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Suspect for court today

Suspect for court today

first_img13-year-old murdered in CorentyneThe suspect in the killing of the Corentyne teen is expected to appear in a Berbice court today to face the capital charge.This was disclosed by Acting Crime Chief Hugh Jessamy on Wednesday.Dead: Akeem GrimmondJessamy told Guyana Times that investigators were not able to get a confession from the accused, but based on circumstantial evidence, he was charged.The partly decomposed body of 13-year-old Akeem Grimmond, of No 61 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, was discovered in a drain last Monday, behind a cemetery at Number 62 Village about 300 metres from his home. He had gone missing last Saturday.After Grimmond went missing, the wife of an associate told the Police that her husband had reported to her that he had killed the teenager and had planned to purchase biscuits and coffee to give to his parents for a wake.Following the revelation, Police arrested Terani Goolsarran, also called “Brozer” of Number 62 Village. However, he denied killing Grimmond.Jessamy said that there was enough circumstantial evidence to give weight to the charge.The former Bush Lot Secondary School student leaves to mourn a sister, mother and step-father.Eight years ago, Grimmond’s father disappeared in the backdam. His remains were discovered eight months after.last_img read more

Stevens Point blanks Marshfield boys soccer in Tigers’ WVC opener

Stevens Point blanks Marshfield boys soccer in Tigers’ WVC opener

first_imgTigers fall to 1-2By Paul LeckerSports ReporterSTEVENS POINT — The Marshfield boys soccer team had a rough opening game to its Wisconsin Valley Conference schedule with a 10-0 loss to Stevens Point at the Portage County Youth Soccer Complex on Thursday night.Marshfield was outshot 17-5 with all five of its shots on goal saved by Stevens Point goalkeeper Ethan Manzke.Ricky Perez scored four times, and Keondre Porter and Ben Yang each scored twice for the Panthers. Perez added two assists, and Isaac Williams and Lio Perkins each added goals for Stevens Point (2-2, 1-1 WVC).Austin Mannigel had seven saves in goal for Marshfield.Marshfield (1-2 overall) returns to action Tuesday against Wisconsin Rapids. The game, at Griese Park, begins at 5 p.m.“Despite the loss, there were some positives to take from the game,” Marshfield coach Steve McCann said. “The boys played hard to the end of the game. We figured out more about some of our players’ strengths and weaknesses.“We are on a learning curve right now that is steep and doesn’t get any easier when we host Wisconsin Rapids next Tuesday.”(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)last_img read more

Improving Africa’s public service

Improving Africa’s public service

first_img16 August 2005Public servants throughout Africa are to get a skills boost when a new pan-African management institute is launched in Johannesburg on Thursday. The institute aims to improve the ability of the continent’s public servants to deal effectively with management problems.Called the African Management Development Institute Network (Amdin), the initiative is to be launched by the Department of Public Service and Administration in partnership with SA Management Development Institute and management development institutes from other African states, under the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (Nepad).According to the Department of Public Services, Amdin will work to build the capacity of the continent’s management development institutes so as to improve public service.The need for Amdin was first discussed at the Nepad Management Development and Public Administration Institutes Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in 2000.At the conference it was decided to work towards the establishment of an African network of management development institutes that would provide a platform for collective efforts in solving management problems facing governments on the continent.African ministers have expressed their full support of the establishment and operations of Amdin, saying the new body will play a significant role in the development of Africa and its people.Amdin’s executive management committee, to be elected at the launch, will be presented to the conference of the Pan African Ministers of Public Service and Administration scheduled for 30 August.Among those attending the launch will be Public Service Minister Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi, Nepad officials and directors of management development institutes from Botswana, Ethiopia, Egypt, Kenya, Libya, Malawi, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

Missouri budget in limbo as deadline to approve looms

Missouri budget in limbo as deadline to approve looms

first_imgJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP): Missouri House Republicans are backing away from a budget compromise that would allow colleges and universities to charge in-state tuition to students living in the country illegally.The GOP-led House voted 110-43 against the compromise.That means a panel of lawmakers will get another shot to negotiate on the policy and the proposed state budget for public colleges and universities.last_img

Cherrie Pierce

Cherrie Pierce

first_imgCherrie officially holds the title of club Treasurer for the Sharks Touch Club, however also fulfils the roles of Secretary, Referee Coordinator and Registrar. In addition, she is also a junior coach, senior player, referee and junior and senior delegate for Townsville Touch. Cherrie is well-known and widely respected by all in the Townsville touch community. She approaches all tasks with a “can-do” attitude and does whatever needs to be done behind the scenes to ensure others can enjoy our sport. Cherrie was also instrumental in the organisation of the historical junior tour to New Zealand and is an advocate for junior development in the region. Cherrie has been involved in touch football for just over 2 decades and continues to be a tremendous ambassador for our sport.last_img

10 months agoBournemouth pair Hyndman and Worthington conclude loans

10 months agoBournemouth pair Hyndman and Worthington conclude loans

first_imgBournemouth pair Hyndman and Worthington conclude loansby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBournemouth pair Emerson Hyndman and Matt Worthington have completed their respective loan deals.American midfielder Hyndman made a total of 17 appearances for Scottish Premiership side Hibernian, scoring a single goal.Fellow midfielder Worthington featured 14 times for League Two side Forest Green Rovers, scoring in an away win against Cambridge in October.Both players have now returned to the club and are now available for selection ahead of the Cherries’ upcoming fixtures. TagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img

Nick Saban Announces That Alabama’s Injured 5-Star Freshman RB Bo Scarbrough Is Suspended For First 4 Games

Nick Saban Announces That Alabama’s Injured 5-Star Freshman RB Bo Scarbrough Is Suspended For First 4 Games

first_imgAlabama football players at practice.Bo ScarbroughNick Saban announced this evening that five-star redshirt freshman running back Bo Scarbrough is suspended for the first four games of Alabama’s season. Scarbrough, who tore his ACL in April, has been recovering well. He’s participating in team activities but has to wear a black no-contact jersey during practice. Saban said the suspension is a result of an “NCAA thing.”It’s important to note that Scarbrough likley wouldn’t be able to play early this season, anyway, due to the injury. Saban said Bo Scarbrough is ahead of schedule but he’s facing no contact in practice. Oh, and he’s suspended for the first four games.— Charlie Potter (@Charlie_Potter) August 6, 2015Alabama RB Bo Scarbrough (knee) was on the practice field in a black, non-contact jersey. He had knee surgery in April.— Marq Burnett (@Marq_Burnett) August 6, 2015Saban says Bo Scarbrough’s 4-game suspension is an NCAA issue regarding his amateurism eligibility.— Alex Byington (@abyingtonTD) August 6, 2015Alabama opens its season Sept. 5 against Wisconsin.last_img read more

Dean Smith warns Leeds says side can defeat them

Dean Smith warns Leeds says side can defeat them

first_imgAston Villa manager Dean Smith insists his team has what it takes to defeat Leeds United when both sides face off next weekend.Villa have been in good form of late, having won four of their last seven games in the Sky Bet Championship, and are currently unbeaten since their loss to Queens Park Rangers in October.Since the appointment of Smith as manager, The Villans have jumped from 17th to eighth on the league standings and have the promotion playoff spots within grasp.
Aston Villa’s upcoming opponents, Leeds, are also on a good run of form and have won their last five games to return to the top of the table.Smith, however, insists his team are looking forward to the game against Leeds and believe they can beat the league leaders.Aston Villa explains why they spent so much money on players Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Aston Villa’s chief executive, the team needed to spend £144.5 million on 12 players in order to stay competitive.“It’s another one we’re looking forward to”, Smith told Aston Villa’s official website.“It’s Leeds United at home in front of another close to full house.”
“They are in the top two doing well.”
”But we believe we can beat them.”Aston Villa are currently three points behind sixth placed Middlesbrough, and will hope to close the gap to teams above them next weekend.last_img read more