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first_imgGretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history View comments Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title The Rockets are 0-5 without Paul this season, and have dropped nine straight when he doesn’t play going back to last season. Including playoffs, the Rockets are 77-22 when Paul plays. An injury to his other hamstring kept him out of the last two games of the Western Conference finals last season, and the Warriors won both games to eliminate the Rockets and advance to the NBA Finals.Paul missed two games early this season because of a suspension for his role in a fight with the Lakers and sat out three games in November with a sore hamstring.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsPaul is averaging 15.6 points, 8.0 assists and 2.1 steals this season for the Rockets, who host San Antonio on Saturday.The injury comes when the Rockets have finally started turning things around after a tough start. Houston had won five in a row before Thursday night’s loss, but is eighth in the Western Conference at 16-15. LATEST STORIES Marvin Williams’ 7 3-pointers lift Hornets past Pistons Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebracenter_img MOST READ Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? 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 Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul, left, passes to center Clint Capela (15) as Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside defends during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Thursday, Dec. 20, 2018, in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)HOUSTON — Houston’s Chris Paul has a grade 2 strain of his left hamstring and will be out at least two weeks.The point guard was injured in the second quarter on Thursday night in a loss to Miami. General manager Daryl Morey announced the injury on Friday after Paul had an MRI and said he will be re-evaluated in about two weeks.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazillast_img read more


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first_imgSolskjaer’s impressive success in the role has made the visit of bitter rivals Liverpool to Old Trafford on Sunday an even bigger confrontation than might have been expected earlier in the season when United were struggling to find their form.The former United striker believes his club is rebuilding their reputation in the game and, given the rivalry that used to exist between Ferguson and Liverpool, Solskjaer said he would summon the spirit of his old leader before kick-off.“He would be welcome to have his talk to the players if he wanted to,” said Solskjaer.“Because we know how much it meant for him to overtake Liverpool.“For them, it’s a big game, for us, it’s a big game. We want to be in the top four and we know how big this game is for Manchester United, for the staff, for the supporters.“We’re looking forward to another challenge for this team because we want to build this team into one worthy of Manchester United’s history.“It’s another big step if we can do that at home. Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea were all fantastic wins away; now we have to perform at home as well.”United’s stunning form under Solskjaer — 11 wins and a draw from 12 domestic games — has featured a dramatic return to form from French international midfielder Paul Pogba.– ‘Top, top player’ –Last time United played Liverpool, in a 3-1 defeat at Anfield in Jose Mourinho’s final game as manager, Pogba was an unused substitute — an indication of how far he had fallen under Solskjaer’s predecessor.Now, having been revitalised under the interim manager, Solskjaer believes Pogba is the best midfielder in the world of his type.“If you build your team around Paul Pogba, I said a couple of years back before I thought I would be manager, he’s a top, top player I’ve always liked,” said Solskjaer.“He’s a World Cup winner, a leader in dressing room, wants the ball all the time. My idea was to get him playing to the best of his abilities as an attacking midfielder.“PSG man-marked him, other teams will. If Liverpool do, he will have experienced that. PSG stopped Paul and created space for others.“There are different types of midfielders but in his mould there’s no-one near with his physical presence, his great close technique — his diving header against Chelsea, he did the same against Bournemouth when he ran from the halfway line.“He can also spray passes when he is sitting in midfield, though I don’t think that’s his best position. But he can do that as well.”United’s plans for the Liverpool game have been helped with the news that Pogba’s compatriot Anthony Martial and England attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard are making good recoveries from minor injuries — groin and hamstring, respectively.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, pictured with the revitalised Paul Pogba, recalls how much victory over Liverpool meant to Alex Ferguson © AFP / Ian KINGTONMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Feb 22 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has joked that he might invite Alex Ferguson to deliver Manchester United’s team talk before their eagerly awaited Premier League meeting with Liverpool.The legendary former United manager has acted as Solskjaer’s mentor since the Norwegian took over as the club’s interim boss in December.last_img read more


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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Millions of Americans, especially children, are needlessly getting dangerous radiation from “super X-rays” that raise the risk of cancer and are increasingly used to diagnose medical problems, a new report warns. In a few decades, as many as 2 percent of all cancers in the United States might be due to radiation from CT scans given now, according to the authors of the report. Some experts say that estimate is overly alarming. But they agree with the need to curb these tests particularly in children, who are more susceptible to radiation and more likely to develop cancer from it. “There are some serious concerns about the methodology used,” but the authors “have brought to attention some real serious potential public health issues,” said Dr. Arl Van Moore, head of the American College of Radiology’s board of chancellors. The risk from a single CT, or computed tomography, scan to an individual is small. But “we are very concerned about the built-up public health risk over a long period of time,” said Eric J. Hall, who wrote the report with fellow Columbia University medical physicist David J. Brenner. It was published in Thursday’s New England Journal of Medicine and paid for by federal grants. The average American’s total radiation exposure has nearly doubled since 1980, largely because of CT scans. Medical radiation now accounts for more than half of the population’s total exposure; it used to be just one-sixth, and the top source was the normal background rate in the environment, from things like radon in soil and cosmic energy from the sun. A previous study by the same scientists in 2001 led the federal Food and Drug Administration to recommend ways to limit scans and risks in children. But CT use continued to soar. About 62 million scans were done in the U.S. last year, up from 3 million in 1980. More than 4 million were in children. Since previous studies suggest that a third of all diagnostic tests are unnecessary, that means that 20 million adults and more than 1 million children getting CT scans are needlessly being put at risk, Brenner and Hall write. Ultrasound and MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, scans often are safer options that do not expose people to radiation, they contend. CT scans became popular because they offer a quick, relatively cheap and painless way to get 3D pictures so detailed they give an almost surgical view into the body. Doctors use them to evaluate trauma, belly pain, seizures, chronic headaches, kidney stones and other woes, especially in busy emergency rooms. In kids, they are used to diagnose or rule out appendicitis. But they put out a lot of radiation. A CT scan of the chest involves 10 to 15 millisieverts (a measure of dose) versus 0.01 to 0.15 for a regular chest X-ray, 3 for a mammogram and a mere 0.005 for a dental X-ray. The dose depends on the type of machine and the person – obese people require more radiation than slim ones – and the risk accumulates over a lifetime. “Medical care in this country is naturally so fragmented. Any one doctor is not going to be aware of the fact that a particular patient has had three or four CT scans at some point in the past,” said Dr. Michael Lauer, prevention chief at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. People with chronic problems like kidney stones are likely to get too many scans, said Dr. Fred Mettler, radiology chief in the New Mexico Veterans Administration health care system. “I’ve seen people who are 30 years old who have had at least 18 scans done,” he said. That puts them at risk of developing radiation-induced cancer, Brenner and Hall said. They base this on studies of thousands of Japanese atomic bomb survivors who had excess cancer risk after exposures of 50 to 150 millisieverts – the equivalent of several big CT scans. “That’s very controversial. There’s a large portion of the medical physics community that would disagree with that” comparison, said Richard Morin, a medical physicist at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla. However, others defended the data, which has been widely cited in other radiation studies. “It’s the best evidence we’ve got” on cancer risks, Lauer said. Dr. Robert Smith, the American Cancer Society’s director of screening, said the authors’ estimate that 2 percent of future cancers may be due to CT scans “seems high.” But since cancers take 10 to 20 years to develop, “the ability to even observe that kind of an increase is going to be very difficult,” he said. The authors stressed that they were not trying to scare people who need CT scans away from having them. In most cases, the benefits exceed the risks, especially for diagnostic scans. However, using the scans to screen people with no symptoms of illness – like screening smokers for signs of lung cancer – has not been shown to save lives and is not currently recommended. Many groups also condemn whole-body scans, often peddled by private practitioners in shopping centers as peace of mind to the worried well. Many of these centers are not accredited by the College of Radiology; only a third of all places that do CT scans in the U.S. are, although insurers are starting to require it for reimbursement, Moore said. Many CT centers also are set up for adults and rarely image children, who need adjustments to limit dose and radiation risk, said Dr. Alan Brody, a radiologist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center who wrote a report on the topic. He said parents should seek a center that often handles children. Both doctors and patients need to be more aware of radiation risks and discuss them openly, Brenner and Hall said. “We were astonished to find, when we were researching materials for this paper, how many doctors, particularly emergency room physicians, really had no idea of the magnitude of the doses or the potential risks that were involved,” Hall said. Other studies found the opposite problem: Three out of 10 parents in one study insisted on CT scans instead of observing the child’s condition for awhile even after they were told of the radiation risk, Brody said. “This is what our patients want,” and they expect fast answers from doctors, he said. The pressure is greatest for ER doctors who “are in a bind … they have all these patients stacked up” and need to make quick decisions, Mettler said. Future generations of devices using less radiation should help alleviate the concern, but these mostly are directed at the emerging field of heart scans, Lauer said. “When we order a CT scan it just doesn’t seem like such a big deal” but it should be, he said. “The threshold for ordering these tests is low and it’s getting lower and lower over time, which means that the risks become potentially all that more important.”last_img read more


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first_imgGARDAI in Co Donegal are involved in ‘unprecedented’ cooperation in an effort to thwart a new terror campaign by the Real IRA – and have vowed to prevent the county being used as a ‘safe haven’ for gunmen and bombers.Last week the terror gang behind the Omagh bomb announced it had recruited former members of the Provisional IRA and was now calling itself ‘the IRA’.Security sources however have insisted the gang is the Real IRA. Donegaldaily has learned that extra resources have been made available in a bid to thwart dissidents using the county to launch attacks in the North.There are fears the Real IRA plan to step up its attacks in and around Derry and Strabane in the coming weeks and Gardai are determined the terrorists won’t be able to see Donegal as an easy getaway route.“This county will not be a safe haven for dissidents or any other terrorist group,” said a Garda source.“There is little or no support for dissidents in the North and there is very little support in Donegal for them either. “There is now unprecedented cooperation between police forces north and south and we are determined to do everything we can to prevent further attacks.”Gardai have already stepped up patrols along Border routes and are in constant contact with PSNI officers north of the Border.Checkpoints have been mounted over the weekend as fears grow of more dissident attacks.However we have also learned that armed gardai are also patrolling the Border in unmarked vehicles.Armed officers were on patrol at the weekend which led to three men in connection with the discovery of guns and ammunition in south Armagh. The men, aged 34, 35 and 39 will appear in court in Newry today.They are charged with possession of firearms with the intent to endanger life, preparation for committing acts of terrorism and possession of articles likely to be of use to terrorists.Police said a “substantial amount” of machine guns, rifles and handguns were found.The weapons were discovered in a vehicle during a joint PSNI and Garda operation in Keady on Friday. The charges follow the discovery of a second quantity of bomb making equipment in separate searches in south Armagh.Since the murder of 25-year-old PSNI constable Ronan Kerr three weeks ago, police have warned that dissidents are continuing to target its officers.ends‘DONEGAL WILL NOT BE A SAFE HAVEN FOR DISSIDENT TERRORISTS’ – GARDAI was last modified: April 25th, 2011 by gregShare 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:Co DonegalGardaiPSNIReal IRAundercoverlast_img read more


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first_imgONE of Donegal’s biggest employers has unveiled its new boss.Caroline Faulkner has been named senior managing director and head of Letterkenny’s Pramerica Systems Ireland Limited.She replaces Henry McGarvey who stepped down earlier this year to pursue other business interests. “We are delighted to promote Caroline to this position. Her proven skills and ability, depth of knowledge, dedication to quality service and commitment to community service make her the perfect choice to lead Pramerica into its future,” said John Fox, vice president, Global Business & Technology Solutions at PFI.“As one of our original seven employees, Caroline played a key role in Pramerica’s success. Since then, I have been continually impressed with her ability to lead business projects that are critical to the success of our PFI business partners.”Ms. Faulkner, who is also senior vice president and chief information officer at Pramerica, collaborates with PFI senior executives to help ensure continuous business improvement through cost reduction, quality improvements, innovation and risk mitigation, said the company.Ms. Faulkner joined Pramerica as senior programme manager when the company was established in 2000. In 2002, she was promoted to director of information systems and became chief information officer in 2010. In 2006, Ms. Faulkner was awarded PFI’s “Rock Solid Leadership” award for her strong people management and collaboration skills.Over the years, she has forged close working relationships between Pramerica, FAS Ireland and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) to develop educational programmes that have created a pipeline of talented and prepared information technology professionals.Prior to joining Pramerica, Ms. Faulkner was an information technology manager for Abbott Laboratories, a U.S. pharmaceutical company with five facilities in Ireland.Ms. Faulkner has a bachelor’s degree in computing science from the University of Ulster; a master’s degree in Leadership and Innovation from LYIT; and a diploma in accounting and finance from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.She is a member of the CIO Executive Council and the CIO European Research Board. She served on the LYIT Board of Governance for several years and was chair of its Audit Committee. Pramerica Systems Ireland provides essential computer-technology and client-contact services to PFI businesses around the world.Its Information Technology Group develops software and other systems solutions for PFI business groups and its Operations Group functions as a back-office contact centre for PFI business group.PRAMERICA UNVEILS NEW BOSS CAROLINE was last modified: April 30th, 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:donegalletterkennypramericaPRAMERICA UNVEILS NEW BOSS CAROLINElast_img read more


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first_img WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The Drake University men’s golf team finished in 12th-place out of 22 teams at the Kingsmill Intercollegiate on Tuesday at the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Va. The Bulldogs return to the links on April 1 for the Hoosier Invitational at IU Golf Course in Bloomington, Ind. Story Links  Print Friendly Version Individually, freshman Chase Wicklund led the team in the final round, shooting a three-over par, 73, to finish the 54-hole event with a score of 234 (78-83-73). Sophomore Tommi Avant finished tied for 13th-place after firing a 74 in the final 18 holes to end up six-over par for the event (216=72-70-74). Junior Matt Lavery also carded a 74, ending with a total score of 225 (76-75-74). Junior Drew Ison registered a 78 for a total score of 230 (76-76-78), while sophomore Jack Kennedy rounded out the team’s effort with a total score of 234 (76-79-79). Results The Bulldogs recorded a 299 on the final day for a total score of 899 (300-300-299). Tennessee won the team title by a stroke (850) over runner-up Penn State (851).last_img read more


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first_imgA great turnout of more than 200 wakers and runners took part in last night’s Education Training Board 5K in Letterkenny.Sean McGettigan from Finn Valley was the first male runner home in a strong time of 16.45 while the first female home was Irene McFadden from Letterkenny AC in a time of 19.43.The night was a huge success and organisers have thanked the Gardai and all stewarts and everyone else who helped out on the night. The following are the results form all those who took part.Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 197 16.45 Sean Mc Gettigan SM Finn Valley A C2 153 16.53 Aidan Callaghan SM Lifford Outreach 3 49 17.00 Paddy Mc Daid SM Finn Valley College4 162 17.01 Ciaran Mc Bride SM Letterkenny A C5 183 17.13 Eddie Sweeney SM Cranford A C6 96 17.19 Liam Doherty SM Cranford A C7 189 18.01 Jonathon Bradley SM Individual 8 200 18.02 Mark Mc Paul JM Finn Valley A C9 303 18.03 Paul Murray SM Finn Valley A C10 157 18.04 Michael Toland SM St Catherines11 182 18.07 Paddy Fox SM Cranford A C 12 74 19.01 Des Goyvaerts SM Individual13 75 19.02 Paul Doherty SM nonetb114 90 19.04 Ciaran Sharkey SM St Catherines15 159 19.10 Jamie Gallagher SM Individual16 133 19.14 Dinny Doherty SM Cranford A C17 173 19.25 Warren Blackburn SM Convoy18 198 19.30 Seamus Nallen SM Individual19 165 19.36 Martin McCabe M40 Individual20 66 19.39 Stephen Gibson SM Deele College21 106 19.43 Irene Mc Fadden SW Letterkenny A C22 105 19.46 Cathal Morrison M40 Individual23 34 19.48 Niall Gildea SM Individual24 33 19.53 Shaun Boyce SM Individual25 126 20.11 Marc Canning SM Individual26 73 20.12 Ciaran McIntyre SM Individual27 305 20.16 Naoise Enright SM Letterkenny A C28 145 20.20 Cathal Porter SM Finn Valley College29 161 20.26 Mark Hunter SM Individual30 87 20.28 Barry Mackey M40 Individual31 144 20.33 Danny Mc Dermott SM Finn Valley College32 124 20.34 Paul Gildea SM Individual33 7 20.37 Martina Hegarty SW Finn Valley A C34 156 20.49 Brendan Callaghan SM St Catherines35 163 20.50 Brian Mc Bride M40 Letterkenny A C36 177 20.51 John Anthony Mc Mullan SM Individual37 119 20.53 Martin Mc Clean SM Individual38 311 20.56 Ronan Gildea SM Individual39 158 20.57 Caolan Gallagher SM St Catherines40 102 21.14 Damien Gallagher SM Individual41 170 21.17 Michael Tunney M40 Individual42 5 21.25 Philip Browne SM Individual43 92 21.27 Serena Mc Daid SW Letterkenny A C44 148 21.35 Garvan Boyce M40 Individual45 125 21.36 Jonathon Edwards SM Individual46 194 21.37 James Mc Bride M40 Individual47 186 21.38 Karen Duffner w40 Finn Valley A C48 104 21.45 Patrick Mc Nulty SM Individual49 137 21.46 Aisling Mc Geehan SW Finn Valley A C50 46 21.51 Martin Gallen SM ETB Offices51 147 21.52 Chris Ashmore M40 Individual52 95 21.58 Gerard O’Donnell M40 Individual53 71 22.01 Pat Mc Garvey M40 Deele College54 129 22.05 Fabian Mc Shane M40 Individual55 108 22.05 Seamus Crudden SM Finn Valley A C56 4 22.07 Shaun O Donnell M40 Individual57 50 22.10 Brigid Moohan SW Moville CC58 57 22.14 Ann Marie Ni Chanainn SW Colaiste Ailigh59 130 22.15 Aidan Dorrian JM Individual60 304 22.26 Kieran Niddy SM Individual61 175 22.27 Mark Gildea SM Individual62 94 22.32 Eilish Mc Clafferty SW Letterkenny A C63 48 22.36 Nigel Kennedy SM Individual64 18 22.37 Amy Ní hEarcain JW Gairmscoil Chu Uladh65 98 22.38 Liam Mc Mullan M40 Individual66 128 22.40 Mark Farren SM Individual67 26 22.41 Evin O Giobáin JM Gairmscoil Chu Uladh68 43 22.44 Brian Troddyn SM ETB Offices69 134 22.50 Dermot Gallagher SM Individual70 154 22.53 Catherine Regan SW Letterkenny A C71 139 22.53 Eibhlin Mc Geehin w40 Finn Valley A C72 138 22.53 Joanne Campbell w40 Finn Valley A C73 115 22.57 Declan Doherty M40 Mulroy College74 35 22.58 Stephen Mc Glynn SM Individual75 91 22.59 Marian Kerr SW Letterkenny A C76 160 23.00 Declan Mc Elwaine SM Individual77 140 23.02 Margaret Shiels w40 Letterkenny A C78 121 23.06 Rachel Crossan SW Individual79 112 23.08 Eugene Mc Ginley SM Raphoe Road Runner80 184 23.13 Sabrina Mackey SW Individual81 117 23.16 Dean Holian JM Deele College82 42 23.17 Gerard Toland SM Crana College83 59 23.19 Paul Brady M40 Individual84 193 23.20 Paul Mc Nally SM Individual85 100 23.25 Eddie Mc Fadden M40 Rosses A.C.86 64 23.25 Liam Mc Dermott SM Adult Ed., Buncrana87 135 23.27 Hugh Mc Gonagle M40 Adult Ed. Ard OD88 131 23.28 Barry Tinney M40 Individual89 152 23.29 Mark Doherty JM Deele College90 190 23.31 Gary Coll SM Individual91 47 23.38 Rory Kennedy M40 Individual92 308 23.38 Lester Dobson M40 Letterkenny A C93 143 23.50 Pat McKenna w40 Letterkenny A C94 40 23.53 Dean Spencer M40 Individual95 99 23.57 Jonathon Wilson SM Individual96 70 24.09 Fiona Deeney SW Deele College97 118 24.11 Cathal Merritt SM Individual98 164 24.12 Aoife Mc Granaghan SW Raphoe Road runners99 123 24.18 Wesley Vance M40 Individual100 312 24.24 Evelyn Boyle SW lk247101 120 24.28 Kieran Gallagher SM Individual102 97 24.32 Myles Sweeney M40 Rosses A.C.103 67 24.36 Gavin Devenney SM Deele College104 185 24.37 Catriona Gilligan SW Finn Valley A C105 93 24.40 Shauna Mc Geehin SW Letterkenny A C106 116 24.50 Stephen Doherty M40 G. Chineal Eoghain107 13 24.52 Neil Gibbons JM Errigal College108 146 25.00 Eileen Morning w40 Individual109 78 25.06 Tracey Lynch SW Individual110 199 25.06 Orla Nallen SW Individual111 141 25.12 Paul Doherty M40 Individual112 122 25.13 Ruth Mc Crudden w40 Letterkenny A C113 111 25.18 Donna Gallagher SW Individual114 309 25.18 Jimmy Gildea M40 Letterkenny A C115 8 25.23 Mark Russell JM Errigal College116 76 25.30 Lee Ponsonby SM Individual117 178 25.39 Conor Friel JM Gairmscoil Chu Uladh118 30 25.40 Joanne Gallinagh SW Gairmscoil Chu Uladh119 77 25.41 Jacqueline Molloy w40 Deele College120 36 25.52 Caitriona Hasson SW Individual121 306 26.02 Andrea Mc Feeley SW Letterkenny A C122 149 26.03 Edel O Donnelll SW Crana College123 60 26.24 John Gallagher SM Colaiste Ailigh124 127 26.27 Susie Bogan SW Individual125 113 26.39 Amanda Mc Grath SW Individual126 84 27.02 Enda Slevin SM Raphoe Road Runner127 88 27.10 Maura Mc Faddden SW Moville CC128 58 27.12 Louise Goudie SW Raphoe Road Runner129 83 27.16 Margaret Slevin SW Raphoe Road Runner130 69 27.20 Annette Gildea SW Deele College131 62 27.25 Tommy Delaney SM Adult Ed. Buncrana132 37 27.30 Lynn Mac Gabhann SW Deele College133 172 27.31 Stephen Sweeney SM Errigal College134 171 27.42 PJ Hagan SM Individual135 82 27.46 Emer Martin SW Raphoe Road Runner136 103 27.52 Grace Bonner SW Moville CC137 174 27.57 Annette Toye w40 Finn Valley College138 14 28.07 Shauna Coyle SW Raphoe Road Runner139 167 28.12 Marie Moyne SW Individual140 3 28.18 Mary O Donnell w40 Individual141 301 28.24 Aine Gallagher SW Crana College142 187 28.30 Patricia Houston SW Finn Valley A C143 41 28.37 Michael Morton M40 Individual144 110 28.48 Mary Bonner w40 Individual145 54 29.07 Marian Gallagher SW Individual146 107 29.14 Fiona Crudden SW Individual147 81 29.15 Edel Page SW Raphoe Road Runner148 168 29.16 Nicola Mc Ateer SW Individual149 109 29.16 Tara Mc Laughlin SW Errigal College150 195 29.20 Deirdre Logue SW Errigal College151 150 29.20 Padraig Duggan SM Finn Valley College152 15 29.34 Aoife Mac Laverty w40 Individual153 169 29.48 Martin Gallagher SM Individual154 307 29.51 Michaela Dunleavy JW Gairmscoil Chú Uladh155 101 30.16 Colleen Gallagher SW Moville CC156 101 30.16 Ann Mc Fadden w40 Individual157 86 30.16 Pamela Mc Granaghan w40 Individual158 85 30.16 Andrew Mc Granaghan SM Individual159 310 30.19 Carina Gibbons JW Gairmscoil Chú Uladh160 80 30.20 Christina Brolly w40 Raphoe Road Runner161 188 30.28 Claire Carr SW Individual162 142 30.30 Olive Doherty w40 Individual163 166 30.55 Marie Mc Bride SW Individual164 196 31.01 John Mc Laughlin JM Errigal College165 114 31.05 Siobhan Carr SW Individual166 51 31.12 Nicola Mc Daid SW St Catherines167 20 31.23 Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill JW Gairmscoil Chú Uladh168 191 31.25 Caroline Mc Cabe w40 Individual169 192 31.29 Rosaleen Lynch w40 Individual170 31 31.35 Ceallaigh Nic Ruairí SW Gairmscoil Chu Uladh171 151 31.51 Aisling Heaney SW Crana College172 44 31.51 shane Laverty SM Individual173 45 31.52 Eunan Mc Bride M40 Individual174 136 32.00 Eilis Cullen JW Deele College175 89 32.00 Fiona Friel SW Deele College176 65 33.11 Helen Logue SW Deele College177 79 33.14 Georgina Mc Crudden SW Individual178 52 33.30 Fiona Kenny SW StCatherinesKillybegs179 53 33.50 Finola Kennedy SW Individual180 72 34.33 Martin Towey JM Deele College181 302 34.39 Aine Laird SW Crana College182 61 34.40 Mary Mc Grath SM Adult Ed. Ard ODo183 9 34.52 Eve anne Mc Carron SW Raphoe Road Runner184 19 35.30 Clár Ni cheallaigh JW Gairmscoil Chú Uladh185 63 35.30 Caolan Mc Daid SM Adult Ed., Buncrana186 201 35.54 Aisling Mc Ateer Walkers Mulroy College187 202 35.55 Laura Lynch Walkers Mulroy College188 227 36.20 Tommy Kerr Walkers ETB Offices189 237 36.20 Charlie Quinn Walkers Finn Valley College190 242 36.31 Katherine Canning Walkers Individual191 241 36.31 Brona Gillespie Walkers Individual192 39 37.12 Ann Spencer w40 Individual193 32 37.12 Rose Duffy w40 ETB Offices194 203 37.18 Angela Gallagher Walkers Mulroy College195 230 37.21 Finola Beirne Walkers Mulroy College196 240 37.43 Paul Coyle Walkers ETB Offices,197 219 37.43 Janet Coyle Walkers ETB Offices,198 205 39.00 Martina Guthrie Walkers Individual199 204 39.00 Aidan Guthrie Walkers Errigal College200 224 40.02 Aine Greene Walkers Mulroy College201 225 40.04 Jade Doran Walkers Mulroy College202 223 41.06 Siubhan Gillespie Walkers ETB Offices203 235 41.06 Julie Mc Devitt Walkers Mulroy College204 236 41.07 Kathleen Mc Gonagle Walkers Mulroy College205 226 41.40 Patricia Gallagher Walkers Deele College206 228 41.51 Lorna Freeborn Walkers Deele College207 238 43.18 Orla Maguire Walkers Mulroy College208 239 43.18 Laobhaise Maguire Walkers Mulroy College209 216 45.15 Caitriona O’Malley Walkers Magh Ene College210 244 48.50 Karen Pattton Walkers Mulroy College211 245 48.57 Mary Mc Ginley Walkers Individual212 231 49.33 Kate Harris Walkers Finn Valley College213 229 52.10 Caroline Dormian Walkers Finn Valley College214 640 59.50 Sean Mc Closkey Walkers IndividualTotal runners and walkers: 213MORE THAN 200 WALKERS AND RUNNERS TAKE PART IN ETB 5K was last modified: October 23rd, 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:5kEducation Training Boardlast_img read more


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first_imgWhile away an hour or so with a free screening of the John Ford classic The Quiet Man at the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny.As part of the Bealtaine Festival, the afternoon free film showing is on Wednesday May 20th at 2pm.Booking advised – 074 9129186 AN AFTERNOON WITH THE QUIET MAN was last modified: May 16th, 2015 by John2Share 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:Bealtaine FestivalTHE QUIET MANlast_img read more


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CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceSomewhere in between the time Bryce Harper signs with a team that isn’t the Giants and the conclusion of the Mueller investigation, the Raiders will announce they are playing in Oakland in 2019.It’s the absolute worst possible scenario. Except for all the others. RAIDERS AT THE COMBINE: Matt Schneidman is en route to Indy and breaks down everything you need to know.Regrets? Raiders owner Mark Davis has …


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first_img18 April 2007South African social networking site MyVideo is venturing into citizen journalism, with the website offering users R1 000 for submitting “compelling, relevant and exclusive video news content”.The website has started accepting videos made using either video camcorders or cellphone technology since Monday, with editors deciding which videos are good enough for the financial reward.Editors will review each video based on several criteria, the most important of which are exclusive and responsible newsworthiness, together with sufficient video and audio quality.“MyVideo was set up to stimulate the exchange of content and views – and we’ve been happy with some of the content so far, especially the controversial FNB anti-crime advertising and the local Cape Town Flashmob activities,” MyVideo chief executive Rowan Polovin said in a statement.“But we want to encourage actively breaking news as it happens. The better cellphones now make that a reality, as the quality of the content is now good enough to MMS or e-mail to us direct,” Polovin said. “So we think a prize will stimulate guerrilla journos to send content in.”According to the company, much has been made of citizen journalists in the past, but no one has provided any financial incentive to encourage it – until now.Submitted clips will be posted on the site once they have been evaluated, while the selected clip will be placed under the category “breaking news”.“We are continually striving to be both innovative and responsible with the services we offer to our subscribers,” Polovin said. “With these new features we are not only showcasing MyVideo but also South Africa.”Jude Mathurine, head of the New Media Lab at Rhodes University, told Business Day on Tuesday that the strategy would sill have to prove itself, as he was not sure it was the best way to attract user-generated content.“If you look at some of the news sites such as Sunday Times and Mail & Guardian that are already attracting user-generated content, it would be difficult for MyVideo to compete,” he said.He further told the paper that it might make more sense for the site to attract the bizarre, crazy and shocking type of content that keeps viewers coming back for more, as opposed to news content that was typically difficult to create.Polovin told Business Day that the company would steer clear of the legal implications of running a news site by having trained editors screen all submitted content before it is made live.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more