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POMRFL grand finals set for tomorrow

first_imgMore than 1000 people are expected to flock in to watch teams from the three divisions battle it out to be crowned champions of rugby league in Port Moresby.At 9am is the first grand final in the U19 men’s division between Brothers and Defence.Later at 2pm will be the women’s grand final that will see Royals go up against Souths.The main game is the showdown featuring Brothers and Royals in the A grade men’s grand final at 4pm.POMRFL operations manager Meke Maino said there will be a briefing this afternoon for all grand final teams to run through the program for tomorrow.“Otherwise we are all set and ready for a big day,” said Maino.last_img read more

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Barça denies having issued negative messages against its players in networks

first_img2.- I3 Ventures, provider of the Club, has no link to these accounts and, if any type of relationship is demonstrated, the Club would immediately terminate its contractual relationship and take appropriate legal action in defense of its legitimate interests.3.- Likewise, FC Barcelona confirms that it has contracted social network monitoring services in order to be aware of both positive and negative messages, of which the Entity is the object.4.- With the hiring of these services, the Club ensures to protect and preserve its reputation, as well as that of those linked to the Club (sponsors, players, managers, partners, peñistas …), to the extent that the protection This reputation is a fundamental element and an indispensable obligation for those who work for the Entity.5.- The Club requires the immediate rectification of the information disseminated and reserves the right to take appropriate legal action against those who continue to involve the Club in this type of practice “. Barça denied on Monday in a statement any relationship with issuers of negative messages around persons, entities or organizations related to Barça in social networks, although he clarified that in case a link is found between these toxic accounts and I3 Ventures, the club’s provider, he will immediately terminate his relationship with this company.This is the five-point statement of the Barca club.“Following the information released today about hiring a company dedicated to creating opinion states on social networks to erode the image of third parties directly or indirectly related to the Club, FC Barcelona:1.- It strongly denies any relationship and, even more, the contracting of services linked to social network accounts that have spread negative or disparaging messages in relation to any person, entity or organization that has or has had a relationship with the Club.last_img read more

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FIFA crisis deepens

first_imgZURICH (AP):Sepp Blatter and UEFA President Michel Platini, the former France great who had been favoured to take over as FIFA leader, were both suspended for 90 days yesterday, plunging football’s governing body deeper into crisis.Blatter and Platini were suspended by the FIFA ethics committee in the wake of a Swiss criminal investigation. The decision seemingly ends Platini’s bid to succeed Blatter as FIFA president in the emergency election in February.Another presidential hopeful, Chung Mong-joon, was suspended for six years in a separate case, and FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke was banned for 90 days.The suspensions can be extended by up to 45 days.The International Olympic Committee called on FIFA to consider a “credible external presidential candidate of high integrity” as Blatter’s replacement.”Enough is enough,” IOC president Thomas Bach said. “We hope that now, finally, everyone at FIFA has at last understood that they cannot continue to remain passive.Repairing imageBach added, “They must act swiftly to regain credibility because you cannot forever dissociate the credibility of FIFA from the credibility of football.”Issa Hayatou, the longtime head of the African Football Confederation who was reprimanded in 2011 by the IOC in a FIFA kickbacks scandal, will take over as acting president.The 69-year-old Cameroonian, who has a serious kidney illness that requires regular dialysis sessions, is currently in Yaounde and is expected to travel to Zurich immediately.Hayatou said he would not stand for president in February but remained committed to the reform process.”We will also continue to cooperate fully with authorities and follow the internal investigation wherever it leads,” Hayatou said in a statement.The interim leader of UEFA will be Spanish federation head Angel Maria Villar, who remains at risk of being sanctioned from the FIFA ethics committee in its investigation of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests.UEFA’s 54-member nations are due to meet in Nyon, Switzerland, next Thursday, while FIFA vice-president David Gill and fellow executive committee member Wolfgang Niersbach have called for an emergency meeting of FIFA’s ruling body.Blatter’s suspension brings a sudden halt to a 40-year career that had survived waves of scandals until he was placed under criminal investigation.Last month, Swiss authorities turned up at Blatter’s office at FIFA headquarters and interrogated him. The criminal case centres on Blatter allegedly misusing FIFA money by making a $2 million payment to Platini, who was questioned as a witness.Blatter was also questioned by Swiss investigators about broadcasting contracts sold to former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner in 2005 that were supposedly undervalued.’Misunderstanding’Blatter’s lawyer, Richard Cullen, said the ethics committee failed to follow procedure and based its decision on a “misunderstanding”.The suspension of Platini could have the most far-reaching implications. Platini submitted his formal candidacy to stand in the February 26 election to replace Blatter yesterday. That means it will have to be considered by the election committee after the October 26 deadline for candidacies. Chung, a former FIFA vice-president, was found guilty of breaches relating to the investigation into bidding for the 2022 World Cup, of which South Korea was a contender.Chung said his ban has “completely undermined the legitimacy and fairness of the next FIFA presidential election”.Valcke had already been put on leave last month after being the subject of allegations over a deal for black market sales of tickets to 2014 World Cup matches.Valcke’s lawyer, Barry Berke, said the Frenchman was the subject of “false allegations”.last_img read more

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Taylor: WI will back

first_imgKOLKATA, India, CMC – Fast bowler Jerome Taylor says West Indies will use yesterday’s warm-up loss to hosts India as a learning experience and hit back strongly when the Twenty20 World Cup bowls off. West Indies were soundly beaten by India by 45 runs at Eden Gardens, after suffering a batting collapse while chasing a target of 186. “We can look at the batting and the way we lost wickets. Wickets kept falling in clusters so I guess that’s one area we can improve on,” Taylor told reporters. “As a team, we are working towards one common goal which is winning and there’s always room for improvement. We will go back to the drawing boards and come again after this game.” He added: “If you want to be in the finals, you have to improve each and every time you go out on the park so we’ll look to improve in all departments of the game – batting, bowling and fielding.” India got up to 185 for five off their 20 overs, with opener Rohit Sharma anchoring the innings with an unbeaten 98 off 57 deliveries. Taylor led the attack with two for 26 while left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn finished with two for 30. The Jamaican said despite the loss, the squad was in a great mood, especially coming off a two-week camp in the United Arab Emirates. “We have been playing cricket over the last week, two weeks. It’s a happy camp, to be honest with you,” Taylor said. “The guys are gelling together and they are upbeat about this tournament. They are just sharing each other’s experience among themselves and gelling together as a group. “This is a fantastic experience for us as well and hope we can take a lot from this and bounce back again.” Taylor said the defeat would not dent the side’s confidence but would enhance their preparation to face India later in the competition, if such a meeting arose. “It has provided us with an insight as to what India are going to be like so there’s a lot to take from this game … so that if we do come up against India again we can give a good account of ourselves.”last_img read more

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Size matters

first_imgJapeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum “For the first time in a long while, you will have June Mar, Greg, and Japeth (Aguilar) playing together in a team with (Andray) Blatche,” said Guiao in a statement released by the league to media offices. “Definitely, we will get a little bigger.”A little is an understatement, especially with Guiao dead set on including 7-foot-1 high school star Kai Sotto in Ateneo in the pool.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“It will help Kai a lot, playing against the likes of June Mar, Blatche and Slaughter in practices,” Guiao told the Inquirer in a recent interview. “He’s had little to no competition in high school and if we want him to develop, getting him to play against the big pros will help.“He has the skills and the IQ to match up with them; it’s just that he isn’t physically as big and as strong,” added Guiao. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew LATEST STORIES Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Eriksson’s hiring flushes out new prospects View comments Fajardo and Slaughter are back in good health and could be available for games against Kazakhstan and Iran, which the country will host at Mall of Asia Arena.Gilas Pilipinas battles Kazakhstan on Nov. 30 before facing tormentor Iran on Dec. 3.The 6-foot-11 Blatche, however, will only be eligible to play against Iran because of the three-game suspension meted on him by Fiba for his role in an in-game brawl against Australia in July. Also eligible after serving out suspensions as a result of that brawl are Jayson Castro, Terrence Romeo and Troy Rosario.Injuries prevented both Fajardo and Slaughter from joining the national team under Guiao when it lost to Iran at Tehran, 81-73, on Sept. 13. The two were also absent when Gilas beat Qatar, 92-81, in a closed-door match at Smart Araneta Coliseum.And the added size won’t even slow down the team.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:14Carpio 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 Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “June Mar and the others can also run,” Guiao said.Christian Standhardinger and Stanley Pringle are again being considered for the Nov. 30 clash with Kazakhstan.“We will just present the pool to them (league board) and present our training schedule as well,” said Guiao.Others included in the pool are Paul Lee, Gabe Norwood, Alex Cabagnot, Poy Erram, Scottie Thompson, Marcio Lassiter, Raymond Almazan, Ian Sangalang, Allei Maliksi, Beau Belga, Matthew Wright and Asi Taulava. —BONG LOZADA, INQUIRER.NETSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Greg Slaughter (left) and June Mar Fajardo – Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netThe tantalizing prospect of getting the PBA’s two best big men is within national coach Yeng Guiao’s grasp and the mercurial mentor cannot help but marvel at the sudden bump in ceiling for Gilas Pilipinas.With two home games on the horizon for the national team in the next window of the Fiba World Cup qualifiers, Guiao could have the one thing that very few coaches had before: A glut of size at the low blocks with reigning four-time MVP June Mar Fajardo of San Miguel Beer and Barangay Ginebra’s Greg Slaughter fit to join the squad.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

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NIS Chairman flays management, employees

first_img–  no room for incompetence, poor customer serviceThe Management and staff of the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) came in for some flogging from Board Chairman, Dr Surrendra Persaud when he upbraided them to take full stock of their responsibilities as “custodians” of the Insurance body, urging them to come up to standard in their performance, particularly in the area of customer service.NIS Chairman,Dr Surendra PersaudA section of the gathering at the ceremony on ThursdayPersaud was the featured speaker on Thursday at the 47th anniversary celebration of the Insurance Scheme, held in the compound of the organisation’s Brickdam office.He lashed out at the organisation, taking to its several incidences of what he said aptly describes incompetence by the institution towards members of the public.“NIS’ management and staff need to recognise, we are not doing a favour to beneficiaries when we provide a benefit. We are custodians of the money that was paid by them and we have a moral and legal obligation to fulfil those claims”, he told the audience of mostly staff members.Dr Persaud encouraged staff members to take the few days ahead and reflect on their role in the organisation. He said NIS is a service provider, providing benefits that are enshrined in the law and are due to each contributor.“We need to stop treating people like they are defrauding the system and we need to immediately begin to provide better service to the people we serve. So when you reflect on your role, you need to ask yourself if this is the right place for you. If it is not, then please find the right place for yourself. You should not be working here if you are not happy and if you would not do the job,” he said.Speaking to the financial status of NIS, Persaud said the scheme seems to be in a rocky position, as it now spends more than it actually earns from contributions to satisfy benefits and operations. Persaud said the scheme is using money from its investments to pay out benefits and maintain operations. According to him, that is unsustainable.While the situation is not unique to Guyana and insurance schemes throughout the Caribbean, the Chairman stressed that Guyana needs to make a difference.“The NIS will not be allowed to fail. We are not going to tolerate incompetence and poor customer service. We cannot continue to treat our people, our own pensioners and our own Guyanese this way. It is unacceptable and it is wrong, so let us freshly commit to be better in the year ahead”.Meanwhile, the Scheme’s General Manager, Holly Greaves, presenting on the organisation’s financial performance, reported that at the end of December 2015, the fund stood at some $33.5 billion. However, it is projected that at the end of December this year, it will be just below $34 billion.“For the period January to August 2016, income from contributions collected was $12.5 billion or 70.6 per cent of the $17.7 billion budgeted, while total expenditure over the same period was approximately $12.6 billion or 71.6 per cent of its $17.6 billion budgetary allocation,” Greaves reported.According to her, the projections to the end of the year show that income would be approximately $19 billion while the projected expenditure would be approximately $18.6 billion.In terms of benefits, at the end of August 2016, the Scheme had expended $11.4 billion for benefit payments and it is projected that by the end of the year, this figure, she said, would increase to $16.4 billion. The Pension Branch – Old Age, Invalidity, Survivors – accounted for approximately 90 per cent of these payments. “There were over 47,000 pensioners on roll as at the end of August, 2016. Coupled with this, at the beginning of the year, increases were granted to the Funeral Benefit from $33,385 to $36,725 and the minimum rate for Old Age and Invalidity pensions was increased from $21,352 to $25,000 per month”.Greaves said notwithstanding the figures mentioned, an assessment of the current business and operating environments during the 2016 budgeted period revealed that there are other key issues that should not be overlooked by the Scheme that could have an impact on its income and operations.Meanwhile, the organisation also awarded several individuals, including employees with services between 20 and 40 years, along with bursaries to children whose parents are employees of the organisation.last_img read more

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Youth conference a glaring “election gimmick” – Jagdeo

first_img…maintains neglected, job opportunities less for youthsThe recently concluded youth conference that was hosted in Georgetown was seen as another plan orchestrated by the coalition Government aimed at misleading the country’s youth.Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo said Government has done little to nothing to improve the lives of young people in Guyana but rather, it has made it harder for them to get equal opportunities for advancement and development in their homeland.“This is very transparent. It is part of an election gimmick. If you imagine they are now soliciting youth perspective on empowerment and development. What about your promises to young people? Shouldn’t you start with that?” he questioned.Jagdeo said everything that was promised to young people during the pre-election period have not been delivered. Those promises included free education, among others.The Opposition Leader said Government has also made it harder for young people to attend university due to the increases in fees. “You are going after people who have defaulted their student loan, which we didn’t do. You put a tax on education, you are now engaged in a major fight with the teachers of this country,” he observed.In addition to that, Jagdeo said the coalition Government had promised young people jobs but some 30,000 of them lost their jobs due to Government’s irrational decision.But more disturbingly, he recalled President David Granger speech at a cultural event at Betervawagting (BV), East Coast Demerara, where he described young people as lazy.“I wonder if he wanted those same young people to give him a perspective who he lectured to at BV, who he said that they must not have cellphones. But young people need those. It’s part of empowerment. He should see how being able to be connected to the Internet transform lives in rural communities in Africa and India,” he noted.The Opposition Leader claimed also that he had come across an email that was leaked or released and purportedly belonged to Attorney General and Legal Affairs Minister Basil Williams, talking about how the current Government could win young people’s votes.“One of the things he said is that as we get closer to elections, one of the things we will have to do is to get some music sets and bring in some artiste from abroad and we will do couple of big shows…That’s his perspective on young people… that we (Government) will win them back, that they are fickle minded,” he explained.JobsBut the former Head of State said Williams has clearly underestimated young people. “Because we know what’s happening out there now in the job market that it’s tough, tough, tough. It’s tough for grown people, people who had jobs and lost it, much less young people. And there is absolutely no attempt to address this. In fact they have this elitist sort of approach to everything. They are not connected to people’s real desires and concerns on the ground.”A Guyana Labour Force Survey released in March of this year had calculated that the unemployment rate stood at 12 per cent in the third quarter of last year, with disproportionately high numbers of both women and youth aged 15 to 24.The survey, said to be the first of its kind in Guyana in recent years, found that the total number of unemployed persons for the period was 37,119, which comprised 15.3 per cent of eligible females, as opposed to 9.9 per cent of eligible males, as well as 21.6 per cent of youth aged 15 to 24 and 28 per cent of young women.The inaugural Guyana Youth Conference 2018 was hosted under the theme, ‘Youth Perspective for Empowerment and Development for a better Guyana. The conference was held for three days beginning September 24 and ended on September 26 at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre. It catered for young people between the ages of 18-35.last_img read more

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World Tai Chi and Qigong Day April 28th

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – World Tai Chi and Qigong day is happening in Fort St. John this Saturday.Willow Moon Internal Arts will be celebrating National Tai Chi and Qigong day by hosting their class outside across from the Whole Wheat and Honey Cafe. The class will be outside in hopes to raise public awareness to Tai Chi and Qigong in the community.The class will begin with Willow Moon Internal Arts’ Head Tai Chi instructor Tammy Bilodeau leading a warm up where anyone is welcome to participate. Next Bilodeau’s class will demonstrate to the public, 24 form Tai Chi, 48 form Tai Chi, the Five Elements of Qigong, Sword Form, Sabre Form, and Water Style.- Advertisement -“Tai Chi is moving meditation. people now a days know how helpful meditation is for your mind and stress, so when you’re doing Tai Chi you’re moving and really just focused on what you’re doing.” Bilodeau said about the benefits of practicing Tai Chi.Willow Moon Internal Arts is celebrating their 40th year in Fort St. John and Bilodeau expects there to be at least 20-30 Tai Chi students participating in the exercises.The event starts at 1:00 p.m. in the park across from the Whole Wheat and Honey Cafe.Advertisementlast_img read more

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No time for old idea

first_imgSanta Clarita Worry Re “Are you worried about global warming?” (Online poll, Feb. 2): To those readers who are not worried about global warming: The leading scientists and politicians in California are very worried. The 300 scientists at the September 2006 California Climate Change Research Conference reported that the impacts of global warming on California include: more heat waves like last July’s, increased forest fires, increased smog, decreased crop productivity, species extinction, decreased water supply, increasing insect-caused disease and coastal flooding and erosion caused by sea-level rise. California is leading the nation in fighting global warming. Everyone can help by conserving energy with fluorescent bulbs, fans instead of air-conditioning, and more ways (flexyourpower.com). – Jim Stewart Los Angeles Do us all a favor Re “Mandatory democracy” (Our Opinions, Feb. 5): The proposed legislation making registering to vote a requirement of high school graduation is yet another in a long line of loony leftist ideas. If large numbers of high school graduates lack the motivation and desire to register to vote – and, by extension, are unlikely to be at least somewhat informed on issues and candidates – I would prefer they do the rest of us a big favor by staying home on election day to catch up on all the latest “news” in People magazine. – Charles Robinson Saugus Naming rights Re “Lake Balboa beckons” (Feb. 4): Many Valley communities had different names long ago – Lankershim, Owensmouth, Roscoe and Lopez Junction, for example. In 1991 a slice of Van Nuys along Chandler Boulevard became a part of Sherman Oaks. That change has had positive effects on the area, including new homes, many remodeled homes, street improvements and improved real estate values (even when the Valley’s real estate market was in a sinking mode through the 1990s). The same is true for Valley Village and Valley Glen. So who can fault a community for wanting an image change? – Sol Taylor President North Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association Sherman Oaks Impossible to please In 2006, the Democrats in Congress attacked President George W. Bush’s Iraq policy by declaring that he had not allotted enough troops to pacify and secure order in that nation. The president has acquiesced by inserting more troops. Now the Democrats’ reaction is to introduce a resolution condemning Bush’s plan, a plan they had previously endorsed. Such duplicity would make Machiavelli proud. – Harry Nieves Sylmar Dog days Re “Man poisons dog” (Your Opinions, Feb. 7): Kudos for Lisa Freedman and her ability to “appreciate the desperation” of the man who poisoned his neighbor’s barking dog. I, too, have listened to various neighbors’ barking dogs half the night while training my own dogs to be civilized enough to stay in my home quietly during my absences. In many of these cases the barking dogs’ owners and pet-advocacy organizations lament: How could someone hurt an innocent dog? No one discusses the plight of pushed-to-the-limit homeowners who listen daily to barking dogs and deal with their inconsiderate owners. – Mary Montes West Hills Democracy redefined Re “Democracy defined” (Your Opinions, Jan. 29): It seems that whenever the Bush administration loyalists have their Divine Right of Rule challenged, some anti-democratic type comes up with the old canard, “America is not a democracy; it’s a republic.” Contrary to Jack Schlicht’s straw-man argument, we are really talking about a situation of six of one and half a dozen of another. Both terms, when qualified, describe a government “of the people, by the people and for the people.” The term “democracy” comes from Greek word roots meaning the “people’s rule,” while “republic” comes from Latin word roots meaning the “public’s thing to do.” – Rick Kellis Woodland Hills Birds of a feather Re “Ford renaming Ford 500 model Taurus” (Feb. 7): Calling a dead duck a dead goose pretty much leaves a dead duck with a different name. To re-christen something unsuccessful with something that had become unsuccessful makes as much sense as calling a lemon a melon. – Michael E. White Burbank The Race Bowl Re “Super race-obsessed” (Your Opinions, Feb. 6): I could not agree more with Elizabeth Potter. Someone please enlighten me: What does the color of one’s skin have to do with football coaching? Divisiveness is growing at an alarming rate in this country, and this is yet another example of why. – Judi Williams Chatsworth Break the habit We all know that America is addicted to oil. This addiction plagues our health, our environment and our security. And it leaves us open to the whims of potentially hostile foreign governments. It’s not enough to get off of foreign oil. We need to get off of oil altogether. We need better funding for public transportation, strong conservation measures, higher fuel-efficiency standards and more funding for alternative energy sources. These are common-sense solutions and are well within our grasp. I only hope our elected officials have the wisdom to enact them. – Danielle Fiderio Reseda Turning their backs The hypocrisy from the left just astounds me sometimes. When manufacturing firms move jobs out of the country for economic reasons – like cheaper labor, fewer union restrictions and better tax breaks – they are “evil” and must be dealt with. However, when their friends in the film industry find that they are not getting enough breaks from the government, it’s the government’s fault. Instead of blaming the Treasury Department, they should be going after those in the multibillion-dollar film industry for turning their backs on their country. – Keith Gurian Granada Hills160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Studio City Gavin forgiven San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom has recognized, admitted and asked forgiveness for his transgression. Yet the public is falling all over itself to cast the first stone. Those of us who are Christians should give thanks that Jesus doesn’t forgive us with such vehemence. Why are we questioning whether Newsom’s career is at an end when the man who has led more than 3,000 American heroes to their death in an immoral war remains in office and unrepentant? – Michael Menchaca Re “Time for a new idea on energy” (Viewpoint, Feb. 4): Just one day after this newspaper prints of the catastrophic consequences of global warming, Joel Kotkin and Robert Hertzberg tell us the first step in their “new idea for energy” is to “develop domestic fossil fuels.” They claim this would be only for the short term. It would take years to institute this “solution.” How many years do they want us to waste on fossil fuels when we should be focusing on alternatives? What’s “short term” for Kotkin? Fifty years? When it’s too late to reverse the damage we’ve done? – Gabriela del Campo-Moore last_img read more

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Tottenham target set to snub Spurs’ advances and sign new Monaco deal

first_img1 Anthony Martial in action for Monaco Anthony Martial is ready to snub interest from Tottenham and sign a new deal with Monaco, according to his agent.The 19-year-old is one of the hottest prospect in French football and has been likened to former Arsenal great Thierry Henry.Tottenham have scouted the forward several times and reports had linked them with an £18m bid for his services this summer.However the Frenchman’s agent, Philippe Lamboley, has put an end to those rumours by claiming his client is set to extend his stay with Monaco.“We have had a constructive meeting today [Wednesday],” Lamboley told L’Equipe.“There is a detail that remains, but we are close to an agreement for a contract extension of one year [until 2019].”last_img read more

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