction of public and private properties. I see Messengers of Peace-Liberia, as an organization that has invested significant resources to enhance the leadership qualities of young people in peace advocacy. MOP-Liberia educates young and old people alike about peace-related activities.As a young peace messenger, I’ve been involved in many peace advocacy programs. Amongst which are mediation in conflict between my school mates, support peace education efforts and the ‘dollar-for-peace concert’ on the growth of 20 Peace Clubs to 50 in Liberia.In my school I am not only a peace messenger but also a health club member, who conducts health-related outreach programs in the school.The message I have for my fellow youths out there is don’t allow yourselves to be used like tools to carry out violence. Perpetrators of violence do not in any way help the growth and development of young people. We need our elders to provide quality education and sound pieces of advice to young people and not to use them to do destroy basic healthcare facilities and food security. All these are essential for harmony among us because we (young people) are the future for tomorrow.MOP-Liberia is helping me by strengthening my participation in peacebuilding. I want every young person to get involved. There should be no exemption. Education for peace will help us acquire the value and knowledge to develop the knowledge, attitudes, behavior and skills that will enable us to live in harmony with ourselves and the world at-large.I want to encourage young people of Liberia to stay away from extreme behavior that will cause us hindrance in the future. Let us put on non-violent characters to save our country and the world. We have been used, long enough, as instruments of violence by some greedy and selfish people who have no interest in developing us for the future. We can, and must create the path to peace. Let us join hands with well-meaning organizations in the advocacy of non-violence approach. Let us use the spirit of volunteerism to obtain our goal to see Liberia a better and peaceful place to live.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Links Golf Club hosted the final event of the 2017 Interclub Championship this past Sunday.The Interclub Championship is a competition between members of Lone Wolf, Lakepoint, Farmington Fairways, Moberly Lake and Fort St. John Links golf clubs. Sunday’s event was the fifth of 5 separate events where golfers play in matches to earn points for their club.Defending champs Lone Wolf lead the whole season, and went into Sunday’s match with a 9-point lead over Farmington Fairways. Although Farmington tried to close the gap, they weren’t able to and ended up finishing 2nd behind Lone Wolf for the second straight year.- Advertisement -Lone Wolf’s General Manager Dave Callum said that he’s excited about the renewed enthusiasm for the Interclub Championship in the last couple years. “Our members come out in full force to these events, it’s a point of pride for our club,” said Callum. “Even though we weren’t able to send many to the events in August due to conflicting tournaments, we were still able to defend our 2016 title. I can hardly wait for the 2018 season!”
SANTA CLARITA – The Castaic Lake Water Agency and the Newhall County Water District boards are holding a final public hearing tonight on the draft document projecting regional water supply and demand until 2030. The two water agencies will review – and consider adoption of – the final draft of the 2005 Urban Water Management Plan, which offers planners a 25-year water supply estimate and how much development it could sustain. Mary Lou Cotton, the CLWA’s water resources manager, said the revised plan now includes amended data and changes suggested by officials at the September meeting. “We incorporated the addendum materials and just updated and verified some of the tech language and numbers on the table,” she said Tuesday. “We don’t expect any substantive changes.” Required by state law to be updated every five years, the document also has contingency plans for drought and disasters, including levee breaches on the California Aqueduct, which now supplies more than half of the area’s water. By 2030, the Santa Clarita Valley’s population could increase some 70 percent to more than 428,000, and demand could jump from the current 89,300 acre-feet per year to 138,300 acre-feet per year. An acre-foot is the amount of water required to cover one acre one foot deep, or 325,851 gallons. Meantime, local water supply from all current sources – including allocations from the State Water Project, groundwater and recycled sources – is projected at 125,680 acre-feet for 2030. Proposed transfer deals, water-banking programs and decontamination of polluted wells could add about 86,700 acre-feet. But some challenge the accuracy of the estimates. Groups including the Planning and Conservation League argued officials overstated supply in the water plan. The Urban Water Management Plan has attract controversy. Environmental groups sued CLWA over the 2000 plan, claiming it relied on contaminated water and other uncertain sources. A Kern County Superior Court judge found no wrongdoing, but the state Court of Appeal invalidated the plan, saying it failed to address local groundwater contamination by perchlorate – a rocket fuel chemical. Officials have said cleanup could begin next year, and the 2005 plan has been revised to address it. A copy of the final draft is available online at www.clwa.org/about/publications.cfm. Eugene Tong, (661) 257-5253 email@example.com IF YOU GO: The joint meeting of the Castaic Lake Water Agency and Newhall County Water District boards will be held at 7 tonight at the CLWA headquarters, 27234 Bouquet Canyon Road, Saugus. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Hippos captain Shaban Muhammad battles with Lesotho defender Monaheng Rama. Courtesy photo.FOOTBALL–Lesotho will face South Africa in the finals of the 2017 COSAFA U-20 Championship on Saturday after eliminating Uganda.The development was confirmed on Thursday evening after the two semi final matches played at the Arthur Davies stadium in Kitwe.A 10-man South African side won 1-0 over Egypt with Luvuyo Mkatshana scoring the lone strike 4 minutes to the half time break.Lehlogonolo Matlou was sent off after a second bookable offenceUganda U-20 team bowed out in painful style, losing 6-5 in post match penalties to Lesotho in a rain laden fixture.This followed a goal-less draw in normal time. Frank Tumwesigye, Abdallah Kasule and team captain Muhammed Shaban got close to scoring for Uganda.In the tense shoot out, Geofrey Wasswa, Shafiq Kagimu, Julius Poloto, Pius Obuya and Allan Okello converted with success whilst Vipers’ midfielder Mujahid ‘Baden’ Ogama blasted his kick high of the goal posts.Uganda will now play Egypt in the third place play off match on Saturday before the main match of the tournament – the final, when South Africa takes on Lesotho.Lesotho will play in their third final after previous appearances in 1990 and 2005, but are seeking their first championship win.South Africa are five-time winners and could join Zimbabwe on six with victory in the final.Pic. Hippos captain, Shaban Muhammad battling with Lesotho defender Monaheng RamaComments
The Buncrana community is one of three pilot regions included in the roll out of a new Community Paramedic Project. The ‘Co-operation and Working Together’ cross-border initiative was launched to enable paramedics to provide safe and effective care to patients in their homes and communities.The project allows paramedics to broaden the routine healthcare services they provide and help to improve rural urgent medical services. Since commencement, it has already reduced unnecessary ambulance transports to emergency departments. In addition, the EU funding of €1.1 million is being used to invest in new rapid response vehicles for the pilot areas in the three ambulance regions.Pictured in front of the Rapid Response Vehicle are (from left to right): Brian McNeill, Director of Operations, NI Ambulance Service; Bernie McCrory, Chief Officer, CAWT cross border health; Wendy Quinn, Head of Service, Scottish Ambulance Service; Tony O’Brien, Director General, HSE; Sean Murphy, General Manager, Letterkenny University Hospital and Martin Dunne, Director, National Ambulance Service (Rep of Ireland).These vehicles are fitted out specifically to provide care to patients in their homes or their community. This means that, within the pilot areas, more patients can be treated at home instead of having to be transported by ambulance to hospital emergency departments.This new collaboration between the three national ambulance services of Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland has been warmly welcomed and has resulted in the establishment of Community Paramedic services in Ireland and Northern Ireland.Pictured (from left to right) are: Bridget Clarke and Louise Potts, Cross Border CAWT Acute Project; Brian McNeill, Director of Operations, NI Ambulance Service; Bernie McCrory, Chief Officer, CAWT cross border health; Martin Dunne, Director, National Ambulance Service (Rep of Ireland); Wendy Quinn, Head of Service, Scottish Ambulance Service; Sean Murphy, General Manager, Letterkenny University Hospital and Michael Rooney, HSE.Community Paramedics associated with this project are undergoing specialised training accredited by Glasgow Caledonian University. EU INTERREG VA funding of €1.1 million was secured for the project for an 18 month period. The four pilot localities include Buncrana, Co. Donegal and Clones, Co. Monaghan in the border region of Ireland, Castlederg, Co Tyrone in Northern Ireland and the Argyle & Bute region in SW Scotland.Buncrana benefits from €1.1M Community Paramedic Project was last modified: April 13th, 2018 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)
Redding >> The Red Bluff High football team knows full well just how good Shasta has been this year. The Wolves demolished the Spartans 42-7 back on Sept. 1 to set the trend for a 10-1 season and No. 1 overall seed in the Northern Section Division II playoffs. After a 49-0 win over Foothill Friday in the D-II semifinals, Shasta will play for its first title since 1988 at home Saturday against second-seeded Chico (8-3) at Thompson Field in Redding.Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. and fans attending …
OAKLAND — After planting his right foot, DeMarcus Cousins leaped as powerful and high as his 6-foot-11, 270-pound frame would allow him. Then, the Warriors center towered over Lakers second-year forward Kyle Kuzma.Finally, the Warriors’ fans had something to cheer about in a game that previously lacked energy. Finally, Cousins’ teammates had something to make them play harder. So, Cousins could not help but stare down Kuzma after the vicious slam.The Warriors considered that play midway …
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Legendary jazz musician Hugh Masekela speaks about Africa Day and states his wish for an all year commemoration of the unification of Africans. The South African musician also says Africa would do well to eradicate its internal borders. Watch this video. Click arrow to play video.