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Gov’t Set to Borrow US$2M

first_imgLiberia is poised to borrow over US$2 million to finance and strengthen her public sector.The Chief Executive, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, communicated a ratification agreement to the House of Representatives requesting that August Body to act in order to attract competent civil servants to the system.According to President Sirleaf’s letter, the financing agreement is intended to “improve pay and performance management in Ministries and strengthen payroll management in the Civil Service Agency.”The project, she said, “consists of three components. The first is improving pay management.  This includes implementation of program within the civil service to attract and retain competent managerial and professional staff and boost motivation amongst civil servants.”The second is strengthening payroll management, which includes implementation of a program aimed at establishing an accurate civil service payroll and ensuring predictability in the wage bill.The third is improving performance, which involves implementation of a program which enables selected Ministries, Agencies and Commissions to focus on performing their core functions and establishing performance and accountability standards among civil servants.The Civil Servant Agency is lead implementer of the project, which is valued around US$2,100,000, Madam Sirleaf said.She pleaded with the House to speedily ratify the agreement in order to initiate the necessary and much needed reforms of the civil service sector.However, the House voted Thursday of last week to send the communication to its Ways, Means and Finance, Good Governance and Judiciary committees to study and report to plenary in two weeks.Meanwhile, Capitol Hill is also studying a Concession Agreement involving the Government of Liberia and Liberia Cocoa Corporation (LCC).The concession area is located in Quardu-Gboni District, Lofa County and is expected to cover approximately 6,000 hectares of government-owned land.According to Madam Sirleaf, the duration of the agreement is 40 years. She justified the contract by saying, “The term is created so as to be in harmony with the lifecycle of coca tree, and LCC is required to invest no less than US$12 million in the project during the first 10 years of the agreement.”Additionally, the President said, “The agreement contains social, environmental, community development, local content, education, and health obligations similar to those in other agricultural concessions.”The project would enhance agricultural production in tree crops that are exportable and consequently support the nation’s balance of trade, the Liberian leader asserted.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Essequibo Coast farmer killed by alleged drunken driver

first_imgPoultry farmer Kevon Tacourdeen of Lot 9, Dry Shore, Essequibo Coast was reportedly riding motorcycle CH 4268 east along the northern carriageway of theDead: Kevon TacourdeenFairfield Public Road, Essequibo Coast on Monday at about 17:30h, when he was struck by motor pick-up GEE 1179, which allegedly was negotiating a turn and heading north along the western lane at a very fast rate of speed.Following the accident, the 32-year-old Tacourdeen was rushed to the Suddie Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival. He leaves to mourn his wife and a six-month-old son.Police have since confirmed that the driver of the pickup, a 34-year-old resident of Vilvoorden, Essequibo Coast, failed a breathalyser test and is in Police custody.last_img read more

Liverpool’s Champions League party moves to England

first_img0Shares0000Liverpool players James Milner (L) and captain Jordan Henderson show fans the Champions League trophy © AFP / Oli SCARFFLiverpool, United Kingdom, Jun 2 – Liverpool’s celebrations moved to their home city on Sunday as tens of thousands of bleary-eyed fans prepared to greet the team who beat Tottenham to win the Champions League final in Madrid the night before. Mohamed Salah’s second-minute penalty and Divock Origi’s late strike secured a 2-0 win in the sweltering Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid to make Liverpool European champions for a sixth time. It was a first trophy in seven years for the club and banished the memories of last year’s bitter defeat to Real Madrid in the final in Kiev.The win also represented a personal triumph for coach Jurgen Klopp, who finally snapped his run of six straight losses in cup finals.“We were all pretty much crying on the pitch, because it was so emotional, it was so big, it means so much to us,” Klopp said.Champions League winners from 2010 to 2019 following Liverpool’s victory against Tottenham in this year’s final © AFP / Paul DEFOSSEUXCelebrations ran late into Saturday night in the Spanish capital and in Liverpool city centre, as ecstatic supporters danced drunkenly in the streets singing a repertoire of the club’s fan anthems.By lunchtime fans began streaming back onto the streets ahead of the team’s trophy parade, which is set to begin in the suburbs at around 4:00 pm (1500 GMT) and work its way towards the city centre.– First victory since 2005 –Supporters were staking out their spots Sunday lunchtime under leaden skies, already waving flags and blowing horns.“We left home at quarter to six and we’re not moving now,” said Mark Jeffrey, 47, in a prime position with his 12-year-old son, who live around 115 miles away in central England.“It’s another five hours but no way are we moving. I missed it in 2005 because they did the parade on a Monday so I wasn’t going to miss this year,” he added of Liverpool’s last European cup triumph 14 years ago.The Hodgetts family —- dad Mark, 47, son Shane and daughter Keira, 16 -— from central England were also in place with special edition flags at the ready.Mohamed Salah lifts the trophy after banishing the bitter disappointment of last year’s final © AFP / Ben STANSALL“We wanted to get tickets for Madrid, but obviously this is the next best thing,” said Mark Hodgetts.“We just wanted to feel the atmosphere. we’ve been waiting so long — my daughter was only two when we last won it,” he added.The team returned to tabloid headlines declaring the “Joy of Six”, in the Mail and Sunday, and “Six Machines”, in the Sunday Mirror.Liverpool’s sixth success in Europe’s top club trophy came after wins in 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984 and the memorable come-from-behind victory against AC Milan in Istanbul in 2005.The Sunday Times hailed Klopp for introducing steely discipline into Liverpool’s play this year, turning an all-out attacking team that often leaked goals into European champions.“Game management is the biggest item Jurgen Klopp added to the armoury since desolation in last year’s final in Kiev,” Northcroft said.– Salah’s redemption –Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah, who scored a penalty awarded in the first minute for a disputed handball from Moussa Sissiko, said he had drawn motivation from the disappointment of last year’s final match in which he trudged off in tears with a shoulder injury.Jurgen Klopp says there is plenty more to come from Liverpool after their Champions League triumph © AFP / GABRIEL BOUYS“Before the game, I looked at a picture of last year and we were so disappointed to lose the final,” Salah said.“I was very disappointed after that injury, I went off after 30 minutes and we lost the game. It motivated me to win today. When you know how it feels to lose, you say to yourself ‘Let’s go and win that’.”Liverpool’s success also underlined the financial muscle of the Premier League, made rich by TV contracts that dwarf other European leagues. Dutch central defender Virgil van Dijk, signed for £75 million ($95 million, 84.5 million euros), and Brazil goalkeeper Alisson Becker, a £65 million recruit from Roma, both played crucial roles in Liverpool’s success.Klopp revealed he had received a congratulatory call from Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.Three weeks ago, Liverpool were denied a first league title in 30 years by Abu Dhabi-backed City, despite losing just once all season.“We promised each other already that we will kick our butts next year again,” Klopp said of his conversation with Guardiola. “We will go for everything and we’ll see if we get something.”Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino said he was proud of his team, who defied the odds to reach the final: “When you live this experience you want to do it again. I hope we can do it again in the future.”0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

HARTE WELCOMES AN POST SELECTION TO RETAIN SOCIAL WELFARE CONTRACT

first_imgSenator Jimmy Harte has today welcomed the decision that An Post has been announced as the preferred bidder for the delivery of Social Welfare payments throughout the country.An Post holds the current contract, which expires at the end of this year, and the announcement that it is the preferred bidder means that negotiations will now proceed with the aim of finalising this contract.“This is great news, especially for An Post and its workers, but moreover for many social welfare recipients, who can continue to easily access their payments. “An Post remains part of the fabric of our society. In a time when other institutions are closing down, An Post remain a truly national organisation serving the entire community of Ireland, rural and urban.“This news will also be welcomed by the network of Post Offices throughout Donegal who will continue their great work, not only in being able to provide Social Welfare payments but also in their day-to-day functions as well.” HARTE WELCOMES AN POST SELECTION TO RETAIN SOCIAL WELFARE CONTRACT was last modified: June 26th, 2013 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:An PostSenator Jimmy Hartelast_img read more

Almost half of speeding summonses in Donegal struck out in court

first_imgAlmost half of summonses for motorists to appear in court in Donegal for speeding offences since 2017 have not been served.The shocking extent of the problem is laid bare in data just released by the Courts Service. Independent.ie reports that, of 61,059 speeding offences listed in the courts over a 29-month period, some 27,899 – or 45.7pc – were struck out due to summonses not being served.In Donegal a total of 651 out of 1,413 speeding summonses were not served.The figures relate to 2017, 2018 and the first five months of 2019.The summonses were meant to be served on motorists who failed to pay fixed-charge penalty notices.But Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has said a variety of issues, including the offenders evading service, can contribute to the summonses not being served by gardaí.A Department of Justice and Department of Transport-led working group last year said there had been “a notable improvement” in the rate of summons service for fixed charge penalty offences.While strides may have been made with the overall rate of summons service, the new data indicates a particular problem exists for speeding cases.In fact, the figures show little or no improvement since a previous analysis by the Irish Independent revealed 45.8pc of speeding cases in 2015 and 2016 were struck out due to summonses not being served.The new data, released to Independent TD Tommy Broughan, also lays bare wide geographical variations.Motorists in counties such as Wexford, Westmeath and Limerick were much more likely to be served with a summons than those in Monaghan, Sligo, Mayo and Kerry.Certain areas appear to have been blackspots when it came to serving summonses.In Killorglin, Co Kerry, 159 out of 165 speeding offences were struck out in the 29-month period due to summonses not being served.Three-quarters of speeding offences were struck out for the same reason in Manorhamilton, Co Leitrim.Monaghan was the county with the highest rate of non-service. Just over 60pc of speeding offences were struck out due to non-service in Carrickmacross and over 61pc in Monaghan town.In Sligo and Mayo, 55.1pc of speeding offences were struck out due to summonses not being served. Even in the best-­performing county, Wexford, a third of speeding cases were struck out for non-service.The Parc Road Safety Group expressed disappointment at the figures.“This is showing a lot of summonses are not being served. There are also massive disparities in service rates across the country,” said Parc spokesperson Susan Gray.“This is despite a working group being set up in 2014 to examine how the rate of summons serving could be improved and to regularly monitor the level of serving throughout the country.”Mr Flanagan said attempts to serve summons could be affected by inaccurate address data, persons moving home or persons living in multi-occupancy dwellings.“Certain persons will also take active steps to evade service. Such difficulties are experienced by many other police forces,” he said in a letter to Mr Broughan.The minister said that where a summons was struck out, gardaí could make an application to the court office to reissue the summons.The data released by the Courts Service also reveals two-thirds of people convicted in court of a speeding offence did not have their licence recorded so that penalty points could be applied – even though it is an offence not to produce it.Some 12,495 people were convicted of speeding offences during the 29-month period, but just 4,201 of them had their licences recorded.According to the Courts Service, licences could not be recorded where the driver did not attend and was convicted in their absence, drivers had no recorded licence, drivers had foreign licences, or drivers did not produce their licence to the court.Wild variations were seen in the rate of recording of licences, with 80pc recorded in Wicklow but just 13pc in Kerry.However, this does not necessarily mean everyone who did not produce their licence avoided points.The Road Safety Authority said that where a licence was not handed in to the court, all available information in relation to the convicted person was forwarded electronically by the Courts Service to the Department of Transport.This information is used in matching the person’s details to a driver record.Almost half of speeding summonses in Donegal struck out in court was last modified: September 24th, 2019 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:courtdonegalspeedingstruck outsummonseslast_img read more

Spain v Switzerland: Confirmed teams, live commentary plus more

first_imgSpain get their preparations for Russia 2018 underway with a challenging friendly against fellow World Cup nation Switzerland.La Roja are always strong at major tournaments and enter Russia 2018 among the favourites to lift the trophy.You can stream live commentary from El Madrigal here.Tonight will give them a good idea of how good their chances are ahead of a tricky World Cup opener against nextdoor-neighbours Portugal on 15th June.Switzerland’s first game of the tournament isn’t easy either. They face five-time world champions Brazil on 17th June.A friendly against the some of the world’s best players will show the Swiss where they stand heading into that game.Confirmed teams:Spain: De Gea, Odriozola, Pique, Azpilicueta, Alba, Koke, Thiago, Iniesta, Silva, Iago Aspas, CostaSwitzerland: Sommer, Rodriguez, Akanji, Schar, Lichtsteiner, Zakaria, Behrami, Shaqiri, Dzemaili, Zuber, Seferovic 1 Scroll down for confirmed team news from El Madrigal last_img read more

DONEGAL FARM WITHDRAWN FROM AUCTION AT LAST MINUTE

first_imgA 25 acre farm in Drumkeen which was due to go under the hammer at an Allsops Auction in Dublin yesterday was withdrawn.The lands, which were number 111 on the list, had a reserve price of €30,000 before it was due to appear at the auction at Dublin’s RDS.However, the farm at Aughagault was withdrawn from the auction. A number of people, included some who travelled from Donegal, protested at the auction. DONEGAL FARM WITHDRAWN FROM AUCTION AT LAST MINUTE was last modified: October 16th, 2013 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:ALLSOPauctionDrumkeenfarmlast_img read more

JOB VACANCY: MACMACHINERY LTD LOOKING TO RECRUIT

first_imgMACMACHINERY LTD are looking to recruit a skilled candidate, who can help expand, sustain and enhance their successful business even further.MACMACHNERY LTD are seeking a candidate who is adaptable and who can perform a number of different positions within the company.Environmental – Material Handling-Recycling Equipment Sales, Spares Parts and Marketing support person required. The Role– Supporting sales people in selling machinery, spare parts sales and dispatch– Visiting clients around Ireland and discussing solutions and problems– Increasing customer relations and learning about further customer requirements – Assisting all elements of spare part sourcing and supply– Preparation of quotations and presenting systems to clients– Training in Customer support and Technical skills will be providedThe person– Person must have a ‘yes attitude’, positive personality, flexible and easy to approach – A creative person with open mind to problem solving– An interest or liking of cars, machines tractors, or trucks but not essential– The Person must be Computer literate– This is a job with a lot of variety and learning about the company and products will be a large element of the role on an ongoing basis therefore experience is not essential – Let us know why you are the best for this jobPlease apply in writing only to:The Managing DirectorMacMachinery LtdUnit 2, Carrygally Business Park,Carrygally, Letterkenny,Co.DonegalJOB VACANCY: MACMACHINERY LTD LOOKING TO RECRUIT was last modified: July 4th, 2014 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:jobsMACMACHINERY LTDnewslast_img read more

DDTV: MAJELLA O’DONNELL UNVEILS HER MIND WELLNESS PROGRAMME

first_imgA large crowd turned up at the Mount Errigal Hotel in Letterkenny today for the official launch of Majella O’Donnell’s Mind Wellness programme launch.DonegalTV were on hand to hear how the free programme plans to help those cope with the everyday problem of stress and anxiety. Simply click on the video to play.DDTV: MAJELLA O’DONNELL UNVEILS HER MIND WELLNESS PROGRAMME was last modified: December 15th, 2014 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:donegalHSElaunchMajlla O’DonnellMind Wellnesslast_img read more