Terry Rozier finished with 15 points, seven rebounds and four assists, playing an increased role after Irving left the game in the first quarter after taking an elbow to the face. Jaylen Brown added 10 points and 13 rebounds.The Celtics extended their win streak to 11 games. Charlotte has lost four straight.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“We just got a lot of fighters, a lot of resilient guys,” Larkin said of a team that’s now seen Gordon Hayward, Al Horford and now Irving beset by injuries.He said his teammates’ misfortunes have underlined the necessity of staying ready.“I’m always locked it. That’s my job. I don’t know when my opportunity’s gonna be there,” Larkin said. “Tonight I hit some shots early, coach kept rocking with me, so I tried to throw my best.” Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? LATEST STORIES Celtics center Aron Baynes’ elbow inadvertently struck Irving when Baynes was landing after a rebound attempt. Irving fell to the floor and was bleeding from the nose as he was escorted back to the locker room. Irving was ruled out for the rest of the game while he was monitored for possible concussion symptoms.Larkin said Irving spoke to the team at halftime and texted them all congratulations on the win.Kemba Walker led the Hornets with 20 points and 11 assists.Celtics trailed by 12 after three quarters, but opened the fourth on a 16-3 run and took the lead with 4:05 to play on a basket by Brown.ADVERTISEMENT Hornets: Charlotte’s 57 points in the first half were the second most the Celtics have allowed in the first half this season, one fewer than Milwaukee scored in the opening half of a 108-100 win on Oct. 18. … Nicolas Batum (sprained left elbow) and Treveon Graham (right quad contusion) both sat out.Celtics: Shot just 33 percent (14 of 43) in the first half. … Coach Brad Stevens said Horford is “doing way better” but wouldn’t speculate about his availability.UP NEXTHornets: Host Cavaliers on Wednesday.Celtics: Host Raptors on Sunday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ 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 It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Neymar is in tears after coach Tite defends his reputation Team personnel assist Boston Celtics’ Kyrie Irving (11) after he was injured during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Charlotte Hornets in Boston, Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Irving took an elbow to the face and left the game. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)BOSTON — Another game, another injury, another win for the Boston Celtics.Jayson Tatum had 16 points, Shane Larkin added 16 off the bench and the Celtics overcame an injury to Kyrie Irving and a 12-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Charlotte Hornets 90-87 on Friday night.ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson MOST READ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene The lead grew to five before Walker’s three-point play got the Hornets back within 86-85. Marcus Morris connected on a jumper, but Walker responded with a driving layup to get it back to a point.Boston called timeout, but Rozier accidently stepped out of bounds on the ensuing inbounds play. Walker dribbled the clock down, but his jumper bounced off the back of the rim and was rebounded by Rozier. He was fouled and sank two free throws with 3.6 seconds left.Charlotte struggled throughout the final period, going 4 of 20 from the field and committing six turnovers.“We’re giving up huge leads. We’re not maintaining our game,” Walker said. “We’ve got to be better as a whole.”With Irving out, Charlotte took advantage against Boston’s reserves early, stretching its lead to as many as 18 in the second quarter and taking a 16-point lead into halftime.BANGED UPIrving’s injury is the latest stroke of bad luck for a Boston starter. Horford missed his second straight game with a concussion. And, of course, Hayward is out for the season after a gruesome leg injury on opening night.SLOW STARTThe Celtics opened just 1 of 11 from the floor, and that first made field goal never made it through the hoop. Brown was credited with a basket when Howard was called for goaltending with 8:58 left in the first quarter, cutting Charlotte’s lead to 9-2.Boston’s first field goal to actually fall through the basket came from Morris more than halfway through the quarter.TIP-INS Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ View comments
Dear Editor,In the public service and the expanded State sector, and statutory bodies, industrial relations and collective bargaining are more regulated and restricted by legislation or practice than in the Private Sector. With the introduction of structural adjustment type measures in some countries, including the reduction of public expenditure in the Public Sector, industrial relations drifted from the traditional system. Deviations and new practices by agencies of the State challenge the free collective bargaining model and autonomy of the negotiating parties through greater State direction, intervention, regulation, legislation and remuneration policies.These developments are understood against the emergence of the dominant, public service and growing State enterprises through nationalisation, or through the creation of national entities/agencies. In these situations, governments, as employers of major sections of the work force, exercise significant influences in industrial relations under the notion of promoting the national interest in the wider community.In some countries, much to the disquiet of trade unions and workers, Government as a employer, promoted changes in the system without legislation within the context of an apparent voluntary framework in the collective bargaining process. In other cases, changes were introduced by legislation. In the State sector, greater control and regulation are imposed on collective bargaining, and these affect wage fixing and remuneration settlements in particular. Governments are implementing unilateral wage policies through rigid wages guidelines. As a consequence, both the trade unions and the managers of the State enterprises lost their autonomy in collective bargaining.On labour standards, the Caribbean Community (Caricom) Declaration of Labour and Industrial Relations Principles, based on international labour standards and other international instruments, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, are the relevant labour standards. The Caricom Declaration on Labour and IR is an important policy guide on labour matters and can contribute to the conduct of industrial relations both in the Public and Private Sectors. This Declaration is also consistent with Caricom’s Charter of Civil Society, expanded on labour standards, and is intended to be used as the basis for the development of national labour policies, and to inform the enactment of modern labour legislation in member States.For labour relations in the public service, the right to bargain collectively as defined in ILO Conventions Nos. 98 on the Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining, and 151 on Labour Relations in the Public Service, ratified by Caricom Countries and Guyana are International Treaties, raise several questions in connection with the approach by public authorities. For example, an administrative direction whereby the conclusion of an agreement is subject to prior approval of a Government authority, or modifying conditions agreed and written in collective labour agreements, or preventing negotiations of such conditions as may be considered desirable, constitute infringements of the right to bargain collectively. Restrictive measures that render it extremely difficult for wages to be settled freely through collective bargaining in the Public Sector can be justified on the grounds of exceptional circumstances of a serious economic nature. However, this could be justified only for a limited period and kept to a minimum.Convention No 151 with its Recommendation No 159 provides for: protection of public employees’ right to organise; non-interference by public authorities; negotiation or participation in determining terms and conditions of employment; and machinery for settling disputes concerning terms and conditions of employment. This Convention 151 provides for public servants to have the same rights of representation and negotiations in Industrial Relations as outlined in Convention 87 and Convention 98 in keeping with good labour relations between public authorities and public service unions/associations.Settlement of disputes in the public service: The settlement of disputes relating to the determination of terms and conditions of employment shall be sought through negotiations between the parties or through independent and impartial machinery such as conciliation/mediation, and arbitration (Convention No 151 – Article 8). In keeping with the provisions of this Guyana ratified Convention, the persons or bodies competent to negotiate on behalf of the public authority concerned and the procedure for giving effect to the agreed terms and conditions of employment should be given a full mandate to finality.Yours faithfully,Samuel J Goolsarran
…after Cabinet instructs $$$ be handed over to NDIAThe Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) administration has taken a decision to write Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan on its disappointment by moves by the Agriculture Ministry to have the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA) take over the agriculture budget for that region.Regional Chairman David ArmoganThe decision was made at a special sitting of the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) on Wednesday.Regional Chairman David Armogan told the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) that it was a Cabinet decision to have the $114 million from the capital budget transferred to the NDIA.The Region has a capital budget of $221 million for agriculture and of that amount $106 million will be spent to purchase a bulldozer.Armogan also noted that a further $108 million, which represents the current budget, is also to be transferred to the NDIA. The entire agriculture budget for the region is $370 million.He said the administration was informed by a letter from the NDIA of the situation. However, there was no memorandum from Cabinet.Councillor Zamal HussainHe explained that the Region has 18 Neighbourhood Democratic Councils (NDCs) and many could not adequately provide all the needed services for residents and as such, the regional administration would include in its budget projects for those NDCs.“These works would have entailed the continuation of the primary drainage system as well as the sluices and other structures that are related to drainage and irrigation. So it is not only clearing of the primary system, it also has to do with sluices…”Armogan also noted that the regional administration has responsibility for drainage and irrigation, outside the declared NDIA cultivation areas.No consultationAddressing the issue, Councillor Zamal Hussain argued that there was no consultation with the RDC on the issue nor was any approval given by the RDC for its budget to be handed over to the NDIA.“It (RDC) is the second-tier government of the governance of this country. It is being constituted by an election with voters from the Region. The people of this region have mandated the Regional Democratic Council to make decisions for them at any level. In any democracy, there should be respect for an elected council,” he noted.He said the NDIA has not been performing as expected in Region Six, adding that several pieces of equipment have been out of service for several months.“The mini-excavators – they have 12 and only one is working. The large excavators, they have six and most of them are down,” Hussain added.He said if the NDIA is allowed to have the regional agriculture budget, hundreds would lose their jobs. These, he added, are persons in the Region who work on the maintenance of canals utilising funds from the current budget.“It is a political move. The RDC needs to wake up and enforce the law.”Hussain added that the RDC would welcome the NDIA to monitor its work, but it must respect the RDC.Cabinet’s decisionAnother Councillor Haseef Yusuf, weighing in on the issue, pointed out that the National Budget was approved in December 2018 and questioned when Cabinet made such a decision, noting that such a decision was in violation of Article 9 of the Constitution.He also quoted President David Granger, who at the National Congress of Local Democratic Organs in July 2018, said that RDCs and NDCs were bound by the Constitution to provide certain services, which include drainage and irrigation.He called on Cabinet to withdraw its decision.“They are trying to hijack the sovereignty of the people of Region Six,” he said.Prime Minister Regional Representative Gobin Harbhajan, in his capacity as a Regional Councillor, told the RDC that he communicated with the Agriculture Minister and the Head of the NDIA, Frederick Flatts prior to the meeting.He said he was told by Flatts that there was a consultation in the Region with the Regional Executive Officer (REO).“I don’t know how it was done … Minister told me that a committee was set up headed by the Minister of Communities, the Minister of Public Works and (Agriculture) Minister (Noel) Holder.”He said the committee came up with two proposals – 1) to have the RDC take care of the entire D&I system or 2) to have the NDIA and Central Government handle the regional D&I system.Both proposals Harbhajan said were presented to Cabinet.Vice Chairman Dennis DeRoop explained that in 2018, the NDIA was unable to give the two Water Users Associations their subventions and as such, it was the RDC that had to chip in.He also noted that the NDIA did not clear any of the three outfall channels along the Corentyne Coast last year, forcing the Region to utilise its savings to undertake that project.Following the debate, a decision was then taken to first pen a letter to the Communities Minister. The RDC has also agreed to write the Agriculture Minister on the issue.
On August 29, 2019, Guyana’s Ambassador to the United States, Dr Riyad Insanally and President of the United Guyanese Diaspora Global Network, Corp (UGDGN), Wayne Forde, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Embassy of Guyana in Washington, DC.According to a release from the Embassy, the primary aim of this MoU is to enhance cooperation between the Embassy and UGDGN – an umbrella body for Guyanese Diaspora organisations in the USA, aimed at strengthening engagement between the Government of Guyana and the Guyanese Diaspora.In his remarks, Ambassador Insanally expressed delight at signing the MOU, almost exactly a year after initial discussions between the two sides began, noting that it was a necessary step in establishing more structured and systematic engagement between the Government and the Diaspora.Forde, in his remarks, thanked Ambassador for facilitating the signing of the MoU and stated that UGDGN was looking forward to working closely with the Embassy, particularly in providing much-needed assistance to school children in Guyana, among other areas, as part of its efforts towards “Building Bridges to a Brighter Future for Guyana”.Forde also highlighted the fact that earlier in 2019, UGDGN had signed a MoU with the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) to collaborate on projects that would produce a positive impact for Guyana. In addition, UGDGN is planning the first Guyanese Diaspora Youth Leadership and Entrepreneurship Conference for 2020.The signing ceremony was witnessed by several members of UGDGN and Staff of the Embassy.
Disgruntled residents have once again blocked a section of the Berbice River leading to the RUSAL company at Aroaima, Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice).This is the second time in little over a week that the section of the river has been blocked with wire rope by residents protesting the recent sacking of 61 workers attached to the company for striking against a one per cent salary increase.Guyana Times understands that after news broke that the company was refusing to reinstate the employees, the dissatisfied residents decided to block the river and sections of the road leading to the company’s operations.Meanwhile, Regional Vice Chairman Elroy Adolph indicated that a number of additional employees received letters from the company via post mail on Monday.The letter dated February 20, 2019, noted that the company had decided to close sections of its operations and lay off some employees.“It is our hope that the layoff will not be for more than the period stipulated by law… You will be paid wages up to the 20th of February 2019. Starting from 21st of February to date prior to recall you will be paid, during the period of lay-off, wages equivalent to 56 hours basic per week…”, a copy of the letter seen by this publication stated.Adolph said he was informed that approximately 90 employees were issued the letters. Further, he added that this is “adding insult to injury”.“Because when the Government is fighting for you to reinstate those, you are taking others off…I personally believe that they (company) must honour all agreements… in the future I hope we’re able to make better arrangements with foreigners who are coming to work…It’s very bad for us”, Adolph said.Adolph, who was part of the recent meeting hosted with company and Government officials at Aroaima noted that the company was urged to honour the labour laws.
A total prize fund of €7,000 and a chance to compete in the national finals is up for grabs for Donegal businesses in this year’s Donegal Enterprise Awards, and entries to the competition are now open.However, previous awards winners have insisted that it’s not just the prize fund – but the positive spin-off afterwards – that has really paid dividends for their businesses.Road maintenance company RoadTeam Ltd provide cost-effective alternative road maintenance solutions and having scooped the innovation award in 2010, they went one better in 2013 when they took the overall prize. That proved to be a major benefit for the company says Adrian Britton, who explained that RoadTeam secured new business on the back of their success.“We tendered for work in Aberdeenshire and we hadn’t worked with these people before. When they saw on our website that we had won the overall award in the Donegal Enterprise Awards, they gave us the contract.”Adrian, has encouraged small businesses in Donegal to enter the 2017 awards, and insisted taking part in the competition is a superb learning experience and one that is of immense benefit.“The awards gave us a real focus on the business side of things and we had everything in order for 2013 when we won the overall prize, but the process has taught us how important it is to keep a focus on the business.” Joe Bonnar Metal Crafts Ltd – who export their high-quality bespoke metal products all over the world – were winners of the Best Established Business category in the 2016 Donegal Enterprise Awards and Mark Patton agreed that taking part in the competition really gave them focus.“Honestly, I’d say like a lot of businesses probably think, when the awards came up last year I thought we just didn’t have the time to be entering them. We were so busy, but having been through the process I am really glad that we did.Once we committed to entering it did give us the jolt we needed to look at the business and the whole process gave us a lot of confidence and renewed self-belief.”Mark said that their company had never really engaged with the Local Enterprise Office until a few years ago and he also urged businesses to consider entering the awards.“I know that the awards are open to all small businesses, not just ones that currently engage with the LEO and I really would recommend to any business to make sure they enter and to engage with Donegal Local Enterprise Office. We hadn’t done that until just around two years ago, but since then the assistance, the sharing of information and the tips on day to day running of the business we have got, have all been priceless.Winning the award, was the icing on the cake for us. It was great in terms of the publicity we got and it was a great boost for our staff, great reward for all their hard work.”Gina Witherow of Donegal English Language School was also thrilled to have won the prize in the Best Established Business category when they entered the awards in 2015.“A lot of work went into the application, but I found it really rewarding. It’s a great process to sit back on reflect on where you are in the business and also to give yourself a pat on the back to say well done for all that hard work.” The 2017 Donegal Enterprise Awards competition is open to all business sectors in Donegal employing less than 50 full-time staff, with the exception of previous county winners who are not eligible to enter. A business does not need to have had any previous contact with the Local Enterprise Office to enter the awards.This year’s competition will see awards presented in the following categories:• Overall Winner• Best Established Business• Best Start Up Business (18 months or less)• Innovation AwardFrom these a representative will be chosen to represent Donegal at the National Enterprise Awards Final.The application form, guidelines for the judging criteria, marking system and competition guidelines are all available to download from the Donegal Local Enterprise Office website:https://www.localenterprise.ie/Donegal/Training-Events/Donegal-Business-Awards-2017/Your chance to win €7,000 in Enterprise Awards was last modified: January 20th, 2017 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:donegalEnterprise Awards
Gaeil Fhanada Bord na nOg presentation night in Rossnakill Resource Centre on Sunday was a very special night with special guests County Players Christy Toye and Daniel Mc Laughlin – and of course the Sam Maguire. PICTURE SPECIAL: FANAD GAELS BORD NA nOG PRESENTATION NIGHT was last modified: January 29th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:PICTURE SPECIAL: FANAD GAELS BORD NA nOG PRESENTATION NIGHT
St Eunan’s GAA notesThe U-21 footballers will play Kilcar in this Wednesday’s (December 23rd) county final in Ardara at 7.30pm. The boys qualified for the final by defeating Aodh Ruadh, Ballyshannon in Saturday’s semi-final. Barry McGeehin got the all-important goal in a 1-11 to 1-06 victory.The Minor boys footballers are in Ulster semi-final action this Sunday, December 27th. The boys travel to St. Paul’s G.F.C. Belfast to take on Enniskillen Gaels, throw in 1.30pm.Best of luck to both sets of players and their management in what is another big week for our teams. All support most welcome. Congratulations to David McGinley on his recent appointment as manager of our Senior Football team. We wish David all the best for 2016. Sincere thanks to outgoing manager, Maxi Curran and his backroom teams for their brilliant contribution and successes over the last two years.The St. Stephen’s Day Married men v Single men challenge game (see club Facebook page for information) takes place at O’Donnell Park, starting at 12 noon. All members are welcome. Contact John Haran on 086 213 3522 or Mick Martin on 086 373 7552 for details.The Annual Road-Puck also takes place on St. Stephen’s Day, at 11.30am. Lifts to the course on the outskirts of Letterkenny will be provided from the clubhouse. Hurlers will then return to the Clubhouse afterwards to join the footballers for the after match refreshments. Contact Eunan O’Donnell on087 677 5637 or see Facebook page for full details.The Senior Board A.G.M. is on Tuesday, December 29th at 6.30pm in the Clubhouse. Some tickets are still available for the New Year’s Eve function in the Clubhouse. Priced at only €10 which includes a drinks reception, finger food and a great night’s entertainment. Contact Ollie Harvey 087 6643694, Aidan McGlynn 087 9208969, Peter Curran 086 3852973 or Gareth McGlynn 087 7552975 to order your ticket now.Tickets are now available from committee members for the National G.A.A. draw. All monies raised from sales are retained by the club.The Century Cinemas Football Academy and the Friday Hurling Academy are currently on a break and will return early in the New Year, full details to follow. New members are always welcome to both academies. For more information, please contact Ciaran Maguire, 087 4133372, Eugene Duffy, 086 8430240 or Eunan O’Donnell, 087 6775637.The Clubhouse at O’Donnell Park is now available to book for parties, functions, etc. Contact Niall on 086-3062893 for further information/bookings.C.L.G. Naomh Adhamhnáin would like to wish all our players and members, their families, our supporters and our sponsors a very Happy Christmas and health and happiness in the New Year. GAA NEWS: ST EUNANS FACE KILCAR IN U21 FINAL was last modified: December 21st, 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)
On the positive side, fellow midfielder David Silva, who did not feature in last weekend’s season-opening win at Arsenal, could return against Huddersfield on Sunday.Guardiola said: “He trained the last two or three training sessions. Last week he was not fit, he had a little problem in his leg, but he has been training good this week.” Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack The matches Kevin De Bruyne could miss Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? impact Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Manchester City have confirmed Kevin De Bruyne will be out for three months with a knee injury.The Citizens announced that the Belgian midfielder has suffered a lateral collateral ligament lesion (LCL) but will not require surgery. August 19 – Huddersfield (home)August 25 – Wolves (away)September 1 – Newcastle (home)September 15 – Fulham (home)September 18/19 – Champions League group stage (TBC)September 22 – Cardiff (away)September 29 – Brighton (home)October 2/3 – Champions League group stage (TBC)October 7 – Liverpool (away)October 20 – Burnley (home)October 23/24 – Champions League group stage (TBC)October 28 – Tottenham (away)November 3 – Southampton (home)November 6/7 – Champions League group stage (TBC)November 11 – Manchester United (home) smart causal NEW ERA highlights He played 30 minutes of City’s 2-0 victory against Arsenal last weekend, having returned to pre-season training earlier that week.De Bruyne is now set to miss numerous big fixtures in both the Premier League and Champions League.The Belgium international is set to miss City’s first four Champions League games as well as the Spurs clash and another potentially key game against Liverpool on October 7.It also seems unlikely the 27-year-old will be fit for the first derby of the season against Manchester United on November 11.City boss Pep Guardiola said: “He will be a big miss. Last season Kevin was outstanding and, of course, for him and his family you never want these long injuries.“But you accept it. It’s part of the game, part of the amount of games and seasons, games and seasons (they play) and in the end the players fall down.“Sometimes that is normal. They don’t rest. It was a tough season last season. They come back in a short recovery and we demand in the first moment, ‘come on let’s go’ because we are in the competition. Of course human beings have a limit and sometimes these things happen.” LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS We can confirm @DeBruyneKev has suffered a lateral collateral ligament (LCL) lesion in his right knee.No surgery is required, and the midfielder is expected to be out for around three months.Get well soon, KDB! #mancity pic.twitter.com/hozcvnF8BX— Manchester City (@ManCity) August 17, 2018De Bruyne flew to Barcelona on Thursday to be assessed by highly-regarded Spanish doctor Ramon Cugat amid fears he could miss up to four months of action.The midfield maestro was City’s player of the season in their record-breaking 2017/18 campaign, featuring in all but one match as they stormed to the Premier League title. possible standings How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures gameday Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes silverware Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more ALTERED
St. Columba’s Parish TermonFr. Patrick Mc Hugh PPPhone/Fax 074-9139016 Emergency Mobile number 086-2831800Fr. Michael Mc Keever, Churchill at 074-9137057 or daytime at 074-9121208Parish website: www.gartantermon.net or www.raphoeparishes.com/termon.htmSaturday 28th July & Sunday 29th July 2012 Seventeenth Sunday in ordinary timeWeekday Masses & Announced Mass Intentions Sat 28th July 7.00pm Patricia and Charlie Gallagher, Clooncarney. RIPSun 29th July 9.00am11.00amMissa Pro PopuloMichael O’Kane, Doon. Months Mind Mass. RIPMon 30th JulyNo Mass Tues 31st July9.30amHoly SoulsWed 1st Aug 9.30amPrivate IntentionMass in Honour of the Holy Face of JesusThurs 2nd Aug 9.30amPrivate IntentionFri 3rd Aug 9.30amFirst Friday in Honour of the Sacred Heart of JesusSat 4th Aug10.00am 7.00pmFirst Saturday Devotions in Honour of the Immaculate Heart of MaryJohn Mc Grenra, Barnes. RIPSun 5th Aug9.00am11.00amMissa Pro PopuloBrian Gallagher, Stragraddy. RIPThe Loop Hearing Aid system is currently available for all Ceremonies in this Church The 9.00am Mass every Sunday is offered for the intentions of the people of the parishConfessions are available after Mass on Sat evening & on the First Friday of every Month.Divine Mercy after 10.00am Mass every Saturday except the first Saturday of the Month. Course for engaged couples“What every couple should know before they get married”. The course will provide a wide variety of topics to help you to understand each other better and improve your communication skills. The course will be held in Kilmacrennan in The Old Primary School on the 11th of August 2012. If you have any questions or wish to register:Contact Magdalena on 087 94 99 741. Cost €50 per couple. Visitation of the sick and housebound on Friday August 3rd. Beginning in the Churchill area at 11.00am. First Saturday Devotions in Honour of the Immaculate Heart of Mary: next Saturday beginning with Mass at 10.00am followed by Rosary meditation.The VEC Adult Education & Training Centre Milford: are now accepting applications for places on their part-time back to education initiative (BTEI) Daytime Office Skills Course for September 2012. For information contact Doreen Buchanan or Angela McElhinney as soon as possible on 074-9153194 Mon –Fri between 9.30am & 1.00pm.There are lots still happening this summer at Lough Derg…there are events at the Island this summer to suit all ages and abilities. For further information download a copy of the updated Season Guide from email@example.com Creeslough Community Enterprise Ltd. Have now vacancies for the following positions: Maintenance/caretaker workers, Day Care Assistants, Child Care Assistants, Youth Worker and Administrator: for further details contact Betty Synan, Creeslough, on 074 9138452. Collectors for the Month of AugustSaturday Vigil MassSunday 9.00amDan Gallagher Drumoghill & Seamus Friel DrumlurgaghSunday 11.00amEammon Strain, Drumoghill & Brian Mc Daid Your help is appreciated. Crailbhín notes.We are also taking names for our autumn classes if you are interested in participating in Irish Language classes, Guitar, Fiddle, Computers – Internet, ECDL, Book Keeping Advertisement For Leaving & junior Cert students – Supervised Study evenings. Gym Membership €25.00 per Month only €3 for Pay as you go.SLIM R USClasses are held weekly in Craoibhín Community & Enterprise Centre!One class per week now on Thursday evenings @ 7pm. Only €5.00 Advertisement If you have any queries or would like more information please do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org , 074 91 19988 – 086 8437407 Income & Building Fund €1310 Expenditure €830LOCAL NEWS: PARISH BULLETIN OF ST COLUMBA’S, TERMON was last modified: July 28th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:LOCAL NEWS: PARISH BULLETIN OF ST COLUMBA’STermon