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Policeman pleads not guilty to causing death charge

first_imgRavinand Bissessar, 26, a Police Constable and resident of Good Intent, West Bank Demerara (WBD), entered a not guilty plea as he faced the charge of causing the death of 10-year-old Davin Sealey.On Monday, the Policeman entered the plea after making his second appearance at the Wales Magistrate’s Court. The charge stated that on May 15, 2016 at Sisters Village, WBD, while driving car PLL 222, he struck Sealey, who was riding a bicycle along the roadway, resulting in the child’s death.According to Police reports, on the day in question, Bissessar, who was stationed at the Wales Police Station, was attempting to negotiate a turn at Sisters Village when he lost control of the vehicle and slammed into a parked car before hitting the lad.The Policeman‘s car came to halt when it crashed into a utility pole.Dead: Davin SealeyA post-mortem examination revealed that Sealey died of multiple injuries.A breathalyzer test conducted on the defendant after the accident revealed that he had .66 micrograms of alcohol in his system.At his arraignment in May, his driver’s licence was suspended for the duration of the trial and he was placed on $600,000. Bissessar had also answered to Driving under the Influence (DUI) charges.The parents of the victim, Deon Sealey and Tulise Thomas were present at Monday’s court proceedings.The case will continue before Magistrate Clive Nurse on September 9.last_img read more

Cavenagh wins rally in Kwale

first_imgTeaming up with Congo based Gavin Laurence, Cavenagh drove like a man possessed on the flat-out roads of Kwale County and no eyebrows were raised when he brought home his Mitsubishi EVO9 contraption back in at the Leisure Lodge Golf course which hosted the ceremonial finish and the event HQs.Mombasa’s former Pirelli Africa star driver Peter Horsey clocked 1.39.37 hours to finish second overall in his Mitsubishi EVOX machine which he has previously raced in Europe a few years back.The 1994 WRC Safari Rally winner Ian Duncan timed 1.42.25hours to seal the podium dash while Quentin Mitchell from Tigoni returned his Subaru N16 contraption in 1.42.55 hours to finish fourth.Quentin was happy with his position.The going wasn’t rosy for four times Safari Rally winner Carl Tundo who had his spirited charge stymied with punctures.Tundo picked up two punctures on CS3 stage and one on the preceding stage.In an interview, Cavenagh was ecstatic to end years of anxiety and waiting in the coast tour of the KNRC.“Its great to finally win the coast rally after 15 years of trying,” quipped Cavenagh as he awaited major celebrations.In winning the Mombasa Rally diadem, Cavenagh earned a bonus in recapturing the Johnny Hellier Memorial Trophy for the best Coast driver. Last year this trophy was won by Naishad Kara of Lota Motorsports on returning his Subaru in 7th place.What’s more, the victory was a welcome relief for Cavenagh- on his home event- weeks after retiring from last month’s Safari Rally while leading the Kenyan round of the African Rally championship with 56seconds as at the third stage.Rightly so, this was Cavenagh’s first victory since the KCB Personal Loans Rally in Voi in February 2011. Driving his 2010 championship winning Mitsubishi Evolution 9, Cavenagh swept the ground with all and sundry and won accolades for his aggressive drive on the Ukunda Airstrip super special which was run on Saturday and Sunday.The event staged around Shimba Hils and Kinango region handed crews a fair share of gremlins and claimed a number of cars in the hot and dusty day of racing. Baldev Chager retired with fuel pump problems.Three time former Kenya Champion Azar Anwar retired after his EVO7 car lost power. Hardeep Rehsi was out on CS2 40kms in on breaking the rear suspension arm. Other casualties were reigning 2WD Champion James Kirimi and Leonardo Varese.Hussein Malik and Steven Njenga kissed the event goodbye after they rolled their Subaru gc8 car on CS2.Other retirees included Jonathan Somen(Ford Escort) after the propeller shaft packed up, Yusuf Khalid(Toyota Levin) with a blown engine and Anwar Pandya (Subaru N10) with a damaged diff.The Safaricom Team of Ben Muchemi (EVO7), Nzioka Waita (Subaru N10) and Stanley Thuo (subaru) were elated to finish the coast event.“It was a navigators rally with very tricky stages. At least we’ve compensated for our exit in the Safari Rally where we retired on the last section,” said Waita’s navigator Laban Cliff.Provisional Final Results1. Alastair Cavenagh/G. Laurence (EVO9) 1.38.432. Peter Horsey/Bella E. 1.39.373. Ian Duncan/Amaar Slatch (EVO9) 1.42.25,4. Quentin Mitchell/Chris Davis (SubaruN16) 1.42.55. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000KWALE,Ukunda,July 8- Alastair Cavenagh is back in the groove. The double 1999 and 2010 former Kenya Champion swept the ground with all his adversaries to win the KCB S&L Mortgages Rally with zest and vigor.The Welsh born driver led the event from start to finish to register his first ever victory in the Mombasa Motor Club (MMC) round of the Kenya National Rally Championship.last_img read more

Woodside CEO says lack of new facilities will result in LNG shortage

first_imgTOKYO, JAPAN – According to an article in LNG World News, the CEO of Australia’s largest independent oil and gas company says that the world liquefied natural gas market could see a supply shortage unless final investment decisions are made on new proposed LNG facilities soon.“We are meeting at a time of transition for gas,” said Woodside Petroleum CEO Peter Coleman at the Gastech conference in Japan on Tuesday. “There is an abundance of gas globally and it is understandable buyers may not want to look beyond the short term, but we need to look over the crest of the hill and it is clear a supply shortage looms, unless investment decisions are taken soon.”Coleman pointed out that current conditions aren’t favourable for major investment in new LNG export facilities, largely due to geopolitical and contractual risks, and questions about climate change policies.- Advertisement -However, he added that only a small number of final investment decisions were made last year, with 2017 also shaping up to not see many decisions.“Now it is time for buyers to engage again, in recognition that this time of abundance will not last,” said Coleman. “Those who move first will get access to the most promising projects, offering the most reliable supplies.”Coleman said he expects demand for LNG to come from new and emerging markets that will likely import the liquefied gas to floating storage units, adding that imports to countries using floating units have increased from 10 million tonnes per annum in 2012 to nearly 30 million tonnes in 2016. The new demand is coming from countries including Indonesia, Pakistan, Egypt, Argentina, Brazil and Jordan, with Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Vietnam also considering deploying FSRUs.Advertisement According to Coleman, emerging markets now account for five percent of global LNG demand, and that number is expected to rise to 27 percent by 2025.Story courtesy LNG World News: read more

Lyon star admits he could consider exit as Newcastle eye summer swoop

first_img Samuel Umtiti [right] in action for Lyon 1 Newcastle target Samuel Umtiti has admitted that he may have second thoughts about becoming a one-club man at Lyon.The 22-year-old started his career with the French club and has already racked up 122 Ligue 1 appearances.However, the defender has emerged as a target for Newcastle, as well as other sides across Europe, which has raised questions over his long-term future in the south of France.And, while he says the prospect of spending his entire career with Lyon may be appealing, Umtiti has conceded that he may need to move away to further his development.Talking to France Football, he said: “At Lyon I went through all the stages from youth team to first team. I am proud to have done all that.“Playing an entire career at the same club has become very rare. I rule out nothing.“But if, after a while, I see the need to do something different, I will ask myself the question.”last_img read more

Prep coach doesn’t know who to root for

first_imgIt was the first time former Etiwanda stars Darren Collison and Jeff Pendergraph had faced each other on the basketball court, and their high school coach was right there to see it. On Saturday, Dave Kleckner traveled to Tempe, Ariz., to witness Collison’s UCLA team edge Pendergraph’s Arizona State squad 61-60. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Collison, last year’s CIF-Southern Section I-AA player of the year, came off the bench and scored five points on 1-for-5 shooting in 18 minutes. Pendergaph and Collison guided Etiwanda to a 31-2 record and the CIF title last season. Ryan the Ram Los Osos offensive lineman Ryan Griffith committed to play college football at Colorado State on Jan. 5. The 6-foot-4, 240-pound guard chose Colorado State over Mountain West Conference rivals Utah and San Diego State. “That was the place I felt most accepted,” Griffith said. “It’s really family-oriented up there.” Griffith said he was preparing to take his official visit to San Diego State, but changed his mind in light of the coaching changes at the school. He said Fort Collins, where Colorado State is located, was impressive. “I loved it,” he said. “We got to go out and see the town a little bit.” Sierra soccer No one can argue with the strength of the boys soccer teams in the Sierra League. League favorite Damien was recently ranked as the No. 21 team in the country by The same Web site put the team as the No. 6-ranked squad in the West. Only seven states in the country play winter soccer, but that includes powerhouse areas like Florida and Texas. Meanwhile, Chino stormed into league play with a 12-0-2 record. The Cowboys’ season so far has included a tournament win and proof that the team is much improved from last year’s squad, when it finished 10-7-4. The latest CIF Division I poll, released Monday, doesn’t agree with the Student Sports rankings. That poll puts Chino at No. 2, ahead of fifth-ranked Damien. And the rest… Here’s a brief look at some of the area’s other top teams. In boys basketball, Los Osos is ranked No. 2 in Division I-AA and Colony is the top-ranked team in Div. II-A. Diamond Ranch, which plays Colony Friday, is the No. 3 team in III-AA. Etiwanda is one of five ranked teams in the girls basketball I-AA top 10. After Etiwanda (No. 3), Jurupa Valley (No. 5), Norco (No. 6), A.B. Miller (No. 7) and Los Osos (No. 10) are also ranked. Ayala and Bonita are ranked No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, in the girls water polo Div. III rankings, and Upland is fourth in Div. V. MLK tournaments Per tradition, many area basketball teams will participate in a tournament on the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. One of the tournaments will be held at Los Osos and will feature four girls games and four boys games. Matchups between local teams include Ontario vs. Carter girls (9:30 a.m.) and Los Osos vs. Carter boys (7:30 p.m.). The top girls game is Etiwanda vs. Bishop Amat at 4:30 p.m., a rematch from the Ayala Best of the West Tournament, dominated by Amat. Admission is $6 for a full-day adult pass and $3 for children. Kids under 5 are admitted free. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img “It was so hard,” Kleckner told staff writer Michelle Gardner. “I wanted them both to win. I don’t know what I was thinking. I was cheering for them both.” Kleckner, an Arizona State alum, saw Pendergraph start at forward and score 11 points in 16 minutes before fouling out with 7:07 remaining in the game. last_img read more

Mane speaks out, Arsenal favourites to sign Barca star, Hazard to leave Chelsea round up all the latest transfer news and football gossip from Wednesday’s papers and online… Klopp was reportedly willing to let Mane go… in return for Real wonderkid Vinicius Junior REVEALED IN DEMAND 3 LATEST The Gunners’ on-loan midfielder Denis Suarez could be set for a move to Napoli this summer, says the 25-year-old’s agent. (Daily Mirror)Tottenham are leading the race to sign 18-year-old Fulham winger Ryan Sessegnon. (The Sun)Barcelona ace Philippe Coutinho will only be allowed to leave the club if his reported £355million release clause is met, according to president Josep Maria Bartomeu. (TVE)Liverpool are said to be interested in Bayer Leverkusen’s 22-year-old Germany winger Julian Brandt. (Bild)Wolves are keen on signing Liverpool’s 18-year-old Portuguese winger Rafael Camacho, who recently hinted he wants to leave the club. (O Jogo)Manchester City face competition from Paris Saint-Germain in the battle to sign 23-year-old Borussia Dortmund midfielder Julian Weigl.(France Football) The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Brendan Rodgers wants Leicester City to complete a permanent £40m deal to sign 21-year-old Belgium midfielder Youri Tielemans, who is on loan from Monaco.(Daily Star)Rafael Benitez is still yet to hear back from the Newcastle United hierarchy, three weeks after telling them what it will take to keep him at St James’ Park. (The Times)If he stays, Benitez wants to sign 19-year-old Burnley forward Dwight McNeil plus Bournemouth midfielders Ryan Fraser and David Brooks. (Daily Star)Cristiano Ronaldo’s son scored seven goals in one half as Juventus under-10s beat Maritimo. (AS) LATEST TRANSFER GOSSIP targets LIVING THE DREAM 3 Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland center_img Samuel Umtiti looks set for a move away from Barcelona in the summer moving on Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Sadio Mane has come out to say he is “very happy” at Liverpool, amid links with a transfer to Real Madrid. (Daily Mail)It is claimed Jurgen Klopp asked for 18-year-old Brazilian forward Vinicius Junior in exchange for Mane last season when Real first made an approach. (El Chiringuito)Zinedine Zidane has told Real Madrid to SELL Gareth Bale this summer – even if it means taking a big financial hit. (The Independent)Chelsea are resigned to losing Eden Hazard – also linked with a move to Real – and are eyeing Lille’s 23-year-old winger Nicolas Pepe as a replacement. (Daily Mirror)Arsenal are favourites to sign Barcelona centre-back Samuel Umtiti, but Manchester United are also keen on the France international, 25. (TuttoMercato) targets Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January TOP WORK 3last_img read more

Two Dead in Cummins Shooting; Names Released

first_imgSeymour police have identified the two men killed yesterday morning at the Cummins Engine Plant in Seymour as Ward R. Edwards, 49, of Columbus, and Qing Chen, 37, of Seymour, according to a press release from the Seymour Police Department.Investigators have learned that Edwards was Chen’s direct supervisor, police said. Chen is the suspected shooter.Both men were found dead around 8:45 a.m. Thursday by officers in room N231, located on the second floor of the Cummins Technical Center. A large police presence flooded the area of the center and the adjacent Seymour Engine Plant, and area businesses and schools went into lockdown.A 9mm Glock handgun was recovered at the scene, police said. Search warrants have been served on both Edwards’ and Chen’s vehicles.A warrant also is being served on Chen’s Seymour apartment.“The background investigation will be continuing with the full cooperation of Cummins and their employees,” said Seymour police in a statement. “We want to thank all of the Cummins employees for their assistance in this case, as well as several law enforcement agencies.”Autopsies for both men will take place Friday morning in Louisville, Ky.The shooting remains under investigation.last_img read more

Indiana State Police Honor Guard Raises over $2300 for Hurricane Harvey Relief

first_imgThe Indiana State Police Honor Guard completed a short fundraiser to raise money for Hurricane Harvey relief, supporting the efforts of 11 other State Police Honor Guard teams with over $2300 in contributions.During the week of September 25th, troopers from across the nation, including five members of the ISP Honor Guard, attended the 3rd Biennial Honor Guard Conference hosted by the Delaware State Police.  Leading up to the conference, Cabela’s donated a cooler that was later decaled and decorated with Delaware State Police colors and logos.  A silent auction was conducted and the cooler was won by Trooper IV Gabriel Macias of the Texas Highway Patrol. Attending troopers began trying to develop creative ideas for a way to relay and deliver the cooler to Trooper Macias in Texas.  The idea was formed to relay it via multiple state honor guard teams, and in the process coordinate with Cabela’s to raise funds to assist sworn and civilian Texas Department of Public Safety employees who were effected by Hurricane Harvey.  The plan for all Honor Guard members involved is that when the cooler arrives to Trooper Macias, it will arrive with a full donation to help those who put their personal distress aside and help others effected by the storm. Last week, members of the ISP Honor Guard teamed up with Cabela’s stores in Noblesville and Hammond for five hours at each store, and collectively accepted over $2300 in contributions.  The gracious generosity from citizens in the Hoosier State raised more money than any state the cooler had visited to-date.The ISP Honor Guard humbly thanks all who contributed to this project and the relief efforts, as well as Cabela’s in Noblesville and Hammond for their overwhelming support.last_img read more

Remembering Egerton on Heritage Day

first_img23 September 2013 Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe will unveil an upgraded Egerton Bus Boycott Massacre Memorial Site in Mdantsane in the Eastern Cape on Tuesday as part of South Africa’s national Heritage Day celebrations. In 1983, communities from East London and Mdantsane, a township outside East London, embarked on a boycott to protest an unannounced five cent increase in bus fares. The boycott against the bus service started in July 1983 and culminated on 4 August in what was later called the Egerton massacre, which claimed 11 lives, with a further 36 commuters injured. The massacre took place at Egerton Railway Station outside Mdantsane when police officials from the apartheid bantustan of Ciskei shot and beat residents. The residents later abandoned buses for taxis and trains as their preferred day-to-day mode of transport to ferry them between their Mdantsane homes and workplaces in East London. A commemoration of the massacre will be held on Tuesday as part of the upgrade of the memorial, a joint project involving Buffalo City, the Eastern Cape premier’s office and the provincial department of sport, recreation, arts and culture. Motlanthe, who will deliver a keynote address at the main event, will unveil the upgraded memorial site before laying a wreath honouring the victims of the massacre. Source: read more

Latest on Web browser market for PC and mobile

first_imgrichard macmanus 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market In my previous two ZDNet posts, I’ve been exploring the Web browser market. Here are brief highlights from those posts:Mobile Web browsers – Microsoft’s downfall?: As we begin to use mobile devices more and more to access the Web, Microsoft’s browser dominance may begin to ebb away. 2008-09 is predicted to be when the Mobile Internet hits big. So who are the early leaders in the mobile web browsing market? PC browser battler Opera is styling itself as “the world leader in mobile browsing technologies”. In August this year, Opera Software launched Opera Mini – a browser for mobile phones. They also recently released a mobile AJAX Platform product, which impressed mobile expert Russell Beattie. Nokia has a product called Web Browser for S60, for browsing on a range of Nokia phones. Microsoft has its Smart Phone and Firefox has a mobile browser called Minimo. There have even been hints at a Yahoo! mobile browser.[full story here…]Browser Wars 2006 – Microsoft set to continue dominance: IE has been losing ground to Firefox over the past year and most tech bloggers (including me) report a higher percentage of Firefox than IE users. However in the mass market, IE is still by far the dominant browser. According to Web analytics company, as of late October 2005 almost 81 percent of Americans used IE, 14 percent used Firefox, and only a small percentage used Opera, Netscape, and all other browsers combined.[full story here…] Tags:#web#Web Development Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…last_img read more