Two persons were on Wednesday ordered to pay a ,000 fine altogether, after it was alleged that they unlawfully wounded and assaulted each other.Tianna Daniels, of Lot 17 Broad and Lombard streets pleaded guilty with explanation to the charge of unlawful wounding after making her appearance in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts before Magistrate Fabayo Azore.It is alleged that on March 23, 2016 at Broad and Lombard streets she unlawfully harmed Keith Mitchell.According to the Daniels on the day in question, March 23, she was standing waiting on her boyfriend when Mitchell premeditated to throw a bucket of water on her, which provoked her and she retaliated by throwing a bottle at the Mitchell’s head.Daniels phone (Plum) which was in her underwear was damaged as a result of the incident. She also claimed that the phone was fairly new as it was only purchased in February of this year.Keith Daniels, 17, of Lot 17 of the same address was also cross-charged.It is alleged that on the same day at the same location, he unlawfully assaulted Tianna Daniels.According to the prosecutor’s facts both Daniels and Mitchell reside in the same yard. And on the day in question Mitchell engaged in playing with water by throwing it on Daniels, after which she picked up a bottle and threw it at his forehead, causing injuries.The prosecutor had no objections to bail, however he asked that bail be set at a substantial amount.Daniels was ordered by the magistrate to pay a fine of ,000 or spend a default of 6 months in prison.Keith Mitchell was placed on ,000 bail as well as a bond to keep the peace. The matter was adjourned to May 16, 2016.
Suarez was to have the final say, though, as he registered his first goal in El Clasico by controlling Dani Alves’s long ball before turning to strike into the far corner.A third defeat in four games for Madrid will see coach Carlo Ancelotti come under increasing pressure to hold onto his job, but it was Madrid who posed the greater danger early on.Karim Benzema pulled a shot wide of the far post before his teasing cross was volleyed onto the bar at the back post by Ronaldo.However, it was Barca who went in front on 18 minutes when Mathieu headed home Messi’s in-swinging free-kick from the left for his first league goal for the club.Neymar should have doubled the hosts’ advantage on the half hour when he fired straight at Iker Casillas with the goal gaping after a mishit Suarez shot rolled across goal.Seconds later Real were level thanks to a lovely move as Benzema backheeled Luka Modric’s pass into Ronaldo’s path and he poked the ball past Claudio Bravo on the stretch.The visitors then went on to end the half the stronger as Gareth Bale had a goal ruled out for offside, whilst Bravo tipped a piledriver from Ronaldo over and Bale stabbed inches wide from the resulting corner.Madrid also had the first opportunity of the second-half as lovely link-up play between Benzema and Ronaldo this time put the Frenchman through on goal, but Bravo did just enough to parry his shot to safety.And they were again caught by a sucker punch when Alves’s ball over the top was brilliantly controlled and finished by Suarez on the turn.Ronaldo, who had been booked in the first-half for diving, was then fortunate not to see red when he appeared to kick out after being fouled by Javier Mascherano.The cautions continued to mount as 11 players were booked in all.Neymar nearly made amends for his miss in the first period with an incredible run from inside hs own half past numerous Madrid players, but again his finishing was wayward as he blasted over.Messi had been very quiet given his stunning performances of late, but he was inches away from sealing the points 17 minutes from time as his shot curled just wide.Neymar then blazed wide again from a Messi pass as space began to open up for Barca.Those wasted opportunities nearly came back to haunt the Catalans as Bravo had to produce a brilliant save to turn Benzema’s deflected effort behind for a corner.Casillas kept Madrid in the game at the other end with a pair of fine saves to deny Jordi Alba and Messi, but it was to no avail as Barca racked up their 18th win in 19 games.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000BARCELONA, March 23- Barcelona moved four points clear at the top of La Liga as Luis Suarez’s brilliant individual effort handed them a 2-1 win over Real Madrid on Sunday.Jeremy Mathieu headed Barca in front early on from Lionel Messi’s free-kick, but Cristiano Ronaldo hit back at his critics in recent weeks with a deserved equaliser before the break.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Charlie Lake Fire Department responded to a fire at the Canfor lumber mill Monday night.At 19:27 the Charlie Lake Fire Department was paged out to a structure fire at the Canfor lumber mill. Upon arrival, the Duty Officer found that employees had extinguished the majority of the fire.The Fire Department responded with three apparatus and 12 firefighters. Three firefighters entered the building and found and extinguished several hot spots. Crews were on scene for about two hours and there were no injuries.- Advertisement –
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! This marks the first serious accident with a pedestrian on the Orange Line, which runs from North Hollywood to Warner Center, Littman said. Bus service was detoured around the accident. TARZANA — A critically injured man is in surgery now at a local hospital after allegedly jumping in front of an oncoming Orange Line bus this morning, authorities said. The 8:30 a.m. collision occurred about half a mile from the Tampa Avenue station as the commuter bus headed west on its route and encountered the man standing on the fenced off right-of-way. The bus operator told police he slowed down and steered the bus away from the man, who allegedly jumped in front of the vehicle, said Marc Littman, Metro spokesman. The man, who was not identified, was struck and then became stuck under the bus, Littman said.
Simon Clare joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.The Coral PR manager brings us the betting fallout from another dramatic weekend of Premier League football, with Jose Mourinho’s future at Chelsea hanging in the balance after the Blues suffered an eighth defeat of the season against Bournemouth on Saturday.The sack race dominated Monday morning’s headlines and Mourinho is now even money to be sacked by January 1 and 8/11 to still be in charge following Chelsea’s latest setback.Meanwhile, the Blues are odds AGAINST (6/5) to finish in top six.Simon also brings us the latest odds on this week’s Champions League action, with it 7/1 for all four English teams to make it through to the knock-out stages.Man City and Chelsea are, of course, already through and Arsenal are 2/1 to join them, while Man United are 8/11 to go through to the last 16.Coral is the official betting partner of the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is weighing up a January swoop for Fiorentina midfielder Milan Badelj.The Croatia international, who represented his country at Euro 2016, has just over 18 months to run on his contract and is yet to extend his current deal.As a result, Fiorentina have been forced to think about cashing in on the 27-year-old and a number of clubs are ready to take him off their hands.According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Chelsea are leading the way in the chase for the midfielder’s signature.Antonio Conte became aware of Badelj’s abilities during his time as Juventus manager.The new Blues boss is still in the process of revamping his squad at Stamford Bridge with more signings expected in the coming year.Given his contract situation, it is reported that Badelj could be available for as little as £9m. 1 Badelj in action for Croatia prior to Euro 2016
Schwarzenegger championed the 2004 initiative in which voters approved creating the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine and authorized spending $3 billion over 10 years for stem cell research. But anti-abortion and anti-tax groups sued soon after it passed, arguing the institute is unconstitutional. On April 21, a Superior Court judge ruled the institute was a legitimate state agency. But opponents appealed, and the legal wrangling could hold up the institute’s financing until at least next year. Schwarzenegger’s loan provides money so the institute can get started in the meantime. “At one stroke, this will energize stem cell research in California,” said Zach Hall, president of the institute. Dana Cody, an attorney for the Life Legal Defense Foundation who is representing an anti-tax group that filed suit, said Schwarzenegger’s decision to provide state money for the agency contradicts his stance as a fiscal conservative. “If we’re successful with our lawsuit, then the state’s going to be out of that money,” she said, referring to the $150 million loan. Schwarzenegger’s Democratic opponent in November’s gubernatorial election, Phil Angelides, said that in announcing the state loan, the governor was acting tardily and out of selfish political motives. “For the past year, while I was fighting for immediate funding for the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, the governor failed to lift a finger to stand up to the anti-research activists who thwarted the will of the voters and blocked Proposition 71,” he said, referring to the ballot measure that created the agency.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SACRAMENTO – A day after President George W. Bush vetoed expanded federal funding of embryonic stem cell research, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday authorized a $150 million loan to fund California’s stem cell institute, which has been stalled by lawsuits. Schwarzenegger, a Republican who has been trying to distance himself from the unpopular president as he seeks re-election this year, said the state cannot afford to wait to fund the critical science associated with stem cells. “I remain committed to advancing stem cell research in California, in the promise it holds for millions of our citizens who suffer from chronic diseases and injuries that could be helped as a result of stem cell research,” he said in a letter to his finance director. Embryonic stem cells are building blocks that turn into different types of tissue. Scientists hope to use them someday to regenerate damaged organs or other body parts and cure diseases. Some oppose such research because it entails the destruction of human embryos.
Joe Willock reminds me of Dele Alli so much. Such a good player.— Geörge (@thegeorgeheath) January 5, 2019 Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won He was denied a hat-trick against Blackpool late on when he was flagged offside after putting the ball in the net but it did not affect the result as they went on to win 3-0.Arsenal fans liked what they saw against Blackpool and want him to be given a chance to show what he can do in the Premier League.Here are the best tweets: Teenager Joe Willock was compared to Dele Alli and Aaron Ramsey by Arsenal fans after impressing in their 3-0 FA Cup victory over Blackpool.The 19-year-old was handed a start in the match at Bloomfield Road and scored a first-half brace as Arsenal sailed into the fourth round. 2 Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move He went on to make 11 appearances that season, including two in the Premier League.Unai Emery has played the youngster twice in the Europa League this campaign and he scored against Vorskla Poltava. @Joewillock is class. Hope to see more of him in the first team #Gooners— Ben Hamilton (@BenHLondon) January 5, 2019 REVEALED Congratulations @Joewillock bro on the two goals definitely deserve a chance in the prem but your time will come🔴— brendan lee washford (@BWashford) January 5, 2019 shining no dice REVEALED Joe Willock reminds me of Alli— AP (@Yahya_R10) January 5, 2019 Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Joe Willock is the new Aaron Ramsey, always on the right side of things— Marwan Al Aswad (@marwan_aswad) January 5, 2019 Joe Willock has been a threat every time he’s touched the ball. Strong, brave and prepared to get stuck in. He looks a far cry from the skinny, timid youngster that started against Newcastle in April. He must be knocking on the door for Premier League football. #BLAARS #FACup— Adam Keys (@_AdamKeys) January 5, 2019 REPLY I wanna see Joe Willock proper involved with Arsenal from this day forward, that’s a 15-20 goal scoring midfielder if he’s developed right 🙏🏾— Keep Consistent (@kordellsmiles) January 5, 2019 Joe Willock scored twice against Blackpool 2 Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars huge blow Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Latest Football News BEST OF RANKED Joe Willock celebrating one of his goals against Blackpool ADVICE MONEY The midfielder became the first teenager to score in the FA Cup for the Gunners since Aaron Ramsey did so in 2010.Willock has played a handful of games for Arsenal with Arsene Wenger handing him his debut last season in the Carabao Cup. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Joe Willock best midfielder in the league— Theo (@Theo_mwangi) January 5, 2019 Joe Willock is the greatest footballer of all time.— Pickle Nik (@NikolasChara) January 5, 2019
Getty Images – Getty buildlineup.com Van Dijk could feature in the final in Qatar Firmino scored the winner after tucking away Trent Alexander-Arnold’s clever ball 4 AFP or licensors Liverpool face Flamengo in the Club World Cup final this evening as they bid to win their third European trophy of the calendar year.Six months after winning the Champions League in Madrid, the Reds beat Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup at the start of the season. Getty Images – Getty Predicted XI 4 4 4 Liverpool have already claimed the Super Cup this season This is how the Reds could line up against Flamengo Teams from the UK have tended to struggle in this competition, with Liverpool themselves falling short in 2005.But, after beating Monterrey on Wednesday night in Doha, Jurgen Klopp will be confident his side can finish the job in the desert.The starting XI from the game against the CONCACAF Champions League winners saw several changes, with Jordan Henderson deputising at the back for the bed-ridden Virgil van Dijk.And Divock Origi and Xherdan Shaqiri started the tie on Wednesday, but were replaced by Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino. Team NewsVirgil van Dijk SHOULD be available for the game after returning to training following his illness.Indeed, Klopp’s biggest decision may well be whether or not Henderson returns to midfield and if Naby Keita or Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain gives way.
What do you remember from 1994?Gerry Carr’s header at the old Lansdowne Road? Or maybe Gerry Carr’s haircut at the old Lansdowne Road?McClean, Reid, Boyle, Dykes, McDonnell, Kelly, Hastie, Carr, Kenny, Moran, Gabbiadini, Annand and Houlahan – they were all part of Willie McStay’s Red and White Army. Three trophies – one season, 1994 was a season to remember. play stop mute max volume 00:00 00:00 repeat The Final Whistle Podcast: 1994 – The Treble Download Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. To mark the 25th anniversary of Sligo Rovers First Division league championship, Shield and FAI Cup successes, The Final Whistle podcast togs out with several members of the 1994 Rovers squad to relive some of the moments and stories which defined a momentous season for Sligo Rovers FC.To contact the programme, email firstname.lastname@example.org.The Final Whistle is broadcast every Thursday on Ocean FM from 8-9pm.