Deputy Joe McHugh says there is no guarantee over Carn hospital

first_img Previous articleD-day for North west Fleadh bidNext articleDerry to host All-Ireland Fleadh in 2013 News Highland Deputy Joe McHugh says there is no guarantee over Carn hospital By News Highland – January 28, 2012 WhatsApp Google+ HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Facebook Pinterest Fine Gael Deputy Joe McHugh says that while their can be no guarantee given that Carndonagh Community Hospital won’t close, it is essential that it remains open.Over 400 people packed the Colgan Hall in Carndonagh last night over fears that the facility faces closure.The facility has 30 patients and recently had its number of beds reduced – It is argued that the hospital provides key services for locals and eases pressure on Letterkenny General Hospital as it provides a step down service.That is a view shared by Deputy Joe McHugh:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/joerawcarn.mp3[/podcast] Twitter Pinterest Google+center_img Newsx Adverts Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal last_img read more

Salina Speedway set for opening night this Friday

first_imgBy John Lowery SALINA, Kan. – It’s been a long off season for many tracks. Salina Speedway is one of those tracks that spent the off-season working hard to make racing experience better for both the racers and the fans. This Friday night, April 25, all of the hard work in the off season will pay off as the first of 24 dates kicks off just after 7:15 p.m. Salina Speedway hosts the best of the best when it comes to dirt track racing on a weekly basis. There are seven classes that comprise the weekly show:BMS IMCA Modifieds, M&H Motors IMCA Northern Sport Mods, Budweiser IMCA Hobby Stocks BSB Manufacturing Late Models, sanctioned by the Nesmith Crate Late Model Series in 2014, Coors Light Street Stocks, AutoHouse Towing Mod Lites and the T&R Dirt Construction Mini Stocks. Each division will battle it out every week to see who can end up in the Xtreme Motorsports Victory Lane.The class of race cars aren’t the only attractions at Salina Speedway, as the drivers add just as much character. All 2013 champions will be back to defend their titles this season. Delbert Smith will be ready to take on any and all comers in the Late Model division, Joe Cleveland, the two-time defending champion, is ready to defend his hard-fought IMCA Modified championship, one of the toughest competitors around is Tyler Frye in the Northern SportMods and Mike Trasowsky will see plenty of competition as he tries to repeat in the IMCA Hobby Stock class. Duane Toyne, Justin Kinderknecht and Brian Dunsworth are other returning champions that will look for another title. Each champion will find the going tough in 2014 as the competition has gotten stronger since a year ago. Salina Speedway has made a lot of track improvements in the off season that will be evident on opening night, but the fans might be hoping for a new promotion to be put into effect every single race night.Beginning in 2014 if there are 1,500 fans in attendance on a given race night the following week fans will be given half priced admission. That means $5 will get you into see the greatest show on dirt. In this tough economy, promoter Tommy Hendrickson and his staff wanted to go above and beyond to help the fans out. This promotion should get everyone fired up about saving money and getting to see great racing. This is only the first promotion of the year, fans will have to wait and see what will follow this one. Hendrickson didn’t forget the racers this season either as he put together the Scoggin-Dickey Chevrolet Crate Challenge for drivers competing in the three IMCA divisions. A driver who races the entire season minus one race for 2014 season will be eligible to win a free 604 crate motor (Modifieds) or a free 602 crate motor (Northern SportMods/Hobby Stocks) to be given away at the year end banquet. The drivers who win the crate motors will also have to be at the banquet but that is a small price to pay for taking home a brand new power plant!Racing action gets started Fridays with hot laps at 7:15 p.m. and the racing action goes green shortly after the completion of hot laps.Ticket prices are $10 for adults and seniors 55 and over are just $5. All active and retired military personnel get into the grandstand free as do kids 15 and under when accompanying a paid adult. Fans wanting to get the 411 on Salina Speedway just need to stay logged in t0 www.racesalinaspeedway.com. As fans visit the site take a look at the 2014 schedule to see what classes are running, great stories and results and sign up for the text a email blasts. You can also like the Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/SalinaSpeedway or follow on Twitter @SalinaSpeedway1. Salina Speedway is located at 2841 South Burma Road, Salina, Kan., 67401. If you more questions or would like to see about becoming more involved at Salina Speedway call 785 292-9220.last_img read more

11 countries, 60 Foreign Marathoners to Participate in Okpekpe Race

first_imgAdibe Emenyonu in Benin CitySixty foreign marathoners, from 11 countries, are expected to participate in this year edition of the Okpekpe 10km road race in Edo slated for May 13. The Director of Organisation, Mr Zackery Moudu, at a press briefing in Benin City, disclosed this, noting that the expected foreign athletes are Gold label.He said it was part of strategies to make the road race get a Gold label.According to him, this year edition, which is the 5th edition, had been improved upon technologically, to curb the issue of cheating as well as enable fans of the athletes to monitor the performance of their athletes.Moudu who listed some of the expected countries to include Kenya, Morroco, Eritea and Ethiopia, also said some athletes from Europe and Asia countries would be participating in the road race.He also said as part of plan to improve on the standard of the race, accreditation of the expected athletes and other participants, would commenced two days before the race, instead of the usual one day race plan.The Director of Organisation said lot of awareness was going to be created for the 5th edition of the Okpekpe road race.“It is going to be a week long event and the aim is to create much awareness for the race.“We however expected our foreign participants for the race to start arrive the country on May 11, while accreditation will take place from May 11 to May 12, instead of the usual one day to the event.“We also want to use this race to work towards achieving Gold label for the race, for this reason, most of the athletes we expecting for this race are Gold label,” he stated.Meanwhile, Edo state Deputy Governor, Mr Philip Shaibu, who was at the briefing, appealed to sport men and women to shun the use of performance enhancing drugs for sporting activities.He said sports is all about discipline and said integrity must be brought into it by avoiding cheating through the use of drug.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

LA Clippers now looking to get it right

first_imgBut, there was also the future.While Doc Rivers sat at the podium following the three-point loss Friday night, he said there’s not much of a mourning period, at least not for him.“Oh I never stop thinking about improving the team,” he said. “I think about it every game, every day, so that doesn’t change for me. Literally every game when I’m coaching I’m watching too. I watch and read, and we’ll be ready.”Rivers, who said he likes the talent level on his team multiple times before and after Friday’s game, was true to his word.As he walked out of Moda Center, he vented about the inability to get things just right.“We’ve got to,” he said.The most logical addition will be on the wing, but that’s been something the team’s tried to address in each of Rivers’ offseasons at the helm.The team drafted Reggie Bullock, re-signed Matt Barnes, acquired Jared Dudley, signed Hedo Turkoglu, signed Chris Douglas-Roberts and traded for Lance Stephenson in an effort to figure things out at that position. None of those players are currently with the team.That’ll have to be addressed.The futures of free agents Jamal Crawford, Luc Mbah a Moute, Cole Aldrich, Austin Rivers and Green all need to be figured out. Paul Pierce may or may not retire.You’d think those would be things that Doc Rivers would think about in the upcoming weeks, when the NBA playoffs wind down and the offseason picks up, and you’d be right. He’ll think about it then.But, as he headed out of Moda Center on Friday night, he was thinking about it too.Whether it’s a Sprite or the next roster addition, moving on to the next thing is the only thing the Clippers can do now. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error For the first time in months, Green tasted Sprite.Summer had started.That’s how quickly everything can change.Minutes before, Green and the Clippers were on the court at Moda Center, undermanned but full of fight. It was a brutal game, with the Clippers getting, somehow, even more banged up. But, they survived, just coming up short.There were lots of tears, lots of frustration with the opportunity that escaped them.center_img PORTLAND >> Everywhere you looked, the Clipper season was being torn down around them.The video equipment was packed up and headed out of the arena, the uniforms were gathered and the locker room was emptying out of players.Jeff Green, already dressed, sat in front of his locker quietly eating dinner. He opened a bottle, chugging nearly half.“So good,” he said with satisfaction on his face.last_img read more

SA’s social investment exchange

first_imgIn June 2006, South Africa launched a different kind of “stock exchange” – at the time only the second of its kind in the world – to facilitate investment in selected social investment projects.The South African Social Investment Exchange (Sasix) gives philanthropists a centralised way of keeping track of how effectively their donations are being used. Sasix opened with an initial offering of 16 selected “social profit” projects available to the public as investment opportunities with a social return in the form of improving lives.By February 2007, the exchange had attracted some R2.4-million for its projects, which had grown in number to 31 – twenty of them fully funded.“Unlike other ‘do-good’ efforts, these carefully chosen projects have been scrutinised as thoroughly as any company listing on a formal stock exchange,” Sasix said at its launch.“Budgets, project plans and expected outcomes have been assessed in an intensive due diligence process and the expected results carefully analysed. In this way, the returns that accrue to society, while not of a financial nature, can be measured by the way the completed project actually changes people’s lives.”The first such “stock exchange” was the Social Stock Exchange launched by Brazil’s Bovespa stock exchange in 2003.Sasix is an initiative of the Greater Good South Africa Trust, with support from Noah Financial Innovation’s Broking for Good Foundation.Towards a dynamic ‘social capital market’“As is the case elsewhere in the world, South Africa’s current social capital market is not particularly dynamic,” Greater Good South Africa founder Tamzin Ractliffe said at Sasix’s launch.“People tend to support what they know best, which typically means the better known ‘charity’ brands, even though there are so many other non-profit organisations doing great work and being extremely worthy of support.“We hope to make these organisations, many of whom are providing innovative solutions to social problems, more visible, facilitating their access to a responsive, dynamic social capital market that sees social capital flowing to exceptional social investments that demonstrate their social profit.”“Social shares” in Sasix projects cost R50 each, with projects falling into the fields of early childhood education and development; orphans and vulnerable children; food security; enterprise development; basic healthcare; environment and conservation; and animal protection.A prospectus is printed quarterly and detailed project proposal profile documents are available on the Sasix website.Investors – who can choose to invest in one project or a portfolio of projects – can purchase shares online or through the offices of the Greater Good South Africa Trust.Performance-based investmentsIf, for instance, a non-profit organisation needs to raise R75 000 for a particular purpose, 1 500 shares costing R50 each will be allocated, Sasix explains on its website. “Once the entire allocation has been taken up, the project is closed to further investment and the work is implemented.”At the end of the “social investment cycle”, Greater Good South Africa provides a project performance report that includes an analysis of the achieved outcomes versus the forecast, as well as an assessment of the lessons learned.“Sasix is unique in that all its investors are able to choose discrete, time-bound and performance-based investments in projects that are meaningful and tangible to them,” says Ractliffe.“The provision of clear, accurate and concise information, before and after, means that they know exactly how their investment will be used, and exactly what kind of social impact, social profit, their investment generates.”From ‘non-profit’ to ‘social profit’“The concept of a social investment ‘stock exchange’ represents a shift in thinking that moves beyond the idea of charity, or of corporate social responsibility as a means whereby businesses ‘pay something back’, to a 21st century idea of committed investment in accountable development projects that yield measurable achievements, specifically a ‘social profit’ that can be measured by how lives have changed for the better.It is with this in mind that Ractliffe suggests that non-profit organisations are better described as “social profit” organisations.“‘Non-profit’ is negative in the sense that it implies no value. In reality, non-profit organisations do, can and should deliver significant value to society.“The impact of the words ‘non-profit’ is that it can lead to low expectations all round,” says Ractliffe. “A business doesn’t necessarily expect decisive and measurable results from its corporate social investment as long as they are ‘doing good work’, and the non-profit organisation can succumb to this low level of expectation and not be accountable for delivering on its social mission.“The concept of a social profit organisation demands far greater performance and accountability.”SouthAfrica.info reporterArticle last updated: April 2007 Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

Youth to speak out at COP 17

first_img25 November 2011Youngsters from four South African schools will get the opportunity of a lifetime when they participate in the Youth Climate Negotiation session at the Climate Change Response Expo during COP 17.The expo forms part of the events around the 17th Conference of the Parties (COP 17) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which starts in Durban on Monday.The Youth Climate Negotiation session on 28 November, hosted by the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), will include selected delegates representing various sectors looking to draft a South African Durban Youth Protocol.Desire Kosciulek, youth development officer at the SAIIA, said the UNFCCC has confirmed SAIIA’s youth side-event. On 29 November, the youth will go on to present the South African Durban Youth Protocol at COP 17.“As the only South African youth programme (especially involving high school learners, teachers, and university students) officially part of the proceedings inside COP 17, we believe this is a particularly important opportunity for the voice of young South Africans to be heard,” said Kosciulek.BuaNews chatted to four of the youngsters who will be at COP 17 and are passionate about saving the environment.Climate change and water scarcityMbali Mazibuko, who attends the National School of the Arts in Johannesburg, feels it is her responsibility to educate others at home and school about climate change. At the Youth Protocol, she will assume the role of an African environmental activist.“My topic is that of climate change and fresh water,” said Mazibuko. “We need to join in our capacity as members of the youth and combat climate change which affects fresh water resources. As we negotiate, I will try everything in my power to ensure that fresh water scarcity is dealt with.”The youngster said it was a great honour to be able take part in one of the most significant conferences. “We have been tasked with a great responsibility, as the youth of South Africa at the Youth Climate negotiations at COP 17.”Mazibuko said young citizens needed to be reached through a media with which they are comfortable.“Television advertisements and radio seem to be the trendy aspects of their lives but social networks would be the most successful. More initiatives need to be made available and an interest in ‘go green’ projects should be created.”Art is one way in which Mazibuko will communicate her messages. “Generation Earth is a ‘go green’ organisation in many schools and Mark Mohan, who is the president of the Generation Earth at the National School of the Arts, is working on ways to further create interest.“Our school specialises in art and we could have plays on the environmental impact that climate change has. A series of art works showing what Mother Earth will look like a few years from now could be successfully done,” she said.She also plans on organising more debates on environmental sustainability.‘Changing light bulbs is not enough’KwaZulu-Natal pupil Gabriel Adderley attends Wykeham Collegiate and firmly believes government and policy makers need to be challenged on climate change issues, and “changing light bulbs and short showers is not enough”.“It’s exciting to be part of something that’s big and involves such an international range of people. Climate issues are featuring more and more in the media and developing an eco-conscience is becoming necessary for corporate bodies and governments to promote their public image,” said Adderley.She is encouraged by the number of youth-inspired action plans such as climate camps and moving-planet bicycle rallies.Adderley will be traveling to Europe in 2012 to experience some of the “progressive environmental attitudes that some countries have adopted”.“The public transport, alternative fuels and energy, bio-intensive farming methods, ecological housing developments are all in very dense urban environments. South Africa has such great physical space to develop these ideas. I think we have such a creative potential as a country,” she said.‘It’s all of our problem’Nabeel Allie-Ebarhim from Rondebosch Boys’ High School in the Western Cape will be busy formulating and presenting the South African Durban Youth Protocol.“My contribution to the protocol will be to represent the views and perspectives of the fossil fuel industry because the purpose of this all, in my belief, is to find a win-win situation, and the fossil fuel sector forms part of that equation,” Allie-Ebarhim said.He believes a change in attitude will contribute to the climate change fight.“[The youth] need to have a change in attitude. In South Africa we have a history of youth taking a stand for what is right, and I believe this mentality will benefit us in the battle against climate change,” he said.Allie-Ebarhim will continue to raise awareness in his community, hoping to eradicate an apathetic mindset.“It’s not just the president or the minister of environmental affairs’ problem. This earth belongs to all of us, and therefore we all need to play our part in maintaining it.”Raising the voice of subsistence farmersAfrican Leadership Academy student Matjie Lillian Maboya is looking forward to interacting with people who lead major climate change action programs.“It means an opportunity to learn from and share climate change knowledge with people from around the world. I will be raising the voices of subsistence farmers. I will highlight the challenges they face due to climate change and ways in which they would like our leaders to support them through policy changing or relevant intervention strategies,” Maboya explained.Inspired by the likes of the late environmental activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Wangari Maathai, Maboya believes that one of the most effective ways to address climate issues is by massive grassroots action.“Young people can work on community projects that include mandating rainwater harvesting in townships, urban and rural areas… young people need to take the lead to educate people in their communities about these issues,” she said.Maboya said young South Africans can explore the area of research – as there is still a lot of work to be done in gathering data about how climate change is affecting even the smallest of townships in the country.“Also with the research, local-based solutions need to be devised and implemented. If our youth can lead such initiatives, then this issue will gain more momentum as all citizens would be aware of immediate and long-term impacts. We should not always wait for global research organisations to tell us about what is happening in our own micro-environments,” she said.Maboya is involved in research and the implementation of strategies of how various local-based sustainable projects can be scaled up in townships and rural South Africa and other parts of the continent.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

Story of Madiba and Zelda set for the big screen

first_img25 February 2016Zelda la Grange’s ‘Good Morning Mr Mandela’ to become a movie https://t.co/r0POLX37k5 pic.twitter.com/6ekvz5oN3S— Times LIVE (@TimesLIVE) February 23, 2016Zelda la Grange published her memoir, Good Morning, Mr Mandela, in 2014 to wide acclaim. Since then, it has been published worldwide, in several languages; now it is set to become a film.The book covers her years as private secretary to Nelson Mandela during his presidency and in his post-presidential staff until his death in 2013. La Grange was also a founding staff member of the Nelson Mandela Foundation.While many books have been written about the life of Mandela, La Grange’s was the first to offer an inside look at the day-to-day dealings of the person behind the icon. It offers a rare portrait of a humble but proud man on the pinnacle of history.The book also explores the contrast of a young, white Afrikaans woman serving the first black president of a newly democratic South Africa. It acts as a metaphor for the country as a whole, dealing with rapid changes and learning new ways to reconcile its turbulent history with its transition to democracy.In the book, La Grange also pays tribute to a man who taught her valuable lessons about human relationships and forgiveness.Bill Clinton, the former American president, called La Grange’s book “an important reminder of the lessons Madiba taught us all”.That remarkable story is now set to become a film, as announced on 22 February.Renowned, award-winning producer Trudie Styler, the producer of cult hit Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and the Bafta-winning science fiction film Moon, and her Maven Pictures have bought the rights to the book and have already begun working on a script.Let’s make a movie! @ZeldalaGrangeSA #GoodMorningMrMandela https://t.co/FYGdKdET4E— Maven Pictures (@Maven_Pictures) February 22, 2016La Grange relayed the news via Twitter this week, enthusiastic about telling one of South Africa’s good stories.Thank you Maven Pictures for believing in the power of a South African story https://t.co/9QBWbx3lXD— Zelda la Grange (@ZeldalaGrangeSA) February 22, 2016As news of the proposed film spread this week, naturally the Twitterverse was rife with speculation about who should play Zelda in the film, with most suggesting that South African-born Oscar winner Charlize Theron would be the natural choice. Other suggestions included Julianne Moore, Naomi Watts and Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke.More importantly, who should play Madiba this time around? With Oscar nominated performances by Idris Elba in Mandela: The Long Walk to Freedom in 2013, and Morgan Freeman in Invictus, among other portrayals, it seems the field might be limited as far as international actors are concerned.Perhaps this time, as has been a popular sentiment among South Africans, a local actor should get the role: John Kani, Sello Maake ka Ncube or World War Z’s Fana Mokoena, maybe?Whoever may be cast, the film, no doubt, will be an opportunity to tell the world another great South African story.Source: News24Wirelast_img read more

New video game developed in Africa

first_imgA new video game, Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan has been developed in Africa. The work of a studio in Cameroon, Kiro’o Games, it explores African tales in a phantasmal setting. The main character, King Enzo Kori-Odan, uses collective energy, channelled through ancestors, called aurion. The game, Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan, is rooted in African mythology and lore. (Image: Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan)• African folklore explored in animated short film• Kenya’s take on Adele’s “Hello”• African history gets animation treatment• Infographic: Africa’s best brands • Former child soldier turns his story into a graphic novel Priya PitamberOn the day of their coronation, King Enzo and Queen Erine Kori-Odan need to defend their realm of Zama from a coup d’etat. This is the premise of a role-playing game (RPG) made in Africa, a first for the continent.Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan is described as a game that is “partly inspired by the old school ‘tales of’ series, (and that) focuses on 2D real-time combat sequences while the narration and its environment both draw deeply from African culture, myth and lore”.Gamers take the role of King Enzo, who makes use of a collective energy called aurion. It’s channelled through ancestors and can unlock powerful fighting abilities to help him to defeat his enemies.The game was developed by Kiro’o Games’ founder, Oliver Madiba, in Cameroon. “In Aurion, with the story scenario, there’s a symbolic analogy between the trials of Enzo and Erine and the common history of Africa and our place in the stakes of the world,” he told gaming blog, Kotaku.He said they used traditional clothes from various countries in the game: Enzo’s battle gear is a Masai tunic while non-player characters (NPC) were inspired by the Touareg in Mali, the Yoruba in Nigeria, and the Peulh in Cameroon and Chad.The main setting is a fantastical imagining of Africa if it were not colonised; there is a lot of magic but no electricity and there has been no Industrial Revolution.Playing the game, users are able to:Confront enemies directly, using Enzo’s fighting skills in battle;Build a legacy, swap or combine aurions; and,Discover a spiritual quest on a journey across a world of African fantasy.See more:Character profilesKing Enzo of Zama:Age: 19Height: 1.90 metresWeight: 90 kilogramsGear: Armour “Ulinzi”, the spear “Urithy”, and the one-handed short sword “Ujasiri”Queen Erine of Zama:Age: 19Height: 1.74 metresWeight: 68 kilogramsGear: Armour “Moyoni Ukuta”, synchronised with Enzo’s “Ulinzi” “There’s a symbolic analogy between the trials of Enzo and Erine and the common history of Africa and our place in the stakes of the world,” says developer Oliver Madiba. (Image: Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan)ReactionAlready, fans are praising the game on social media.last_img read more

WATCH LIVE: 2016 Medium-term Budget

first_imgFinance minister, Pravin Gordhan, may provide solutions to curb the current drought and university students’ call for free education. (Image: GCIS)Finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, will deliver his Medium-term Budget Speech to Parliament this afternoon at 2pm.Watch the live stream of the speech below:last_img

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