A family of four is contemplating their next move after their home was set on fire by a woman who retaliated after finding out that her paramour is cheating.Reports are the fire started at about 16:00h on Friday afternoon in the upper flat of the two-storey wooden and concrete structure, located at Lot 192 Pineapple Street, East Ruimveldt, Georgetown.An occupant of the house, Sherwin Barrington, told Guyana Times that he was at home in the company of some work colleagues when the mother of his child arrived in a car.Upon exiting, she accused that man infidelity and retaliated by gaining entry into the house thereafter, where she allegedly set it on fire. After committing the act, the woman calmly left the house.Barrington explained that a neighbour noticed thick, black smoke billowing fromThe upper flat which was completely guttedthe upper flat of the house and as such, raised an alarm. He immediately rushed into the house and saw the mattress on fire.When this publication arrived at the scene, onlookers crowded the street as firefighters contained the blaze to one location. While some household items were salvaged from the blaze, the entire upper flat was gutted, with the lower flat suffering water damage.The neighbouring structure on the northern side received minor damage to its ceiling and the adjacent walls.Divisional Operations Officer of the Guyana Fire Service (GFS), Gregory Wickham explained that the house was already consumed in flames when the fire tendersSome furniture that was saved from the flamesarrived at the scene.“After we got the call, we got a response with four tenders; two from Water Street, one from West Ruimveldt and the other from Alberttown. On arrival, the first tender vehicle saw that the top floor of this apartment building was already engulfed but they managed to finally extinguish the flames,” the Divisional Operations Officer said.He also hinted that a woman might have been responsible for starting the fire.“The lead we’re following so far is one of the occupants of the building is saying that just prior to the fire, his child mother would have exited the building. That’s one of the leads that we’re following concerning this investigation,” said Wickham.Guyana Times understands the suspected arsonist and Barrington have one child together. The family estimates their losses to be over $14 million.
If you live north of Highway 64 in Cherry Point, Bear Canyon or Cleardale, in Clear Prairie or Worsley north of Highway 64 and west of range road 80 secondary highway 726 prepare to evacuate on short notice.Here is the map provided by the Province of Alberta.Map of the Siphon Creek Fire evacuation alert in Alberta. • 9 heavy equipment Crews continued to establish control lines by using heavy equipment, burn out operations and air support. Due to wind gusts this afternoon, the fire continued to expand. The expansion mostly occurred on the Alberta side. BCWS continues to work with our Alberta counterparts on this fire.The following map show the area under an evacuation alert and an evacuation order.There is also an evacuation alert in place for residents in Alberta and Clear Hills County. Here is the area covered in that evacuation alert:Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Siphon Creek Road fire continues to grow and move into Alberta.The B.C. Wildfire Service estimates the fire is now over 24,000 hectares and continues to grow. Most of the growth was in Alberta with small growth to the north and south of the fire in B.C.Strong winds in the area continued to cause problems for firefighters working the fire.- Advertisement -Resources • 77 firefighters • 9 helicopters Advertisement
John Hill joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.The Coral spokesman reveals Arsenal are 25/1 to win the Champions League after reaching the group stage for the 17th consecutive campaign by beating Besiktas in their qualifier.He looks at the prices on offer for Capital One Cup glory, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham among the leading contenders.And there’s also US Open talk, with Hill claiming Andy Murray is not looking in the best shape ahead of his second match, as punters desert him.Coral is the official betting partner of the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast
The visitors led twice before half-time to make it 2-1 before substitute Nicolas Pepe netted a brace of free kicks inside the final 13 minutes to earn the Gunners all three points.Speaking on BT Sport after the match, former Arsenal striker Van Persie suggested things hadn’t changed since he left the club in 2012.“I don’t think that Emery really connects with his players,” the Dutchman said. “I think they are still weak on set pieces, which was a problem at my time, to be honest.“But everyone should feel responsible. Arsenal lose 12 to 15 points per season by set pieces. That should stop. If you want to play for the first couple of places you have to sort it out, you have to find a way.“As a player you want to have that feeling, you have to sprint back, now I see a couple of players jogging back, and there’s danger there. I don’t feel that in the team.“If you have a very strong coach, and you are in midfield and you see danger somewhere, you sprint for your life, because you know if you don’t do it you get punished.”Van Persie also suggested that communication problems between Emery and his players may be at fault for their mixed performances so far this campaign.“I’ve had [Arsene] Wenger, Louis van Gaal, [Alex] Ferguson, I had so many coaches, and their main quality was to be clear,” the 36-year-old added.“If I’m really honest.someone sent me a video last week of [Emery] trying to explain something, and I couldn’t really figure out if he was saying, ‘calm, calm’ or ‘come, come.’“That is very important, you have to be clear, you have to be the leader and the leader needs to be clear towards his players.”Arsenal return to Premier League action on Sunday when they host Crystal Palace at the Emirates.0Shares0000(Visited 77 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Van Persie: I don’t think that Emery really connects with his players. Photo/TEAMTalk MediaLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 25 – Robin van Persie has criticised Unai Emery for failing to build a rapport with his players, adding that their battles at set pieces is the team’s achilles heel.Arsenal made it three wins out of three in the Europa League group stages courtesy of a 3-2 win over Vitoria on Thursday, but the Portuguese outfit were the better side for much of the game.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Heta Korpivaara scored 13 of her 18 points in the second half, including six points during a decisive 17-6 run, to lead Seton Hall to a 74-61 upset of No. 12 Notre Dame on Saturday. The loss was the third straight for the Irish (9-4, 0-2), their longest losing streak in eight years. The victory was the first for Seton Hall (5-8, 0-2) against a ranked team since beating No. 23 Notre Dame 51-48 in South Orange on Feb. 8, 2004. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Korpivaara made a pair of free throws with 11:20 left to give the Pirates a 45-44 lead, then added another pair of free throws and a 17-foot jumper to make it 51-46. The Pirates extended the lead to 58-50 when Shantel Brown made a 3-pointer and led by 10 when Monique Blake scored off her own miss. The Pirates, who outrebounded the Irish 32-14 in the second half, made 12 of 14 free throws during the final 1:50 to hold on for the victory. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Jadis Rhodin had 13 points and six rebounds for Seton Hall and Amber Harris and Brown had 12 points each. Harris also added 11 rebounds and the Pirates had 14 second-chance points compared to just five for the Irish. Tulyah Gaines led Notre Dame with 12 points, Crystal Erwin had 11 points, despite going 1-for-7 from the free throw line, and Charel Allen added 10 points.
Dungloe will be hoping Adrian Sweeney will continue his fine form when they welcome Killybegs to Rosses Park on Sunday.Dungloe welcome Killybegs to Rosses Park on Sunday afternoon, knowing they need a result to book their place in the last eight of the Donegal SFC. Tony Boyle’s side have enjoyed a good season so far, they won promotion back to Division One last month having gone the entire season unbeaten in the league.They defeated Termon in their opening Donegal SFC group game, but fell to defeat last weekend against local rival Gaoth Dobhair. It’s now left qualification from the group on a knife edge, and they welcome a Killybegs side who have found a new lease of life in the championship.Killybegs have endured a miserable league campaign, and have struggled all season in the bottom rung of Division Two.But they’ve rejuvenated themselves in the championship and are unbeaten after their opening two games.They earned a draw with Gaoth Dobhair in their opener and then last weekend a late spirited fight-back from Termon denied them a win. They’ll travel to Dungloe confident they can secure a win that would see them advance to the last eight.Killybegs didn’t win a single league game in Division One last year but that didn’t stop them reaching the Donegal SFC final last season.With home advantage and the star quality of Adrian Hanlon and Adrian Sweeney at their disposal, Tony Boyle will be confident his side has enough firepower to get the win they badly need.Killybegs have proved they’ve got fantastic championship pedigree and with Hugh McFadden, Christopher Murrin and Brendan McGuire in their ranks they’ll be confident of getting the win.VERDICT – DUNGLOE DONEGAL SFC PREVIEW: DUNGLOE AND KILLYBEGS FACE-OFF IN WINNER TAKES ALL CLASH was last modified: October 10th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Donegal SFCDonegal SFC PreviewdungloeGAAKillybegsnewsSport
DONEGAL supporters of Dana Rosemary Scallon in her bid to win the Presidency are in utter shock today – after she wept through the RTE Prime Time debate last night.In a shock development, she told Miriam O’Callaghan that allegations against her would be made in today’s newspapers.But nothing appeared in the first editions review on Vincent Browne’s TV show. And there was nothing on any website.In a strange intervention during the RTE debate, Dana said: “It has come to my attention that yet further allegations, this time of a most untrue, malicious and vile nature, have been levelled against a member of my family.”Reading from a prepared statement given to her by her spin-doctors – and shaking as she read it – she went on: “Let it be known that lawyers have already been instructed to forensically investigate a particular communication disseminating this vile and false accusation, which attempts to implicate me and destroy my good character.“We have now been advised that all possible lines of enquiry are being pursued with prosecution authorities in the United States. “May I assure the Irish people that I will leave no stone unturned to expose the malicious intent at the heart of these untrue allegations.”Presenter Miriam O’Callaghan challenged on the statement, saying she just couldn’t say that without elaborating on it, but Dana refused to do so.Last night one supporter of Dana in Donegal emailed us to say: “I’m voting for her and stand by her. Clearly the media has a problem with someone who stands up for Jesus.”BREAKING NEWS: SHOCK FOR DONEGAL SUPPORTERS AS DANA GOES INTO MELTDOWN was last modified: October 13th, 2011 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)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals For providers and consumers, Internet-based television promises expanded choices, lower costs and new services in the same way voice over the Internet Protocol has made phone calls less expensive and enabled features that were not possible with the traditional telephone network. The deal also opens up opportunities for Cisco’s Linksys home networking division. Its products could be made to work seamlessly with Scientific-Atlanta boxes to distribute television throughout the home and combine them with other Internet-protocol technologies, including phone service. “Today’s announcement represents much more than an exciting opportunity for Cisco,” said John Chambers, Cisco’s chief executive officer. “It literally completes a large part of our quadruple play as data, voice, video and mobility converge.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN JOSE – Betting that video will drive the future of networking, Cisco Systems Inc. agreed Friday to buy cable television technology company Scientific-Atlanta Inc. in a $6.9 billion deal that would create a one-stop shop for sending TV over the Internet. The acquisition is expected to help fuel the revolution in how TV is distributed and watched – a change that’s accelerating as telephone companies barge into the domain of cable operators and begin offering programming over fiber-optic networks using the language of the Internet. It also fits Cisco’s strategy of expanding into technologies that are moving away from their own networks to the standards-based Internet – a shift that creates an opportunity to increase revenue with new business and enhance sales its traditional routers and switches that direct data over the Internet. “Over the next two or three years, we are going to see a dramatic change in the landscape, where video-over-broadband infrastructure becomes the centerpiece of investments that service providers make and the expectations that consumers have,” said Mike Volpi, a Cisco senior vice president.
Live Stats at Western Illinois 9/24/2017 – 1 p.m. Drake (6-3-1) recorded its fourth shutout of the season as Omaha (2-6-1) failed to score in its fifth match of the year. The Bulldogs avenged a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the Mavericks in 2015, and now holds a slight advantage at 3-2 in the all-time series. Rodgers has scored a team-leading four goals this season, and 31 in her decorated career. She needs just one more goal to equal the all-time mark held by Andrea Schmitz (2002-05), who had 32 goals in her outstanding career. ESPN3 Full Schedule Roster Watch Live Preview Next Game: Drake senior goalkeeper Haley Morris (Clive, Iowa) tallied eight saves. The Bulldogs’ backline of Linda Fiorito (Overland Park, Kan.), Elaine Gorom (O’Fallon, Ill.), Kasey Hurt (Ankeny, Iowa) and Smith played great defense along with Morris as they each played the entire match on a warm, muggy night at Cownie. Omaha garnered just three shots in the second half. Rodgers’ goal came in the 16th minute (16:43) off a header that she slipped past the Omaha keeper, Erin Bunker. Senior Ali Smith (Lenexa, Kan.) sent a long pass from near midfield that Rodgers went vertical for and got her head on the ball. Rodgers has scored one goal in three of the past four matches for Drake, which is 3-0-1 during that span. “We have always enjoyed our Kick Cancer game,” said Drake head coach Lindsey Horner. “When you’re competing at a high-level it easy to take things like your health for granted. Tonight, is important to raise awareness, but this event also serves as a reminder that it’s a privilege to play collegiately.” DES MOINES, Iowa – Redshirt senior Rebecca Rodgers (Peotone, Ill.) and freshman Hannah Bormann (Amana, Iowa) scored goals for the Drake University women’s soccer team in a 2-0 shutout over Omaha on Wednesday night at the Cownie Soccer Complex in the program’s annual “Kick Cancer” game. Bormann’s second career goal, sealed it for the Bulldogs, as it came in the 83rd minute (83:46). Senior Rachel Wanninger (Johnston, Iowa) had her shot blocked by Bunker deep in the box, but Wanninger gathered the ball and sent a pass to an unmarked Bormann at the top of the box, who calmly blasted it in the back of the net far post. Bormann is coming off being named the Missouri Valley Conference Newcomer of the Week for the first time on Monday. “We actually scored our first goal against the run of play,” Horner said. “We have let some of our standards slip a bit and in doing so let Omaha stay in the game. In the second half, we worked like we were playing against a league opponent, put in hard tackles and made the game easier for our back five that were once again phenomenal tonight. If we keep the standard of the second half and become a bit more clinical in the box I think we can be a really exciting team to watch.” Following Wednesday’s game, Drake visits Western Illinois on Sept. 24 for a 1 p.m. matinee contest. This week is the final non-conference action for the Bulldogs who will start MVC play at home against league newcomer Valparaiso on Sept. 30. Print Friendly Version
NorthFit are offering local businesses the opportunity to engage in employee well-being by participating in a whole host of ‘fun’ fitness activities at a forthcoming ‘Corporate Challenge’ event next month. Annette Houston founder of NorthFit who are a leading Health|Wellness|Fitness provider based in Donegal see’s this event as way to ‘encourage Physical Fitness in the workplace.She told Donegal Daily, “We fully believe that employers who promote activity, wellness and nutrition will notice a more positive and productive workforce, fewer sick days, lowered stress levels and greater employee engagement. Absenteeism costs businesses 1.5billion annually, as employees level of productivity can drop due to a lack of motivation, and dis-engagement between employees and management.The NorthFit ‘Fun Day’ event offers businesses the chance to take part in activities and challenges that they can also use as team building exercises to help improve and strengthen their focus on employee wellness.The event has been organised by NorthFit who stress they want to implement the ‘fun’ in fitness.Packie Mailey of NorthFit told Donegal Daily ‘We know some individuals can be intimidated or lack confidence to kick-start their journey to a healthier lifestyle so we see this as an ideal way to encourage people to get active again by participating in a series of fun physical and mentally stimulating challenges. “This event will also challenge those who regularly participate in exercise.‘We are delighted so far with the response from local businesses, some are really keen on using the event as a team building exercise, while others have expressed their interest in it as a great way to improve their fitness and have a good laugh at the same time.It’s great to see that businesses in the Letterkenny place such importance on staff health!’If your business is up for the CHALLENGE and would like to participate in the event on the 4th of October in Letterkenny please Contact Annie Houston – 086-8329336 or Packie Mailey 086-4039064.Website – http://north-fit.com/Twitter – https://www.facebook.com/Northfit1Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Northfit1 NORTHFIT OFFERS LOCAL BUSINNESSES OPPORTUNITY TO ENGAGE IN EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING AT CORPORATE FITNESS FUN-DAY EVENT was last modified: September 11th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:CorporateFeaturesFitness Fun-daynewsNorthFitSport